secretive World Health Organisation (“WHO”) committee is scheduled to meet for five days beginning today. The purpose of these meetings will be to finalise their report regarding the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (“IHRs”).
These meetings will not be live-streamed. The proceedings will not be available to the public. No public comment period is scheduled. Your opinion regarding these amendments is not going to be considered. These rules are being negotiated by the members of the International Health Regulations Review Committee (“IHRRC”), who were chosen, not elected.
A relatively simple and relatively inexpensive way to gain power and authority over much of the world could be accomplished through a binding international treaty that transfers sovereignty over certain matters from individual nations to an international body like the WHO. To further this ambition, WHO is taking two steps. One step is to amend its IHRs. In case the IHR amendments don’t work, WHO will rely on its Pandemic Treaty. Both the IHR amendments and the Pandemic Treaty need to be stopped.
WHO’s IHRRC is planning to meet in secret from Monday, 9 January 2023, to Friday, 13 January 2023. The IHRRC will be working to finalise what is now a 46-page document that includes proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (“IHRs”). The amendments have been submitted by a mere 14 nations. The work done by the IHRRC is “confidential” and it answers directly and only to WHO’s Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. IHRRC plan to submit its amendments to WHO on 15 January 2023.
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