(by Rhoda Wilson | The Exposé) – The idea behind the upcoming session of the World Health Assembly, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, was to start sketching out a new world order to handle future health crises, NPR reported last month.
Tedros was referring to the convening of a special session of the World Health Organisation’s (“WHO”) governing body – the World Health Assembly – on 29 November to begin talks on a new global treaty covering pandemics.
“You need laws and rules that bring obligations to countries. That’s what we miss. And I hope countries will agree to a binding pact so that pandemics can be managed better,” Tedros said.
Suerie Moon, co-director of the Global Health Center at the Graduate Institute of Geneva believes the world desperately needs an international framework, “after arguably the greatest shared global catastrophe since the Second World War,” she asked, “are our leaders going to show even a fraction of the ambition, a fraction of the vision that we saw back in 1945?”
During the 41st session of the Corona Investigative Committee Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger, a whistle-blower from the WHO, said the rules under which countries work with WHO virtually put WHO in charge of all rules and formal edicts – with Bill Gates unofficially as part of the executive board as if he were a member state.
Tedros is a man surrounded by controversy. “He is a member of a Marxist-Leninist Ethiopian political party that analysts have listed as a perpetrator of terrorism,” Breitbart reported early last year. In Mr. Global’s eyes, Tedros is therefore perhaps an ideal person to be sketching out a new world order and “negotiating” a global pandemic treaty on their behalf.
“Mr. Global” is Catherine Austin Fitts’ nickname for the committee that runs the world. She admits she doesn’t fully understand how it works at the top, but she does know that the decision-making is highly centralised, it’s most likely run by committee, and the members are the prisoners of 50 years of secrecy.
The idea of a global pandemic treaty first came to public awareness in March when 24 global leaders penned a joint letter calling for a new global treaty. “The planned treaty appears to align very closely with the Great Reset goals of Klaus Schwab. The World Economic Forum’s promotion of the Reset even employs matching terminology, describing ‘leaders’ who ‘find themselves at a historic crossroads’,” wrote LifeSite News.
In the joint letter, the 24 argued that a treaty similar to that reached in the wake of World War II was needed to build cross-border cooperation, Unity News Network reported. The signatories said: “At that time, following the devastation of two world wars, political leaders came together to forge the multilateral system. The aims were clear: to bring countries together, to dispel the temptations of isolationism and nationalism …”
“There is a tremendous amount of money since World War II that constantly disappears through the financial system,” Austin Fitts said during an interview with Dr. Joseph Mercola.
It would be useful to know which, in particular, 1945 ambition and vision Moon was urging “our leaders to show.”
Last month experts from around the world attended rallies and press conferences in Switzerland and Italy to support the worldwide resistance against the global war on freedom and democracy.
One of those experts was Austin Fitts who at a press conference in Switzerland explained that although this is not the first time in history that plague laws have been used to centralise control, the Covid laws are particularly draconian, because “now with advances in digital technology, we are looking at complete control, through the banking system, of 100% of all assets, ultimately.”
“Vaccine passports will not be about health. Vaccine passports are part of a financial transaction control grid that will absolutely end human liberty in the West … This is not about democracy versus fascism. This is about freedom versus slavery,” Austin Fitts said.
In September 2021, Haik Nikogosian published ‘A Guide to a pandemic treaty‘ representing “an independent academic attempt to systematise and shed light on some of the most frequently asked questions or issues otherwise important on and around a possible pandemic treaty. The Guide is no way exhaustive, to be updated as questions, discussions, processes and sources unfold.”
We have not read the entire guide and it certainly warrants in depth scrutiny by those who are so inclined. With our untrained eyes, we have simply skimmed through a few points raised in the Guide and highlighted a few notable statements with the aim of raising awareness as to what Mr. Global is planning while our attention is focused on the deliberately manufactured Covid mayhem and chaos.
As you read these points, we ask you consider three things. Firstly, WHO, as with all globally centralised institutions, is not democratically elected by nor accountable to us, the people. Secondly, we, the people, have not been consulted or asked if this is what we want. Thirdly, who’s best interest does a global pandemic treaty serve?
Is this a good time to negotiate such a treaty?
“The enormous challenge posed by Covid-19 created an unprecedented push for renewed global rules.” – A Guide to a pandemic treaty, Section 3, 29 September 2021
Treaties concerning international spread of diseases were adopted in the past. Why is it so different now?
“Fourth, while the “early” conventions were the dominant, if not the sole, source of international law on infectious diseases, a pandemic treaty would need to be embedded in—and largely inﬂuenced by—existing international law relevant to health, particularly human rights law, trade law and environmental law, all products of the post-WW2 international order.” – A Guide to a pandemic treaty, Section 11, 29 September 2021