WHO Seeking Expanded Powers by 2025
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National sovereignty is good.

This is no less true when it comes to medical freedom.

Because each culture faces unique challenges from the environment.  And has a particular genetic makeup.

This was generally understood until Chinese Coronavirus entered the picture.  

And the World Health Organization (WHO) spearheaded it.

Keep reading to discover how their expanded powers could affect the United States’ health autonomy.

World Health Organization History

Established after World War II, this international body had good intentions starting out. 

The medical war crimes of people like Josef Mengele surely affected the language of their Constitution.  

It stated that every human deserved the “enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health.”  Most people would agree with that statement.

Fast forward to present day.  Where funding has shifted from nations to private parties.

According to their website:

  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was the second biggest donor at $751 million
  • Vaccine alliance GAVI was sixth with $432 million

They donated more than all but three global powers (Germany, United States, United Kingdom).  

You are free to make your own conclusions about this fact.

Having covered a short history, I’ll review recent happenings involving the WHO.

Move Towards Globalist Handling of Future Health Crises

You probably haven’t heard the news.  Because the mainstream media has ignored it.

But this unelected body has suggested additional responsibilities for themselves.  How gracious of them!

They come in two main areas:

  1. Amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR) of 2005
  2. Pandemic Treaty

Let’s take a quick look at each.

IHR

I’ll highlight a couple of takeaways from their proposals for the IHR.

Should another COVID-esque outbreak happen, the WHO will have authority over member states.  That’s quite alarming!

Article 3 currently includes the words, “full respect for the dignity, human rights, and fundamental freedoms of persons.”  Not for long.

Their amendment would replace it with principles of “equity, inclusivity, coherence and in accordance with […] differentiated responsibility of the State Parties.”

Pandemic Treaty

First used by the CDC, this addition will adopt the One Health plan.

Granted decision-making power will cover:

  • Environment
  • Animal health
  • Human health

Should they feel led to enforce global lockdowns or a “climate change” emergency, they’d be free to.  Or mandate vaccines.

Effectively ending the saying, “my body, my choice.”

Timeline for Rolling Out These Alterations

The goal is to adopt the revisions during their May 2024 session.  

After that, member states have 10 months to submit any arguments against them.  If there aren’t any?

May 2025 they will become binding law.  Why this isn’t major news across every network is beyond me.

To conclude, I want to offer you some encouragement.

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Your body is your own.  

Even in marriage, we can’t force a loved one to take a desired care path.  Husbands know what I’m talking about.

The holistic side of healthcare understands this, even if the WHO doesn’t.

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