We are Door to Freedom, a new organization formed to help people make sense of a rapidly changing and often confusing world.
We also want to inform you about the efforts of the W.H.O. to take over management of public health emergencies. The W.H.O. is proposing to govern how pandemics and other public health emergencies are handled in the future. It would prescribe uniform medical treatments and restrictions for all—worldwide.
The way this would be achieved is through 2 new legal documents that are now being negotiated: a Pandemic Treaty and Amendments to its existing International Health Regulations.
We are providing you with all the tools you need to understand what the W.H.O. is doing.
What is the W.H.O. Doing?
We are concerned that a Pandemic Treaty and amendments to an existing treaty – the International Health Regulations (2005 version) – would put the W.H.O. in charge of managing the world’s healthcare. This would occur whenever the W.H.O. declares a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, or even the potential for such an emergency. Not only that, but the W.H.O. amendments remove our civil rights.
To help everyone understand what is happening at the W.H.O., we have posted copies of the Pandemic Treaty and International Health Regulations amendment drafts for you to review.
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What is going on with the W.H.O., the Pandemic Treaty, the International Health Regulations, and the U.N.?
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