The WHO’s International Health Regulations Review Committee (IHRRC) recently met to finalize the proposed IHR amendments, which will further enable Covid medical tyranny (including vaccine passports) and empower international bureaucracy at the expense of American sovereignty. The World Health Assembly would then consider these amendments at its next meeting in late May. Contact your state legislators, urging them to use their rightful authority under the U.S. Constitution to nullify this power grab!
The World Health Organization (WHO) is negotiating a global pandemic treaty and considering dangerous amendments to its International Health Regulations (IHR) — these will further enable Covid medical tyranny while amounting to yet another step toward a one-world government. State governments can and should nullify these tyrannical schemes.
On December 1, 2021, the World Health Assembly agreed to begin “a global process to draft and negotiate” an agreement “to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.”
The WHO released a working draft of its proposed “pandemic treaty.” This draft would be a major step toward world government; it emphasizes “solidarity,” meaning “[i]ntensified international cooperation,” and it floats increased “collaboration and cooperation across the United Nations system and other international and regional intergovernmental organizations and non-State actors and bodies as a means of strengthening the [agreement’s] implementation.” Furthermore, it promotes “universal health coverage” and could threaten free speech. Last, but not least, the WHO stated that it could expand the agreement’s scope to go beyond pandemics, and be implemented at the UN level. This treaty threatens our God-given freedoms protected by the Constitution.
Any “pandemic treaty” is a threat for the following reasons:
- It will further erode U.S. national sovereignty, giving foreign bureaucrats greater control over domestic policy. It would also amount to yet another step toward a tyrannical one-world government.
- It will further expand the WHO’s ability to dictate health policy worldwide, making it easier for the Deep State to impose its tyrannical “health” measures on the global populace.
- It will enable the creation of global “health passes,” thereby restricting travel and certain activities to only those who have been vaccinated or who are in compliance with the WHO’s “health” dictates. These so-called “health passes” will further compromise individuals’ medical privacy and lay the groundwork for a biomedical security regime.
- Enable “global coordinated actions” to censor those who dissent from the Deep State’s narratives — all in the name of “public health.”
- American taxpayer money would likely be diverted to enable the implementation of the treaty’s dictates.
This is not the only WHO threat to liberty. Additionally, the U.S. proposed amendments to the WHO’s International Health Regulations (IHR). These amendments would also strengthen the WHO’s ability to take unilateral actions and meddle in countries’ internal affairs, and they could lead to an expansion of the CDC’s power to detain Americans for medical reasons. Although the WHO temporarily withdrew most of the amendments, it is still planning on amending the IHR and submitting similar amendments to be voted on in May 2023. Additionally, the WHO continues to work on its proposed pandemic treaty and could potentially merge the IHR amendments into it. These amendments, combined with the proposed pandemic treaty, constitute a massive threat to liberty by the WHO.
The Deep State, which weaponized Covid to implement its tyrannical agenda, has been pushing for a global pandemic treaty for some time already. For example, in an April 3, 2020 op-ed, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger stated that, “Addressing the necessities of the moment must ultimately be coupled with a global collaborative vision and program.” Additionally, Bill Gates has called for strengthening the WHO, while the organization’s own director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has called for a “stronger” and “empowered” WHO.
The Solution: State Nullification
The WHO’s pandemic treaty must be stopped — and the states have a key role in doing this. Rather than sitting back and being complacent, state legislators must take bold action to nullify any WHO agreement.
Nullification is firmly grounded in the text of the U.S. Constitution. Specifically, Article VI duty bounds state legislators — along with members of Congress and judges — by their oath to “to support this Constitution.”
Article VI also states: “This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof … shall be the supreme Law of the Land.” (Emphasis added.) State legislators are required to uphold and implement only those laws that are “made in Pursuance” to the Constitution. Any laws not “made in Pursuance thereof” are therefore not the supreme Law of the Land and as such state legislators are under no obligation to enforce or carry out their provisions. Instead, they should interpose, or nullify, such laws within the boundaries of their state. And this stipulation applies to the treaty-making power. Treaties must also be subject to, and bound by, the limitations of the Constitution.
In a letter, dated September 7, 1803, then-President Thomas Jefferson wrote: “I say the same as to the opinion of those who consider the grant of the treaty making power as boundless. if it is, then we have no constitution.” This was further affirmed by the Supreme Court of the United States, in Reid v. Covert (1957), in which the Court correctly ruled:
It would be manifestly contrary to the objectives of those who created the Constitution, as well as those who were responsible for the Bill of Rights – let alone alien to our entire constitutional history and tradition – to construe Article VI as permitting the United States to exercise power under an international agreement without observing constitutional prohibitions.
The Court further explained, “It would be completely anomalous to say that a treaty need not comply with the Constitution when such an agreement can be overridden by a statute that must conform to that instrument.” Even the most constitutionally-egregious pandemic treaty would be powerless under Article VI. If the U.S. Senate ratifies the WHO’s proposed treaty, states must nullify its enforcement.
Nullification of the WHO’s pandemic treaty wouldn’t be the first time the states have taken such bold action. Among multiple other examples, Alabama in 2012 enacted a strong law banning the implementation of the UN’s Agenda 21 (now Agenda 2030) in the state. Multiple other state legislative chambers passed similar bans.
Contact your state legislators and urge them to enact strong legislation fully preventing the implementation and/or enforcement of the WHO’s proposed pandemic treaty, along with the proposed amendments to the WHO’s IHR. State governments have an important role in preserving liberty — we cannot afford for them to squander it.