I always think we do a really good job, when no one knows what we’re doing.
Theresa Tam (1)
March 31, 2020
-Updated May 25, 2020-
Theresa Tam has been working with the World Health Organization (WHO) since at least 2003, during the SARS outbreak (2). Tam was an advisor for WHO at around the time the virus that causes Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) traveled through the Catholic Church’s Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands to Canada’s only biosafety level 4 (BSL4) lab. The sample had come from an infected person in Saudi Arabia (3).
Shortly after the virus arrived in Canada, at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, WHO announced that Tam was on their MERS emergency advisory committee, consisting of 15 people, including Dr. Ziad Memish, the Minister of Health in Saudi Arabia and Dr. Martin Cetron, head of global migration and quarantine at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (4). It appears that Theresa Tam is one of the people who represents those who make the decisions as far as how viruses and other dangerous pathogens are moved around the world.
Does this make Theresa Tam a puppet or master? How is it possible to not follow WHO recommendations, when you’re the one making them? She is on powerful committees!
It is also interesting to note that Erasmus is home to Ron Fouchier, the man who went out of his way to create a deadly H5N1 virus by genetically altering it to become much more contagious and transmissible through the air. Is it possible that he gave MERS a similar treatment as it passed though his lab on its way to Canada (5)(42)?
A virus with the potential to kill up to half the world’s population has been made in a lab. Now academics and bioterrorism experts are arguing over whether to publish the recipe, and whether the research should have been done in the first place.
After Denmark passed a law that allows for the government to force people to take a vaccine for coronavirus (6), people have been worried if this kind of thing can be implemented elsewhere (7). But do “anti-vaxxers” actually reject science, or is the problem that they just don’t trust governments (43)?
Vaccine skeptics do not reject science per se, but rather challenge the trustworthiness of scientific governance — how research is prioritized and funded, how trials are designed and evidence collected and analyzed, which studies get published, and how scientific evidence is used to inform policy decisions. The critics charge scientific institutions with bias — say, having financial interests that work against the public interest.
Dr. Tam has convened public health leaders and parents to collaborate on the effort to shut down any hint of anti-vaccine thought. Governments, including Canada and the U.S. are also working with social media companies to remove vaccine misinformation and promote scientific literacy. She wants to make sure that people are not allowed to publicly say anything against vaccinations, and establish them as just a normal part of life, no questions asked (8):
Public education must establish the status of vaccination as a social norm, ensuring that public discourse is not dominated by vaccine opponents.
Chief Public Health Officer of Canada Dr. Theresa Tam
To make matters worse, it seems unlikely that a vaccine is even possible for SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19. That is, unless they create something and just call it the vaccine and inject us with God knows what. A recent study, which has not been peer-reviewed, concluded (46):
The observation in this study raised the alarm that SARS-CoV-2 mutation with varied epitope profile could arise at any time, which means current vaccine development against SARS-CoV-2 is at great risk of becoming futile.
In fact, there has never been an effective vaccine developed for a coronavirus (47)(49). Then there’s also the issue of “immune or vaccine enhancement,” a phenomenon that occurs when a vaccine is worse than the disease it is meant to prevent (51)(44)(45).
Most experts assume that ultimately, the world will need several vaccines and perhaps a mix of different vaccine technologies. Canadian researchers in several provinces are among the scientists around the world putting in extra hours to develop a new coronavirus vaccine.
What about other infectious diseases? We can assume that something like the World Economic Forum’s COVID Action Platform might ensure that everyone on the planet could be forcibly vaccinated for anything (14)! If that were the case, we can be sure that Dr. Theresa Tam would do whatever she can to shut down any voices that dare say anything against being stuck with whatever they want to inject into our bodies. After all, pandemics and misinformation don’t stand a chance against Theresa Tam, who leads the charge against vaccination skeptics (15)!
It is clear from her background, summarized below, that Theresa Tam works with the world’s most powerful globalist entities that have tremendous say in how the world deals with disease and immunization. This power enables them to have a grip on the entire planet, and to decide which measures are put into place to control the behaviour of people in any event they choose to cause a panic over. With COVID-19, we have a perfect example of how the decisions of this small group of people can lead to global hysteria and unprecedented societal changes.
Dr. Theresa Tam’s Background
Tam is part of the Independent Oversight and Advisory Committee for the WHO Health Emergencies Programme (16). Other members of that committee are representatives from the UK, South Africa, Japan, Lebanon, USAID (United States Agency for International Development), and UNICEF:
Tam became Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer on an interim basis when Dr. Gregory Taylor retired in December 2016, and was formally appointed by Canadian Minister of Health Jane Philpott in 2017 (17)(18)(19)(20). She is part of the team that makes up Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), which includes Minister of Health Patty Hajdu and President Tina Namiesniowski (21)(22)(23).
Tam has served on three WHO emergency committees: Ebola, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), and Poliovirus (24). Emergency committees are convened under the International Health Regulations (IHR) to decide whether disease outbreaks constitute “public health emergencies of international concern” and what measures should be taken to deal with them. The IHR plays a coordinating role in ensuring “global health security” through agreements between all 196 member countries (25). This makes them extremely powerful (26). And considering the shady dealings surrounding WHO, this can only mean bad news (27).
Canada has had members on all six of the emergency committees established since the IHR came into force in 2007 (28)(29). The WHO emergency committees on which she has served has to make the tough decisions about whether a disease outbreak is an emergency, following a “systematic and rigorous” process. In the case of MERS, the committee decided it wasn’t an emergency, but with Ebola, the committee decided it was. These are the people who choose to announce whether something is an epidemic or pandemic, as we’ve seen them do with COVID-19 (30).
Tam played a leadership role in the development of the first published Canadian pandemic influenza document and helped to write the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act (2009), a comprehensive regulatory regime that addresses the risks associated with all uses of pathogens and toxins in Canada (31)(32)(33). Tony Clement introduced the bill (34). Dr. Tam also works with Jean-Francois Duperre, Director of Emergency Planning (35).
In 2010, Tam was featured in a movie called Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague (36)(37). She seemed to know exactly what to do during an outbreak of disease back in 2010, which is strange considering she didn’t know to contain SARS-CoV-2 in 2020!
Tam was part of the US Mission Geneva, an event designed with little else in mind other than the idea that the world needs more vaccines, more often:
Dr. Tam is also on the Advisory Board of IPPH (39). The mandate of the Institute of Population and Public Health (IPPH) is to support research into the complex biological, social, cultural and environmental interactions that determine the health of individuals, communities and global populations; and to apply knowledge to improve the health of individuals and populations through strategic partnerships with population and public health stakeholders and innovative research funding programs. IPPH’s mission aims to improve the health of populations and promote health equity in Canada and globally through research and its application to policies, programs, and practice in public health and other sectors (40).
It is clear that Dr. Theresa Tam seems qualified for the leadership role that she now possesses as Canada’s top doctor. Or is she? It has been difficult to find very much about her background at all (48). And who is really pulling the strings? The questions remain: Is she as corrupt as the organizations she represents? Can we really trust anyone who answers to the World Health Organization and the United Nations (41)?