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All hands on deck to #StopTheWHO
The people united will never be defeated
Shabnam Palesa Mohamed with BWC speakers Menzi Maseko, Megha Verma and Rain Trozzi, and other wonderful attendees at the Better Way Conference last week.
Because of my unwavering faith in the human spirit and our desire for freedom, I predicted months ago, that the #StopTheWHO campaign co-created by World Council for Health, a coalition of brilliant partners from Australia to Zimbabwe, would grow exponentially into a global, robust and creative health freedom movement.
And it has. We all showed this at the World Health Assembly #75 by pushing back against amendments to the International Health Regulations. Find out what the beautiful continent of Africa and other countries did, in my recent article:
I am truly honored to be one of the frontliners in this key mission, but I am more proud, that I am and we are, certainly not alone. You will find important campaign resources on the WCH website, and updates on James Roguski’s informative Substack.
TIP: Make time to watch an excellent and practical WHO Spotlight presentation by my dear friend and colleague Dr Astrid Stuckelberger at the Better Way Conference last week. Just remember, the WHO is just one part of the monopoly architecture.
Yesterday, I participated in a powerful press conference as a member of the International Alliance for Justice and Democracy (IAJD) that convened the powerful event in Geneva and online.
Along with my esteemed colleagues, we presented a clear analysis of the failings of the WHO, and why the world needs new pathways to health and wellness, that respect autonomy, sovereignty and freedom. Here's the full rundown.
*You may also see an important pandemic cycle analysis by IHR expert Dr Silvia Behrendt, who recently presented at the World Council for Health general assembly.
PRESS CONFERENCE: Democracy under threat. Challenging the WHO'S centralization of power over health
Mary Holland - 6:07
Phillip Kruse - 13:35
Shabnam Palesa Mohamed - 26:31
Dipali Ojha - 48:18
Diane Protat - 57:31
Dr. Georg Prchlick - 1:08:39
Leslie Manookian - 1:26:56
John Titus - 1:33:34
Philipp Kruse, Catherine Austin Fitts Closing Remarks - 1:46:14
You can also watch WHO expert Dr Astrid Stuckelberger, who I referenced in my presentation yesterday, on a show by CHD TV’s irrepressible Polly Tommy
And here is my friend and ally, indomitable activist, researcher and author James Roguski, also on a recent CHD TV show with Polly Tommy.
This is his latest important update:
This #StopTheWHO campaign is a global whirlwind of strategic and inspired activities. Many of us dedicate time, skills, and energy to defending and uplifting our basic and inalienable human rights. It is a human calling.
We clearly recognize the roots of what we have faced the last two years, and before. We are determined to learn the lessons, fast, and move forward into a better way for the better world. If not us, then who? If not now, then when?
I want to thank everyone who puts a shoulder to the wheel and volunteers to get involved for health freedom. If you can help, please comment below with ideas, or email Shabnam@thewc4h.org
Tess Lawrie, Gilberta St Rose and Shabnam Palesa Mohamed at the inaugural Better Way Conference 2022
If you're in Africa and want a trusted civil society country representative to join the African Sovereignty Coalition with South Africa, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Kenya, email Transformative Health Justice: Info@THJ-Africa.org.za
Shabnam Palesa Mohamed with Menzi Ras Maseko and Pearl Kgomotso Kupe at BWC
As I often say, and mean, the power of the people is greater than people in power. They know this. We know this too. We stopped the WHO and Big Pharma. And we will continue to push back as we co-create the better way for us, our children, and generations to arrive.
NB: You can find more of my work on independent and uncensored health science platform www.trialsitenews.com - search my name, or publish your own content, at no cost. My Telegram Channel is: t.me/SPMmedia. Twitter: @ShabnamPalesaMo
Until Freedom, and Beyond. Love and Solidarity. Shabnam Palesa Mohamed.