WORLD NET DAILY - Bob Unruh - FEB 20, 2023
Global bureaucrats to be able to demand vaxes, lockdowns, surveillance, more
The World Health Organization, a subsidiary of the United Nations run by a team of bureaucrats in Geneva, soon could have the power to dictate lockdowns, vaccination mandates, social distancing and much more in the United States.
Even surveillance of citizens.
A new report from the Epoch Times explains Joe Biden is getting ready to sign the U.S. up to a "legally binding" deal that would give international politicians authority to make decisions for America during a pandemic.
And he's maneuvering so it won't require approval by the U.S Senate.
The report explained, "U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra joined with WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in September 2022 to announce 'the U.S.-WHO Strategic Dialogue.' Together, they developed a 'platform to maximize the longstanding U.S. government-WHO partnership, and to protect and promote the health of all people around the globe, including the American people.'"
That's resulted in a "draft" of a plan that "seeks ratification by all 194 WHO member states. A meeting of the WHO’s Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) is scheduled for Feb. 27 to work out the final terms, which all members will then sign," the report said.
It would give the bureaucrats who follow the U.N.'s political agenda the authority to "declare and manage a global pandemic."
All signatories would have to abide by the rules those bureaucrats would decree, including "lockdowns and vaccine mandates, global supply chains, and monitoring and surveillance of populations," the report said.
"They want to see a centralized, vaccine-and-medication-based response, and a very restrictive response in terms of controlling populations," David Bell, a former WHO bureaucrat, said in an interview with the Epoch Times.
"They get to decide what is a health emergency, and they are putting in place a surveillance mechanism that will ensure that there are potential emergencies to declare."