Pandemic Treaty:  World Health Assembly Set To Convene

Date: May 14, 2024
Host: Jim Schneider
​Guest: Mat Staver
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The 77th World Health Assembly takes place from May 27th through June 1st in Geneva, Switzerland.  The theme is, “All for health, health for all.”  This assembly is the main decision making body of the World Health Organization, comprised of 194 member states.

What this assembly has in store for us is what brought Mat Staver back to Crosstalk.  Mat is founder & chairman of Liberty Counsel.  He’s a constitutional attorney with three landmark cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.  He is an author and the host of the radio broadcasts Faith & Freedom and Freedom’s Call.

Mat noted that just a few years ago there were members of the U.S. Congress that believed the World Health Organization is merely an advisory organization and couldn’t be legally binding.  Is that really true?

First of all, what is the World Health Organization?  The WHO is a U.N. agency located in Geneva, Switzerland, that is pushing what Mat referred to as two different tracks.  One has to do with up to 300 amendments dealing with their international health regulations.  The other track involves the drafting of a brand new pandemic agreement/treaty.  The WHO is trying to get these passed by the 194 member nations of which the U.S. is one.  All they need is a simple majority of nations to agree to pass these regulations.  This would change the WHO from being an advisory body to one whose statements and advisories would be legally binding under international law on member nations.

Can President Biden unilaterally sign the U.S. under the WHO without approval from the U.S. Senate, and if so, why would he do it?  How could this be challenged?  What might this mean for our national sovereignty and freedom?  Is this the beginning of a one-world government under the rubric of world health care?  Hear the answers and then become informed so you can make a difference.

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