SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER
The Intergovernmental Negotiating Body is currently accepting input regarding the topics to be included in their proposed "Pandemic Treaty." SPEAK UP NOW!
Quick link to EVIDENCE: DontYouDare.INFO
Quick link to ACTIVIST TOOLBOX: StopTheWHO.com
The time period in which people had an opportunity to submit written statements and apply for an opportunity to speak during the public comment period has passed. Stay tuned though. The WHO has stated that they will hold a similar public comment period in June. They have not yet published the details.
This is the third article in this series.
UPDATE (April 5, 2022):
The WHO is seeking public input on this question to support the work of the intergovernmental negotiating body (INB) to draft and negotiate an international instrument to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.
The first round of hearings will be held through a webcast on 12-13 April 2022. Sessions times are in Central European Summer Time (CEST).
April 12, 2022: 8h-11h, 14h-17h
April 13, 2022: 9h-12h, 15h-18h
A second round of hearings is planned for June 16-17, 2022.
The WHO is seeking written input from all interested parties in these hearings, and strongly encourages participation in this important process.
The guiding question for the hearings is the following:
“What substantive elements do you think should be included in a new international instrument on pandemic preparedness and response?”
About the public hearings
In a consensus decision aimed at protecting the world from future infectious diseases crises, in December 2021 the World Health Assembly agreed to kickstart a global process by establishing an intergovernmental negotiating body (INB) to draft and negotiate a convention, agreement or other international instrument under the Constitution of the World Health Organization to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.
As part of this historic decision, the World Health Assembly requested the Director-General to hold public hearings, in line with standard WHO practice, to support the work of the INB.
Per the INB’s timeline, the first round of those hearings has been set for April 12-13, 2022, with a second round set for June 16-17, 2022 . This information on the modalities for the first round of hearings is also expected to apply to the second round as well.
WHO is seeking input from all interested parties in these hearings, and strongly encourages participation in this important process.
The hearings will take place through two components- a spoken component (through videoconference technology) and a written component (through a dedicated web portal).
The timing of the spoken component sessions is as follows (all times CEST):
April 12, 2022: 8-11 AM, 2-5 PM
April 13, 2022: 9 AM-12 PM, 3-6 PM
Subject to WHO’s policies and procedures and the availability of slots, spoken contributions will be welcome from all relevant stakeholders, including both public and private sector entities, that register and accept the applicable terms for spoken contributions. The modalities, as well as the applicable terms, will be published by WHO on this webpage.
Relevant stakeholders in this context includes non-State actors with a demonstrable interest in pandemic preparedness and responses, such as: international organizations; civil society organizations; private sector organizations; philanthropic organizations; scientific, medical and public policy institutions; academic institutions; and other such entities that have relevant knowledge, experience and/or expertise related to pandemic preparedness and response to share. Applicable terms will address, inter alia, requirements of timing, germaneness, civility and transparency.
Written contributions will be welcome from all interested parties, including the general public. The modalities for participation in the written component will be published by WHO on this webpage soon, and the public hearings will also be webcast and archived here.
While all content and contributions will be moderated by the WHO Secretariat in line with the applicable terms and standard WHO practice, no input received should be interpreted as reflecting the view or position of WHO, and participation in the public hearings process is not to be considered an ‘engagement’ with any actor under WHO’s rules, procedures, and practices.
Should your organization wish to participate in the spoken component of the public hearings, a registration link will be available here soon.
Please also note that due to high expected demand, WHO cannot guarantee speaking slots, or any specific speaking times, for the spoken component of the public hearings and may allocate the limited number of slots available with a view to ensuring the widest possible presentation of viewpoints.
My main purpose in writing this article is to encourage all of the “relevant stakeholders” in the world to TAKE ACTION NOW.
NOTE: Every human being on earth is a “relevant stakeholder.”
Please be aware that the WHO is currently negotiating an international agreement designed to increase their legal authority over YOUR health.
I encourage everyone on earth to prepare and submit their opinions and recommendations to the WHO’S International Negotiating Body (INB) and to all the delegates to the World Health Assembly A.S.A.P.
The deadline for submissions is April 29, 2022.
I realize that neither the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body nor the United States delegation to the World Health Assembly is likely to listen to or act upon any of our recommendations, but IT IS STILL EVERYONE’S OBLIGATION TO MAKE THE EFFORT TO SPEAK THEIR TRUTH TO POWER BEFORE THE APRIL 29, 2022 DEADLINE.
Please make it clear to each and every member of the Independent Negotiating Body, and to your countries’ delegation to the World Health Assembly, that they MUST address these important issues:
The abuse of our health related human rights
The loss of freedom to practice medicine according to one’s conscience
The need to restore the sanctity of the patient-doctor relationship.
