World Health Organization (WHO) Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus panicked when confronted by a journalist about the devastating consequences of the global lockdown policies his organization recommended for two years.
Ghebreyesus at first appeared friendly after Rebel News reporter Tamara Ugolini approached him during the WHO Summit 2022 in Berlin, Germany over the weekend to ask reasonable questions about WHO policy regarding lockdowns.
But all that changed once Ugolini asked him: “If you could do lockdowns again, would you do them?”
A masked Ghebreyesus just stared at her blankly as a staffer inserted herself between them to derail the questioning while he kept walking.
The WHO event, which runs from Oct. 16-18, will feature appearances by German Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron, Senegal President Macky Sall, and other high-ranking dignitaries.
From the WHO website:
For the first time, WHO is a co-organizer of the Summit, which will feature more than 300 speakers from all regions of the world. More than 40 WHO experts will be among the speakers, sharing their knowledge, views and vision during keynote sessions, panel debates, workshops, global health insights brainstorming sessions and side events.
WHS 2022 aims to strengthen exchange, stimulate innovative solutions to health challenges, position global health as a key political issue and promote a global health conversation in the spirit of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
This comes days after the WHO received public backlash over its so-called Pandemic Accord, which would encroach on the sovereignty of nations around the world under the guise of establishing an international framework to tackle future pandemics.
Many data points around the world revealed the lockdowns had devastating economic, cultural, and health consequences on the world, including massive learning deficits in children and record-high inflation as the result of excessive money-printing policies.
Though the WHO website claims to welcome the press for questions, Ugolini claimed the organization rejected Rebel News’ request for press credentials.
Rebel News will be on the ground covering the 2-day globalist event: