Sunday, April 21, 2024

We Will Never Surrender Powers to the World Health Organization; Pandemic Treaty Will Give W.H.O. Power to Force Lockdowns on UK, MPs Warn, and other C-Virus related stories

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We will never surrender powers to the World Health Organization:
No one is going to tell us how to take care of our citizens, or force us to impose any particular national response in future crises
The Covid-19 Pandemic impacted all our lives in profound ways. Countries across the world took different approaches, from China’s sweeping lockdowns, to Sweden’s resolute decision not to lockdown, my voting record shows I’m in the latter camp.
Whatever you think of the decisions different countries made, it is their constitutional right to make them.
If there is one thing we have learnt from the British people’s decision to leave the European Union, it is that they want decisions about their lives taken by elected politicians here in the UK, not bureaucrats overseas.
The UK Government is currently negotiating a ‘Pandemic Accord’ and updating the International Health Regulations with other countries at the World Health Organization to help us to respond to future crises.
I know people might be concerned that international organisations, like the World Health Organization, could acquire powers to force countries to adopt measures and restrictions.
However, my ministerial colleagues and I would never give over any such powers to any organisation, including the World Health Organization.
Our red lines in the negotiations include not agreeing to anything that cedes sovereignty, protecting our ability to make all of our own domestic decisions on national public health measures, including whether to introduce any lockdowns or restrictions, require vaccinations and mask wearing, and decisions on travel into and out of the country. --->READ MORE HERE
Pandemic Treaty Will Give W.H.O. Power to Force Lockdowns on UK, MPs Warn:
The World Health Organization could soon gain the powers to force the UK into lockdown under the forthcoming pandemic “treaty”, a number of MPs have warned.
Six members of the UK parliament have written to the country’s government urging them to reject a so-called pandemic “treaty” which will vastly expand the powers of the World Health Organization (W.H.O.).
Also known as the “Pandemic Accord“, the deal will see binding rules imposed on all member states of the World Health Organization forcing them to fight so-called “disinformation” and allocate five per cent of their annual health budget to preparing for the next global pandemic.
According to a report by The Telegraph, the six Conservative Party politicians also believe that the agreement will also see the W.H.O. given the power to unilaterally force the United Kingdom into lockdown if it so wishes, which they noted is a significant threat to the UK’s national sovereignty.
“There is, rightly, growing concern about the W.H.O.’s Pandemic Treaty and International Health Regulations,” Esther McVey, the MP who headed up the letter to the government, reportedly said, with the politician warning that there is evident ambition “for the W.H.O. to transition from an advisory organisation to a controlling international authority”.
“The plans represent a significant shift for the organisation, from a member-led advisory body to a health authority with powers of compulsion,” she continued. “This is particularly worrying when you consider the W.H.O.’s poor track record on providing consistent, clear and scientifically sound advice for managing international disease outbreaks.” --->READ MORE HERE
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