I humbly request that all of the “relevant stakeholders” listed below (and everyone else in the world), take action immediately and speak their truth to power. I invite all of the doctors, lawyers and organizations listed below to formally raise their voices and make their recommendations on the topic of medical freedom.
The most fatal mistake:
Practicing medicine through bureaucracy while ignoring the wisdom and experience of frontline doctors
The biggest mistake made during the COVID-19 pandemic was to allow bureaucrats to practice medicine and social engineering. If changes to international law are made, they MUST include measures to stop these mistakes from ever occurring again.
We must all demand that the issues of medical freedom be included in the discussions of any international agreement.
Please share this information with everyone you know and encourage the people and organizations listed below to publicly speak truth to power.
SPEAK UP. SPEAK OUT.
SPEAK TRUTH TO POWER RIGHT NOW
INTERNATIONAL COVID SUMMIT DECLARATION:
We, the people of the world, declare that we hold the power and obligation to reject tyranny and the duty to strongly protect the rights granted by those before us.
We, the people of the world, demand the immediate termination of all oppressive, segregative, dystopian, tyrannical and divisive mandates that have been imposed globally under the premise of a declared pandemic.
We, the people of the world, demand that governments return all powers to medical and scientific professionals to treat patients based on science, knowledge and experience instead of on imposed mandates.
We, the people of the world, demand that the physician-patient relationship be restored by allowing all medical professionals to practice without fear of punishment.
We, the people of the world, demand freedom to choose our own medical treatments based on uncensored and transparent scientific data and research that is free from coercion, punishment, or threat.
We, the people of the world, demand the right to refuse medical treatments based on health, conscientious or religious beliefs and demand that our infringed rights to bodily autonomy be returned immediately.
We, the people of the world, demand that all employment that was terminated because of the refusal to take an experimental drug be reinstated immediately.
We, the people of the world, demand the immediate cessation of mandates and coercion that impose medical interventions on children without the explicit consent of the parents.
We, the people of the world, demand the immediate release of the medical and scientific data and statistics of all vaccines and medications that have been mandated during this declared pandemic.
We, the people of the world, are enforcing Article 6, Section 3 of the Nuremberg Code which states that: In no case should a collective community agreement or the consent of a community leader or other authority substitute for an individual’s informed consent.
We, the people of the world, demand that all liability be imposed onto the drug manufacturers and that they be held responsible for all deaths and injuries caused by the medication.
We, the people of the world, demand a thorough investigation of all corruption and conflicts of interest surrounding this declared pandemic and that each guilty party be punished and convicted for every death and/or injury that was caused by the mandates or coercion, including all suicides.
We, the people of the world, declare that it is our inalienable right and duty to immediately demand the return of our freedoms, truth, liberties and our right to the pursuit of happiness.
SIGN THE DECLARATION:
I call upon all of the people and organizations below to speak out clearly against the actions of the United States and the WHO in their attempts to amend the International Health Regulations or to negotiate an international “Treaty for Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response.”
Dr. Paul Alexander
Dr. Bryan Ardis
Dr. Ira Bernstein
Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi
Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche
Dr. Rashid Buttar
Dr. John Campbell
Dr. Héctor Carvallo
Dr. Shankara Chetty
Dr. Ryan Cole
Dr. Tom Cowen
Dr. George Fareed
Dr. Peter Fleming
Dr. Heather Gesling
Dr. Sabine Hazan
Dr. Roger Hodkinson
Dr. Charles Hoffe
Dr. Andrew Kaufman
Dr. Pierre Kory
Dr. Tess Lawrie
Dr. Kat Lindley
Dr. Carrie Madej
Dr. Robert Malone
Dr. Paul Marik
Dr. Peter McCullough
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Dr. Lee Merritt
Dr. Christiane Northrup
Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter
Dr. Jane Ruby
Dr. Mobeen Syed
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Dr. Mark Trozzi
Dr. Brian Tyson
Dr. Robert Urso
Dr. Tom Yarema
Dr. Vladimir Zelenko
Attorney Aaron Siri
Attorney Leigh Dundas
Attorney Thomas Renz
TO WHOM SHOULD YOU SPEAK?
Originally, the INB had set a time period from March 21, 2022 to April 29, 2022 during which they will be accepting input from the delegations from the 194 member countries and also from civil society organizations that already have a working relationship with the WHO. However, in early April, they set up specific times for virtual public meetings in order to accept public input. (See UPDATE above.)
The Bureau proposes that as a first step, input would be solicited by the Bureau from Member States, who would provide their recommended categories or components that will form the substantive elements.
Member States providing input will be able to do so by answering to a survey/online tool, designed for ease of access and use, and will also have the opportunity to submit an open-ended written submission.
During this period, Member States could provide their suggestions, ideas and thoughts on substantive elements through the online tool and open-ended written submissions, and the Bureau would compile, categorize, and synthesize the results of the global survey and open-ended written submissions and consolidate all the inputs.
