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FOI 2024 031 - Disease X


Information Requested:

As the globalists are planning yet another “pandemic” I feel it’s important to get the facts on this so-called “Disease X”. Please answer the following TRUTHFULLY to the best of your abilities: 


1. What is Disease X? Has it been identified and/or isolated? 


2. If it has not been identified and/or isolated, how can scientists from the U.K. HSA at Porton Down already be working on a “Disease X” vaccine? 


3. What are the symptoms of “Disease X”? 


4. As the reputation of midazolam has been tainted in the wake of “Midazolam” Matt Hancock’s covid-19 scandal, which drug is the NHS going to choose to mass murder as many “Disease X” patients as possible to maximise fear? 


5. Have the hospital nurses been rehearsing their tiktok routines to mock the wider public? 


6. Will the NHS again resort to coercion and fear campaigns to force the public to take an untested, experimental vaccine such as the covid-19 “vaccines”? 


7. Does the World Health Organisation have any jurisdiction over U.K. sovereignty? 


8. Was any member of the World Health Organisation elected to their role within that organisation by the people? 


Information provided for the answer:


Thank you for your request dated 10th February 2024. 

Disease X is a term to describe a hypothetical infectious condition that has the potential to cause an epidemic or even a global pandemic. As it is a hypothetical concept there are no symptoms that relate to this.   

Public Health Wales are unable to answer questions 2, 7 and 8 as we do not hold this information. 

For questions 7 and 8 you will need to contact the World Health Organisation (WHO). And for question 2 you will need to contact the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA). I have provided their contact details below for you: 

UK Health Security Agency  

UK Health Security Agency - GOV.UK ( 


World Health Organisation  

Contact us ( 


Part of your request for information (questions 4, 5 and 6) received on 10th February will not be processed. 

I have decided that I must regard this part of your request as vexatious within the meaning of Section 14[1] of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.  I am not obliged to respond to such requests and in accordance with Section 17 of the FOIA this letter acts as a refusal notice. 

Having considered this section of your request and taking full account of the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA), and the Information Commissioner’s guidance on dealing with such requests, I have made the decision to treat this as vexatious and so under Section 14(1) FOIA, your request for information is refused. Please note that any further requests of a similar nature will also be treated as vexatious and as permitted under the FOIA you will not receive any response. 

The reasons that I have decided that your request is vexatious refers to my assessment of the request and its impact. I am not in any way, by using this term suggesting that I regard you as vexatious or that I consider you were unreasonable to make the request.


If you are unhappy with the service you have received in relation to your request and wish to make a complaint or request a review of the decision, you should write to the Corporate Complaints Manager, Public Health Wales NHS Trust, 3, Number 2, Capital Quarter, Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF10 4BZ.

If you are not content with the outcome of your complaint or review, you may apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision. Generally, the ICO cannot make a decision unless you have exhausted the complaints procedure provided by the Trust. The Information Commissioner can be contacted at:

Information Commissioner for Wales
2nd Floor
Churchill House
Churchill Way
CF10 2HH

Telephone: 029 2067 8400