General Assembly Meeting | January 24, 2022

Rewatch the full January 24, 2022 World Council for Health General Assembly Meeting video with guest speakers Derrick Broze and Rod Humphris as well as WCH Coalition Partners Interest of Justice (introduced by Dustin Bryce) and BonSens (introduced by Xavier Azalbert).

Derrick Broze: Why The Great Reset Will Fail and Humanity Will Rise

Derrick Broze is a freelance investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker, author, and public speaker based in Mexico. He seeks to expose corruption, find solutions to the problems that affect all of humanity, and promote localization and decentralization. Derrick’s books and documentaries can be found on his website, The Conscious Resistance Network.

Information about Derrick’s event, The Greater Reset 3: Activation, can be found here. WCH’s own Dr. Tess Lawrie spoke at TGR on January 26, 2022.

A clip of Derrick’s presentation can be found here.

Rod Humphris: The Needle Bar: A Journey Across the British Isles

Rod Humphris, publican, writer, and accidental activist joins us from the UK. Rod had his 15 minutes of fame in April 2021 when he threw Keir Starmer out of his pub in front of the world’s media. Recently, doing his part in the movement has meant driving a great big coach around the country with the words, “First, do no harm…?’ on it while interviewing people and sharing all kinds of stories about Covid vaccines.

A clip of this presentation can be found here.

Dustin Bryce joins us from Costa Rica to introduce World Council for Health Coalition Partner, Interest of Justice.

Interest of Justice is a private Costa Rican law and Civics Institute. Their mission is to give effect to the letter and intent of the supreme constitutional law. They work tirelessly to educate and defend human rights under the written civil, natural hermetic, and unwritten common laws.

A clip of this presentation can be found here.

Xavier Azalbert joins us from France to introduce World Council for Health Coalition Partner, BonSens.

The mission of BonSens is to participate actively and sustainably for current and future generations—to maintain, promote, and transmit the voices of common sense of the people aware of this cultural heritage.

A clip of this presentation can be found here.

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This is an edited segment from the weekly live General Assembly on January 24, 2022.

This video is also available on Odysee.


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  1. Very sad that the host did not allow Reiner to answer Chandra Vikash’s question but instead attempted to belittle it.