- LIFE SITE NEWS - Emily Mangiaracina - 16 MAY, 2022 -
The renowned mRNA pioneer called out the U.S.’s proposed surrender of powers to the World Health Organization as an “intentional” subversion of the U.S. constitution.
Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA technology, on Friday slammed the Biden administration’s recent proposed amendments to the World Health Organization (WHO)’s International Health Regulations (IHR) as “an impeachable offense.”
Malone argued on Steve Bannon’s War Room show that the proposed amendments, which Dr. Peter Breggin and Ginger Breggin have pointed out would essentially surrender the sovereignty of the U.S. and other United Nations member nations to the WHO, is a deliberate subversion of the U.S. Constitution.
The Breggins have noted that the amendments will “empower the WHO’s Director-General to declare health emergencies or crises in any nation and to do so unilaterally and against the opposition of the target nation.”
On Friday, Malone sketched a picture of the unprecedented political subjection to the WHO, which would be imposed not only on the U.S. but on all U.N. member states, that would be subsequently made possible.
“Under article five, the WHO will develop early warning criteria that will allow it to establish a [health] risk assessment for a member state, which means it can use the type of modeling simulation of predictions that exaggerated the risk from COVID 19 over two years ago,” said Malone, noting that this implies a world of “increased surveillance.”
“Once the WHO creates its assessment unilaterally, it will communicate it to inter-governmental organizations in other member states. They will then have a 48-hour deadline … to make a ‘go/no-go’ decision about complying with the mandate, which is entirely under the control of Tedros, the director general of the World Health Organization.”
According to Malone, this would allow the WHO to “circumvent the U.S. constitution” and “undermine it through this tortured logic that public health should take preeminence over the American Constitution.”
As the Breggins have pointed out, “there is no specific limit to what constitutes a health emergency,” which the WHO said includes any “illness or medical condition … that presents or could present significant harm to humans.”
Malone added that “in parallel” with the proposed rule changes, Congress took actions to “essentially allow the president to sign a treaty without congressional authorization,” further stripping the ability of the American people to consent to being essentially ruled by unelected parties.
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