UN report pushes global government to “prevent future pandemics”, by Kit Knightly

And they used to laugh at people who said the UN would lead to one-world government. From Kit Knightly at off-guardian.org:

Global surveillance, “financial independence” and power to override national governments headline WHO’s recommended “reforms”.

A new report, published by the United Nations, has claimed the covid19 “pandemic” would have been prevented had the UN – and specifically the World Health Organizaion – been given more global authority.

The report is titled Covid19: Make it the Last Pandemic and are the published findings of the Independent Panel on Pandemic Preparedness and Response, which focuses on how the world can look to prevent “pandemics” in the future.

This “independent” panel is chaired by ex-New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, ex-President of Liberia Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and other political figures (including noted globalist David Miliband), and was established last May by WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. (How a report commissioned by the WHO, calling to give more money and power to the WHO can be called “independent” I don’t know.)

You can read all about it on the reports own website. (Why a single report from the WHO needs an entire website of its own, again, I don’t know).

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One response to “UN report pushes global government to “prevent future pandemics”, by Kit Knightly

  1. If the world elites hadn’t banjaxed nation states their argument for global government would be more persuasive. Everyone backs success.

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