Vanuatu MPs Outraged That Who Is Planning To Overtake VANUATU’s Sovereignty
“Vanuatu must not entertain any treaty to expand the powers of the WHO in Vanuatu in times of Pandemic in the near future,” said Andrew Napuat, MP for Tanna Constituency.
Vanuatu MPs have become aware of efforts of the World Council for Health (WCH) a coalition of scientists, doctors, lawyers, and civil society advocacy organizations opposing the World Health Organization (WHO)’s moves to implement a power grab in the form of a global pandemic agreement.
“The WHO must pack up and get out of Vanuatu now” said John Salong, MP for Ambrym Constituency.
The Port Vila Minister’s Fraternal, a network of Independent Church Pastors in Port Vila, Vanuatu have called on their congregation members to pray against Principalities, Powers, Spiritual Wickedness in High Places and Rulers of Darkness from challenging the sovereignty of Vanuatu.
The people of Vanuatu have suffered terribly from policy advice of the WHO in relation to COVID19 since March 2020. The service sector which was 40% of the economy has practically collapsed. Around 50% of the population has been vaccinated with COVID19 vaccines. Many of the vaccinated have had adverse reactions to the vaccines and turned to the pastors to pray for their respective healings.
People of Vanuatu have come to realize that Vanuatu has been captive to the WHO from March 2020 until March 2022. On the advice of the WHO adverse reactions to the COVID19 vaccines have not been recorded nor published by the Ministry of Health.
“We have had a stomach full and do not need to continue being bound by the WHO rules”, said Job Andy, MP for Paama Constituency.
The MPs and Pastors recall the independence speech of the first PM, late Dr Walter H Lini who said in 1980 that “We are entitled to hope that we shall be able to exercise freedom of choice in other words Independence in the ways which we provide public services and change our society as we develop. At the same time, we have to face the fact that there may be external pressures on us both from large companies and foreign governments to conform to their ideas rather than our own where the two may differ.”