A new treaty by the WHO may lead to a return of lockdowns and other Covid-era restrictions.
Ministers in England are concerned about a new treaty being proposed by the World Health Organization (WHO) that may allow it to control member states in a way that has never been seen before.
The proposed treaty will allow the WHO to impose lockdowns, mandate vaccines, and censor the internet to combat “misinformation,” as reported by the Telegraph.
Concern is that the WHO will have complete control over its member states, allowing for a repeat of the numerous civil rights violations that were suffered by large swaths of the world’s population during the Covid pandemic.
Numerous British MPs have raised their voice to object to the new proposal, one of them being Danny Kruger. Kruger is the Conservative MP for the riding of Devizes in England.
The MP has objected to the new treaty by the WHO, stating:
“Coordination and cooperation in a public health emergency is sensible but ceding control over health budgets and critical decision-making in a pandemic to an unelected international organisation seems profoundly at odds with national autonomy and democratic accountability.”
While most restrictions put in place during the Covid pandemic have been lifted, many people are still recovering from the damage caused by lockdowns.
Others are grappling from job loss, or in some cases injury or death, in relation to vaccine mandates.
There is genuine fear that governments, or other organizations, will seize upon future pandemics to deprive people of their liberties.
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