WHO Adopts Pandemic Censorship Rules

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially adopted social control rules pioneered by Western governments during COVID, most alarmingly censorship of critics. These new rules come as amendments to an agreement known as the International Health Regulations.

The new international rules, originally proposed by the Biden administration to strengthen cooperation and information sharing during future pandemics, closely reflect Biden’s policies during the COVID-19 pandemic. They give the international health agency broad new powers not only to declare and manage future pandemics, but also the power to ban speech and impose digital health passports.

The amendments list “addressing misinformation and disinformation” among the essential “core capacities” that countries need in order to prepare for future pandemics. The amendments give the WHO the authority to coordinate and guide how countries develop such a censorship regime.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Biden administration and other Western countries ordered the suppression of health information that may have been at odds with World Health Organization bulletins.

C-Fam has embarked on a new project — the Center for Political Speech — that will examine and expose what we call the Matrix of Suppression, the efforts by governments to control the global debate on a whole host of issues. The first Friday Fax story today is a part of this new program.

The greatly feared World Health Organization (WHO) pandemic treaty has ground to a halt, but what has not halted are new rules attached to the international health regulations that include the power of global institutions to impose censorship regimes on any critic of future health guidelines. These new censorship rules, originally cooked up by the Biden administration, were adopted through force in recent days.

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