he World Health Organization (WHO) is demanding increased “surveillance” powers to track the public and monitor “the health of people, animals, and ecosystems.”
The unelected United Nations health agency argues that it needs new powers to track the public to handle “disease control” so governments can prepare in the event of another pandemic.
The WHO calls for new tracking powers in the latest zero draft of its international pandemic treaty.
As Slay News has previously reported, the treaty will award the WHO with sweeping global powers if passed.
Elsewhere in the treaty is WHO’s new plan to censor so-called “misinformation” and “disinformation” online.
The treaty will give the unelected global organization new powers to “tackle” anything that it deems to be “false, misleading, misinformation, or disinformation.”
The WHO will essentially get new legally binding censorship powers if the treaty passes.
The health agency has been pushing for the passing of the treaty since December 2021.
The treaty requires the WHO’s 194 member states to strengthen the WHO’s “One Health surveillance systems.”
The WHO’s member states represent 98% of all the countries in the world.
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