Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
May 12, 2022

On June 13, 2019, conveniently right before the Planedemic launched, The World Economic Forum (WEF) and the United Nations signed a Strategic Partnership Framework outlining areas of deeper institutional engagement and acceleration of Agenda 2030. The framework will enable a more ‘strategic and coordinated approach towards the intended impact.’  The memorandum of understanding between the WEF and UN marked the beginning of Klaus Schwab’s new world order where the top 1% of corporate global elites will exert control over 99% of the world population. It’s the darkest version of the globalist dream.

Roll forward to November 2020. The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, at the Paris Peace Forum introduced a proposal for an international treaty on pandemics. He was later joined by the Director-General of the WHO, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, in an open call for an international treaty on pandemics, drawing from the lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The G7 leaders were quick to jump on board and released a statement of cooperation at their February 19, 2021 meeting.  The full statement is here, but this is a synopsis:

“COVID-19 shows that the world needs stronger defences against future risks to global health security. We will work with the WHO, G20 and others, especially through the Global Health  Summit in Rome, to bolster global health and health security architecture for pandemic preparedness, including through health financing and rapid response mechanisms, by strengthening the ‘One Health’ approach and Universal Health Coverage, and exploring the  potential value of a global health treaty.”

Timeline Summary: 

  • June 2019 – WEF and UN formally unite to accelerate Agenda 2030 timelines
  • Nov. 2020 – Proposal for International Pandemic Treaty
  • Feb. 2021 – G7 Countries unite around the Treaty concept
  • May 2021 – All 194 WHA members adopt the decision to write the treaty
  • Nov. 2021 – Special Session of WHA; agreement to form an intergovernmental negotiating body for the treaty
  • March 1, 2022 – Meeting to agree on a working timeline
  • Aug. 2, 2022 – Second meeting to discuss the draft of the treaty
  • 2024 – aim to full adopt all elements of the International Pandemic Treaty

They are full-steam ahead.

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