(Slay News) – Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration is preparing to sign an agreement that will give America’s sovereignty on healthcare decisions to the Chinese Communist Party-linked World Health Organization (WHO).
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the WHO faced widespread criticism for its mishandling of the global crisis, which was due, in part, to its close ties with China.
Between May 22 to 28, 2022, ultimate control over America’s healthcare system, and hence its national sovereignty, will be delivered for a vote to the WHO’s governing legislative body, the World Health Assembly (WHA).
This threat is contained in new amendments to WHO’s International Health Regulations, proposed by the Biden administration, that are scheduled as “Provisional agenda item 16.2” at the upcoming conference on May 22-28.
These amendments will empower WHO’s Director-General to declare health emergencies or crises in any nation.
The health agency will be able to enforce these powers unilaterally and against the opposition of the target nation.
The Director-General will be able to declare these health crises based merely on his personal opinion or consideration that there is a potential or possible threat to other nations.
If passed, the Biden administration’s proposed amendments will, by their very existence and their intention, drastically compromise the independence and the sovereignty of the United States.
The same threat looms over all the U.N.’s 193 member nations, all of whom belong to WHO and represent 99.44% of the world population.
These regulations are a “binding instrument of international law entered into force on 15 June 2007.”
U.N. members states can be required by law to obey or acquiesce to them.
Biden’s amendments will be subject to votes later this month in Geneva, Switzerland, warns the acclaimed reformer in the field of psychiatry, Dr. Peter Breggin.
Breggin is helping lead a campaign to raise awareness of the Biden administration’s move, according to WND.
Breggin writes that the planning for the amendments “has been so stealthy that it might have escaped attention except for the efforts of one individual,” author, researcher and activist James Roguski.
Roguski has a website through which citizens can comment to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – the deadline is Friday morning at 10 a.m. Eastern.
A separate form allows citizens to sign a petition demanding the amendments be withdrawn.
The Biden administration quietly submitted the amendments to the WHO on Jan. 18, Breggin notes on his website.
Significantly, they override the current check on WHO power which states that the agency “shall consult with and attempt to obtain verification from the State Party in whose territory the event is allegedly occurring.”
“By eliminating that, and other clauses,” Breggin writes, “all the shackles will be removed from the Director-General of WHO, enabling him to declare health emergencies at will.”
Breggin warns that the “arbitrary authority to declare national emergencies will be used against the United States if our government ever again dares to take anti-globalist stands as it did under the Trump administration.”
Investigative reporter Leo Hohmann spotlights some of the other changes contained in the amendments.
They include the implementation of “regional” health czars under WHO authority who enforce the U.N. agency’s policies.
“Aid can be withheld, punishing economic sanctions can be placed on any nation that deviates from the prescribed WHO remedy for whatever health emergency has been declared by the WHO director general,” Hohmann writes.
The current director, he points out, is Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who has been criticized for allowing the Chinese Communist Party to manhandle the U.N. agency and control pandemic policies and the overall narrative, blocking the investigation of COVID-19’s origin.
“We must act now to prevent the passage of the amendments, including putting sufficient pressure on the United States to withdraw them from consideration,” Breggin writes.
“If that fails, and the amendments are approved at the May meeting of the WHO governing body, we must then make the effort to influence a majority of the nations to change their votes to ‘no.’”
A total of 47 nations support the Biden administration’s amendment, including all 27 European Union members.
Breggin points out that in the foreword to WHO’s regulations, there is no specific limit to what constitutes a health emergency, and he warns that the authority is not limited to pandemics.
The scope of authority includes an “illness or medical condition, irrespective of origin or source, that presents or could present significant harm to humans.”
In an interview Thursday with “War Room,” Breggin said the Biden administration proposals essentially make the WHO’s director-general a “dictator over health emergencies.”