World Health Organization’s (WHO) Pandemic Preparedness Agreement
The Biden Administration wants the U.S. to join the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Pandemic Preparedness Agreement. This is a bad idea.
The agreement would undermine U.S. sovereignty, giving WHO the right to declare future pandemics, as well as the authority to direct and coordinate international pandemic health policies. It would also potentially rob the U.S. of important resources, requiring that we surrender a minimum of 20 percent of our “pandemic-related products” to WHO for global redistribution.
WHO claims to be a medical authority while often promoting practices and policies that are not based in evidence, but political motivations. Why would the Pandemic Preparedness Agreement be any different?
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