* TUCKER CARLSON WAS RIGHT * (UN LEAKED NEW DYSTOPIAN PLANS) – Global Authoritarianism
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- The WHO’s proposed changes to the IHR and pandemic treaty raise concerns about global authoritarianism.
- Human rights lawyer warns of a “massive power grab” that could violate international law.
- Free speech is under threat as central organizations seek to limit dissenting voices.
- Enlightenment ideals emphasize the importance of reason, truth, and free speech for societal progress.
- Misinformation and censorship hinder the pursuit of truth and impede societal advancements.
In a recent survey, the World Health Organization (WHO) emerged as the most trusted multinational organization, according to the Edelman Trust Barometer. However, recent concerns have arisen regarding proposed changes to the WHO’s International Health Regulations (IHR). These changes, if implemented, could pave the way for a global authoritarian state. Despite the increase in trust for the WHO in many countries, the negotiations surrounding the IHR and the proposed pandemic treaty have raised alarms about potential infringements on national sovereignty.
The negotiations surrounding the IHR and the pandemic treaty have taken place with the intention of regulating how nations prepare for and respond to future pandemic threats. Currently, the IHR allow the director-general of the WHO to declare a public health emergency anywhere in the world without the consent of the government involved. While agreement between the two parties is theoretically required, the director-general holds significant power.
The combination of the IHR and the proposed treaty could fundamentally alter the way the WHO responds to global health emergencies, potentially enabling the organization to override national sovereignty. Human rights lawyer Professor Francis Boyle has warned that these changes amount to a “massive power grab” and could potentially violate international law. He argues that the US federal and state governments should withdraw from the WHO immediately to safeguard against these dangers.
Professor Boyle cautions that either the proposed regulations or the treaty, if enacted, could establish a worldwide totalitarian medical and scientific police state controlled by the WHO. He believes that the WHO serves as a front organization for various influential entities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, Big Pharma, the biowarfare industry, and the Chinese communist government. According to him, these documents are truly dangerous and insidious.
While the proposed regulations would function within the current structure of the WHO, the treaty would establish a separate international organization. However, Professor Boyle argues that this distinction is merely superficial. Having examined both texts, he concludes that they share totalitarian characteristics and could lead to a medical and scientific police state beyond the control of national governments (Global Authoritarianism).
Furthermore, Professor Boyle asserts that the proposed WHO treaty violates the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. According to Article 18 of this convention, a treaty does not come into force upon signing; it only becomes enforceable when signatory states act in a manner consistent with its objectives. However, the WHO’s proposal suggests that the treaty would come into effect immediately upon signing. This provision raises concerns about the treaty’s insidious nature and disregard for established international norms.
Beyond the proposed changes to the WHO’s power, there is also a growing threat to free speech. The UN and WHO are implementing measures that could limit speech deemed as “hateful” or “misinformation.” The UN Secretary General has expressed concerns about the spread of hate and lies online, calling for coordinated global action to combat this perceived threat. However, the definition of hate speech and misinformation remains vague and subject to interpretation, which raises concerns about potential censorship and the suppression of dissenting voices.
The principles of free speech and Enlightenment ideals are crucial for societal progress. The Enlightenment Era marked a turning point in human history, emphasizing rationality, truth, and the pursuit of knowledge. Prior to this era, society was shrouded in darkness, relying on mysticism and irrational beliefs to understand the world. Superstitions, magic, and witchcraft were prevalent, hindering progress.
Enlightenment thinkers recognized the necessity of reason, evidence-based thinking, and the application of science to challenge conventional wisdom. Free speech, debate, discussion, and criticism were seen as indispensable tools for discovering truth and advancing society. These principles fostered scientific advancements, technological innovations, the rise of democracy, and the abolition of slavery.
However, the current wave of misinformation and attempts to limit speech stifles the pursuit of truth and goes against Enlightenment ideals. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the suppression of dissenting voices and the emergence of echo chambers, resulting in flawed and tyrannical policies without room for questioning or critical thinking.
Centralized organizations that impose their own dogmas and restrict free speech pose a significant threat to knowledge and societal progress. History has shown that even established media outlets can propagate misinformation, making their claims of being an undisputable dogma questionable. False predictions about climate change and the suppression of alternative viewpoints during the pandemic demonstrate the fallibility of such organizations.
The WHO’s proposed changes to the IHR and the pandemic treaty raise concerns about the potential erosion of national sovereignty and the establishment of a global authoritarian state. Additionally, the threat to free speech and the suppression of dissenting voices undermine Enlightenment ideals and the pursuit of truth. As individuals, we must remain vigilant, champion free speech, and critically assess information to safeguard against the encroachment of totalitarianism and the distortion of knowledge. By upholding the principles of the Enlightenment, we can ensure a society that values reason, progress, and the pursuit of truth.