Losing our Sovereignty

Bit by bit, the goal is to cede sovereignty of every nation to a globalist agenda. This is one of the biggest attempts under the guise of “future pandemics”. Are you paying attention yet? 

This is another step marching us into medical tyranny.

It must be stopped.

The World Health Organization (WHO)  is a Specialized Agency of the United Nations.  The current draft of the WHO Pandemic Preparedness Treaty, fails to enshrine core human rights standards protected under international law, most notably the right to health and the right to benefit from scientific progress, therefore risking a repeat of the tragic failures during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

The drafting process has repeatedly failed to ensure effective and meaningful participation by all stakeholders, especially those from marginalized and criminalized communities. In early 2022, the Civil Society Alliance for Human Rights in the Pandemic Treaty drew attention to the need to ensure full participation in the drafting process. The negotiating body disregarded these calls. Instead, the draft reflects a process disproportionately guided by corporate demands and the policy positions of high-income governments seeking to protect the power of private actors in health including the pharmaceutical industry.

We only have until 27 May 2024. 

This is a time sensitive process and educate yourselves now to take effective action.

The US Congress is set to vote on the negotiations regarding new pandemic rules underway at the World Health Organization (WHO), aiming for a legally binding agreement to be adopted by May 2024 among the WHO’s 194 member nations. The USA should refrain from signing any treaty that could be amended without further approval. Given that WHO receives 82% of its funding from private sectors, granting these investors significant decision-making powers over governments poses a risk. Hence, The treaty could grant the World Health Organization (WHO) the authority to independently determine what constitutes a pandemic and make decisions regarding lockdowns, travel restrictions, and other measures. Our Country Our Choice views this agreement as having more drawbacks than advantages for any nation.

WHO pandemic treaty. How did we get here.

The history behind the World Health Organization (WHO) pandemic treaty can be traced back to various global health crises and the need for coordinated international responses.

Over 76% of the funding of World Health Organization comes from volunteers.  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation being of the largest entities providing the funding.

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Here is a summary of the key events and factors leading up to the development of the WHO pandemic treaty:

  1. Previous Pandemics: Throughout history, the world has faced several pandemics, such as the Spanish flu in 1918, the H1N1 influenza pandemic in 2009, and more recently, the COVID-19 pandemic. These events highlighted the gaps in global preparedness and response mechanisms.
  1. International Health Regulations (IHR): The IHR is a legal framework adopted by the WHO to enhance global health security. It outlines the responsibilities of countries in reporting public health events and recommends measures to prevent the international spread of diseases. However, the IHR’s effectiveness faced challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  1. COVID-19 Pandemic: The COVID-19 pandemic, which began in late 2019, exposed weaknesses in the global response to health emergencies. Issues such as delayed information sharing, unequal access to medical resources, and varying public health measures underscored the need for stronger international cooperation.
  1. Calls for Reform: In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were widespread calls for reforming global health governance. Many experts and policymakers advocated for a new international treaty specifically targeting pandemics, aimed at improving coordination, transparency, and equity in the response efforts.
  1. WHO Consultations: The WHO initiated consultations with member states, experts, and stakeholders to discuss the potential framework for a pandemic treaty. These consultations focused on key aspects such as early warning systems, data sharing, vaccine distribution, and access to medical supplies.
  1. Negotiations and Drafting: Building on the consultations, negotiations began among WHO member states to draft the text of the pandemic treaty. This process involved discussions on legal obligations, funding mechanisms, governance structures, and mechanisms for monitoring and evaluation.
  1. Target Adoption Date: The negotiations aimed to finalize the treaty by a target date, often mentioned as May 2024, for adoption by the WHO’s 194 member countries. The goal is to create a legally binding agreement that strengthens global pandemic preparedness and response capabilities.


It is absolutely certain that the potential risks associated with this WHO pandemic treaty far outweigh the benefits.

Our goal is to discourage the United States from joining the WHO pandemic treaty, as it could pose a significant threat to our national and private sovereignty. We suggest maintaining collaboration with the WHO as long as they continue their crucial work in safeguarding our health and well-being.

Numerous entities and government officials disseminated misleading information regarding the testing of Covid-19 vaccines. They were aware that these vaccines did not completely prevent the transmission of the virus. As a result, imposing numerous restrictions on unvaccinated individuals led to unnecessary harm to people and small businesses. They also knew that Covid-19 vaccines did not give immunity against contracting Covid-19.

