Call To Action: The World Health Organization Is Taking Away National Sovereignty

Call To Action: The World Health Organization Is Taking Away National Sovereignty

Europe Reloaded  /  TLB Staff

ER Editor: Thanks to Dutch journalist Michel van der Kemp for bringing this to our attention, based on the work of James Roguski at his substack account (link below). The 2005 set of International Health Regulations, which probably none of us were aware of, are going to be voted on come May 22-28, 2022. A set of amendments will be voted on IN ADDITION TO what can be informally called the ‘Pandemic Treaty’, basically a power grab based on some future invention of a ‘pandemic’, much as we have been witnessing for the last 2 years. Van der Kemp gives us the textual sleight of hand that puts corrupt Communist Tedros in charge. Of us all, nation states be damned. Another conspiracy theory that came good. Go to:


Call to action: The World Health Organization is taking away National sovereignty


Many people have wondered what they would have done to stop World War II. Would they have tried to kill Adolf Hitler shortly before he took office in 1933? Well, it’s 2022, and even if you believe Hitler escaped to Argentina in 1945, he’s now dead. World War II happened, and now we have another tyrannical regime opening up to engulf us, but this time it’s GLOBAL.

This is 2022 indeed. From May 22nd-28th, the World Health Assembly is going to vote on amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005). If those amendments pass, the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) will become the effective dictator of the world (in case of a “health emergency”).

Article 12, subsection 2 of the International Health Regulations:

Text that is bold are additions or amendments to the original text. Text that’s struck through gets deleted. The highlighted text is the most important part. Let it sink in what removal of the highlighted part means: in case of a health emergency (which can be anything): the Director-General no longer has to consult anyone to set in motion article 49, although he may (or may not) “seek the views of the Emergency Committee.” Article 49 describes the procedures the Director-General has to take when a health emergency occurs. If these amendments are approved by a simple majority of the 194 member countries of the World Health Assembly, these amendments would enter into force as international law just six months later, so November 2022, effectively placing the entire world under the dictates of the Director-General.

Who is the Director-General of the WHO?

The current Director-General of the WHO is Tedros Adhanom Ghegreyesus. Tedros is an Ethiopian official who was elected in 2017 to lead the WHO. Tedros has been responsible for the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, and bringing all countries in lockstep with the WHO regulations. Variability in policy on the National level has been minimal under his leadership.

In 2020 Fox News ran a report which showed the questionable past of Tedros. According to the report, Tedros had covered up three cholera epidemics, supported a terrorist organization, and inflated his resume to claim he had conquered malaria and HIV. Foreign affairs expert Gordon Chang said: “Tedros is the second-to-last person who should be heading the World Health Organization at this time. The last person is Chinese President Xi Jinping.” The Fox article continued to say that Tedros “has been accused of cozying up to countries like China that have pledged millions of dollars to the [WHO].”

There are worries that Tedros does not act as an autonomous man, but acts in the interest of the ‘Great Reset’. Klaus Schwab called the Covid-19 pandemic a “rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world”. A student of the Klaus Schwab Young Global Leaders program, Bill Gates, happens to be the biggest private donor of the WHO, through his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and GAVI. Tedros also repeatedly stated that “[w]e cannot go back to the way things were”. Perhaps that explains why so many policy ‘mistakes’ were made in the fight against Covid-19, if a return to normal was unthinkable from the beginning.

International Health Regulations (IHR)

Most countries, including the US, agreed to the IHR in 2005, which are “legally-binding on 196 countries, including the 194 WHO Member States”. This means even countries who did not agree to the regulations, and even countries who are not WHO members, need to adhere to the regulations. The IHR overrides and supercedes national laws, including the U.S. Constitution.

On January 18th, 2022 it was the U.S. that submitted a number of amendments to the IHR, of which giving full control to the Director-General of the WHO is but one effect. The amendments serve to give away more sovereignty and greatly empower the WHO to restrict health-related rights and freedoms. The World Health Assembly, through representatives of its 194 member states, are going to vote on the proposed amendments to the IHR between May 22-28th, 2022. By virtue of membership of the United Nations and the WHO, the member nations are then automatically bound by its rules.

The amendments to the IHR make it perfectly clear that the WHO wants to do more than advise countries, it wants complete control. The WHO “seeks to enforce an authoritarian, one size fits all, “One Health” approach to world health.”


It IS 2022, and everyone has a chance to stop this blatant, and dangerous, power grab. We invite everyone to go to James Roguski’s substack and read his entire 8-page article, and reply to his call to action. Mr. Roguski is a researcher and author who discovered the shenanigans we just described.