Representatives of the Group of Twenty (G20) countries met in Bali on 15-16 November 2022 to discuss the theme ‘Recover together, recover stronger’. They have since issued a declaration of proposals and commitments that expose collective intent by those controlling the G20 to impose a single global government on the world’s people, at the expense of our health, autonomy, and fundamental freedoms.
Of the many points of concern, World Council for Health would like to respond to those directly related to health as follows:
Covid-19 injection programme
In point 22, the declaration states, ‘We recognize that the extensive COVID-19 immunization is a global public good’. Mounting evidence of regulatory body corruption and real-world data of harms associated with the Covid-19 injection program do not support this statement. The World Council for Health invites members of the G20 to take responsibility for the serious failings of the global Covid-19 injection program and stand accountable for the extensive harm wreaked on men, women, and children during the Covid-19 crisis.
Vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics
Point 22 also states, “we will advance our effort to ensure timely, equitable and universal access to safe, affordable, quality and effective vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics (VTDs).” Mass testing of people and mass injection campaigns during Covid-19 have been unnecessary, invasive, and a waste of time and money.
World Council for Health suggests that the G20 members consider the harm caused by this futile strategy that has bankrupted countries and their people by investing in inadequately tested, expensive experimental drugs (vaccines and therapeutics) and inappropriate diagnostic technologies.
A One Health approach, including genomic surveillance
The declaration also states that the G20 “remain committed to embedding a multisectoral One Health approach and enhancing global surveillance, including genomic surveillance, in order to detect pathogens and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) that may threaten human health.” It is precisely this globalised approach that threatens human health, demonstrating a clear attempt by globalists to commercialise health “care” and personal data for the purposes of centralised corporate control. The World Council for Health reminds the G20 members that the people of the world have inalienable rights that include the right to bodily autonomy. G20 has no right to people’s data without their explicit consent.
We are not to be surveyed by any means without our express informed consent. Our bodies, our choices, and our data are our birth right and belong to us.
Freedom of travel and vaccination passports
In point 23, the declaration states, “We acknowledge the importance of shared technical standards and verification methods, under the framework of the IHR (2005), to facilitate seamless international travel, interoperability, and recognizing digital solutions and non-digital solutions, including proof of vaccinations” and goes on to mention “build[ing] on the success of the existing standards and digital COVID-19 certificates.”
For the G20 to put forward proof of vaccination with experimental injections as some kind of ‘solution’ leaves serious questions as to the nature of the problem they are trying to solve.
Again, it seems necessary to remind the G20 members of the inalienable rights of all people. The inalienable rights of all people include not only bodily autonomy but the right to freedom of assembly and travel. We are all indigenous to the Earth and our movements and choices are our own. Thus, the World Council for Health is strongly opposed to any kind of digital vaccination certificate as a condition of travel. Every man, woman, and child has the right to live, work, travel, and gather freely, irrespective of their medical status. We should be exploring ways to ensure that mandates, restrictions, and inexcusable violations of people’s fundamental rights never happen again, not seeking ways to embed them further into society. This appears to be a blatant attempt by G20 members to pave the way for the systemic violation of our human rights..
The World Council for Health has a message for the G20 country leaders who misrepresent their authority to act on behalf of the world’s people when they sign these declarations: Stop what you are doing.
Stop serving your corporate paymasters and serve the people you have been afforded the privilege of protecting for a time.
Learn from the many deleterious mistakes of the past three years.
There is a better way and the G20 Declaration is definitely not it.
1 The Group of Twenty is an intergovernmental group formed in 1999 comprising 19 countries and the European Union (EU). Its stated purpose is to bring together systemically important industrialised and developing economies to discuss key issues in the global economy, such as financial stability, climate change, and sustainable development. The G20 claims to represent more than 80 percent of world GDP, 75 percent of international trade and 60 percent of the world population. The incumbent chair is Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.
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