The WHO proposed a new pandemic treaty that it hopes will be accepted by enough member countries by 2024. This treaty is seen as a direct threat to countries' sovereignty in making decisions for their citizens. The treaty includes questionable parameters that the world should consider before agreeing to.
In an interview with Shabnam Palesa Mohamed, a member of the steering committee of the World Council for Health, the treaty gives the WHO "an inordinate amount of power to make decisions in sovereign countries as to how people live and how they deal with pandemics, from lockdowns to mandates over treatment."
In other words, the organization will create a one-size-fits-all approach to diseases, without regard for the varying situations in individual countries. Based on the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, this approach is already known to be ineffective. (Related: WHO using COVID omicron variant to push for global "pandemic treaty.")
Moreover, the treaty will cost each member country millions of dollars to participate in the process, which will see the need to go through voting at the World Health Assembly in 2023. The UN and the WHO will need a majority for the treaty to pass, and if so, all member countries will be bound by it.
Mohamed also raised the fact that many countries do not even know the existence of the treaty as of yet, and it's possible that the WHO may be trying to push for an earlier implementation without public participation or output. She noted that the move is undemocratic and unconstitutional, making it invalid and unlawful. She also highlighted the fact that the WHO's many health policy failures have been "intrinsically linked to conflicts of interest."
In an open letter to the WHO's pandemic treaty, the World Council for Health wrote that the proposed agreement is "unnecessary and is a threat to sovereignty and inalienable rights."
It also cited the WHO's "suffocating power" to declare unjustified pandemics, impose dehumanizing lockdowns and enforce expensive, unsafe and ineffective treatments against the will of the people.
Further, the WCH also believes that people have a right to participate in any agreement that affects their lives, livelihoods and well-being. The WHO has not engaged in a public participation process, which is evidence that its priority is to gain more power for itself and its corporate accomplices instead of serving the interests of the people.
Martino also said while the treaty claims to be focused on pandemic planning and responses, there is serious concern that it could also be expanded to cover other areas of health.
Mohamed agreed that this treaty has the potential to be expanded with the WHO's constitution as the basis for said expansion. Specifically, Article 2 of the organization's constitution stated that functions of the organization shall include acting as the directing and coordinating authority on international health work, and can propose conventions, agreements and regulations, as well as make recommendations on international health matters. (Related: Belgian health experts demand full investigation into WHO for faking COVID-19 pandemic.)
The power that the WHO holds is already very significant, and the goal is to turn itself into a global health dictatorship, as is virtually written into its constitution. Moreover, the WHO removed the specificity of mass casualties as per the definition of a pandemic, so that it can include any disease that occurs in multiple countries. With the treaty, the WHO can claim power over healthcare systems in any number of ways, if they are given the chance.
This treaty is one of the reasons the WHO is reluctant to declare the pandemic over. With the treaty in place, the WHO can have the power to mandate vaccine passports and vaccinations worldwide. It is already working on creating a global vaccine passport or a digital identity program.
Moreover, the treaty would give the WHO the power to censor health information worldwide. Based on the European Council's web page discussing the treaty, the agreement is said to set the foundation for better communication and information to citizens. It also stated: "To redeem citizen trust, concrete measures should be foreseen to improve the flow of reliable and accurate information as well as to tackle misinformation globally."
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