Be informed: WHO moves toward owning say-so over next 'pandemic'

Be informed: WHO moves toward owning say-so over next 'pandemic'

Be informed: WHO moves toward owning say-so over next 'pandemic'

Organizations continue to warn about efforts by the World Health Organization to "end" America's national and personal sovereignty.

As AFN has reported, most Americans aren't aware – or are choosing to ignore – that a "China model" of pandemic response could soon be adopted on their behalf. Under its "Pandemic Preparedness Agreement," the WHO – following an announced world health emergency – would be granted broad authority to issue vaccines and mask mandates, call for lockdowns, travel restrictions and more.

AFN spoke with Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots Action about the WHO's upcoming meeting in late May. "They're proposing rules that nations would have to abide by on how they would handle another pandemic, should another pandemic arise," she explains.

There are concerns that President Joe Biden may be ready to bypass the Senate to align the United States with this binding document. If the U.S. is going to agree to do things with other nations, Martin argues that that amounts to a treaty – and therefore, the U.S. Senate must provide its consent.

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"I would urge each senator, if it is like what the outline currently is, to vote against it," adds Martin. "It infringes on our sovereignty as a nation, and it infringes on the rights of states and local municipalities as well."

Consequently, says Martin, "there is a sense of urgency to bring awareness to the issue before the WHO meets."

The WHO, news outlets such as The Associated Press, and fact-check websites dismiss concerns about the WHO overruling any nation's ability to pass individual pandemic-related policies. However, an organization known as Sovereignty Coalition calls that "disinformation."

The Sovereignty Coalition is a joint project of the Center for Security Policy and Women's Rights Without Frontiers. Frank Gaffney, founder of the Center for Security Policy, concurs with Martin.

"This is totally unconstitutional in our country [and] an affront to our sovereignty, for sure," he told a radio audience last month, "but also, [it's] a threat to your personal medical freedom. It's unconscionable, and it must be stopped."

Reggie Littlejohn, founder of Women's Rights Without Frontiers, tells AFN: "Don't believe what they say – believe what they do."

The WHO is attempting to add amendments to the International Health Regulations that would grant it this emergency authority.