Governors Sound the Alarm on WHO’s Pandemic Treaty


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In a move that has set the political world abuzz, two dozen governors have raised their voices against the Biden administration’s plans to sign the World Health Organization’s Pandemic Treaty. They warn that the treaty’s fine print could empower Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus with unprecedented authority, including the right to “force jab” vaccine-hesitant Americans.

A Letter to Biden: No Deal with Globalists

In a fiery open letter addressed to President Biden, the governors insist that the United States must reject any deal with the global health body. They argue that the treaty would enable the WHO to unilaterally declare global health emergencies, enforce lockdowns, and mandate vaccinations across the United States. This, they claim, would effectively transfer decision-making power from American lawmakers to an international organization.

Negotiations in Progress: A New World Order in Health?

Health officials from WHO’s 194 member states are still hammering out the details of this contentious agreement. The treaty is touted as a means to enhance global cooperation and coordination against future pandemics—an idea championed by high-profile figures like Bill Gates and Dr. Tedros. The final text of the treaty is expected to be discussed at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, from May 27 to June 1.

A Historic Power Grab

Should the treaty be finalized, it would mark the largest expansion of the WHO’s power since its inception in 1948. Governors such as Ron DeSantis of Florida and Greg Abbott of Texas argue that this move would “undermine national sovereignty, infringe upon states’ rights, and jeopardize constitutionally guaranteed freedoms.”

An Assault on American Freedoms

The governors’ letter, dated May 22, warns that the treaty’s objective is to empower the WHO, particularly its “uncontrollable Director-General,” to restrict the rights of U.S. citizens. The letter outlines potential threats to fundamental freedoms, including speech, privacy, travel, medical choice, and informed consent—freedoms enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.

State Rights vs. Global Authority

The governors stress that public health policy should be a matter reserved for the states, not the federal government, and certainly not for international bodies like the WHO. The existing International Health Regulations, agreed upon in 2005 following the SARS outbreak, already dictate countries’ responsibilities during health crises. However, the governors argue that these regulations, while sufficient for regional issues like Ebola, were inadequate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tedros’s Vision: A Global Vaccine Redistribution

Dr. Tedros has highlighted the inequalities exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which he describes as creating a “vaccine apartheid.” Under Article 12 of the draft treaty, about 20% of tests, treatments, and vaccines would be reserved for the WHO to distribute to poorer countries—a move designed to ensure equitable access during future health emergencies.

A Second Health Accord: Lessons from Tobacco Control

If finalized, this treaty would become only the second global health accord, following the 2003 Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, which combated smoking through taxes and advertising regulations. Writing for Al Jazeera, Tedros described the new treaty as a “life-saving tool” to ensure no one is left behind when the next pandemic strikes. He urged politicians to choose “global cooperation, not narrow nationalism.”

Biden Administration’s Hesitation

Despite the push from the WHO, the Biden administration appears to have reservations about the treaty. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has expressed concerns that American companies could lose their intellectual property rights to international competitors like China. Addressing Congress, Blinken noted a lack of consensus on the treaty and indicated that it was unlikely negotiations would conclude successfully within the current timeline.

Tedros’s Legacy at Stake

As the six-day assembly approaches, the world watches to see if Tedros can secure this landmark agreement. This could define his legacy midway through his second term, having already become a prominent figure during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conclusion: A Divisive Debate

As the governors’ voices grow louder, the debate over the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty intensifies. Will the United States relinquish some of its sovereignty for the promise of global health security, or will it hold fast to its constitutional principles? Only time will tell, but one thing is clear: the stakes are higher than ever.

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