WASHINGTON, DC, Apr 5 – Who’s WHO., and why does it seek global domination? The World Health Organization [WHO] is a U.N. agency in charge of international public health. It is a controversial organization, which is promoting a binding international agreement, a so-called Pandemic Treaty, that would give it worldwide control of healthcare.
Multiple sources have confirmed the notion that the WHO proposal is, as one concerned physician, Dr. Joseph Mercola, put in a report published in a recent edition of the Epoch Times, is an attempt to “create a one-size-fits-all approach to disease, without regard for all the varying situations found in individual countries, and this is something we already know doesn’t work. The treaty is a direct threat to a nation’s sovereignty to make decisions for itself and its citizens and would erode democracy everywhere.”
The World Council for Health [WCH], a coalition of scientists, doctors, lawyers, and civil society advocacy organizations, has launched an international effort to preempt WHO’s grab for the power. In a posting on its website, WCH describes the Pandemic Treaty as “a threat to sovereignty and inalienable rights. It increases the WHO’s suffocating power to declare unjustified pandemics, impose dehumanizing lockdowns, and enforce expensive, unsafe, and ineffective treatments against the will of the people.”
President Trump saw the threat that the WHO posed early in the outbreak of the COVID pandemic and suspended U.S. funding. He felt that the WHO and Communist China, where the COVID pandemic originated, had been getting “too close.” And so, in April of 2020, Mr. Trump decided to stop U.S. funding for the World Health Organization. At the time, America was picking up the lion’s share of the WHO’s budget, providing the organization with hundreds of millions of dollars annually. But President Biden wasted no time in reinstating America’s financial support; he announced his decision on his first day in office.
In fact, about seven months later, Britain’s Sunday Times conducted an investigation that raised “serious concerns that the independence and leadership of the WHO were severely compromised by the time the first cases of a mysterious new coronavirus appeared in Wuhan in 2019 — with profound consequences for the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and the world.”
Twila Brase is co-founder and president of the Citizens’ Council on Health Care, an independent national non-profit organization. She penned an analysis of the World Health Organization for the Foundation for Economic Education in December of 2020, about ten months after President Trump cut U.S. funding of the WHO. It was more than a year before the WHO revealed its intention to create its Pandemic Treaty. Yet, in her analysis, she concluded: “Clearly, WHO officials have an agenda that is neither patient-friendly nor protective of individual freedoms cherished by American citizens. Given the opportunity, they would readily place control of every person’s earnings and every patient’s care into a few powerful hands.”
The Brase report describes the WHO notion of what comprehensive “health systems” would look like if they have their way. The WHO envisions systems “organized by government bureaucracies rather than ‘health-care systems’ comprised of individual providers treating individual patients.” She goes on to note that, “Because system-wide control of health-care resources is desired, WHO officials express particular distaste for America’s abundance of private financing for health care (56 percent) and Congress’s advancement of medical savings accounts (MSAs) for individual provision and payment of health care. Although they acknowledge that MSAs are a form of prepayment—the pooling mechanism they aggressively support—they assert that MSAs and private funding prevent centralized pooling of dollars without which certain public health initiatives may never be funded.”
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