How We Want To Be
A Self-Organising Life
The joy of living. The health to spend time with loved ones, travel freely and pursue that which gives meaning to us.
Life purpose defined as “a self-organising life aim that stimulates goals, promotes health behaviours and gives meaning to life” is associated with longevity and improved physical health and function. In Japan, this is described a ikigai, something to live for, the joy and goal of living.
How the WHO Wants Us To Be
- Forced treatments aka mRNA injections
- Forced contact tracing
- Forced quarantine
- Governed by a non-elected legal body
- Limited access to healing medicines and supplements
- Global health certificates for vaccine, recovery, test certificates and locator forms
The WHO, IHR (2005) and the Advancing Agenda
NZDSOS has been at the fore in the fight to raise awareness about the WHO pandemic management framework which is being implemented through the international health regulations (IHR (2005)) and the proposed WHO Pandemic preparedness treaty.
Our most recent article detailed the proposed amendments to IHR (2005) that were advanced for consideration, by the Biden administration at the 75th World Health Assembly in May 2022. While the amendments proposed by the Biden administration were set aside, the WHO established a Working Group for amendments to the International Health Regulations (WGIHR). The 194 member states were directed to submit proposed amendments to IHR (2005) by the 30th of September 2022. In October 2022 the WHO appointed 18 members to the International Health Regulations Review Committee (IHRRC) to administer the negotiations in a private closed-door setting, with the exclusion of submissions or comment from the general public.
The WHO quietly made their 46-page draft document available online on the 18th of December last year. The International Health Regulations Review committee is meeting this week to work on their proposed amendments to IHR (2005). The draft is expected to be completed by Sunday the 15th of January. The aim ostensibly is to have it finalised in time for the 76th World Health Assembly in May this year.
The draft proposal contains some alarming changes, which carry significant implications for the relative station of human rights within the body of international law. The proposed changes to Article 3 include the removal of the stipulation that “the implementation of these regulations shall be with full respect for the dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons”. This definitive statement of intention, has been replaced with the rather more ill-defined and ambiguous semantics which typify the unctuous propositions of the emerging globalist order.
Further alarming amendments are described here. The WHO have always claimed to be working towards implementation of the proposed changes to IHR (2005) by 2024. However, if a completed working draft is ready, the WHO are positioned for expedited implementation, should they deem it necessary.
In shaping our approach, we should exercise vigilance and take a precautionary perspective, as the WHO may move to advance their timeline. We should be wary for the potential for implementation of the proposed amendments at the 76th World Health Assembly in May.
What We Can Do
Deciding that we want a “self-organising life”, a life of joy, purpose and health, will help to clarify our actions. Doing nothing will lead us down the road of misery. If we want a “self-organising life” we need to take a stand, resist and let the world know that we will not comply.
It seems overwhelming but so did the fight against big tobacco and industrial chemicals (think DDT). There are so many concerns and “causes” today that it can all get too much – access to energy, food and non-contaminated water, high cost of living, a failing medical system.
These concerns will pale into insignificance if the amendments to the World Health Organisation (WHO) International Health Regulation (IHR) (2005) become binding. These amendments are being discussed now, with the aim of producing a final draft by Sunday the 15th of January 2023.
We Need Your Help
We are a small team with much to do. Join us in fighting for the lives we all want to live.
- Talk to everyone you can. A groundswell of change takes a few small steps
- Use the open letter below based on James Roguski’s open letter and send it to every member of parliament by email and by snail-mail
- Talk to your member of parliament
- Form a local action group, start a petition and tell us about it, so we can help spread the word.
- Call in to talk-back radio and inform others
- Donate to help us in our work.