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The World Health Organization (WHO) is close to releasing a final draft of its long-awaited Pandemic Treaty or Pandemic Accord, but experts warn that this final version of the treaty will be a fundamental threat to national sovereignty and personal liberty alike.
The Pandemic Treaty, formally known as the “International Treaty on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response,” is meant to be a legally binding series of agreements, conventions, accords and other types of international agreements “to protect and promote people’s health.” (Related: WHO attempting global COUP through International Health Regulation amendments to Pandemic Treaty – can it be stopped?)
But the WHO’s true intentions are revealed, thanks to the agency’s close ties to billionaire Bill Gates and the pharmaceutical industry. The agency receives hundreds of millions of dollars in annual funding from Gates – through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – and Big Pharma.
Given how the WHO likely does not want to deprive itself of the steady income it receives from Gates and Big Pharma, it is very likely, if not already certain, that the Pandemic Treaty will greatly benefit them rather than the nations that are expected to ratify the treaty.
“There is a growing worldwide recognition that this looming power grab represents a fundamental threat to democracy,” warned Rhoda Wilson, writing for The Expose. “At the very least, the increasing transfer of powers to WHO raises important questions regarding national sovereignty and personal liberty.”
Human Rights Watch: Pandemic Treaty “fails to protect rights”
Leading international non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) warned that the current draft of the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty “fails to enshrine core human rights standards protected under international law, most notably the right to health and the right to benefit from scientific progress, therefore risking a repeat of the tragic failures during the [Wuhan coronavirus] COVID-19 pandemic.”
“Rather than acting on the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, the current proposed text offers a weak framework for ensuring that countries will be accountable for maintaining a rights-compliant response to future pandemics,” added HRW.
The group wasn’t alone in taking up this position, however. Other international human rights organizations such as Amnesty International, the International Commission of Jurists and the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights have also followed suit.
Perhaps worse yet is that the Pandemic Treaty has repeatedly failed to ensure effective and meaningful participation by all stakeholders, especially representatives from marginalized communities, and the WHO has regularly disregarded calls to include them in the drafting process.
Instead, the current draft, according to Human Rights Watch, “reflects a process disproportionately guided by corporate demands and the policy positions of high-income governments seeking to protect the power of private actors in health, including the pharmaceutical industry.”
Learn more about the true intentions of the WHO at Pandemic.news.
Watch this video of a global coalition of health professionals appealing to the nations of the world to reject the Pandemic Treaty and the WHO’s power grab and to deprive the organization of power.