“And now is a moment when things are changing. We’re going to – there will be a new world order, and we must lead it. And we must bring the rest of the free world together in order to do so,” Joe Biden announced at a Business Roundtable’s CEO Quarterly Meeting.
Is ‘world government’ on the way to your neighborhood? According To An Op-Ed Contributed by Daniel Horowitz of TheBlaze, such a prospect may be on the horizon. It was recently discovered that members of the Biden administration quietly submitted several changes to a 2005 global health measure between the WHO and the United States.
The changes in question are intended to be considered at a forthcoming May 22 meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland, where it is hoped that “public health” policies will be discussed. Among the attendees are 129 nations, including the United States. Taiwan, as usual for the WHO, will be the only country who will not attend.
In January, the World Health Organization’s Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus explained the treaty’s aim: “to rapidly strengthen WHO as the leading and directing power on global health, and the center of our worldwide health architecture.” He added that “we all want a world where science triumphs over misinformation.”
“We are all part of the same world, with one health and one WHO.”
Dan Horowitz discussed the Biden administration’s changes to the international health regulations from 2005, which he said included eliminating a crucial phrase from Article 9: “WHO shall consult with and attempt to get verification from the nation in whose territory the event is happening…”
Another modification states that if a US jurisdiction does not accept an offer of collaboration within 48 hours, the WHO “should immediately transmit with other States Parties any information available to it.”
“The Biden administration wants emergency proclamations to be mandated and want any dissenting views eliminated,” Horowitz concluded.