New documentary says, WHO is planning to keep the pandemic going for 10 years, pushing new diseases if necessary

This is according to Marion Koopmans, a Dutch virologist who worked with the WHO. She admitted during an interview that the organization has a 10-year plan to deal with the current Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and an expected second pandemic.

, New documentary says, WHO is planning to keep the pandemic going for 10 years, pushing new diseases if necessary

The globalists in the World Health Organization (WHO) are preparing to unleash the next infectious disease to keep the world under control until at least 2030.

This is according to Marion Koopmans, a Dutch virologist who works with the WHO. She admitted during an interview that the organization has a 10-year plan to deal with the current Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and an expected second pandemic.

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“This has been in the WHO’s 10-year plan for some time,” said Koopmans. “That plan says that there will be a major infectious disease crisis.”

“Why does the WHO have a 10-year plan announcing 10 years of pandemics? How can they know?” asked David Sorensen in a video detailing evidence that the WHO plans to keep the pandemic going until 2030.

For context, Koopmans is a former member of the WHO’s first team to go to China to investigate the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic. She was removed from the group following reports revealing her extensive ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

Independent news site the National Pulse exposed Koopmans’ role on a scientific advisory board for the Centers for Disease Control of Guangdong, China.

Marion Koopmans. (Photo internet reproduction)
Marion Koopmans. (Photo internet reproduction)

“She has advised on the building of the laboratory capacity for emerging infectious disease detection in this region, and has ongoing research collaborations trying to unravel emergence and spread of viruses through the animal production chain in this region,” read a summary of her work with the Chinese-run body.