I’ve read many articles on the World Health Organization’s attempt to take over the U.S. pandemic response through an accord that will allow it to impose vaccines, lockdowns, and essentially any restrictive measure it wants in the name of a virus. But nobody is talking about how the accord will give the WHO complete control over agriculture—wild and domesticated animals—and our food supply.
The WHO’s incoming chief scientist said on Monday governments should invest in vaccines for all strains of influenza that exist in the animal kingdom in case there’s an outbreak among humans.
Jeremy Farhar, who is leaving Wellcome to join the WHO later this year, said during a media briefing in terms of a potential pandemic event, H5N1 is a “big worry.”
Farrar warned the H5N1 (avian) influenza viruses are being allowed to circulate among poultry, wild birds, and mammals—and is the perfect way to “create something nasty.”
This should have your attention full stop because the WHO is gearing up to give itself the authority to declare pandemics and to control this country’s pandemic response. As I reported in a post published earlier today, the WHO has published a draft of the pandemic accord the Biden administration fully intends to enter into.
What I didn’t dive into is the concerning language that gives the WHO not only the authority to impose mandatory vaccines and lockdowns but allows it to use “viruses” in animals and the threat of a “pandemic” to take over U.S. livestock and our food supply.
The WHO is already letting us know they’re going to start with poultry—and you’re either going to allow your flocks to be controlled, surveilled, and vaccinated, or they’ll be killed so the viruses they don’t have won’t spread to people (or harm the environment). They are already laying the groundwork for this, and the authority they’ll derive this power from is the pandemic accord.
If you read through the 32-page draft of the accord, you’ll see how this document gives the WHO the authority to take control over U.S. agriculture and our food supply:
By signing onto the accord, a country acknowledges that “most emerging infectious diseases originate in animals, including wildlife and domesticated animals, then spill over to people.” (See p. 6) From the outset, they’re laying the foundation that “most infectious diseases” begin in animals; thus, their ability to regulate animals is within their purview.
Parties must reaffirm the importance of a “One Health approach” to detect and prevent health threats at the animal and human interface, “in particular zoonotic spill-over and mutations, and to sustainably balance and optimize the health of people, animals, and ecosystems.” (See p. 6)
In other words, a member state that signs on to the accord has to agree to drink the Kool-Ade. They don’t want member states dissenting, so everyone needs to “reaffirm” their loyalty to an initiative called the “One Health Approach,” whose scope includes the health of people, animals, AND ecosystems.
Parties must acknowledge “the creation of the Quadripartite” to “better address any One Health-related issue.”
Here, you see who will have the “authority” over food and agriculture. It’s not the United States Department of Agriculture, Congress, your states, landowners, or farmers. It’s not even your elected officials or U.S. citizens.
The draft states explicitly that the “Quadripartite” consists of the WHO—whose top three donors include the U.S., Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the People’s Republic of China—the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the World Organisation for Animal Health, and the United Nations Environment Programme.
By signing this accord, a country must commit to integrating a “One Health surveillance system [. . .] to identify and assess the risks and emergence of pathogens and variants with pandemic potential, in order to minimize spill-over events, mutations and the risks associated with zoonotic neglected tropical and vector-borne diseases, with a view to preventing small-scale outbreaks in wildlife or domesticated animals from becoming a pandemic (page 24).”
Furthermore, each party shall “foster actions at national and community levels that encompass whole-of-government and whole-of-society approaches to control zoonotic outbreaks (in wildlife and domesticated animals), including engagement of communities in surveillance that identifies zoonotic outbreaks and antimicrobial resistance at source.”
The sections that follow discuss how parties must enhance surveillance to “identify and report pathogens” and strengthen “infection prevention and control in health care settings and sanitation and biosecurity in livestock farms […].”
In other words, if you have your own animals, the WHO is going to know about it and have control over them because . . . viruses.