May 22nd is the start of the World Health Organisation’s 75th annual World Health Assembly, in Geneva. Funnily enough, that’s the same day the World Economic Forum’s DAVOS summit begins over on the other side of Switzerland.
A coincidence, to be sure.
In the run-up to these big days on the globalist calendar, there’s been a lot of discussion of the WHO’s proposed “pandemic treaty”. Everyone from Russell Brand to GBNews has been talking about it, and that’s good.
The treaty represents a huge threat to national sovereignty and individual liberty, with proposed clauses including international digital IDs and even incentivizing third-world nations to exaggerate or even create future “health emergencies”.
So, you can’t have too much awareness…but it also shouldn’t be our exclusive focus.
The treaty is only in the very early stages, with even the earliest draft version not expected until August, and likely no vote on it until 2024.
But what’s expected to be voted through next week is the US mission’s proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR).
This is what should currently be our major focus.
WHAT ARE THE IHR?
The IHR are the WHO’s empowering legislation, setting the conditions and limits of its powers. Any amendment of these rules has almost-immediate global impact.
While this may not represent a threat to freedom on the same scale as the “Pandemic Treaty”, it is certainly more pressing. It’s also much easier to put in place.