Human rights activist Reggie Littlejohn has warned the American public that the World Health Organization (WHO) treaties are going to usher in tyranny in the United States.
According to Littlejohn, who is also the founder and president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, these agreements would subject Americans to WHO’s health policy mandates that could include quarantine detentions and censorship of dissenting health information.
“We are in the battle of our lives and we don’t know it,” Littlejohn said. “The thing is that this trap is coming down on us imminently, not in a matter of years, but in a matter of months, unless we do something about it.”
The said agreements are set to be decided on as early as May.
She elaborated on the provisions included in the two pending international accords – the proposed amendments to the WHO International Health Regulations (IHR) and a WHO pandemic agreement.
“Both of these are treaties because they affect national sovereignty. But the WHO refuses to call them a treaty because they don’t want to have to go through our treaty process,” Littlejohn said, noting a disturbing proposed amendment to the IHR that deleted an Article 3 clause designed to protect human rights and freedoms.
According to LifeSiteNews, the deleted clause required that “the implementation of these regulations shall be with the full respect for the dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons.”
She further noted that WHO has already collaborated with Deutsche Telekom “to create international, interoperable vaccine passports” that open the door to a Chinese-style social credit system “to be used as surveillance in every aspect of our lives.”
“So if these are combined with a central bank digital currency, and they are connected to our credit cards and bank accounts … they could just cut us off from our credit cards and our bank accounts,” the activist stressed.
Biden will empower WHO by approving the pandemic treaty
During the March 1 episode of his Brighteon.TV program “Thrive Time Show,” ReAwaken America Tour founder Clay Clark called viewers’ attention to President Joe Biden’s plan to commit the U.S. to WHO’s “legally binding” treaty.
The pandemic treaty now seeks ratification by all 194 WHO member states. This means that once a health emergency is declared, all signatories would submit to the authority of the WHO regarding treatments, government regulations, global supply chains and monitoring and surveillance of populations.
Clark explained how this treaty would affect people’s lives.
“Change No. 1: The overall nature of WHO would move from an advisory organization providing merely recommendations to a governing body as per Article 1 of that document,” he said. The second change, according to Clark, would expand the scope of IHR as draconian health rules can be imposed if they think something can potentially cause a global health issue.
The third change removes respect for dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms of people; the fourth change gives the WHO director-general control over the production of pandemic response products, such as face masks; the fifth change grants WHO the authority to require medical examinations, proof of prophylaxis and proof of vaccine and to implement contact tracing and treatments and change; the sixth change introduces a system of global health certificates in the form of paper format and digital; and the seventh change redirects unspecified numbers of billions of dollars to the pharmaceutical hospital emergency industrial complex with zero accountability.
Watch this episode of Brighteon.TV‘s “Thrive Time Show” where Clay Clark and Steve Shultz discuss Biden’s risky greenlighting of the WHO pandemic treaty.