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Tedros mentions growing resistance to WHO's power grab, at a media briefing 17 May 2022
Says nothing about IHR Amendments this May, but raises new #PandemicAccord
If you are one of millions of learning about and standing against a power grab by the WHO, via amendments to International Health Regulations 2005, bravo. I am here to share: They know, and they are worried.
“Unfortunately, there has been a small minority of groups making misleading statements and purposefully distorting facts. I want to be crystal clear. WHO’s agenda is public, open and transparent.”
Firstly, minorities often (become majorities which) change the world. Second, the irony. He said this while it is still not public knowledge who World Health Assembly #75 international delegates are. And, while the WHA 75 agenda is still unknown by a majority of the world's people.
“WHO stands strongly for individual rights. We passionately support everyone’s right to health and we will do everything we can to ensure that that right is realized.”
The WHO stands strongly for Big Pharma and friends, and actively supports forced injections over safe, effective and affordable Repurposed Medicines.
Thankfully, this is now on public record:
“WHO is an expression of Member States' own sovereignty, and WHO is entirely what the sovereign 194 Member States want WHO to be.”
Given the fact that the WHO’s C19 recommendations overwhelmingly failed, 194 Member States have to rethink what the people want. After the last 2 years, what the people of the world want is for the WHO to be part of a painful but past history.
“WHO’s job is to support countries – our Member States – as they negotiate and agree on an accord to commit to protecting future generations from pandemics. Our mandate is 100% determined by Member States and what they agree.”
First of all, support is coming from the country budgets, to prop up the WHO. Money better spent on our health systems. Second, Tedros just threw WHA delegates under the proverbial bus. He is blaming them for what is about to happen. Let's hope they know. Third, if the WHO mandate depends on members states, the people must have a say on which national delegate makes decisions, based on the public mandate.
Here is the rest of what Tedros said. https://www.who.int/director-general/speeches/detail/who-director-general-s-opening-remarks-at-the-covid-19-media-briefing--17-may-2022
Selective information sharing points to clear takeover intent
You will notice that nowhere in his part the media briefing shared on the WHO website does Tedros talk about the amendments to 13 articles of the International Health Regulations this May, at the World Health Assembly in Geneva. From what I heard, no journalist asked him. Or did they?
Nowhere does he explain why the WHO Director-General wants unilateral power to declare public health emergencies of international concern. Or, a myriad of other proposed amendments that weaken national sovereignty and personal autonomy.
Nowhere does he mention a public participation process on the IHR move. Because there is no PPP. This despite the IHR amendments (proposed by the US Department of Health and Human Services) being shared with member states by 20th January. Four months ago.
Instead, Tedros sells the idea of the (new) pandemic treaty (that is being engineered simultaneously as the IHR amendments), and which the WHO and its funders intend to finalise in 2024. Take notice however, that the terminology he uses has changed again - from new treaty to new ACCORD. Watch this hashtag: #PandemicAccord.
The point dear reader and fellow changemaker, is that they know. Our voices are so loud, clear and confident, that the WHO, and its owners, know. In a previous #StopTheWHO campaign against the treaty, the World Council for Health reached 415 million people in 7 days. That is a testament to the power of the people. I have no doubt that the IHR Amendments and new #PandemicAccord will lead to member nations withdrawing from the WHO. Sovereign people will ensure that national representatives listen.
Sovereign people are taking a stand from South to North
In March, after a strategic conversation, South African parliamentarian Rev. Kenneth Moshoe (ACDP) sent me a video of him robustly opposing the (new) #PandemicAccord in parliament, and endorsing the open letter to #StopTheTreaty by the World Council for Health. You will see and hear assurance by DIRCO minister, Naledi Pandor, that no treaty will be adopted without public participation and parliament debate. Here is evidence for the record. There has been no debate or discussion since. Neither has there been any debate or discussion on May’s amendments to the IHR. I spoke to Moeshoe again yesterday, and reminded him about Pandor’s promise, and that Precious Matsoso, INB representative to the WHO, does not have a mandate from the people of our country.
Also yesterday, Dr Tess Lawrie and I were both invited to speak at a Canadian event with over 20 other experts in science, law, human rights, journalism and economics. While Tess’ role was to introduce the audience to the tireless work of the World Council for Health (WCH), and to invite people to join the Better Way Conference this weekend, in the UK and online; my role was to speak about the global #StopTheWHO campaign and specifically the #StopTheIHR goal .Our contributions were warmly received by the host and participants, and we look forward to Canada rising for truth, justice and freedom.
Special shoutout to The Highwire for broadcasting the event. Watch out for the replay on www.thehighwire.com. Here are some of the trailblazers who joined the conversation: Dr. Peter McCullough, Geert Van den Bossche, Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Tess Lawrie, Shabnam Palesa Mohamed, Dr. Pierre Kory, Dr. Paul Alexander, Dr. David Wiseman, Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Thomas Renz, Dr. David Martin, Dr. Ryan Cole, Dr. Jessica Rose, Edward Dowd, Peter Breggin, Deborah Conrad, Vera Sharav, and co-host Bri Dressen.
Similarly, in meetings with the WCH’s Law and Activism Committee, and Children’s Health Defense, I and other colleagues have been advocating for our US allies to ensure the IHR amendments do not pass, whether now in May, or anytime before the November final deadline - by taking the matter to Senate, to court, to rallies, online, everywhere. I have no doubt that the American people will stand shoulder to shoulder with the rest of the world, as equals in health, justice and freedom, to not only #StopTheWHO but to co-create #TheBetterWay together.
Here is one of the latest great contributions to the cause by my friend and our ally, activist, researcher and author James Roguski.
Here is an article by former WHO consultant and IHR expert, Dr Sylvia Behrendt.
Here is a petition for UK residents to sign. It’s just passed 100 000 signatures, which means it must be debated in Parliament: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/614335
I hope you join the Better Way Conference this weekend for an exceptional 3 day programme, including a spotlight on WHO. If not us, then who - if not now, then when?
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