Will take prece­dence over national consti­tu­tions: WHO estab­lishes global agree­ment on „pandemic preparedness“!

WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (left) at a WHO conference. | Image flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

As much as the end of corona rest­ric­tions in many count­ries is to be welcomed, one should not be deceived by the fact that in the back­ground, cons­truc­tion conti­nues on a global rebuild along the lines of the „Great Reset.“ And it’s going full speed ahead.

Threa­tening agree­ment for „pandemic prevention“

For the now obvious failure of the Covid measures, toge­ther with the back­pe­da­ling and the backing down of poli­tics and the media, was obviously part of the plan. WHO is now using this general distrac­tion to get member states to sign a new „global pandemic prepared­ness“ agree­ment that basi­cally gives WHO power in all medical and climatic emergencies!

„[…] a conven­tion, agree­ment or other inter­na­tional instru­ment under the Consti­tu­tion of the World Health Orga­niza­tion to streng­then pandemic preven­tion, prepared­ness and response. […]“

The new treaty, pledged in December 2021, expands on an original 2005 treaty and, if adopted by member states, means that the WHO Consti­tu­tion (under Article 9) will take prece­dence over indi­vi­dual count­ries‘ consti­tu­tions in the event of natural disas­ters or pande­mics. For this, in Europe, the main aim is to get the EU to imple­ment it in the member states.

WHO will in future dictate, not recommend

In other words, the WHO will dictate in the future, not just recommend.

On the WHO side, an inter­go­vern­mental nego­tia­ting body has now already been consti­tuted, which will hold its first meeting on March 1, 2022 („to agree on working methods and time­lines“) and its second on August 1, 2022 (to discuss „progress on a working draft“). It will then present a progress report to the 76th World Health Assembly in 2023, with the goal of adop­ting the „instru­ment“ by 2024.

The instru­ment is intended to:

- ensure stronger, sustained and long-term poli­tical commit­ment at the level of global leaders

- Define clear processes and tasks

- Improve long-term public and private sector support at all levels

- Ensure promo­tion of the inte­gra­tion of health issues into all rele­vant policies

Dr. Astrid Stuckel­berger, a Swiss scien­tist who has worked for WHO for 20 years, warns that this is precisely the case. She believes that every country should send a public letter of protest to WHO, stating that it is unac­cep­table for the signa­ture of a country’s health minister to decide the fate of millions of people without a referendum.

Dr. Stuckel­berger informed that so far only Russia has sent such a letter of objection.

Finally, the joint state­ment on the Covi 19 pandemic by leaders from around the world, toge­ther with the Presi­dent of the Euro­pean Council, Charles Michel, and the Director General of the World Health Orga­niza­tion, Dr. Tedros Adhanom, was quoted:

„There will be other pande­mics and other major public health emer­gen­cies. The ques­tion is not if, but when. Coll­ec­tively, we must be better prepared to predict, prevent, detect, assess, and respond effec­tively to pande­mics in a highly coor­di­nated manner. To that end, we believe nations should work toge­ther toward a new inter­na­tional treaty on pandemic prepared­ness and response.“

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