The WHO is there, but so is the voice of We the People.
Last Friday we ran an article drawing attention to the World Health Assembly, particularly a set of amendments that were poised to cede U.S. sovereignty to the World Health Organization (WHO). Yesterday we ran another article that again addressed the importance of vigilance in this worldwide information war, including the goings-on at the World Economic Forum.
It turns out that there was an enormous grassroots effort to nix this plan by the WHO–and it apparently has worked.
When news of Joe Biden’s plan was released in early May, Dr. Peter Breggin, an acclaimed reformer in the field of psychiatry, helped lead the charge for Americans to fight back.
Breggin writes that the planning for the amendments “has been so stealthy that it might have escaped attention except for the efforts of one individual,” author, researcher and activist James Roguski.
Roguski [had] a website through which citizens can comment to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – the deadline [was] Friday morning at 10 a.m. Eastern. A separate form allow[ed] citizens to sign a petition demanding the amendments be withdrawn.
Take special note of the bold part above–these globalists want to carry on their nefarious plans without anyone knowing. This is where they can pass things without resistance. This is where they can shame people as conspiracy theorists if they have the audacity to challenge them.
Of course it becomes impossible to dub thousands or millions of people “conspiracy theorists,” and that is what we have been talking about so much recently with this great American revival.
We the People must fight for our country. We must fight for our world.
Roguski most certainly did that, and we are proud to have been a small part of that sweepingly positive move in the right direction. He asserts that the withdrawal of the amendments simply appears to be a product of “the massive response from people all over the world in opposition to the amendments to the International Health Regulations, along with legal actions in the U.K. (and a whole lot of prayer).”
A whole lot of prayer, indeed. A turn to God. Scott McKay discusses this beautifully in his article about the Uvalde tragedy this week.
The only amendment not to be nixed decreases the period of time in which a country can withdraw its vote on an amendment from 18 months to six months. This means that these issues will likely arise again, which makes it all the more important to keep paying attention. The WHO’s ultimate objective is to push leading nations to sign a global pandemic treaty.
It would give one single governing body the power to do everything destructive that occurred in 2020–and so much more. All in the name of safety and security.
Don’t believe the bullsh*t when it comes to you.
“Now is not the time to relax,” Roguski said. “They will keep trying to do this again in the future. We’ve got to stay vigilant.”
It seems that we, the United States of America, are the final frontier and the final hope to end globalism once and for all. We have embraced the fight and we continue to count on our many readers to join us in spreading the word. Good news can result from earnest action, our action–the action of a body of people that has revolution coursing through its veins.