In a world increasingly dominated by global governance, the World Health Organization (WHO) has proposed a new international ‘pandemic‘ treaty. As observed by Dr. David Bell, Ph.D., and executive committee member of PANDA Science Sense Society, this treaty and its proposed amendments to the WHO’s International Health Regulations (IHR) are far more than health measures.
They threaten the very fabric of our democracies and our cherished ways of life.
The COVID-19 event revealed that it was about more than just public health.
The political, economic, and societal aspects of the response are of far greater significance than the virus itself. The push for transformation threatens our democracy and our existing ways of life.
Centralizing Power with the WHO: A Dangerous Game
Both the WHO’s ‘pandemic‘ treaty and the IHR amendments are instrumental in this transformation. They aim to centralize power over nations within the hands of the WHO, an organization that is no longer what it used to be.
Private interests now wield immense power over the WHO.
Bill Gates, through the donations from the Gates Foundation and other organizations like GAVI the Vaccine Alliance, has become the organization’s largest funder.
A significant portion of this funding is “specified” or earmarked for specific programs. This dynamic significantly influences the WHO’s operations, turning it into an organization that dances to the tune of its funders.
The WHO: A Puppet of Private Interests?
Bell notes, “The WHO is very much an organization that does whatever its funders tell it to do.” Gates, for instance, never seems to fund anything that he can’t profit from at the backend. He promotes genetically engineered (GE) crops in Africa, invests in the supplying companies, and funds vaccination campaigns for the very vaccines he has invested in.
This is not about charity or doing good for the world.
Gates merely creates markets for his investments.
The COVID lockdown strategy did not originate from the WHO itself but from an outside source. This became evident when the ‘pandemic‘ guidelines, which originally called for isolating infected patients only for 7 to 10 days, were completely overhauled.
The world, both sick and healthy, was instructed to self-isolate for weeks and months at a time.
As a result, several of the WHO’s supposed goals for global health and well-being, especially for children, suffered dramatic setbacks.
The Vaccination Narrative: A Smokescreen for a More Sinister Agenda
Bell also highlights the irrational vaccination narrative: “With a fast-moving ‘pandemic‘, no one is safe unless everyone is safe.” This motto, used to promote the COVID jab, ignores the reality of natural immunity.
We don’t need the whole world to be immune.
We just need to meet the threshold for herd immunity, and the vulnerable are automatically protected by those with natural immunity.
What this shows is that the individuals running the show are not interested in evidence or logic. They’re interested in sound bites, and this has nothing to do with health care.
In short, the ‘pandemic‘ response was about wealth transfer.
Forty new billionaires were created while some 200,000 small businesses were destroyed in the U.S. in 2020 alone.
Vaccine makers made hundreds of billions of dollars on “vaccines” that provided virtually no protection while killing an unprecedented number of working-age adults and decimating birth rates.
The ‘Pandemic’ Industry: The Greatest Show on Earth
The ‘pandemic‘ industry is putting on “the greatest show on earth.” According to this industry, pandemics are becoming more frequent, a claim Bell refutes. They also insinuate that our only defense against these threats is to centralize power and control under the WHO.
However, this narrative is not backed by scientific evidence.
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Instead, it is a carefully constructed illusion designed to keep the public in fear and willing to surrender their rights for the promise of safety.
The idea that pandemics are becoming more common is disputed by Bell.
The last major pandemic before COVID-19 was the H1N1 flu in 2009, and prior to that, the Spanish flu in 1918. The infrequency of pandemics over the past century hardly supports the sensationalist narrative that is currently being pushed.
Moreover, the centralization of power has been demonstrated to be an ineffective strategy in managing public health crises.
The COVID-19 pandemic serves as a prime example.
Despite the considerable influence of the WHO, the pandemic has resulted in millions of deaths globally, underscoring the organization’s inefficiency in handling such crises.
A Challenge to National Sovereignty The proposed ‘pandemic‘ treaty, along with amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR), could endow the WHO with the ability to override national laws and constitutions in the guise of ‘pandemic‘ management. This is a direct threat to national sovereignty.
The possibility of global governance is becoming increasingly tangible. The ‘pandemic‘ treaty is a significant move in this direction. If ratified, it would establish an international legal framework granting the WHO the authority to dictate how nations respond to a ‘pandemic’.
This raises grave concerns.
The WHO, with its history of succumbing to private interests, could potentially misuse this power for the benefit of its financiers rather than the global populace. The ‘pandemic‘ treaty and IHR amendments essentially transform the WHO into a global health autocrat with the ability to mandate national health policies.
A Diminution of Freedoms The impact of these measures can be extensive.
If we permit our health decisions to be commandeered by a centralized institution, we stand to lose our individual and national liberties.
Freedom of choice is a vital part of individual rights.
Surrendering this freedom in the name of public health equates to relinquishing these rights, setting a perilous precedent that could lead to the erosion of other liberties.
The current course of global health governance is deeply concerning.
The proposed ‘pandemic‘ treaty and IHR amendments pose threats to our individual rights and liberties.
The consolidation of power in the hands of the WHO, an organization largely swayed by private interests, constitutes a considerable threat to our health and welfare.
Public awareness of these issues is critical, as is standing up against these measures. We must resist efforts to centralize power and maintain our individual rights.
Power rests with the people.
We need to regain control over our health decisions and ensure they are evidence-based, rather than influenced by private interests.
It’s time to reclaim our liberties and safeguard our way of life.