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WHO Pandemic Treaty DIES, IHR amendments all but neutralized
By Ethan Huff // May 31, 2024

The time has come for member states of the United Nations (UN) to vote on the World Health Organization's (WHO) amended International Health Regulations (IHR). And the good news is that the so-called Pandemic Treaty, at least the version the world was presented with, is dead in the water.

The only real issue of major concern, according to Dr. Meryl Nass, are the surveillance provisions concerning "misinformation" and "disinformation," which the government and social media companies are already doing.

The International Negotiating Body just announced that it was unable to reach any kind of agreement on the Pandemic Treaty, which means the world no longer has to worry about it – at least in its currently proposed form.

The New York Times ran an article about the negotiation failure in which it was revealed that there are problems with getting everyone on board with the WHO's plans for the "equitable" distribution of "vaccines," as well as "financing to set up surveillance systems."

The WHO was planning to present a final version Pandemic Treaty, also known as the Pandemic Accord, at the 77th World Health Assembly (WHA77). The WHO also wanted to present its amendments to the IHR, though both efforts failed.

"Negotiators had hoped to adopt the treaty this week ... but cancelled meetings and fractious debates – sometimes over a single word – stalled agreement on key sections, including equitable access to vaccines," the Times reported.

Concerning the IHR amendments specifically, the Times only mentioned them once in the piece:

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"The countries are also working on bolstering the WHO's International Health Regulations, which were last revised in 2005 and set detailed rules for countries to follow in the event of an outbreak that may breach borders."

(Related: Did you catch our earlier report about how the WHO has been backing off on its Pandemic Treaty proposal for a while now, including by making substantive changes to address tyranny concerns?)

Bird flu fearmongering failed to get Pandemic Treaty passed

The apparent hope was that there would be enough public fear about a so-called "bird flu" outbreak that government leaders would rush to sign on to everything the WHO presented as necessary to deal with the next "pandemic." They also tried with a monkeypox (mpox) and even smallpox scare, both of which also failed.

"The 'fear' of both had made a comeback in the press during the first half of 2022 before being stomped out fairly quickly by pesky 'conspiracy theorists' but it seems they could be resurrected again," warned Rhoda Wilson in a piece for The Exposé.

The world is long over the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "pandemic" as well, which worked on some people for a while. Now, though, the world can see that the powers that be made much ado about nothing concerning COVID with a boy who cried wolf too many times narrative.

Getting everyone on board with another manufactured scare is going to be tough, especially now that the WHO's global tyranny plans have failed.

Loyce Pace, an assistant secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), tried to scaremonger about the implications of not adopting the Pandemic Treaty, but this failed as well.

"Loyce ... knows nothing about pandemics," said Dr. Nass in response to a statement from Pace about how "those of us in public health recognize that another pandemic really could be around the corner."

"Best to let those ignorant about disease negotiate these two treaties, since if they actually understood what they were negotiating they might jump off a bridge."

Even if the Pandemic Treaty goes away, this does not mean that globalism is also dead. Find out more at Globalism.news.

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