Another UN WHO power-grab — Global Pandemic Treaty is ‘a trillion dollar business deal’ (to buy your freedom)
By Jo Nova
Failure is Success!
Like a cancer, big-government begets bigger-government — and failure is not something that gets in the way, it’s an essential ingredient. Failure is success, because if the bureaucrats accidentally solved the problem there would be no need for more funds, more staff and more rules, geddit?
The WHO is the greatest failed bureaucracy in the world
The World Health Organisation had only one job, to prevent pandemics, and instead it helped kill at least six million people (so far), and spread disease and chaos to every corner of the world. WHO made sure nations kept flying in the bioweapon from Wuhan when they could so easily have stopped it. And Tedros, of course, is a devoted minion of President Xi, and a former Minister of Ethiopia during the time the Chinese Belt and Road expanded there. Even as China lied about the human spread and risk of Covid in January 2020 — Tedros worked as a one-man advertising man to cover the bad news and promote the leader of the CCP.
It’s just a $10 billion UN “preparedness fund”
The WHO wants a Pandemic Treaty like an IPCC committee for viruses. And both sides of politics in many Western lands will likely be quietly signing away sovereign control from May 22 – 28.
It’s an unholy alliance of unelected power-mongers with pharmaceutical giants, billionaires with God complexes, and military adversaries. What’s not to like if you are a Communist, a corporation, a psychopath or President Xi — who by the way isn’t signing anything. He doesn’t need to work for the UN. The UN works for him. Thank Tedros.
Meanwhile the election in Australia approaches with endless analysis on personality frou frou but nothing on whether the UN should control our borders, our health, our electricity, or get even one goddam red cent.
What’s a sovereign state anyway?
It’s hard to believe that a vote in Geneva would really have legal or constitutional shtick over a sovereign nation with an actual constitution, but the lines are getting blurry. Consider that for two years, unvaccinated Australians were banned from leaving our own country “because of a WHO treaty”. That’s what our Chief Health Officer told us. The truth is that the rules were enshrined in our The Biosecurity Emergency Declaration. But all that took — apparently — was for the WHO to declare a pandemic and then our Minister asked the Governor General to declare there was an emergency. The declaration even mentioned the WHO specifically — and gives the Minister the power to “implement a WHO Recommendation under the International Health Regulations.”
Many UN Treaties need local domestic laws, but as we know from the IPCC, the UN paperwork can be purely symbolic, but it becomes a weapon to create real legislation at home. And both major parties in Australia are gung ho for UN control. It’s someone else to blame, and a good career path for later. Our best hope on Saturday is a gridlocked Senate. Put the majors last! (Or just above the Teals and Greens.)
Flat White, The Spectator
Having acquired a taste for globalised control during the Covid pandemic, the World Health Organisation has teamed up with vaccine manufacturers, philanthropic billionaires, and power-crazed world leaders to create a ‘Global Pandemic Treaty’ in Geneva.
It is set to form part of the ‘one health’ approach proposed by the WHO and has been pitched by its creators as a way to overcome the inconvenient battle between – as they put it – globalism and statism.
It’s a hell of a business model. The same group that keeps the borders open accepts funds from the people who sell the vaccines, and then lobbies the rich countries to buy lots, buy more, and buy for the poor too!
A more accurate reading of the situation comes from discussions had at the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations launched at the World Economic Forum in 2017, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust, and a consortium of nations that include Australia. The Liberal government pledged a further $100 million to CEPI in March, 2022 to add to the $1.5 billion it has raised from other governments. As explained in a previous Spectator Australia article, CEPI’s mission is to create ‘equitable access to vaccines’ because they do not like the volatility (and competition) of the free market. This is the same organisation that poured a fortune into RNA and mRNA vaccines for the WHO’s DiseaseX scenario which – less than a year later – was put into emergency production to combat Covid as a ‘proof of concept’ exercise. Their stated objective from the beginning, long before Covid, has been to find a way to force Western governments to purchase vaccines in bulk for the Third World under the banner of ‘equity’.
The handling of the Covid pandemic is being used as an excuse to justify what was already designed and publicised. In this light, the proposed Global Pandemic Treaty is – first and foremost – a trillion-dollar business deal.
The same group that keeps the doors open for germs is controlled by a man with a debt connection to the nation that wants the germs spread.
Worse, the nation that caused the pandemic – China – is one of the notable absences from the treaty. What is the point of enacting the treaty if Patient Zero refuses to come to the table? It’s a bit like the United Nations’ Climate Change promises that don’t include the world’s largest polluter.
Time to raise hell:
The vote for this dangerous Pandemic Treaty will be held in Geneva on May 22-28. Whoever the next Prime Minister of Australia is, they will be there will bells on, ready to sign and absolve themselves of the ‘bother’ of responsibility. It is a dream come true for weak leaders who would love nothing better than to let the blame for the next pandemic and the accompanying citizen outrage rest safely offshore.
While the UN may not command an army or police force, they can wave the IMF threateningly, call in their banker friends, hustle up hurtful press releases, cut off career prospects and make life hard for non-compliant politicians and states. In the end, only a celebrity billionaire commanding the largest military empire on Earth would dare suggest cutting their funding (which he did).
Such is the soft-power of centralized corruption — unelected, unaudited, and unaccountable. What career politician wouldn’t hanker for a sweet job, foreign travel, and no voters to get in the way?
More soon on the US Amendments.
Australians: check out Put majors last, with voting strategies by seat.
Brits: There is a Petition protesting against this in the UK, calling for a referendum.