Opposition to the forthcoming WHO (World Health Organization) Pandemic Treaty has led to the formation of a citizens’ initiative by a group of MEPs drawn from seven EU countries and intent on defending their national sovereignty from the Pandemic Treaty.
The group, named Trust and Freedom, met on July 4 in Brussels under the leadership of Christine Anderson, member of the Alternative for Germany (AfD), who has supported the Canada convoy protest. She criticised the undue emphasis on experimental gene therapies during Covid-19. Others include France’s Virginie Joron, National Rally (ex-Front National) member and outspoken activist on immigration matters; Cristian Terhes of Romania, who protested against Covid measures taken by his country’s government, and Croatian Mislav Kolakusic, who criticised Trudeau’s vaccine mandates in Canada and the EU’s vast purchases of Pfizer vaccine.
The group is supported by other activists including South African Nick Hudson, chairman of PANDA (pandemics-data and analytics) who was permanently banned from Twitter for criticising the official COVID narrative and discussing the merits of ivermectin. He also questions the need for CBDCs (Central Bank Digital Currencies). Another supporter is Andrew Bridgen, who was stripped of the Conservative whip for speaking out against official Covid policy, and now sits for the Reclaim Party. He has stated: ‘It’s raising the profile. If the citizens’ initiative could work and stop the WHO power grab . . . I’ll stand shoulder to shoulder with my European colleagues. The sooner we turn the page on this dark chapter in our human history, the better for all of us.’
The group is supported by an international team of lawyers led by Swiss Philipp Kruse and German Alexander Christ. Kruse is acting for the vaccine-injured plaintiffs in the MRNA Injury Case filed in July 2022, a criminal complaint against the drugs regulator Swissmedic and the doctors who vaccinated the victims knowing the products were not properly tested. He maintains the public has been misled over the Pandemic Treaty, and that it will lead to ‘experimental substances’ being unleashed on unsuspecting populations.
Such forebodings are not exaggerated. There are plenty of high-profile commentators who continue to feed the public with fearmongering forecasts of ever more virulent pandemic outbreaks, and the unchallengeable necessity of Covid-style management, to safeguard life and (more importantly) the NHS.
For example, the London-based disease forecasting company Airfinity’s latest risk modelling suggests that there is a 27.5 per cent chance that a pandemic as ‘deadly’ as Covid-19 could occur by 2033. Factors identified for this include climate change, international travel, a growing global population, and an increasing threat posed by zoonotic diseases (ie those which can transmit from animals to humans), countering the suggestion that the Covid-19 virus escaped from a biolab.
Then there is Devi Sridhar of the Global Health Governance Programme at Edinburgh University, who recommends ‘five ways to prepare for the next pandemic’ including the closer monitoring of zoonoses; strengthening the manufacture of vaccines and therapeutics; the advance production of vaccines necessitated by scientists having no fore-knowledge of any future outbreak, and thus creating ‘plug-and-play’ technical platforms such as mRNA technology or adenovirus vectors that can be quickly modified to combat a specific emerging threat, and in all cases, governments must enact emergency mask mandates to delay the virus spread. So much for responsible drug testing.
Fortunately an increasing number of well-informed writers and analysts are speaking out against this politically-driven brainwashing, and spotlighting the real dangers inherent in the proposed treaty.
Will Jones of the Daily Sceptic has identified three key issues in the treaty which must concern us all. First, the WHO will have authority to order measures including significant financial contributions by individual states, censorship of scientific debate, lockdowns, travel restrictions, forced medical examinations and mandatory vaccinations during a public health emergency of its own declaring,the definition of which has become increasingly broad. Second, a significant change in direction as funding streams have shifted to private ‘specified funding’, particularly from private donors (who include the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation), making the WHO more centralised and externally directed, in which private and corporate funders shape and direct programmes.And third, a change in the relationship between the WHO and national governments and citizens, with a dangerous concentration of power and authority invested in just one person(probably not even a medical expert).
TCW has publicised these dangers in articles by Dr Elizabeth Evans, whose UK Medical Freedom Alliance has joined up with grassroots groups and UK/US politicians to oppose the treaty. They call on doctors to reject protocol-driven care, so that all medical interventions are fully informed, voluntary and never coerced. Their Stop The WHO Campaign urges individuals to protest, use social media to spread the word, lobby politicians and refuse to comply.
Meanwhile elected politicians are handing over control to faceless bureaucracies. In his Economic Collapse blog, Michael Snyder lists eight signs that the ‘futuristic control freak agenda’ of the globalists is rapidly moving forward, and includes in this the WHO’s plans to incorporate the EU system of digital Covid-19 certification and transform it into a ‘global system’. He quotes Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: ‘WHO aims to offer all member states access to an open-source digital health tool, which is based on the principles of equity, innovation, transparency, and data protection and privacy. New digital health products in development aim to help people everywhere receive quality health services quickly and more effectively.’ As Dr Evans stresses – bureaucracy before ‘First Do No Harm’!
For David Bell, senior scholar at the Brownstone Institute, the real question is ‘whether, and how, this society-wrecking pandemic train can be stopped’. The private financiers and the Big Pharma companies seek ever more profit, while health professionals ‘want careers and salaries and will not intervene’. His only solution is that the public must educate themselves and refuse to comply in the hope that political leaders will step forward to help.
This echoes MEP Christine Anderson: ‘Take it from the millions and millions of people around the world, we will bring you down. And we will not tire until we have done just that. So brace yourselves, we are here and the fight is on.’
Tragically, the barriers to this have been well constructed by the globalists. Educate yourselves? The entire education system has been captured. Lobby your politicians? They follow – with few exceptions – the Uniparty line. Put your head above the parapet? Risk losing your bank accounts. And as Nick Hudson has warned, the introduction of CBDCs will leave you exposed to bankruptcy, like the Canadian truckers.
Of course we will refuse to comply. But we have to be prepared to become the scapegoat, the sacrificial lamb, the inevitable collateral damage. We are here to fight, and fight we will, but it won’t be easy, or fair, or without significant personal cost.