WHO pandemic treaty
On Tuesday 28/3/23 Senator Malcolm Roberts asked the Australian Senate to inquire into the WHO's Pandemic Treaty. The request was refused, narrowly, but we won't give up.
Elon Musk started this recent conversation about W.H.O.'s overreach, tweeting his 132 million Twitter followers, ‘Countries should not cede authority to WHO’ in response to a video of One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts criticising W.H.O.
'Countries aren't ceding sovereignty to @WHO', was then the outrageous response void of transparency from Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Tedros dug his hole deeper by adding, 'If any politician or businessperson, or anyone at all is confused about what the pandemic accord is and isn't, we would be more than happy to discuss it and explain it.'
Why did the Senate vote to reject a pandemic treaty inquiry if W.H.O. and the Australian Government have nothing to hide? The truth needs exposure, and together we can get Senators to reconsider their stubborn and arrogant position.
Other Senator’s co-signed the motion. But, the inquiry was blocked by Senators from the Labor/Greens alliance and Senators Pocock and Thorpe. Watch the betrayal below.
To the Honourable President and Members of the Senate in Parliament assembled
The petition of the undersigned shows:
We request the Australian Senate conduct an inquiry into the World Health Organization’s pandemic treaty, also known as the pandemic prevention, preparedness and response accord.
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