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WHO boss wants money for pandemic treaty “security architecture”

Thomas Lambert

May 24, 2022

The boss of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, told members that he needs more financing to build a global “health security architecture” as nations are preparing to sign a controversial pandemic treaty. 

The UN entity met for the seventy-fifth World Health Assembly in Switzerland at the same time as the World Economic Forum assembled in Davos. 

On May 23, Ghebreyesus shared the WHO’s plan with the audience as he prepared to take on his second term as Director-General. True North reporter Cosmin Dzsurdzsa was the first to tweet a clip of the statement. 

“In consultation with member states, the secretariat has prepared a proposal for a more equitable, inclusive and coherent global architecture from the various reviews of the global response to the pandemic. The international accord which member states are now negotiating will provide a vital overarching legal framework under which we make ten recommendations in three key areas,” said Ghebreyesus. 

The areas outlined by the Director-General were an accountable coherent, and inclusive government, a stronger health emergency detection system, and domestic and international financing. 

“We need a stronger and sustainably financed WHO at the centre of the global health security architecture,” said Ghebreyesus. 

As the Counter Signal reported, the WHO also seeks to use the global treaty to censor what it calls “misinformation” about COVID-19. 

According to the WHO, governments will get help to “coordinate risk communication and infodemic management policies and strategies that ensure health and wellbeing at all times” to build “misinformation” resilience.

Candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada leadership Leslyn Lewis has warned that the treaty would essentially surrender Canada’s sovereignty over its healthcare system to the globalist organization should it be signed. 

“If 190 countries are getting together to put together the framework of a treaty and working on the treaty, and they have met twice already, in December and in March — that is not a theory, that is actually fact. And this is something that is happening, the WHO is proposing a global pandemic treaty, and that will limit a sovereign nation’s ability to set things such as when the borders will be closed, what kind of protective equipment will be used,” said Lewis. 

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