Resistance to WHO Pandemic Treaty Grows

The World Health Organization (WHO) failed to submit a final draft of its Pandemic Treaty as the global health plan has been met with growing resistance.

On May 10, the WHO stated that it will “continue working on a proposed pandemic agreement” as it prepares for its World Health Assembly beginning on May 27.

“Governments meeting at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva agreed to resume hybrid and in-person discussions over coming weeks to advance work on critical issues, including around a proposed new global system for pathogen access and benefits sharing (i.e. life-saving vaccines, treatments and diagnostics); pandemic prevention and One Health; and the financial coordination needed to scale up countries’ capacities to prepare for and respond to pandemics,” the organization’s statement explained.

Numerous countries have called upon leaders to refuse the pandemic treaty.

“This national movement is a campaign to protect the lives of our citizens from the public health dictatorship of the Gates Foundation, WHO, the Japanese government, and the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare created through an artificial pandemic,” a speaker said during a Japanese press conference.

The speaker added that the “WHO has not stopped using the pandemic agreement and IHR revisions as a lever for the global vaccine business and the building of a totalitarian framework.”

Slovakia announced they will not support a pandemic treaty.

Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico said the WHO Pandemic Treaty was “nonsense invented by greedy pharma companies.”

Fico also said the country will “not support strengthening the powers of the World Health Organization at the expense of sovereign states in managing the fight against pandemics.”

Former Brexit leader Nigel Farage said the WHO “needs to be stopped in its tracks.”

“Their planned ‘Pandemic Treaty’ would enable them to lock us down over the heads of our elected national governments. This has got to stop,” he stated. “Either we reform the organization or we simply leave it.”

Australian Senator Malcolm Roberts co-signed a letter calling for Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to refuse the pandemic treaty.

“The WHO has demonstrated throughout the COVID period that its global approach to providing recommendations to respond to actual or perceived public health emergencies consistently resulted in more damage than was prevented and has caused untold losses both economically and socially,” the letter says.

The pandemic treaty is also “not acceptable” to Britain, Conservative U.K. Health Minister Andrew Stephenson said.

“The current text is not acceptable to us, therefore unless the current text is changed and refined we will not be signing up,” he declared, adding, “Under no circumstances will we allow the WHO to have the power to mandate lockdowns, this would be unthinkable and has never been proposed.”

Republican U.S. senators sent a letter to President Joe Biden, urging him to end his support for the pandemic agreement and proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR).

“We strongly urge you not to join any pandemic related treaty, convention, or agreement being considered at the Seventy-seventh WHA,” the congressional members wrote. “Should you ignore this advice, we state in the strongest possible terms that we consider any such agreement to be a treaty requiring the concurrence of two-thirds of the Senate under Article II Section 2 of the Consitution.”

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