Wednesday, May 25, 2022

WHO. Dastardly difficult to get info on the IHRs and Treaty. But the members raised WHO's budget about 30% and reelected Tedros.

Here is what the WHO put out today as news regarding the IHRs.  You can see that it is clear as mud.  I think the outrage and publicity has slowed the adoption of amendments down, which is very good.

Here you can read about the goings on from Alexis Baden-Meyer, the Political Director of Organic Consumers Association. 

Here you can get excellent historical info on how the current situation developed and a perspective that the loss of sovereignty is not happening this week.

Below you can read the info issued by the WHO.

Working group on international health regulations (IHR) amendments

Delegates welcomed the final report of the Working Group on strengthening WHO preparedness and response to health emergencies which, among other things, proposed a process for taking forward potential amendments to the IHR (2005). They agreed to continue the group, with a revised mandate and name (the “Working Group on IHR amendments” (WGIHR)) to work exclusively on consideration of proposed IHR amendments. Member States also requested the Director-General to convene an IHR Review Committee to make technical recommendations on the proposed amendments that may be submitted. The Working Group will propose a package of targeted amendments for consideration by the Seventy-seventh Health Assembly.

Who are the top 20 contributors to WHO?

What did the WHA approve for a budgetary figure?

Tedros was reelected for a second 5 year term.  He was the only candidate.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Heads Up!

1.) Robert F Kennedy Jr explains how Bill Gates controls the WHO, by giving 10% of all it's donations.
This information should make you think twice about the truthfulness of the information they put out.

2.) 'COVID vaccines may impair long-term immunity to the virus!'
Research suggests that vaccination against COVID via mRNA vaccines may reduce body's ability to produce key type of antibody.