Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
Yesterday was historic in Strasbourg, France, at the European Parliament with a special session chaired by German MEP Christine Anderson . A multinational team of lawyers, doctors, and concerned citizens leveled serious allegations to the legislative body about the World Health Organization, the EU’s pandemic response, and what the union should do now as time is ticking off on the WHO’s future plans to have dominion over all plants, animals, and humans bound by international law.
WHO Pandemic Treaty
The Member States of the World Health Organization (WHO) have assessed that international preparedness for pandemics and other health threats must be strengthened. At its special session in December 2021, the World Health Assembly decided to establish an intergovernmental negotiating body to prepare a treaty on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response . The intergovernmental treaty negotiations began in February 2022, and the treaty is set to be completed by May 2024.
The WHO’s International Health Regulations (IHR) are a key international agreements that covers measures to prepare for, and respond to, cross-border health threats. The aim of the future pandemic treaty is to further strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response internationally. Adopting the treaty will probably require a two-thirds majority of the WHO Member States, and the treaty will enter into force for a Member State when the State commits to it in accordance with its constitutional processes.
European Parliament Presentations
Introductions and summary remarks were given by MEP’s led by Christine Anderson. The prepared expert remarks were given to a quiet and serious chamber of MEP’s, staff, and citizens.