Govinda Tidball, who is a ex-UN World Food Programme Senior advisor, has publicly come out against the measures that are being planned at the 75th World Health Assembly, which is to take place in Geneva Switzerland on May 22-28th 2022.
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In a letter addressed to the Director-General of the World Health Organization Tedros Ghebreysesus, he says that members of his Ministry of Health group - which is an independent body - are against the plans.
Tidball states that any violations of health freedom whatsoever could potentially be considered an infringement of privacy rights, which would then give Ministry of Health members “the right to seek redress from any and all signatories” of the World Health Assembly.
In his letter to Ghebreysesus he says: “I request that you cease facilitating any actions by the World Health Organization or any member States that results in infringing, knowingly or unknowingly, on the private domain of the members of this Ministry of Health and our partners.”
Tidball went on to say in a Statement made to Infowars that the Ministry of Health members can “restore their own protections as we actively move our health liberties from the public square to the private domain.”
The proposed amendments to the World Health Organization’s International Health Regulations (IHR) were published in January 2022, and were originally submitted by the United States in; without seeking approval from Congress, and were published on April 12th 2022.
Many do not know that the International Health Regulations already override the U.S. Constitution as well as other national constitutions and governments throughout the world.
In other words, “The proposed IHR amendments also cede control to WHO “regional directors,” who are given the authority to declare a Public Health Emergency of Regional Concern (PHERC). Moreover, the proposed amendments allow the Director-General to ring an international alarm bell, by unilaterally issuing an “Intermediate Public Health Alert (IPHA),” according to the World Council for Health.
The World Council for Health goes on to say that “the proposed IHR amendments are directed towards establishing a globalist architecture of worldwide health surveillance, reporting, and management. Consistent with a top-down view of governance, the public will not have opportunities to provide input or criticism concerning the amendments. This, of course, is a direct violation of the basic tenets of democracy and can be compared to the separate new pandemic treaty.”
Mr Tidbull said that the WHO and its member-states are “planning to ratify the turning over of the personal health related liberties of their citizens to the WHO,” at the U.N.’s upcoming meeting.
The World Council for Health said that: “it is unknown World Health Assembly delegates who get to make decisions for us. To date, 13 days away from the World Health Assembly 75, the secretive list of each country’s delegates has been not been published. This is censorship.”
“Given consistent evidence that WHO is heavily conflicted and controlled by various industries, its usefulness as a guide to public health must be critically re-evaluated, while alternative paradigms and models for ethical health guidance and human rights are built.”