The Intergovernmental Negotiating Body has adopted the following “modalities of engagement for relevant stakeholders”:
Other entities and persons. (To be decided by the INB.)
Such entities could include, without limitation, academic institutions, civil society organizations, indigenous populations and communities, manufacturers and industry associations, and individual experts (such as academic figures or independent technical experts).
INTERGOVERNMENTAL NEGOTIATING BODY
The six-member of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) are listed below.
Ms. Precious Matsoso (South Africa) CONTACT: MatsosoP@who.int
Mr. Roland Driece (the Netherlands) CONTACT: DrieceR@who.int Linkedin
Ambassador Tovar da Silva Nunes (Brazil) CONTACT: DaSilvaNunesT@who.int Linkedin
Mr. Ahmed Salama Soliman (Egypt) CONTACT: SolimanS@who.int
Mr. Kazuho Taguchi (Japan) CONTACT: TaguchiK@who.int
Dr. Viroj Tangcharoensathien (Thailand) CONTACT: TangcharoensathienV@who.int
Dr Viroj Tangcharoensathien:
International Health Policy Programme,
3rd Floor, National Security Reform Office Building,
oi Sataranasuk 6, Tiwanon Road, Nontaburi 11000, Thailand.
Secretariat for the INB
Ms Jane Ellison, Executive Director, Governance and External Relations CONTACT: EllisonJ@who.int Twitter: @JaneEllison
Dr Jaouad Mahjour, Assistant Director General, Emergency Preparedness CONTACT: MahjourJ@who.int
Dr Timothy Armstrong, Director Governing Bodies CONTACT: ArmstrongT@who.int
Mr Steven Solomon, Principal Legal Officer CONTACT: SolomonS@who.int
Ms Gina Vea, Unit Head, Governance Unit CONTACT: VeaG@who.int Linkedin
Ms Anne Huvos, Unit Head, Pandemic Influenza Preparedness CONTACT: HuvosA@who.int
Dr Olla Shideed, Executive Officer, Emergency Preparedness CONTACT: ShideedO@who.int Linkedin
Mrs Paidamoyo Takaenzana, External Relations Officer, Governance Unit CONTACT: TakaenzanaP@who.int
Dr Claudia Nannini, Legal Officer CONTACT: NanniniC@who.int Linkedin
Mr Kenneth Piercy, Senior Legal Officer CONTACT: PiercyK@who.int Linkedin
Dr Carmen Savelli, External Relations Officer, Governance Unit CONTACT: SavelliC@who.int Linkedin
DELEGATES TO THE WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY
As of today (March 28, 2022), the INB has NOT set up a mechanism to receive input or comments from the general public. Nor have they made it clear how one might submit documents directly to the INB via email or by other means.
The “proper protocol” appears to be that individual citizens of the world should reach out to their country’s delegates to the World Health Assembly. Each member country can send three official delegates to the World Health Assembly:
Find the delegates to the World Health Assembly from your country in the document below.
NOTE: The details regarding who is supposed to “represent” We the People” at the World Health Assembly (and how to contact them) is maddeningly difficult to obtain. I realize that the PDF above includes a list of delegates to the special session that occurred in November 2021 and that the delegates that attend the 75th World Health Assembly will likely be somewhat different. If you would like to help research this information, that would be very much appreciated!
UNITED STATES DELEGATION TO THE NOVEMBER 2021 WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY:
Each member country can send three official delegates to the World Health Assembly:
The Secretary of Health and Human Services (Xavier Becerra) leads the U.S. delegation to the World Health Assembly. Share your opinions with him directly. CONTACT: Xavier.Becerra@HHS.gov Twitter: @SecBecerra
Deputy chief delegate: Mr. Benjamin Moeling, Chargé d’affaires a.i., Permanent Mission, Geneva CONTACT: ??
