Some British MPs speak out, Article by Article Compilation of Proposed Amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005)… My previous videos    • International Hea…     • WHO New Health Re…   Mr. Rob Roos MEP    • Big Tech censorsh…   WHO could gain powers to impose lockdown on UK MPs fear new treaty designed to increase the organisation’s powers would enable it to enforce border closures and vaccine passports… A new “pandemic treaty” under discussion Lockdown measures could be imposed on the UK by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Under sweeping new powers Member states Obliged to follow the agency’s instructions, Force Britain to spend five per cent of its health budget on preparing for another virus outbreak Plus a proportion of GDP Plans to increase the WHO’s powers Require countries to hand over the recipe of vaccines To counter misinformation Enforce border closures Quarantine measures Vaccine passports Conservative MPs Written to ministers, “ambition evident…for the WHO to transition from an advisory organisation to a controlling international authority” Urge the Foreign Office to block powers that “appear to intrude materially into the UK’s ability to make its own rules and control its own budgets”. Changes to make WHO advice ‘binding’ Part of post pandemic plans, WHO’s International Health Regulations First proposed in 2021 by world leaders Improve alert systems, data-sharing, production of vaccines “foster an all of government and all of society approach”. Now, 300 proposed amendments to the IHRs WHO’s advice “binding” “recognise WHO as the guidance and coordinating authority of international public health response…and undertake to follow WHO’s recommendations in their international public health response”. ‘Particularly worrying’ Six conservative MPs, Esther McVey Written to Andrew Mitchell, (Foreign Office minister), to call for a Commons vote on the draft treaty and regulations before they are signed. Ms McVey There is, rightly, growing concern about the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty and International Health Regulations. The plans represent a significant shift for the organisation, from a member-led advisory body to a health authority with powers of compulsion. This is particularly worrying when you consider the WHO’s poor track record on providing consistent, clear and scientifically sound advice for managing international disease outbreaks (Sir John Redwood, David Davis, Philip Davies, Sir Christopher Chope and Danny Kruger) Mr Kruger “Coordination and cooperation in a public health emergency is sensible but ceding control over health budgets and critical decision-making in a pandemic to an unelected international organisation seems profoundly at odds with national autonomy and democratic accountability.” Campaigners also expressed concern about increasing the WHO’s role in identifying misinformation (lab leak changes of view) Molly Kingsley, UsForThem “We should all be concerned about the WHO being ordained as an arbiter of pandemic truth, especially given its poor record during the pandemic, such as its claim that Covid was definitively zoonotic in origin and its April 2020 denial of the role of natural immunity in protecting against infection.”