The Biden Administration is working overtime to turn over the entire U.S. health sovereignty to the World Health Organization. This issue is on the 2022 ballot even if most Americans do not see it listed.
Joe Biden is a Globalist and his administration has every intention of redefining the concept of health, like Fauci has redefined the definition of vaccinations, adding gene-therapy shots. Biden's administration has adopted the One Global Health umbrella combining humans, animals and plants.
This is all part of the Global Reset that Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum transhumanism groupies are pushing.
They are not just pushing seasonal universal vaccines for every coronavirus family virus that surfaces, but they are in the process of taking away health autonomy from every citizen across the globe, and putting it under the World Health Organization.
And, slowly but surely, evidence is emerging in this convoluted puzzle because Biden’s administration is reaching out to fellow globalists to weigh in on U.S. issues that is on Biden’s agenda for the U.S. 2022 elections. Abortion being one of them.
On the day that the U.S. Supreme Court released its abortion decision on June 24, more telltale signs surfaced.
“Now, with Roe gone, let’s be very clear: The health and life of women in this nation are now at risk,” President Biden stated when he addressed the nation.”
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, did too while attending a Commonwealth summit in Kigali, Rwanda.
“I am very disappointed, because women’s rights must be protected. And I would have expected America to protect such rights," Dr. Tedros told Reuters.
The significance of Tedros’ statement should not be lost. If the Biden Administration succeeds in handing over the U.S. health sovereignty to the W.H.O., Tedros and his regional directors will be deciding U.S. abortion policy at the W.H.O.
But, Tedros was not the only one. At the same Commonwealth summit, Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, weighed in.
"Look, I'll be absolutely clear with everybody. This is not our court. It's another jurisdiction. But clearly, it has massive impacts on people's thinking around the world. It's a very important decision. I've got to tell you, I think it's a big step backwards. I've always believed in a woman's right to choose and I stick to that view and that is why the UK has the laws that it does," Johnson told a news conference in Rwanda.
The significance of this being said in Kigali, Rwanda is huge. Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland recently and was on the same panel as Bill Gates when Gates stated that he did not see the point of mandated vaccinations since they do not stop the transmission of covid or prevent it.
Rwanda is ground zero in Africa for the World Economic Forum’s proclaimed Fourth Industrial Revolution. Pfizer has contracted with the Rwandan government and in the process of breaking ground for the production of vaccines. W.H.O., in conjunction with PHARMA, has its sight on the African continent because of their vaccination hesitancy and lower covid shots percentages.
The W.H.O, the World Economic Forum, and PHARMA are in lockstep on global vaccination policy and in bed with the United Nations Agenda 2030.
On the opening of the World Health Organization's opening day, the WHO made it very clear that they are focused on vaccinating all health care workers, those 60 years and older, and those with underlying conditions no matter what age globally.
And, interestingly enough more of those who graduated from the World Economic Forum’s Global Leader program also weighed in on the Supreme Court’s decision. They are some of the very world leaders agreeing with Joe Biden that the World Health Organization should oversee the world’s health policy.
“Abortion is a fundamental right for all women. It must be protected. I wish to express my solidarity with the women whose liberties are being undermined by the Supreme Court of the United States,” tweeted Emmanuel Macron, President of France.
Another Davos graduate, Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, who falsely accused the Canadian truckers of violence, took to Twitter too.
“The news coming out of the United States is horrific. My heart goes out to the millions of American women who are now set to lose their legal right to an abortion. I can’t imagine the fear and anger you are feeling right now,” wrote Trudeau.
And, Trudeau’s Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, Chrystia Freeland, who serves on one of the World Economic Forum’s boards also took to social media.
“I was shocked and horrified by today’s news from the United States. To all Canadian women and girls: abortion is a fundamental right. Feminists in our country fought for that right. And, it has made the lives of women and girls so much better. We will not let that right be undermined in Canada,” tweeted Freeland.
Freeland is also the Minister of Finance in Canada, who came up with the idea of freezing the banks accounts of those not only those truckers who drove to Ottawa to a stand against Trudeau’s draconian covid and masks mandates, but those who supported the truckers.
“One of the darkest days for women’s rights in my lifetime. Obviously the immediate consequences will be suffered by women in the US - but this will embolden anti-abortion & anti-women forces in other countries too. Solidarity doesn’t feel enough right now - but it is necessary, tweeted Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister.
“We cannot take any rights for granted. Social achievements are always at risk of going backwards and their defense has to be our day to day. Women must be able to decide freely about their lives,” announced Pedro Sanchez, Prime Minister of Spain.
“The right to abortion can either be banned or tightened in several US states after the US Supreme Court has now overturned the historic ruling from 1972 that surely American women have this right. This is a serious step backwards for women's rights,” said Jonas Gahr, Prime Minister of Norway.
Alexander De Croo, Prime Minister of Belgium also took to Twitter.
Banning abortion never leads to fewer abortions, only to more unsafe abortions. Belgium will continue to work with other countries to advance #SRHR everywhere.”
“My heart weeps for the girls and women of the USA. A huge setback. The right to a free abortion is one of the most fundamental rights there is. We must never compromise the unrestricted right of women to decide over their own bodies and future,” Frederiksen wrote Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of Denmark on Facebook.
“The right to legal and safe abortion is fundamental. To deprive women of their individual choice is a serious reversion of the protection of rights and health. Yesterday was a giant step back for girls and women in the US,” declared Magdalena Andersson, Prime Minister of Sweden.
And, of course, the United Nations weighed in as the W.H.O. is an agency of the U.N.
"Access to safe, legal and effective abortion is firmly rooted in international human rights law and is at the core of women and girls' autonomy and ability to make their own choices about their bodies and lives, free of discrimination, violence, and coercion. This decision strips such autonomy from millions of women in the US, in particular those with low incomes and those belonging to racial and ethnic minorities, to the detriment of their fundamental rights,” Michelle Bachelet, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights told CBS.
Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Norway, Spain, Scotland, France, and U.K., are some of the 47 countries in agreement with the Biden Administration in turning over their countries’ health sovereignty to the World Health Organization.
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