WHO director Tedros with NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci in 2018 signing a memorandum of understanding between NIAID and WHO to enhance future collaborations on research activities conducted in response to emerging infectious disease outbreaks and public health emergencies. Image Source.
James Roguski has been making the media rounds in the Alternative Media this week warning about a closed-door meeting happening at the World Health Organization (WHO) this week with The International Health Regulations Review Committee (IHRRC) from January 9-13, 2023.
While the new WHO proposed “Pandemic Treaty” has grabbed the headlines in recent weeks, James Roguski believes that the meeting this week with IHRRC is much more important, because they are proposing amendments to an agreement that all 194 member nations of the World Health Assembly have already signed and ratified, including the United States, back in 2005, regarding International Health Regulations.
The current agreement is “non-binding”, but according to Roguski they want to change the agreement to remove the wording that states these “health regulations” are not just non-binding recommendations, but requirements to be implemented in all future “pandemics.”
The Review Committee is supposed to submit their proposals to the WHO by January 15, 2023, and then the entire 194 members of the WHO could vote on these amendments as soon as this May, in 2023. The amendments could be ratified by a simple majority vote among the 194 member nations.
Here is one of the interviews he gave yesterday about these proposed amendments, and you can learn more from James Roguski’s Substack account here.
To learn more about WHO Director Tedros Gherbreyesus, who according to Roguski would become the World Ruler for all health measures in future pandemics, please see this expose on him that we published back in 2020:
Is W.H.O. Director Tedros a Terrorist? Global Ties to Bill Gates, Clinton Foundation, Dr. Fauci, China and Genocide
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