The World Health Organization is Vying for U.S. Sovereignty with a New Pandemic Response Treaty

The World Health Organization is once again vying for the United States’ sovereignty and is inching America closer to global governance.

A new pandemic treaty titled the “WHO convention, agreement or other international instrument on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response (“WHO CA+”) is being debated and very soon may be ratified by the United States.

This treaty by the World Health Organization includes the surrendering of American intellectual property rights. The document states “real-time access by WHO to 20% of the production of safe, efficacious and effective pandemic-related products, including diagnostics, vaccines, personal protective equipment and therapeutics, to enable equitable distribution, in particular to developing countries, according to public health risk and need and national plans that identify priority populations.”

The WHO refers to “developing countries” and “priority populations” often in the charter. Which countries are recognized as “developing”? None other than China! The country that is responsible for the release of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many news outlets, like The Associated Press, are reporting that this treaty does not surrender U.S. sovereignty, but the language in the treaty makes it abundantly clear that the United States cannot determine its pandemic policies without kowtowing to our global overlords:

“States have, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations and the principles of international law, the sovereign right to determine and manage their approach to public health, notably pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and recovery of health systems, pursuant to their own policies and legislation, provided that activities within their jurisdiction or control do not cause damage to their peoples and other countries.”

America loses sovereignty when we join a global treaty. And as the WHO CA+ states, we can have our freedom to “determine and manage” our approach to public health, as long as it is “in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations and the principles of international law…”

In the news, Andrew covers:

  • The World Health Organization’s new pandemic response charter known as the WHO-CA+
  • George Washington’s Farewell Address and how our first president’s foreign policy can set America straight.
  • Eric Metaxas’ new book, Letter to the American Church, and why Christians must pray for revival and act on conviction.

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