UK MP’s have an epiphany – “You mean the WHO will transition from an advisory organisation to a controlling international authority – with control of government spending and with no accountability?"
Wonders will never cease right? All of a sudden a few UK politicians have actually read about and are actually worried with what unelected bureaucrats and diplomats are doing in Geneva to their powers as elected representatives, of the people, as we speak!
We have come just a short way from this:
The people in the photo ARE NOT GOVERNMENTS – they are part of an “appointed by minority governments, not elected by a majority of people” anti-human cult that seeks domination and control of those that do not belong to their anti-human cult.
They are nothing but a “flash mob” of aging incompetents with no more right to determine health protocols than most Women’s Institutes or Working Men’s clubs.
The anti-human cult is replicated to those pushing a “climate crisis” agenda at the UN IPCC – all hat and no cattle – they represent no-one and are accountable to no-one.
There is no “climate crisis”. It is a fabrication of the anti-human cult. But, it’s determinations will be easily transitioned to a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern” once the amendments to the International Health Regulations are “approved” by those anti-human cult members that represent and are accountable to no-one who actually matters – we, the people.
Anti-human cult members do not look inwards at the needs of people, they look outwards at their needs – their needs to impose sanctimonious restrictions on the human condition and its progress.
“sanctimonious - adjective - making a show of being morally superior to other people”.
Think about all the sanctimony in “movements” – like BLM, LBGTQ+, Anti-Fa et al – all interested in “bringing down the government” or seeking “reparations” – forgetting that the people ARE the government. These “movements” have already brought themselves down and now wish to impose their self-harm and impoverishment techniques onto the majority who want nothing to do with them or their “grooming” tactics.
The KKK globalists – the WEF and its members – operate a similar cult, though membership is a lot more expensive and exclusive. Peasants are definitely not welcome, compared to the positive discrimination in favour of unsuitable peasants (kakistocrats) at the expense of real talent and ability, wherever it may be, of whatever race, colour or creed in the United Nations and its “organs”, the WHO and IPCC.
Back to the “epiphany” amongst British politicians:
They have written a letter (Neville Chamberlain returning from Hitler’s Germany anyone?) to the UK’s Foreign Secretary (equivalent to the US Secretary of State) – a chap called James Cleverly – one of his underlings responded “Responding to the concerns on Thursday, Andrew Mitchell, a Foreign Office minister, told the Telegraph that he would block any law that prevents the U.K. from setting its own health policy.”
Hahaha, pardon me while I try and stop my sides from splitting with laughter. Why wasn’t the UK’s representative at the WHO meetings given this instruction BEFORE attending “negotiations amongst the incompetents in areas where they have no expertise, qualifications, or experience”?
Referencing an article in the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Sceptic states:
“Member states would be obliged to follow the agency’s instructions when responding to pandemics, including by introducing vaccine passports, border closures and quarantine measures, under a draft update to its regulations.
A new ‘pandemic treaty’ under discussion would also force Britain to spend 5% of its health budget on preparing for another virus outbreak.
Ministers are understood to be alarmed by plans to increase the WHO’s powers enabling its governing body to require countries to hand over the recipe of vaccines, regardless of intellectual property rights, and to counter misinformation.”
“But among 300 proposed amendments to the IHRs are changes to make the WHO’s advice “binding” and introduce a new requirement for countries to recognise it as the global authority on public health measures.
The plan would require member countries to “recognise WHO as the guidance and coordinating authority of international public health response… and undertake to follow WHO’s recommendations in their international public health response”.
If passed, the change would mean the WHO could enforce border closures, quarantine measures and vaccine passports on all member countries, including the U.K.”
What is not being asked is “given the parlous state of national health care systems around the world, why would giving the WHO – who has no track record of success in managing national health care in a single country – let alone global health care – be any better?”
An even better question would be “given the WHO endorsed global pandemic response killed thousands of health care workers and banned many more from practising medicine, exacerbating global shortages of health care workers, how can the WHO think that it has the quality to operate a monopoly in global health care?”
There is the rub ,of course, the WHO seeks to create a global monopoly/dictatorship in the provision of health care. It, along with its other “organ” the IPCC, seeks to replace democracy – with all its faults – with tyranny, enforced using law enforcement in every country – by-passing any and all sense of decency, rationality and “human rights”.
I would no more grant powers and control of life and death to the WHO than I would to a politician. The WHO has no quality.
Lastly, I am still ruminating about the statement from UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, at the G7 in Tokyo, that “voting is a privilege, not a right”. Who knew? Voting is compulsory in Australia, so that makes it a compulsory privilege, not a compulsory right? Interesting. I wonder what the Suffragette movement would make of it.
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