“We are one world, we have one health, we are one WHO.” – Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WHO, on the topic of the Global Pandemic Treaty
Everyone is talking about how on May 22, the World Health Assembly, the governing body of the World Health Organization, will meet in Geneva, Switzerland, to map out their pandemic treaty with the goal of solidifying their global power monopoly under the guise of “health & safety.”
But before we get into all of that, the Group of Seven (G7) wealthy democracies announced plans Friday (today) to “strengthen epidemiological early-warning systems to detect infectious diseases with pandemic potential.” They want to “increase compulsory contributions to WHO by 50% in the long term to ensure the U.N. agency can perform fulfill its global leadership role.”
Who will pay for that? We will. They are intent on bleeding us dry.
Then, Friday (today) it has been reported that the WHO is convening an emergency meeting to discuss the monkeypox outbreak. There is a good chance, we will be hearing more about monkeypox—along with a relentless and growing selection of disgusting illnesses to keep us in an ever-heightening state of anxiety, as we are entering another phase of of severe psychological warfare or “menticide.”
It’s interesting that the smallpox vaccine is said to be effective against the disease. Monkeypox has a mortality rate of 1% to 11%, experts say. And with all of this will come the inevitable tests.
Back to the Global Pandemic Treaty.
It’s important to understand that as NPR explained: The global response to the crisis is led by an underfunded World Health Organization that has no power to force any nation to do anything.
I don’t know about the “underfunded” part, but it’s true that the WHO does not yet have the power it seeks. The purpose of this meeting, and perhaps subsequent ones, is to convince the 194 member nations, with Biden leading the charge, to give up their sovereignty if and when the WHO determines there is a national or global health crisis.
As NPR continues:
The idea behind this upcoming session of the World Health Assembly, Tedros says, is to start sketching out a new world order to handle future health crises.
“We don’t have rules of the game,” Tedros says of the current situation. “To manage shared problems, like pandemics, you need laws and rules that bring obligations to countries. That’s what we miss. And I hope countries will agree to a binding pact so that pandemics can be managed better.”
According to the WHO this treaty needs to be signed and implemented by 2024. Hmm, just in time for presidential elections.
Nations who sign on to the treaty will be saying they give full support to the world’s health czar, Bill Gates, when he said in February of 2022:
“If every country does what Australia did the world could prevent the next pandemic.”
We know what Australia did. We watched in horror as they turned their country into a fascist state, imposed martial law and imprisoned their people in the name of “health & safety.” All the horrible mask mandates, lockdowns, and drugging of the population—none of which worked—will become law.
On Jan. 24, 2022, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WHO, explained the treaty was a “priority” to “urgently strengthen WHO as the leading and directing authority on global health, at the center of the global health architecture.”
“We all want a world in which science triumphs over misinformation; solidarity triumphs over division; and equity is a reality, not an aspiration,” he added.
He concluded, “We are one world, we have one health, we are one WHO.”
In a May 18 Forbes article, Bruce Y Lee describes how the world’s first response of Covid-19 was anything but united. It was chaotic, messy, disjointed.
Such inaction “allowed the virus to kill over 6.27 million people and counting, leave potentially millions upon millions more with long Covid, and cost society boatloads of money. That’s why the World Health Organization (WHO) will be discussing a possible Global Pandemic Treaty at the upcoming 75th World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, from May 22 to 28.”
The WHO already has an international health regulation that has been in place since 2005. But at this meeting, several amendments that were presented by the Biden administration a few months ago will be considered. These amendments have only been made public in mid-April.
In a nutshell, what are these amendments? Here are a couple of them, as explained by Daniel Horowitz for Blaze Media:
- The director-general of the WHO will have the power to declare a public health emergency in a country and unilaterally coerce its citizens to take certain actions. The proposed amendment deletes a critical sentence from Article 9 of the 2005 International Health Regulations: “WHO shall consult with and attempt to obtain verification from the State Party in whose territory the event is allegedly occurring…”
- If there was any doubt about the motivations of these amendments and the direction in which they want to take our sovereignty, look at the next proposed change:
There’s more to it than that, but this is enough to give the general idea and to assure us that we do not want this treaty to be signed.