“This so-called pandemic treaty is the single, greatest global power grab that any of us has seen in our lifetime,” a Twitter account for the 1990s English pop group Right Said Fred posted recently, sharing an article written by a Scottish archaeologist and television host for the right-wing GB News.
WHO pandemic treaty is cancelled!— Teresa (@pepedownunder) July 1, 2023
In rare win vs. Big Pharma….
WHO has backed down on proposed amendments for mandatory vaccines & lockdowns
– Australian MP Malcom Roberts pic.twitter.com/hISrb8wRii
WHO chief Tedros Ghebreyseus is accused of aiding genocide in Ethiopia: Nobel peace prize nominee lodges complaint with International Criminal Court
- American economist David Steinman accused WHO chief of being one of three officials who directed Ethopia’s security forces from 2013 to 2015
- Tedros, who denies the allegations, was Ethiopia’s foreign minister until 2016
- The complaint was lodged at the International Criminal Court in the Hague
Raised in Tigray, he also served as Ethiopia’s health minister from 2005 to 2012 before being elected WHO director-general in 2017, the first African to take the role.
Mr Steinman, who was nominated for the 2019 Nobel peace prize, lodged the complaint calling for Tedros to be prosecuted for genocide at the International Criminal Court in the Hague.
He claimed that Tedros ‘was a crucial decision maker in relation to security service actions that included killing, arbitrarily detaining and torturing Ethopians,’ according to The Times.