The proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations are A VERY BAD IDEA THAT MUST BE STOPPED RIGHT NOW.
I would like to recommend that everyone read this article by Libby Klein, who recently published a wonderful summary of the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations.
This is a wonderful summary that everyone on planet earth should read and share widely.
THANK YOU LIBBY!!!
There’s a lot going on here. But don’t be fooled by the flowery language or put off by the density and complexity of the documents. Be assured there are some big issues which warrant your attention.
CLICK HERE to read the article
Here is a summary of the summary:
Be assured there are some big issues which warrant your attention.
The scope of WHO’s powers is to be broadened significantly.
Obligations are to be legally binding
Control of financing, production and supply of health products
WHO tells us what we can do
WHO tells us what we can say
A single person decides when there is a Public Health Emergency of International Concern
Your personal data will be shared globally
The focus is on production and supply of pharmaceutical products rather than safety and efficacy
WHO can have secret dealings with non-State actors
Read the entire article and share it far and wide.
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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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by James Roguski
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