‘Biden Readies Handing U.S. Sovereignty To WHO’ (Worthy News Investigation)

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By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent Worthy News

GENEVA/BUDAPEST (Worthy News) – An influential Christian advocacy group warns that the Biden administration “will hand control of America’s health care system and U.S. national sovereignty” to the World Health Organization (WHO).

The U.S.-based Liberty Counsel is among critics expressing concern ahead of this month’s 75th Session of the World Health Assembly, the WHO’s decision-making body.

Delegates from 194 nations are voting on U.S. President Joe Biden’s amendments to the International Health Regulations as part of broader post-COVID-19 pandemic measures.

Worthy News established that the U.S. amendments delete a critical restriction in the Regulations: “WHO shall consult with and attempt to obtain verification from the State Party in whose territory the event is allegedly occurring….”

Liberty Counsel said this enables WHO’s director-general “to declare health emergencies at will.”

Such action “can be used to justify ostracism and economic or financial actions against the targeted nation” by WHO countries or “who wish to harm and control the accused nation,” Liberty Counsel added.

Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mathew D. Staver argued that the proposed amendments would give the WHO global jurisdiction over the United States including the authority to declare national emergencies. “We have already seen the lawless abuse of power under [President] Joe Biden by the Centers for Disease Control, which the courts have fortunately blocked. Americans would have very little recourse against the WHO. America must not give up its sovereignty to the WHO,” Staver said.


Once signed, the amendments bypass the U.S. Congress because they are to an already ratified global treaty, Worthy News learned.

The May 22-28 gathering at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, comes after President Biden and the European Union’s chief executive Ursula von der Leyen discussed the changes and a new global health agenda.

Among other issues, Biden and Von der Leyen agreed to help accelerate COVID-19 vaccine distribution and to “combat [vaccine] hesitancy.”

The “prevention, preparedness, and response” to pandemics such as COVID also includes “integrated surveillance,” according to the White House and EU statements seen by Worthy News.

“The United States of America and the European Union are implementing the U.S.-EU Agenda for Beating the Global Pandemic, Vaccinating the World, Saving Lives Now and Building Back Better Health Security of September 22, 2021,” they said.

Earlier, the World Health Assembly met in a Special Session, the second since WHO’s founding in 1948, to adopt “a sole decision titled: “The World Together,” officials confirmed about last December’s deliberations.


Former U.S. presidential candidate and the conservative ‘Tea Party’ movement star Michele Bachmann accused the Biden administration of giving up U.S. health care sovereignty to the WHO. That would “create a platform for global governance,” she warned.

The Biden proposal “would effectively cede” U.S. “sovereign authority over our health care decisions” to WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, she stressed.

“So we would lose … effectively representative democracy in America over one of the biggest issues there is, health care,” the former lawmaker added.

Bachmann said she contacted attorneys to stop the United States from yielding national authority to the United Nations’ global health organization. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services would only hear public comment on the amendments Friday, May 13, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., she noticed.

The standoff also underscored worries about the WHO links to Communist-run China, where the COVID-19 pandemic began.

WHO chief Tedros publically praised China for its early response to the COVID-19 pandemic, despite concerns about its perceived lack of transparency about the coronavirus origins. Tedros has been accused of being “bought” by China, charges he denies. And in May 2020, then-President Donald J. Trump wrote a letter to Tedros sharply rebuking his organization’s “alarming lack of independence from China.”

Despite the controversies, Tedros is due to be re-elected WHO director-general this month ahead of a possible global pandemic pact, another initiative that would give him more influence over health care worldwide.

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