What are the Reasons that Pandemics Exist? Are Escalating in 2020? Will Come More Often?

What are the Reasons that Pandemics Exist? Are Escalating in 2020? Will Come More Often?

And knowing these reasons. what is stopping govts and world health leaders from acting to prevent them?

The biggest reason might be that their actions are tied to whether or not they get voted back in or not. People these days just don’t want to give up their ‘freedom’, their ‘lifestyle’ even if it kills them, literally. Thing they don’t seem to grasp though? It’s not just them they’re killing. It’s the whole planet.

If you say that, they tell you it’s all a hoax. And you’re gullible for believing it.

Here is the earth’s pandemic history:

…. reasons

7.8 Billion (2020) The current world population is 7.8 billion as of September 2020 according to the most recent United Nations estimates elaborated by Worldometer. The term “World Population” refers to the human population (the total number of humans currently living) of the world. worldometers%20of%20the%20world.)

Climate change affects the social and environmental determinants of health – clean air, safe drinking water, sufficient food and secure shelter. Between 2030 and 2050, climate change is expected to cause approximately 250 000 additional deaths per year, from malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea and heat stress WHO

There is solid scientific evidence that increasing temperatures can lead to increased transmission of disease, through direct action on infectious agents (e.g., malarial parasites develop in the mosquito more rapidly in higher temperatures), effects on vectors (e.g., greater geographic range and longer active season for mosquitoes, ticks, etc.), or changes in host behavior (e.g., shifts in migratory bird patterns). As noted by several researchers, climate change is partly responsible for the recent resurgence and re-emergence of some diseases, especially vector-borne diseases. Warmer temperatures and changes in rainfall have created ideal conditions for vectors and the pathogens to survive in some areas that were previously inhospitable to them. nih

A new virus strain or subtype that easily transmits between humans can cause a pandemic. Bacteria that become resistant to antibiotic treatment may also be behind the rapid spread. source

zoonotic – reducing large meat processing plants and company farms

….. pandemics in history

Scientists and medical researchers have for years have differed over the exact definition of a pandemic (is it a pandemic, or an epidemic), but one thing everyone agrees on is that the word describes the widespread occurrence of disease, in excess of what might normally be expected in a geographical region.

Cholera, bubonic plague, smallpox, and influenza are some of the most brutal killers in human history. And outbreaks of these diseases across international borders, are properly defined as pandemic, especially smallpox, which throughout history, has killed between 300-500 million people in its 12,000 year existence.


Death Toll: 5 million
Cause: Unknown


Death Toll: 25 million
Cause: Bubonic Plague


THE BLACK DEATH (1346-1353)
Death Toll: 75 – 200 million
Cause: Bubonic Plague


Death Toll: 1 million
Cause: Cholera


FLU PANDEMIC (1889-1890)
Death Toll: 1 million
Cause: Influenza


Death Toll: 800,000+
Cause: Cholera


Death Toll: 20 -50 million
Cause: Influenza
1918 public health campaigns promoted masks in public/crowds and paper tissues for coughing, sneezing hygiene

When influenza appeared in the United States in 1918, Americans responded to the incursion of disease with measures used since Antiquity, such as quarantines and social distancing. During the pandemic’s zenith, many cities shut down essential services. 1918

The most effective efforts had simultaneously closed schools, churches, and theaters, and banned public gatherings. 1918


ASIAN FLU (1956-1958)
Death Toll: 2 million
Cause: Influenza


Death Toll: 1 million
Cause: Influenza


Death Toll: 36 million


….2020 – WHO

Ebola virus – Democratic Republic of the Congo
3 September
Circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2 – Sudan
1 September
Yellow fever – French Guiana, France
1 August
Plague – Democratic Republic of the Congo
23 July
Influenza A(H1N2) variant virus – Brazil
9 July

…..SARS, SARS Cov2

World Health Organization (WHO), a total of 8,098 people worldwide became sick with SARS during the 2003 outbreak. Of these, 774 died. SARS 2003

As of September 1, Johns Hopkins University reported nearly 26 million people had been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus and nearly 853 thousand people had died because of it. 2020

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