Countries can reject WHO regulations concerning pandemicsWed 9:24 am +01:00, 25 May 2022 2
Article 22 of WHO Constitution
Regulations adopted pursuant to Article 21 shall come into force for all
Members after due notice has been given of their adoption by the Health
Assembly – except for such Members as may notify the Director-General of
rejection or reservations within the period stated in the notice.
Which political parties stand to reject the WHO regulations concerning pandemics?
Are there any?
There is only one in the UK – the English Democrats.
Why isn’t everyone joining them and/or voting for them?
When the choice is something, or nothing, go for something.
Major parties when they feel threatened by the growth of a small party start to mirror their policies.
That’s why the UK still has a currency, and we have a chance for a complete Brexit.
This time the relevant party doesn’t get any main media at all, as the BBC and Murdoch want them sidelined.
Yet yesterday they appeared on GB News. Their time has come.
“Which political parties stand to reject the WHO regulations concerning pandemics?
Are there any?
There is only one in the UK – the English Democrats.”
You’re probably right. I wrote to my Commons MP John Lamont and Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care Humza Yousaf stating my views and complaint regarding any signing of the Who Pandemic Treaty. That was on the 16th May and as of today I await their reply.
I might be wrong but I expect a reply from both ministers after the Treaty is signed by UK Prime Minister on 28th May stating how great and wonderful it will be and there is nothing to worry about. Aye, and they can pull the other leg, it plays jingle bells.
I agree Gordon, it’s a done deal. I wrote to my MP too, but felt it was a futile gesture. Yes they’ll claim it’s all singing and dancing. Then the £10,000 fines for non compliance will start, or the need for vaccine passports to buy food.