(Natural News) A German member of the European parliament warned that European Union (EU) citizens will no longer have any political influence over who they entrust with the administration of their fundamental rights as the World Health Organization (WHO) amended a treaty with member states.
In a video released last month, MEP Christine Anderson said the WHO was attempting to illegitimately seize de-facto governmental power through the creation of an intergovernmental negotiating body (INB), which is made up of non-democratically elected members. (Related: RFK Jr.: CIA-led ‘military response’ to pandemic was meant to drive democracy from the world and usher in global totalitarianism.)
This means that the WHO will have power over its member states in the event of a pandemic and will not need the involvement or consultation with national governments or national parliaments to do so.
In a new video posted May 8 on her YouTube channel, Anderson explained that she asked the European Commission to what extent it would ensure that the principles of the people’s rule be respected and that citizens would not be subjected to the arbitrariness of an unelected entity.
“The answer I received to my question a few hours ago is clear and brief: not at all,” she said.
The WHO announced in a press release on December 21, 2021, that the World Health Assembly agreed to kickstart a global process to establish an intergovernmental negotiating body to draft and negotiate a WHO convention, agreement or other international instruments regarding pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.
This was also announced on the official EU council website, which stated that the body will hold its next meeting on August 1 and will deliver a progress report on the 76th World Health Assembly in 2023, with the aim to adopt the instrument by 2024.
The video posted on the EU Council website also stated that the world must be prepared for “next time.”
Super-rich people will decide fate of the world in future pandemics
This very idea of a future pandemic was the main argument behind the creation of the INB. According to Anderson, such empowerment could constitute a direct attack on the rule of the people by the people, which is the most elementary principle of any democracy.
This plan, she argued, is easy for anyone to see through. Anderson emphasized that “a democratically non-legitimized body, into which the richest of the super-rich buy their way through donations, is to decide in the future whether a pandemic situation exists, in order to then directly take over governmental power.”
Anderson explained that the composition of the WHO is not based on democratic elections and that the decision-makers sitting there can issue instructions, but they are not accountable to anyone and cannot be held politically responsible. (Related: WHO Pandemic Treaty: A power-grabbing act to control health responses of UN member countries.)
“You, as a citizen, will therefore no longer have any political influence over whom you entrust with the administration of your fundamental rights,” she said.
Anderson posted the link to both her question to the European Commission and the answer she received, noting that not a single time did the response mention words like citizen, democracy, rule of the people or political responsibility.
If the European Commission mentioned those words, it could have “fostered the trust of citizens and exposed as fake news and conspiracy theories all the Telegram messages that talk about a new world order or a world government under the guise of WHO by simply stating that it will ensure that democratic decision-making processes are maintained,” she argued.
The MEP also said the Commission could have simply stated that it is very important not to bypass citizens and not to patronize them, but it didn’t. Anderson went on to describe the answer to her question as a “blah, blah” about the WHO that also contained a promise that the European Commission will consult with “relevant stakeholders” throughout the process of creating the new instrument.
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Netflix Adds Graphic Violence Warning Ahead of ‘Stranger Things 4’ Premiere After Texas Shooting
Netflix has added a content warning ahead of the fourth season of Stranger Things following the horrific shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 children dead along with two teachers.
The disclaimer that will appear during Friday’s premiere will say that the show will contain violent content involving children in the first scene, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“We filmed this season of Stranger Things a year ago,” the warning reads. “But given the recent tragic shooting at a school in Texas, viewers may find the opening scene of episode 1 distressing. We are deeply saddened by this unspeakable violence, and our hearts go out to every family mourning a loved one.”
Netflix Puts Warning on ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 After School Shooting https://t.co/xgZkQfvSqL
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) May 26, 2022
The description for the premiere episode will also include: “Warning: Contains graphic violence involving children.”
The disclaimer will only be shown in the United States and not globally.
A Netflix spokesperson explained that the opening scene is “very graphic” and warranted the warning.
“We decided to add the card given the proximity of the premiere to this tragedy — and because the opening scene is very graphic,” the spokesperson said.
The move comes after CBS pulled the FBI season finale that featured a student involved in a deadly robbery. Beyond television, other artists have adjusted their schedules in the wake of the shooting. “American Pie” singer Don McLean pulled out of singing at the upcoming NRA convention in Houston.
“In light of the recent events in Texas, I have decided it would be disrespectful and hurtful for me to perform for the NRA at their convention in Houston this week,” McLean said.
