Despite catastrophic public health failures during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the WHO has been negotiating for the new rules for dealing with pandemics with a target date of May 2024 for a legally binding agreement to be adopted by the United Nation's (UN) member countries. The new pact is a priority for WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who called it a "generational commitment that we will not go back to the old cycle of panic and neglect." The agency is considering 300 amendments to IHR 2005.
The WHO aims to implement changes to the IHR through confidential negotiations by the largely anonymous "Working Group on Amendments to the International Health Regulations." The IHR changes would grant Ghebreyesus the authority to control which countermeasures the world would be allowed to utilize during a pandemic.
"Among the proposed changes are the transfer of public health emergency powers from our elected leaders to the WHO, as well as the authority to declare an emergency at will and the removal of human rights protections that have always been included in the IHR. Giving the WHO these powers will inevitably result in more emergency declarations and a reoccurrence of the many failures witnessed during the WHO’s management of COVID-19," the CHD website said.
Peter Koenig, a geopolitical analyst and a former senior economist at the World Bank and WHO, wrote in a Global Research article that these tyrannical efforts were orchestrated by the government, Big Tech and Big Pharma and propagated by mainstream media.
Kennedy's CHD's campaign #TheGreatFreeset provides an opportunity to resist the centralization of power by international organizations like the WHO and the World Economic Forum's initiative known as the "Great Reset." It is a chance to disrupt the WHO's ongoing plans for global consolidation of power.
"The world we will leave our children depends on us pushing back on the WHO global governance agenda. We cannot overstate the importance of resisting this ultimate consolidation of power into a few sinister hands who do not have our health and best interests at heart," the campaign description read. (Related: The most dangerous international treaty ever proposed.)
The nonprofit activist group pointed out the critical issues in the IHR amendment proposal.
Under the proposal, all member countries should develop digital vaccine passports that would be used to restrict access and travel as the WHO sees fit. The proposal would allow the WHO director-general to declare an emergency at his will.
Suppression of free speech is also included in the proposal as surveillance of anything deemed as misinformation and disinformation would be required. There would be extreme lockdown measures, including the "quarantine of suspect travelers, preferably in facilities away from the point of entry," also known as "quarantine camps" that were seen during the COVID-19 pandemic in China and elsewhere.
Moreover, nations would be required to use certain medications while prohibiting the use of others during emergencies. It would also give WHO power to commandeer medical supplies in any country; transfer them to other countries; and evade laws on intellectual property.
Most importantly, CHD emphasized that the proposal would remove the existing IHR wording granting "full respect for the dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons." The WHO is also actively attempting to eliminate the provision "dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms."
The WHO is also working on the Pandemic Treaty, which is expected to be open for signatures during the 77th World Health Assembly in May 2024.
Watch the video below where Brannon Howse talks about the WHO amendments being proposed to steal America's sovereignty.
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