  1. Loss of Sovereignty: One of the primary risks of the WHO pandemic treaty is the potential loss of national sovereignty. Granting the WHO significant decision-making powers could infringe on a country’s ability to make independent decisions regarding public health measures, including lockdowns, travel restrictions, and healthcare policies.
  1. Financial Burden: Participating in the treaty may impose a financial burden on member countries. This could involve increased funding obligations to support WHO initiatives and pandemic response efforts, potentially straining national budgets.
  1. Unequal Influence: The treaty could lead to unequal influence among member states, with larger and wealthier countries potentially exerting more control over decision-making processes. This may result in disparities in resource allocation and access to critical healthcare resources during pandemics.
  1. Limited Flexibility: Binding agreements within the treaty may limit countries’ flexibility to adapt and respond to evolving public health crises. Rigidity in protocols and guidelines could hinder the ability to implement tailored solutions based on specific national circumstances.
  1. Legal Obligations: Once a treaty is ratified, member states are bound by its legal obligations, which may include commitments that are difficult to fulfill or conflict with national laws and policies. This could lead to challenges in compliance and enforcement.
  1. Data Sharing Concerns: The treaty may raise concerns about data sharing and privacy, especially if it mandates the sharing of sensitive health information across borders. Ensuring adequate safeguards for data protection could be a challenge.
  1. Transparency and Accountability: There may be concerns about transparency and accountability within the WHO and the treaty’s decision-making processes. Lack of transparency could lead to distrust among member states and hinder effective collaboration.
  1. Impact on Private Sector: Increased involvement of the private sector in funding WHO activities, as seen with the majority of funding coming from private sources, could raise questions about conflicts of interest and influence over global health policies.
  1. Political Interference: The treaty could be susceptible to political interference, with certain agendas or interests influencing decision-making within the WHO and the treaty’s implementation, potentially undermining its effectiveness and impartiality.
  1. Public Perception and Trust: Controversies or disagreements surrounding the treaty’s provisions and implementation may erode public perception and trust in global health institutions like the WHO, impacting their ability to garner support and cooperation during future health crises.

These potential risks highlight the importance of carefully evaluating and negotiating the terms of any WHO pandemic treaty to ensure it effectively addresses global health challenges while respecting the sovereignty and interests of member states.

WHO Pandemic Treaty poses a significant threat.  The biggest danger arises from granting unknown private investors complete control over your health decisions and life.  We must stop it.  Join in the battle by clicking here.

China has implemented digital identity and digital currency systems, using them to exert complete control over its citizens. In addition to this control, Chinese authorities can isolate individuals in concentration camps if they refuse to take vaccines or contract the virus. The World Health Organization treaty could potentially grant the WHO similar authority over individuals as China currently possesses.

If you don’t want this to USA, please act now:

Together in substantial numbers, we have the power to prevent this from happening to our nation and to us.

Our livelihood and future is in play!

Here’s how you can contribute to the cause:

  1. Invest: Please consider becoming a supporting member. We need to recruit advocates to safeguard our sovereignty. We are battling for the future of humanity against malevolence. INVEST HERE
  2. Organization and Influencers: We invite all organizations and influencers worldwide to unite with us. If your organization actively opposes the W.H.O.Pandemic Treaty, kindly share links to your initiatives, and we’ll feature them on our website. We stand with everyone engaged in this crucial struggle. Please share your links via our social media accounts or email us at: [email protected].
  3. Sign the petition. 
  4. E-mail, call, tweet and tell your congress representative and senator NOT to sign the WHO pandemic treaty. Anyone who does MUST be voted out in 2024 elections. FIND YOUR HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE BY CLICKING HERE . FIND YOUR SENATOR BY CLICKING HERE. Contacting your congress member in social media is very effective?Using the steps above, navigate to the Congress members’ personal website to find links to their social media accounts, usually indicated by the icon of the social media platform and often located in the upper or lower left or right corners of the website homepage.CSPAN also maintains a list of members of Congress here:

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Our responsibility is to ensure that the USA refrains from signing the WHO pandemic treaty. We must prevent granting the WHO the authority and power that this treaty could provide.Here are some suggested actions to prevent the USA from joining the WHO pandemic treaty:

  1. Engage in Diplomatic Negotiations:  The USA can engage in diplomatic negotiations with other countries and the WHO to express concerns and advocate for changes in the treaty’s provisions that safeguard national sovereignty.
  1. Conduct Public Awareness Campaigns: Educate the public about the potential risks associated with the treaty and garner public support against joining it. Use media channels, public forums, and social media platforms to disseminate information.
  1. Lobbying Efforts: Work with policymakers, lawmakers, and influential stakeholders to lobby against the treaty. Highlight the drawbacks and potential threats to national interests in meetings, hearings, and discussions.
  1. Legal Review: Conduct a thorough legal review of the treaty’s text to identify any clauses or provisions that may undermine national sovereignty. Seek legal advice to develop strategies for addressing these concerns.
  1. Coalition Building: Build alliances with like-minded countries and organizations that share similar concerns about the treaty. Collaborate on joint statements, initiatives, and advocacy efforts to present a unified front against joining the treaty.
  1. Engage in International Forums: Participate actively in international forums and meetings where the treaty is discussed. Use these platforms to raise objections, propose amendments, and negotiate terms that align with national interests.
  1. Conduct Impact Assessments: Commission independent assessments to evaluate the potential impact of the treaty on various sectors such as healthcare, economy, and national security. Use these assessments to inform decision-making and advocacy efforts.
  1. Public Opinion Surveys: Conduct public opinion surveys to gauge the level of support or opposition to joining the treaty among the population. Use survey findings to tailor messaging and advocacy strategies.
  1. Monitor and Analyze Developments: Stay informed about developments related to the treaty, including negotiations, amendments, and ratifications. Continuously analyze the evolving situation to adapt advocacy strategies accordingly.
  1. Engage with WHO: Maintain open communication channels with the WHO to express concerns, provide feedback, and seek clarification on treaty-related matters. Advocate for a collaborative approach that respects national sovereignty while addressing global health challenges.

By implementing these actions, stakeholders can effectively voice their concerns, mobilize support, and work towards preventing the USA from joining the WHO pandemic treaty if it is deemed detrimental to national interests.

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