WHO ‘Pandemic Treaty’ Means Global Surveillance, Vaccine Passports, And More

The unelected members of the World Health Organization (WHO) will soon be voting on an international pandemic treaty and amendments to the International Health Regulations from 2005. Which would ultimately give the organization more control over national emergency healthcare decisions.

If passed, all changes will be legally binding under international law.

This whole conversation stems from experts believing COVID-19 exposed “severe limitations” in the international framework of how the world deals with pandemics. Claiming the best solution for the future involves granting the WHO more power through various tools such as vaccine passports, global surveillance, and the handling of “misinformation.”

This vote is expected to happen between May 22 and May 28 during the World Health Assembly meeting in Geneva. The assembly is made up of 194 member states that represent 98% of all the countries in the world.

Why America would entertain any of the proposed changes is frightening, as the draft treaty places “WHO at the centre.” Solidifying the organization as “the directing and coordinating authority on international health.”

Per the treaty, the WHO wants to create its own official vaccine passport, then require all member states to “support the development of standards for producing a digital version of the International Certificate of Vaccination and Prophylaxis.”

WHO would also have the power to declare a “health emergency” whenever it wants. Using member state surveillance systems that work hand in hand with the WHO’s systems to leverage their “considerable data” to “create the strongest possible early warning and response systems.”

Notably, non-state actors like big tech would be forced to comply too. What could possibly go wrong?

These systems would also be used to address the spread of “misinformation,” “disinformation,” and “too much information.” Calling on member states to combat any form of information that undermines public health.

Again, non-state actors would be required to work with governments and other international partners.

The fact that the WHO could have the power to declare health emergencies, both “potential or actual,” is alarming in and of itself. As the organization is looking to develop new “early warning criteria” for surveying “national, regional, or global risk posed by an event of unknown causes or sources.”

The global surveillance and data-sharing efforts that are supported by the Biden administration is icing on the cake for this developing Orwellian Nightmare.

Especially considering the WHO praised China for its response to COVID.

We’re already seeing what that kind of power could look like under the recent emergence of monkeypox across the globe.

As many users have speculated on Twitter, COVID-19 is starting to feel like it was just a test run for how far unelected organizations could go in seizing power.

These elites are just getting started.

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