Monkeypox Vax Maker Bavarian Nordic Is Owned by Pro-Depopulation World Economic Forum-Linked Money Managers

WEF contributor wants the world “population that there was 500 years ago.”

  • Monkeypox vaccine manufacturer Bavarian Nordic just closed a deal with the U.S. for an additional 2.5 million doses of its smallpox/monkeypox vaccine “Jynneos” as an undisclosed European country also ordered an additional 1.5 million doses.
  • Bavarian Nordic president and CEO Paul Chaplin praised the buying governments for their “thinking beyond the current situation and building stockpiles to secure future preparedness.”
  • The vaccine maker is owned by American investment management company Invesco, a company officially partnered with the Great Reset-promoting World Economic Forum (WEF), according to the WEF’s website.
  • Invesco CEO Martin L. Flanagan was a participant at the WEF 2022 Annual Meeting, as well as the Forum’s 2019 and 2020 meetings.
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  • A now-deleted page on the WEF website titled “Biological weapons, countering the threat” outlines how Bavarian Nordic participated as a Dec 8, 2011 WEF meeting panelist who “shared perspectives on a number of key approaches to dealing with bio-weapons threats including surveillance and detection, prophylactic vaccines, therapeutics and biorisk management, including awareness–raising of dual-use risks and the potential for international biorisk management standards to enhance the existing confidence building measures associated with the Convention.” Here is an archived version of the WEF publication.
  • Primatologist and WEF “agenda contributor” Jane Goodall in Jan 2020 told the Forum she believes that the world would be better off if over 90% of the human population did not exist. “We cannot hide away from human population growth,” Goodall claimed. “All these things we talk about wouldn’t be a problem if there was the size of population that there was 500 years ago.”
  • Another WEF publication says “Fewer people are good for the climate.”
  • Bill Gates, whose Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is also officially partnered with the World Economic Forum, is often criticized for a TedTalk during which he claimed that “vaccines” can be used to “lower” the world population by “10 or 15 percent.”
  • “First, we’ve got population,” Gates said during the TedTalk. “The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent. But there, we see an increase of about 1.3.”
  • Gates says, for example, that “population growth in Africa is a challenge” to be overcome, in another WEF publication.
  • It was reported Tuesday that Bavarian Nordic’s shares “ended the last trading session 7.1% higher at $11.52. The jump came on an impressive volume with a higher-than-average number of shares changing hands in the session. This compares to the stock’s 7.9% gain over the past four weeks.”