WHO Power Grab Forced into Humiliating Backdown

WHO Power Grab Forced into Humiliating Backdown. By Andrew Mirani.

As most of you know, the World Health Assembly has spent the past seven days considering Biden’s 13 controversial amendments to the International Health Regulations.

Official delegates from wealthy developed nations like Australia, the UK, and the US, spoke in strong support of the amendments and urged other states to join them in signing away their countries’ sovereignty.

The first sign, however, that things might not be going the globalists’ way, came on Wednesday, the 25th of May, which just happened to also be Africa Day.

Botswana read a statement on behalf of its 47 AFRO members, saying they would be collectively withholding their support for the ‘reforms’, which many African members were very concerned about.

Multiple other countries also said they had reservations over the changes and would not be supporting them either.

These included Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Iran and Malaysia. Brazil in particular said it would exit WHO altogether, rather than allow its population to be made subject to the new amendments.

In the end, the WHO and its wealthy nation supporters were forced to back down.

They have not given up though – far from it. Instead, they did what they always do and ‘pivoted’.

At their request, a new working group was convened to make “technical recommendations on the proposed amendments” which will be re-submitted along with the Pandemic Treaty, at the 77th Health Assembly meeting in 2024.

However, the globalists are framing it as a success:

First steps in reforming global health emergency rules adopted at WHO meeting – U.S. By Reuters.

Countries around the world on Saturday adopted an initial U.S.-led reform of the rules around disease outbreaks, known as the International Health Regulations (IHR), the United States said. …

The breakthrough — amendments to Article 59 of the IHR that will speed up the implementation of reforms — came after early opposition from Africa and others was overcome this week. …

The changes sought by Washington, and backed by others such as Japan and the European Union, mark a first step in a broader reform of the IHR, which set out countries’ legal obligations around disease outbreaks, expected to take up to two years.

Spin, spin,spin. Hard to even know they are even talking about the same meeting!

World government at stake here, and the mainstream media is quiet and obfuscating. They know it’s not popular, and that we would object if we knew.

hat-tip Stephen Neil, hat-tip Scott of the Pacific