According to Gov. DeSantis, there is “no possibility” that Florida will ever sign on to the World Health Organization’s (W.H.O.) global pandemic pact.
“We will never agree to the W.H.O. in Florida, no way is that going to happen,” DeSantis stated during a press conference in Cape Coral, Florida.
“But you observed, I mean, you saw a lot of these elites advocate extremely harmful policies; in fact, part of the reason people want to come here is because we rejected those ideas, including the agenda of keeping kids out of school.”
DeSantis’ comments come after the W.H.O.’s announcement that it will be pushing for the ratification of a Biden-backed “world pandemic treaty” that would “dramatically increase the WHO’s power and funding, shifting much of the authority for pandemic control from member countries to the U.N. agency,” according to Breitbart News:
“The World Health Assembly, which takes place every year in Geneva, is poised to discuss both the IHR changes and the new “worldwide pandemic treaty.”
“This would allow the world to be better prepared for pandemics, according to its supporters. Critics, on the other hand, fear that giving up national sovereignty to a globalist organization that performed poorly during the Wuhan coronavirus epidemic might lead to disaster.”
“According to Article 9 of the Biden White House’s proposed IHR amendments, W.H.O. must “consult with and try to get verification from the State Party in whose territory the event is happening.” Every subsequent reference to consulting with a state party in the IHR is also deleted, giving the W.H.O.’s director unilateral power to declare epidemics.”
But experts have continued to express concerns that the move would be a significant power grab by internationalist elitists.
“This is a very, very dangerous proposal,” said Dr. Mike Yeadon, the former Pfizer vice president and chief scientific adviser. “I’ve been warning for some time that Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum, and the Wellcome Trust are seeking to impose global health governance on us all.”
“They want us to have digital ID cards so they can track our every move and know whether we’re vaccinated or not,” Yeadon continued. “If you don’t have one of these cards, you may well find it difficult to travel or even work in future.”