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‘No means NO!’ The WHO’s power grab fails

We cannot and will not allow the WHO to create a health dictatorship

7 June 2024

1:52 AM

7 June 2024

1:52 AM

It’s official. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has no binding legal power over nations, despite its post-pandemic power grab.

There were two separate but equally concerning policy changes on the table: the Pandemic Treaty and proposed changes to the International Health Regulations (to shift compliance from voluntary to binding).

Both documents came brimming with hundreds of pages of bureaucratic confusion, vague rules, and promises to abscond with public money for wishy-washy ‘health’ purposes.

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