Good News! WHO Pandemic ‘Treaty’ Voted Down
By David Kurten
16,974 views May 31, 2022 The proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations 2005 were voted down by the majority of WHO member nations in their Geneva summit last week.
Here’s what others had to say:
David, we need people like you with the balls to speak up. Too many cowards in office.
God bless Africa and these other counties.
These people need to be arrested for crimes against humanity!!
Thank goodness things are starting to go in the right direction. Thank you David for keeping us up to date.
The leaders shouldn’t have put their countries up for this in the first place. They are few and we are many, and us mere peasants MUST stand up against tyranny at all cost.
THANKYOU AFRICA, BRAZIL, MALAYSIA, CHINA, RUSSIA AND ALL OTHERS WHO VOTED AGAINST THIS.
That was due to the people signing petitions. Power to the people !!
It is good news and yes, who would have thought that tyrannies and third world countries would be showing us freedom’s path.
Great news David. One step at a time in the right direction!
Thanks for bringing this brilliant news to us , David. Maybe, the enemy (WEF, WHO, etc) is starting to realise that they are not so powerful as they once thought. Thanks to the African nations for defeating this. They have a good instinct.
I hope and pray that the criminals behind this are finally brought to justice and the entire world learns the truth.
Big step in the right direction! However as the EU perfected and what UN certainly has the ability to is to repackage and rename these policies time and time again till the finally get their way. Let’s hope our opinions get more mainstream in that time to finally put an end to this.
Great news! Thank you for letting us know David, and a big thank you to those African countries in the fight for freedom. A victory, but we must now stay ever vigilant.
Thank you Africa and all others who voted this down. I’d never have believed a few years ago that our country would want to be part of something like this. It feels like there is a long way to go, but this is a good step for democracy and common sense.
This is great news David we still have to be vigilante to the WEF policies
Thank goodness for that, I just hope they don’t bring it up again, but they will try Ive no doubt.