“I’m sure all the folks planning to attend this event are shocked and sickened by these events as well. After all, we are all Americans. I share the sorrow for this terrible, cruel loss with the rest of the nation,” he concluded.
Musicians Lee Greenwood and Larry Gatlin are still scheduled to perform at the convention as well as Danielle Peck
FACT CHECK: Jimmy Kimmel Falsely Claims ‘There was an Armed Guard in Uvalde’
CLAIM: During Wednesday’s opening dialogue, Jimmy Kimmel said, “There was an armed guard in Uvalde.”
MOSTLY FALSE: On Wednesday authorities tentatively indicated there was an officer at the school, but on Thursday they said there was not.
Kimmel did not wait for the facts.
Breitbart News noted that the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) reported there was no armed school resource officer at the Uvalde school when a gunman entered.
DPS Regional Director Victor Escalon indicated that at 11:28 a.m., after the gunman crashed a pickup truck near the school and began his attack, the gunman climbed a four-foot-high chain link fence around the school and fired at the school as he approached. He also fired at two eyewitnesses at a funeral home nearby. By 11:40 a.m., he had approached the west side of the school. He “was not confronted by anybody” outside the school, armed or otherwise.
Escalon stressed that was no school resource officer on campus, and that the first report came to police at 11:30 a.m.
During his Wednesday night dialogue, Jimmy Kimmel joined the chorus of gun controllers who rejected the role of a good guy with gun based on the false belief that there had been an armed guard at Uvalde.
Kimmel said, “If your solution to children being massacred is armed guards, you haven’t been paying attention to what’s going on.” He then noted that an armed guard was present in Buffalo and mentioned there was an officer in Parkland, although he did not mention the Parkland school officer did not go into the building to confront the gunman.
Then Kimmel said, “There was an armed guard in Uvalde.”
The Texas DPS tells a different story. There was no armed guard at Uvalde.
Kimmel did not wait for the facts.
AWR Hawkins is an award-winning Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and the writer/curator of Down Range with AWR Hawkins, a weekly newsletter focused on all things Second Amendment, also for Breitbart News. He is the political analyst for Armed American Radio and a Turning Point USA Ambassador. Follow him on Instagram: @awr_hawkins. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can sign up to get Down Range at breitbart.com/downrange.
Leftist Journalist Julia Ioffe: ‘What If You Could Perform an Abortion with an AR-15?’
Julia Ioffe, founding partner and Washington correspondent for Puck News, found herself in hot water on Wednesday night when she tweeted that 2nd Amendment advocates would suddenly be for banning AR-15 rifles if they were tools used in abortions.
“What if you could perform an abortion with an AR-15? What if the 19 kids killed [in] Uvalde weren’t children, but fetuses?” Ioffe said in her now-deleted tweet.
Twitter users immediately pounced on Ioffe for not only using the horrible tragedy in Texas as a vehicle to plug abortion but also for suggesting that 19 children would suddenly have no inherent value to her if they were killed in the womb – a mad dash of irony that seemed to escape her.
“You’d defend it?” responded National Journalism Center program director Becket Adams. “What even is the purpose of tweets like hers? What good does it serve? Nothing of value has been done on this website in the past 72 hours, and it’s only getting worse.”
“Don’t kill kids at school and don’t kill kids in the womb — in fact don’t kill them anywhere — is my baseline. Is it yours?” tweeted Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy.
“Where have I seen this before? Oh, right, on a pro-life t-shirt,” tweeted National Review Washington correspondent John McCormack.
Though Ioffe deleted the tweet, she issued no apology. As noted by Fox News, her statement echoes her flub from 2021 in which she made an inadvertent pro-life argument while attacking the Texas Heartbeat Act.
“If you are anti-choice and you want to make sure women carry every pregnancy to term, why not make the person who created the pregnancy contribute? Why not have men pay child support to the women they impregnate? Surely, it is not the woman’s responsibility alone?” she tweeted.
Indeed, hardcore leftists and opposers of gun rights have (quite oddly) been citing abortion as some trump card against pro-lifers in the wake of the Texas massacre.
“YOU CAN KILL CHILDREN IN SCHOOL IN TEXAS BUT CAN’T GET AN ABORTION,” tweeted Rob Reiner’s daughter, Romy Reiner, which the director himself retweeted.
YOU CAN KILL CHILDREN IN SCHOOL IN TEXAS BUT CAN’T GET AN ABORTION.
— romy (@romyreiner) May 24, 2022
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