Revealed: WHO to decide changes to International Health Regulations this week in secret talks | Enthüllt: WHO will Änderungen der Internationalen Gesundheitsvorschriften diese Woche in Geheimverhandlungen beschließen


The International Health Regulations Review Committee (IHRRC) of the World Health Organization (WHO) will hold a secret meeting from Monday, January 9, 2023, to Friday, January 13, 2023. The IHRRC will be working to finalize a 46-page document containing proposed changes to the International Health Regulations (IHR). Once again, blogger James Roguski has revealed that.

The proposed changes would:

    transform the World Health Organization from a consultative organization that merely makes recommendations to a governing body whose statements would be legally binding. (Article 1)

    greatly expand the scope of the International Health Regulations to include scenarios that have only the „potential to affect public health.“

    Remove „respect for the dignity of human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons.“ (Article 3)

    give the Director-General of WHO control over the means of production through an „allocation plan for health products“ to require developed States Parties to supply pandemic response products as directed. (Article 13a)

    Grant authority to WHO to require medical examinations, proof of prophylaxis, proof of vaccine, and implementation of contact tracing, quarantine, and TREATMENT. (Article 18)

    Establish a system of global health certificates in digital or paper format, including test certificates, vaccine certificates, prophylaxis certificates, recovery certificates, traveler whereabouts forms, and a traveler health declaration. (Articles 18, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31, 35, 36, and 44, and Annexes 6, 7, and 8).

    Detour of unspecified billions of dollars to the pharmaceutical hospital emergency industrial complex without accountability. (Sec. 44A)

    Allow the disclosure of personal health information. (Article 45)

    Greatly expand the World Health Organization’s ability to censor what it considers misinformation and disinformation. (Annex 1, page 36)

    Create a requirement to build, deploy, and maintain IHR infrastructure at points of entry. (Appendix 10)


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