We have talked about the #ExitTheWHO campaign many times. Our February 2023 article provides specifics about the potential dangers of the World Health Organization (WHO) to New Zealand. This includes the rationale for stopping the WHO Convention, Agreement or Other International Instrument on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response (WHO CA+, also referred to as the WHO Treaty), and many of the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR), as well as what actions we can take.
Recently a citizen journalist approached Greg Fleming, standing for election in Maungakiekie. Part of their conversation has been shared on social media.
Greg had only been campaigning for ten weeks. Two questions were asked, which he answered with refreshing honesty. He was surprised to learn that covid vaccine mandates remain in place for health care workers in New Zealand, and he didn’t know of the WHO Treaty that the New Zealand government seem to be signing. This is a sure sign that there has been no public consultation.
If any of our readers know how to contact Greg, we would love to refer him to our article of 25 February 2023, written by an NZDSOS doctor, Te Whatu Ora’s Planned Covid-19 Vaccination Policy: An Informative Critique. Plans are being documented to ensure all employees are considered “fully vaccinated” with the Covid-19 products. Our doctor provided a comprehensive analysis as to why this makes no sense.
Greg was confident in his reassurances that despite signing up for international treaties, New Zealand does not cede sovereignty, and that being signatory to an international agreement does not legally bind us to follow directives. This seems a fair assumption to make given that throughout New Zealand’s history as a democratic nation, it has always seemed so.
However, we are transitioning into different times, which are going to be very difficult, perhaps no more so than for those with political career aspirations who remain under the assumption that the usual rules of democracy are in place. As doctors we are concerned about the WHO and other issues relating to public health. However, as this rolls out there are other institutions involved in similar power grabs relating to issues not specific to health, such as our education systems, energy resources, banking systems, and rights to travel. Organisations overseeing this globalist agenda are collaborating together, and include but are not limited to, both the United Nations and World Economic Forum (WEF).
This week Prime Minister Chris Hipkins attended the WEF 14th Annual Meeting of the New Champions (also known as “Summer Davos”) in Tianjin city, China. As a panelist in the second conference session, Braving the Headwinds: Rewiring Growth Amid Fragility, Hipkins outlined New Zealand’s plans for increasing ‘sustainable’ policies. Other panelists claimed urgency and a need for serious economic policy changes to ensure sustainability for humanity and the planet before it is too late. As one planned crisis ends, another moves in.
An hour after his panel appearance, Hipkins was seated front row at the opening plenary session addressed by WEF Chairman Klaus Schwab and the Chinese Communist Party’s Premier of the People’s Republic of China, Li Qiang.
We have been discouraged from speaking about the WEF throughout the Covid pandemic. Did they have anything to do with events over the past three years? Was there ever a plan to centralise power or concentrate profits by closing the world down and mandating experimental products on the population? Are those who ask these questions or who develop an opinion to the affirmative, really a danger to society? Do we really need our government to fund our media? Do we really need ‘disinformation projects’ (from New Zealand to the UK and beyond) to ensure that only “safe” information is disseminated? Is this what democracy looks like?
Knowledge that our political representatives are active WEF attendees is being absorbed into public consciousness now. Live viewing of all sessions is available, where we can learn how they plan “to keep us safe”.
One is prompted to think of the fable of the boiling frog. If you place him in a pot of boiling water he’ll jump out. If you put him in tepid water and slowly turn the heat up, he won’t perceive the danger until it’s too late. The masses may not have accepted our elected representatives engaging in a corporatised public-private institution had it been revealed too suddenly. For those who chose to look, the clues have been staring us in the face for some time.
Nick Hudson of Pandata explained succinctly near the beginning of this interview with Glen Jung at Bright Light News, why centralised power inevitably leads to censorship, which removes all mechanisms for error correction. The unavoidable outcome of this is totalitarian control.
In April 2023 the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) of the WHO CA+ met to continue work on the draft agreement. Delegates are identified by the nation they represent, and their names are not displayed. Do you know who the New Zealand delegate was/is? We have cause to believe she is not an elected representative of the New Zealand people. See here for more questions of relevance to all New Zealanders.
A useful document to assist anyone in understanding the need for a proactive strategy to #ExitTheWHO, especially aspirational politicians who may find themselves responsible for resolving this crisis, is found in our 19 April 2023 article, Rejecting Monopoly Power Over Public Health: A World Council for Health Report. The report describes the WHO plans, including authorisation to act as a supranational, centralised power over nation states. It also offers practical solutions which can be implemented once enough political support is garnered.
The time to act is now. We must demand that our representatives not only #ExitTheWHO, but that they extricate themselves from the corporatism being established through public-private partnerships for their own benefit, at the expense of the people they purport to represent. We need transparency and appropriate public consultation.
How Can We #ExitTheWHO?
Time is of the essence as it is clear that our political leaders, bureaucrats and powerful corporate entities are actively engaging in globalist plans including, but not limited to, the WHO CA+ and IHR amendments.
- Become informed and tell as many people as you can.
- Contact your political representatives and inform them. Ask what action they are taking to protect New Zealand.
- Use your mobile technology and become a citizen journalist: make contact with people who need to know this information and have a conversation with them. Share it to social media.
- Demand transparency. Who are New Zealand’s representatives at the WHO CA+ Intergovernmental Negotiating Body? Why are their names not made public?
- Sign the petitions to #ExitTheWHO, and share them with everyone you can.