The United States delegation included a number of alternate delegates and advisors:
Alternate: Ms. Maureen Sinclair Bartee, Senior Adviser, Global Health Security and Biodefense, White House National Security Council CONTACT: Linkedin
Alternate: Ms Mara M. Burr, Director, Multilateral Relations, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: 202-205-4677
Alternate: Ms T. Carson, Health Attaché, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Alternate: Ms Nerissa J. Cook, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, Department of State CONTACT: 202-647-5798
Alternate: Ms H. Lobel, Attorney Adviser, Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Department of State
Alternate: Mr Colin McIff, Deputy Director, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Colin.Mciff@hhs.gov 202-205-8943
Alternate: Ms Kristen L. Pisani, Director, Economic and Development Affairs, International Organization Affairs, Department of State CONTACT: 202-647-1545
Alternate: Mr R. Riley, Acting Deputy Permanent Representative, Geneva
Alternate: Ms Kathryn M. Youel-Page, Assistant Legal Adviser, Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Department of State CONTACT: 202-647-1660
Alternate: Mr. Jimmy Kolker, Ambassador, Office of the Secretary, Office of the Coordinator for Global COVID-19 Response and Health Security, Department of State
Adviser: Ms Emily Bleimund, Director, Trade and Health, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Emily.Bleimund@hhs.gov 202-691-2188
Adviser: Ms C. Boorman, Adviser, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Adviser: Ms S. Chai, Senior Adviser, Pandemics and Emerging Threats, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Shuen.Chai@hhs.gov 202-260-0435
Adviser: Ms S.-N. Duncan-Jones, Adviser, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Adviser: Ms Sarah Emami, Senior Global Health Officer, Multilateral Relations, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Sarah.Emami@hhs.gov -202-691-2023
Adviser: Ms K. Farnsworth, Health Officer, Global Health, United States Agency for International Development
Adviser: Mr Jose Fernandez, Deputy Director, Global Health Security, Pandemics and Emerging Threats, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Jose.Fernandez@hhs.gov 202-260-6820
Adviser: Ms Brittany Hayes, Global Health Officer, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Brittany.Hayes@hhs.gov
Adviser: Ms M. Holohan, Senior Multilateral Health Adviser, Policy, Planning, and Learning, United States Agency for International Development
Adviser: Mr L. Kerr, Director, Pandemics and Emerging Threats, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services
Adviser: Ms Gabrielle Lamourelle, Senior Adviser, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Gabrielle.Lamourelle@hhs.gov 202-260-6034
Adviser: Ms Maya Levine, Senior Global Health Officer, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Maya.Levine@hhs.gov
Adviser: Ms K. Mordhorst, Global Health Policy Officer, Economic and Development Affairs, International Organization Affairs, Department of State
Adviser: Ms Leandra. Olson, Senior Global Health Officer, Global Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: Leandra.Olson@hhs.gov
Adviser: Ms S. Roberts, Public Health Analyst, Global Health Centers, Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health and Human Services
Adviser: Ms J. Seedorff Foreign Affairs Officer, International Health and Biodefense, Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Department of State
Adviser: Mr P. Riblett, Deputy Legal Adviser, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Adviser: Mr S. Smith, Representative, National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Adviser: Ms Serena Vinter, Deputy Director, Strategy, Policy, and Communications, Global Health, Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health and Human Services CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org 404-639-0323
The contact information above is NOT doxing. The people listed above are PUBLIC SERVANTS and the contact information provided is publicly available on the websites listed below.
Department of Health And Human Services:
Phone: (202) 690-6174, (202)-260-0399
United States Mission Geneva
Permanent Mission of the United States of America to the United Nations Office and other international organizations in Geneva
Route de Pregny 11
Tel: (+41) (0)22 749 41 11
Her Excellency Ms Grata Endah Werdaningtyas of Indonesia CONTACT: EndahWerdaningtyasG@who.int
Mr Colin McIff of the United States of America CONTACT: McIffC@who.int
Dr Malebogo Kebabonye of Botswana CONTACT: KebabonyeM@who.int
His Excellency Mr François Rivasseau of France CONTACT: RivasseauF@who.int
Dr Ala Alwan of Iraq CONTACT: AlwanA@who.int
Dr Lyn James of Singapore CONTACT: JamesL@who.int
The former Prime Minister of New Zealand, the Right Honourable Helen Clark CONTACT: ClarkH@who.int
The former President of Liberia, Her Excellency Ellen Johnson Sirleaf CONTACT: JohnsonSirleafE@who.int
Mauricio Cárdenas CONTACT: CardenasM@who.int
Aya Chebbi CONTACT: ChebbiA@who.int
Mark Dybul CONTACT: DybulM@who.int
Michel Kazatchkine CONTACT: KazatchkineM@who.int
Joanne Liu CONTACT: LiuJ@who.int
Precious Matsoso CONTACT: MatsosoP@who.int
David Miliband CONTACT: MilibandD@who.int
Thoraya Obaid CONTACT: ObaidT@who.int
Preeti Sudan CONTACT: SudanP@who.int
Ernesto Zedillo CONTACT: ZedilloEv@who.int
Zhong Nanshan CONTACT: ZhongN@who.int
The World Health Organization (WHO) has set up an Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) that has been empowered to draft a legal “instrument” (commonly referred to as the “Pandemic Treaty”) that would legally control future international efforts in pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.
Below is just some of the bureaucracy that has been set up by the WHO:
CLICK HERE to learn more about the proposed “Pandemic Treaty.”
by James Roguski
The old system is crumbling, and we must build its replacement quickly.
If you are fed up with the government, hospital, medical, pharmaceutical, media, industrial complex and would like to help build a holistic alternative to the WHO, then feel free to contact me directly anytime.
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