Did you know that a declaration of public health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO) could be used by the CDC to justify detaining and examining Americans suspected of being ill, even without the declaration of an emergency under U.S. law?
The U.S. has proposed amendments to the existing International Health Regulations that would drastically expand the authority of the WHO. This is a separate plan in addition to the pandemic treaty being drafted right now that SHF has already alerted you to here. The two documents combined would create quite a structure for global health surveillance and governance!
We can act now to tell our lawmakers to step in. They’ve been asleep at the wheel when it comes to the WHO, but it is time for us to wake them up!
At the link you will be able to:
- Send a pre-drafted, customizable message to your Representative telling them to support a bill to defund the WHO.
- Send a pre-drafted, customizable message to your Senator telling them to check the power of the president regarding his international agreements with the WHO.
- Get a primer on what’s up with the WHO in an easy-to-read summary.
We urge you also to phone your representative. Your voice is powerful. And all it takes is 5-10 people to call in one day on the same topic for the squeaky-wheel effect to kick in. Link To Look Up Your Legislator
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the government of China have collaborated for the past 30 years
CDC.gov | “The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the government of China have collaborated for the past 30 years addressing public health priorities affecting the U.S., China, and the world.”
CDC is listed on Dunn & Bradstreet as a for-profit corporation. Beyond the blatant conflict of interest in CDC’s partnership with big pharma, is the long history of corruption that follows this organization.
US_China_CDC Collaboration for last 30 years
CDC may have willfully failed to collect, analyze, and publish accurate data used by elected officials to develop public health policy