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WHO Withdraws 12 of Biden’s “Sovereignty” Amendments to IHR; May Revisit Them Later

by Veronika Kyrylenko

Reprinted with permission from TheNewAmerican.com.

The global backlash against the proposed amendments to the WHO’s International Health Treaty (IHR) — which would have ceded national sovereignty over to globalists — along with legal actions in the United Kingdom have resulted in almost all of those amendments being dropped for the time being. There is nothing, however, to prevent the global overlords from revisiting the agenda.

According to independent journalist James Roguski, who monitored the hearings, 12 of the 13 amendments submitted by the Biden administration for a vote in the World Health Assembly (WHA) this week in Geneva have been removed from consideration.

On his substack post explaining the developments, Roguski added that it is crucial to keep pushing against the global power grab by urging legislators to take action, and by spreading the word and sharing the information “WITH EVERYONE.”

Roguski reported that in addition to the public inundating the WHO and their representatives with objections to transferring national sovereignty to the global elites, the removal of a dozen amendments came through legal action filed in the U.K. by a physician, Zac Cox.

Cox filed an appeal last Friday after his May 17 request for judicial review of the amendments was rejected. The court notified the physician that his appeal was “without merit” since the IHR’s Working Group for Pandemic Response (WGPR) was “unable to reach a consensus” on the amendments and removed them from consideration.

ce the workings of the group are not transparent, Roguski speculated that that could happen for several reasons, including the following:

Maybe some of the members of the WGPR actually read the amendments, comprehended them and had the same reaction that I did.

Maybe Brazil, some African nations or other “stakeholders” read the amendments and realized what the hell was going on.

A good percentage of the members of the WGPR opposed the amendments.

Maybe, just maybe, “People Power” reared its powerful head, shined a very powerful light on the amendments, which were expected to be considered in darkness.

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