Ethiopian terrorist and human rights abuser Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus inverts the truth and outright lies about the Pandemic Treaty in an attempt to get countries to assist him in “actively countering false narratives.”
As Reclaim the Net noted: “Tedros seems to be trying to not only persuade countries about ‘fake news, lies, conspiracy theories’ around this issue but also to get them to launch propaganda campaigns in favour of the accord, ASAP.”
Opponents have been warning for some time that the Pandemic Treaty or Accord aims to introduce surveillance tools, effectively facilitate censorship, and undermine a country’s sovereignty in the decision-making processes during a health crisis by transferring several powers to the UN.
“Some argue that this agreement will undermine a country’s sovereignty by giving power to the World Health Organisation (WHO) … it is important to make it clear that these claims are completely unfounded, untrue, nonsense and have no basis in reality,” Tedros the Terrorist tweeted.
This latest tweet comes about two weeks after he issued a plea to parliamentarians to support WHO’s efforts to bring the amendments to the International Health Regulations (“IHR”) and the Pandemic Treaty to a timely conclusion, by the 2024 World Health Assembly in May.
Below is Tedros the Terrorist’s tweet urging countries to tackle “false narratives” about the Pandemic Accord. Although Tedros only mentions the Pandemic Accord/Treaty in his tweet, we should remember that WHO is working on two instruments that will expand its powers and role in declared health emergencies and pandemics. The first involves proposed amendments to the existing IHR. The second is a new “treaty” that has a similar intent to the IHR amendments. The pandemic prevention, preparedness and response treaty or accord is officially referred to as “WHO CA+.”
To set the record straight and so there is no doubt or confusion caused by Tedros the Terrorist’s propaganda, we follow his tweet with Dr. Meryl Nass’ eight items of major concern regarding WHO’s proposed treaty and amendments to the IHR. For a more detailed explanation of why everyone is concerned about WHO’s attempted power grab you can read another of Dr. Nass’ recent articles HERE.
Tweet by Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
We find ourselves in a time where fake news, lies, conspiracy theories, misinformation and disinformation are rampant.
There are individuals who, whether they genuinely believe it or not spreading false claims about the pandemic accord that require our attention.
Some argue that this agreement will undermine a country’s sovereignty by giving power to the World Health Organisation (WHO). They claim that the WHO will be able to impose lockdowns or vaccine mandates on countries.
However, it is important to make it clear that these claims are completely unfounded, untrue, nonsense and have no basis in reality.
To be clear, the accord does not grant the WHO any such authority.
I strongly urge all countries involved in the pandemic negotiations to actively counter these false narratives. It is important for them to communicate with their own citizens, assuring them that this agreement explicitly protects their country’s sovereignty. There should be no room for doubt or confusion in this matter.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Twitter, 8 November 2023