The WHO’s new terms of participation need your careful consideration.

Last Monday, the World Council for Health (WCH) shared that the World Health Organization (WHO) is again inviting video submissions from the public, in response to a question about how to deal with future pandemics. The submission period is now open and closes on Tuesday, September 13.

In contrast to previous public commenting periods, the WHO has updated its terms of participation to include „a form of identification when you register to contribute”.

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While the WHO has stated that all identification information will be erased following the conclusion of the public hearings at the end of this month, it is worth considering this change for those that were planning to send video submissions via the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body portal. It is important to bear in mind that the WHO is completely unaccountable with no oversight and is majority funded by private enterprises. As such, we have no reason to believe that they can be trusted.

Whether you agree to these terms and choose to submit your video is entirely your decision. If you have already recorded a video and do not consent to these new terms, your efforts need not be wasted. If you choose to share your video or comments on social media, some possible hashtags to include are #ExitTheWHO, #StopTheWHO, #StopTheAccord, and #StopTheTreaty.

Whether or not you choose to submit videos to Stop the WHO, you can spread the word about how this unelected body with zero transparency wants to assume complete control over our health, freedom, and sovereignty.

Videos can also be submitted to WCH at worldcouncilforhealth.org/stop-the-who. While we believe in public participation and transparency, please note we will not publish videos with overly aggressive language. We encourage the public to bring positive solutions to the table.

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