A Statement by Michele Bachmann
"I highly urge every individual to vehemently oppose the proposed rules and to understand what a massive overreach this would be by the World Health Organization, if these amendments are adopted."
Please listen to the audio statement by former member of Congress Michele Bachmann:
My name is Michele Bachmann.
I’m a former member of the United States Congress, now serving as a Dean of a graduate school of government.
I oppose the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations.
The article that reads: “the implementation of these regulations shall be” and crossed out, “
with full respect for the dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons” are a complete red flag.
This should be opposed by every person who is looking at this massive change in the international health rules.
Dignity is fundamental. Human rights are fundamental. Fundamental freedoms of persons is a bottom line, red line that all persons in the world need to have for protection.
Instead, this is focused on politics, as opposed to health. These are changes to health regulations but, the very specific agenda of equity, inclusivity, coherence - this is not defined and must be defined.
We know that these are political aspirations, as opposed to health aspirations.
The main concern is by striking out fundamental freedoms of persons, with full respect for the dignity and human rights, separates the individuality of all people on earth, and instead focuses on groups.
There is no such thing as group rights. There are individual rights.
In the United States of America, in particular, with the first ten amendments, known as the Bill of Rights to the Constitution of the United States, the genius of these amendments in America is that rights are guaranteed to the individuals, individuals who are citizens, who can stand up for their rights.
The problem with these proposed amendments is the denial of individual human rights and amorphous, vague standards for group rights. Again, there is no such thing as group rights, because rights are either given or taken away from individuals, and it is individuals historically who have suffered.
If you look at the last one hundred years, the living laboratory of the advance of totalitarian regimes across the world, totalitarian regimes uniquely serve as denial of individual human rights, freedoms and dignity. Instead, it is group actions that are taken by totalitarian regimes, and it is groups that are opposed by totalitarian regimes who suffer the most.
I highly urge every individual to vehemently oppose the proposed rules and to understand what a massive overreach this would be by the World Health Organization, if these amendments are adopted.
Again, my name is Michele Bachmann, a former member of the United States Congress.
CLICK HERE to download the proposed amendments to the IHR (46 pages)
CLICK HERE to download the proposed amendments (original nations’ submissions - 197 pages)
CLICK HERE to download the existing International Health Regulations (84 pages)
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