The backdrop of that little-publicized plan is the World Health Assembly, planned for May 22-28 in Geneva, Switzerland. At that meeting, now two weeks away, a total of 194 countries will meet to discuss a secret plan introduced by the Biden administration earlier this year to update the International Health Regulations of the WHO.
Spencer: American public seeing reversal of 'America First'
Chad Groening, AFN.net
A terrorism expert says the Biden administration must be held accountable in the upcoming midterm elections if the American public wants to reverse the tragedies unfolding in front of our eyes.
Since taking power, President Joe Biden and his administration have consistently reversed the populist agenda of Donald Trump and now the public is witnessing staggering inflation, an invasion on the southern border, and most recently a plan to counter unfavorable views and opinions that are flagged as “disinformation.”
Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch, says the public witnessed an “American First” agenda under Trump that is being swept aside.
“But the Biden administration by contrast is explicitly against that principle,” he warns. “And that's the problem that we are at the mercy of people who are acting for the benefit of a socialist-internationalist agenda."
The plan was recently publicized by Michele Bachmann, the former congresswoman, who sounded the alarm on the “War Room” podcast hosted by Steve Bannon.
“The Biden administration is bringing amendments,” she warned, “that would propose that all nations of the earth cede their sovereignty over national healthcare decisions to the W-H-O, the World Health Organization.”
A February article by Politico.com confirms Bachmann's allegations. According to that story, from Politico’s health beat reporters, the U.S. has been in “backdoor negotiations” with the WHO since January about a “treaty” that gives the WHO “greater powers to act” during a medical crisis.
The story credited reporter Ashleigh Furlong for breaking the news about the U.S. proposal and said the plan is to reach a “consensus” on updated amendments to the International Health Regulations by May, likely referring to the upcoming summit.
Loyce Pace, an official from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, has been meeting in Geneva to discuss an updated treaty, the Politico story said.
A proposal to give the WHO more power and authority comes after the world witnessed the WHO bend a knee to the Chinese Communist Party in the weeks and months after COVID-19 began spreading from Wuhan, China, where it likely escaped from an experimental lab.
During the pandemic itself, the American public witnessed their federal, state, and local governments forcibly shut down tens of millions of businesses, churches and schools in fear of a virus that, in reality, proved to have a survival rate of 99%.
That authority would presumably fall to the WHO under the new treaty.
The public also witnessed so-called "vaccine passports" restrict the public's freedom to shop and travel, and yet the Politico story says the WHO is working on a Vaccination Credential Initiative to implement "vaccine certificates" that can be authenticated across international borders.
Then-President Donald Trump announced in 2020 the U.S. was withdrawing from the discredited WHO, citing the agency’s hobbled response to the virus pandemic, so the Biden administration offering the UN agency even more power represents a role reversal on steroids.
Frank Gaffney, the national security watchdog at the Center for Security Policy, tells AFN he is aware of the U.S. proposal. Implementing those amendments, he says, means the U.S. is giving away its independence and sovereignty to the United Nations, but he is not surprised to learn who is proposing it.
“No government of the United States that I know of,” he tells AFN, “has been purposefully prepared to do the sorts of damage to our Constitution, in violation by the way of their constitutional oath of office, that this administration is making, basically, its life's work.”