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THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)

The amendments to the International Health Regulations and the new Pandemic Treaty and what they will mean for YOU!

THE WHO’S POWER GRAB IN THE NAME OF HEALTH

The World Health Organization (WHO) is an agency of the United Nation’s (UN) responsible for international public health.

Both organisations have been working on four documents that purport to be treaties or accords, all in the name of health and future pandemics. All of these documents have been drafted under urgency, behind closed doors, by unelected officials.

The WHO has continued to work on two of the pandemic treaties being the amendments to the 2005 International Health Regulations, which Australia is already bound, and a new pandemic treaty (documents 03 and 04).

The pandemic treaties will hand the WHO the authority to make binding directions on how a country is required to respond to a potential public health emergency (not necessarily an actual one). Under the treaties, the WHO will be able to order measures including significant financial contributions from individual Member States, censor scientific debate, order lockdowns, restrict travel, force medical examinations, require isolation and quarantine and mandatory vaccinations, all in the name of health.

Whatever your views are of the Covid pandemic, we can all agree that before Australia runs headlong into new and more rules, the more appropriate step for Australia is to stop, reflect, hold hearings, and make findings on what did and didn’t work, and what could have been done differently.

The WHO is currently working on the:

  • 300+ amendments to the International Health RegulationsΒ (IHRAs); and
  • the Pandemic Treaty

These are due to be voted on by Australia and the 193 other Member States in the last week of May 2024.Β  Neither the 300+ IHRAs or the Pandemic Treaty have been finalised, so no country will have sufficient time to consider the implications and requirements of the treaties before the requirement to vote.

For this reason, Australia must insist that voting is postponed, alternatively Australia should vote NO to both treaties.

Upcoming Important Dates

The final version of the 300+ International Health Regulations (IHRA) were required to be delivered to Member States by the WHO’s own rules [note: this has not happened and the date has now passed].

77th World Health Assembly is to be held, at which the 300+ IHRAs and Pandemic Treaty will likely be voted upon adopted.

Member States will have till May 2025 or November 2025 (TBC) to reject any adopted amendments (300+ IHRAs).

Member States will have to implement the adopted amendments (300+ IHRAs) into domestic law.

Member States have till November 2025 to either implement or reject provisions of the new Pandemic Treaty.

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