I had to listen to this clip of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization since 2017, a few times to make sure I heard what I thought I heard.

After that, I could have sworn that he said, “some countries are using to give boosters to kill children,’ but to be certain, I uploaded the file into some transcribing software, and it came back as Tedros saying precisely that.

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“With elderly groups, senior citizens, especially above 65 and above 60. So if it’s going to be used, it’s better to focus on those groups who have risk of severe diseases and death, rather than as we see some countries are using to give boosters to kill children, which is not right, then the equity issue comes here. Instead of boosting a child in high-income countries, it’s better to vaccinate the elderly in countries who have the elders who are who have not been vaccinated, even the primary vaccines. So the equity issue should also come into play.” – Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization

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Sure did sound like that’s what he said, right?

Based on the comments I’ve seen surrounding this clip, I’m not alone.

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Here are just a few of them…

“That’s what I heard too.”

“That’s exactly what he said. When will this ever end?”

“Wow, that’s clear as day.”

“At least he said, killing children is not right. C’mon give him some credit.”

“Nope, he said it. I’m thinking cold feet. He got a conscience suddenly. Bossman won’t like this. Keep an eye on him…he may get the Rona and die.”

“In other words, he’s saying KILL THE OLD, NOT THE YOUNG!!!”

“The only other explanation could be that he was going to say “kids” and then decided to say “children,” but it sure sounds like he said “kill.”

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