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Vote scheduled March 22 2024

Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2024.

Courtesy of Sovereignty Coalition:

Tell your federal representative, senators and Senate, House, and Appropriations leaders to defund the WHO and subject the pandemic treaty to a Senate review and vote. Take action now.


The World Health Organization (WHO), led by its Director-General Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, who is himself subservient to the CCP, is finalizing documents that would allow the WHO to dictate global public health policy. The result will be a crushing of national sovereignty and individual medical freedoms in the United States and the world.
The WHO would accomplish this via a Pandemic Treaty and by amending International Health Regulations that would oblige the U.S. and 195 other nations to submit to whatever its Director-General deems to be an actual or potential “Public Health Emergency of International Concern” (PHEIC). All Member Countries must also carry out whatever the Director-General determines is the appropriate response. Such PHEICs can include perceived “health” emergencies other than pandemics, including for example: climate change, reproductive health, immigration, gun violence or even potential emergencies involving plants, animals or ecosystems.

After Tedros and the World Health Organization’s catastrophic mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is utterly unacceptable to give the WHO still more, let alone binding, control over our public health to impose the same measures—based on the China model—that failed so spectacularly last time. Considering the enormity of the stakes, preventing our country from being subjected to such medical tyranny masquerading as “global health and pandemic preparedness” has taken on critical urgency. Neither instrument can be fixed, as they violate our Constitution and trample our rights as citizens of our federal democratic republic.

Consequently, if the United States is to be spared such an unacceptable surrender of its national sovereignty – with all that portends for its people, their freedoms, and well-being, Congress must insist that the United States exit the World Health Organization, defund its operations, and not be bound by any WHO treaties or regulations.

Thankfully, the House Appropriations Committee included two provisions in the State/Foreign Operations bill to defund the WHO and prevent any funds from going to the WHO to implement any international agreement, convention, protocol, or legal instrument until such document is ratified by a 2/3 vote of the United States Senate. This language is in Sections 7048(k) and (l) of H.R. 4665 (118th Congress).* This bill passed the full House on September 28, 2023.


We need to act now, however, to alert key leadership that we are watching the vote on March 22, which will determine whether the final State and Foreign Operations appropriations package retains the House-passed language to defund the World Health Organization and to require that the Pandemic Treaty be subject to a Senate Vote.

Take two minutes to tell your federal representative, senators and Senate, House, and Appropriations leaders to defund the WHO and subject the pandemic treaty to a Senate review and vote.

* 1. H.R. 4665 (118th Congress) |

Sections 7048 (k) and (l) of H.R. 4665 (118th Congress)

(k) World Health Organization.—None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available by this Act may be made available for the World Health Organization.

(l) International conventions.—None of the funds provided by this Act shall be made available to implement or support any international convention, agreement, protocol, legal instrument, or agreed outcome with legal force drafted by the intergovernmental negotiating body of the World Health Assembly or any other United Nations body until such instrument has been subject to the requirements of article II, section 2, clause 2 of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the advice and consent of the Senate, with two-thirds of Senators concurring.

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