Pandemic Accords

The World Health Organization is in the process of world control through climate change health. This health means mental, physical, plants and animals. This is a global agenda for surveillance and control. Dr. June examined the entire final draft and wrote notes on every page and did videos to explain it.  These videos were done LIVE except the last one so the quality is a little glitchy but well worth it due to the content of it. She lives in the country.

So, with this you get all videos and a copy of her analysis to download.




In December 2021, at a special session of the World Health Assembly – WHO’s highest decision-making body, comprising of all of its 194 sovereign member countries – WHO’s Member States decided to establish an intergovernmental negotiating body (INB), representing all regions of the world, to draft and negotiate a WHO convention, agreement, or other international instrument on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response, with a view to adoption under Article 19 of the WHO Constitution, other provisions of the Constitution as may be deemed appropriate by the INB.

Article 19 gives the 194 Member States forming the Health Assembly the authority to adopt conventions or agreements on any matter within WHO’s competence. The sole instrument established under Article 19 to date is the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, which has made a significant and rapid contribution to protecting people from tobacco since its entry into force in 2005.

The World Health Assembly decision establishing the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) and its work on this new international accord stressed that WHO’s Member States, who will be working in their sovereign capacity, should guide their efforts by the principle of solidarity with all people and countries, and that the accord should frame practical actions to deal with both causes and consequences of pandemics and other health emergencies.

The INB process has allowed various constituencies to be actively engaged through:

  • written and oral inputs from Member States and relevant stakeholders on the successive iterations of the work, including the Substantive Elements, the Working Draft, the Conceptual Zero Draft and the Zero Draft;
  • regional consultations during the WHO Regional Committees of 2022 and 2023, as appropriate;
  • informal, focused consultations on selected key issues, including with experts, in the second half of 2022 and in March 2023;
  • public hearings (two rounds, in April and September 2022), for interested parties and stakeholders to express their views; and
  • regular information briefings.