Thursday, May 23, 2024

The WEF and WHO ‘Pandemic Treaty’ Will Strip Americans of Their Rights

On Wednesday at the World Economic Forum's annual event in Davos, World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus proposed a global “Global Pandemic” treaty to address the potential threat of "Disease X," believed to be 20 times more deadly than COVID-19, emphasizing the need for preparedness.

During his address, Ghebreyesus stressed the inevitability of unforeseen challenges, stating, “There are things that are unknown that may happen, and anything happening is a matter of when, not if, so we need to have a placeholder for that, for the diseases we don’t know.” Ghebreyesus advocated for an agreement to enhance global preparedness, stating, “That agreement can help us to prepare for the future in a better way,” and emphasizing the importance of anticipation based on historical occurrences.

The treaty, first discussed in March 2021, aims for an “all-of-government and all-of-society approach” to tackle infectious diseases. In 2022, the Biden administration proposed amendments to grant the WHO global jurisdiction, a move that should raise concerns among Americans.

Last year, Republicans, led by Congressman Ronny Jackson (R-TX), introduced the Protect American Sovereignty Act to prevent the administration from relinquishing control to the WHO. Jackson criticized the WHO for perceived corrupt practices during the COVID-19 pandemic, accusing it of enabling Beijing’s cover-up and labeling it a “globalist, anti-American organization” controlled by the Chinese Communist Party.

Jackson vehemently opposed the use of taxpayer money to support an organization he deemed corrupt and detrimental to American interests. He asserted that under no circumstances should Americans become subjects of the WHO, emphasizing the need to prioritize national sovereignty.

In May, Congressman Tim Burchett (R-TN) raised concerns about the vagueness of the WHO pandemic treaty, its potential impact on American sovereignty, and the risk of exploitation in determining healthcare decisions during a global pandemic. 

The Biden administration should not surrender American sovereignty to international bodies like the WEF and WHO – and the so-called Global Pandemic Treaty is a step toward doing just that.

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