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Former UN Senior Advisor Creates Sovereign Health Ministry To Bypass WHO Pandemic Charter
Founder of independent health ministry proclaims its members reject pandemic measures undertaken by the 75th Annual UN World Health Assembly…
A former UN advisor has created a sovereign decentralized healthcare system that’s challenging the World Health Organization’s infringement over the privacy rights of its members.
In a letter to WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreysesus, former UN World Food Programme Senior Advisor Govinda Tidball proclaims members of his independent Ministry of Health group reject pandemic measures undertaken by the 75th Annual World Health Assembly, gathering in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 22nd-28th.
“I request that you cease facilitating any actions by the World Health Organization or any member States that results in infringing, knowingly or unknowingly, on the private domain of the members of this Ministry of Health and our partners,” Tidball writes in his letter to Ghebreysesus.
Tidball goes on to note that any violations of health freedom could be considered an infringement of privacy rights, which would give Ministry of Health members “the right to seek redress from any and all signatories” of the World Health Assembly.
In a statement to Infowars, Tidball explained the Ministry of Health members “restore their own protections as we actively move our health liberties from the public square to the private domain.”
“The Ministry of Health has one more level of protection than a [Private Membership Association] because it is faith based,” Tidball stated. “The Ministry of Health is a 508c1a Ministry (which is different than a PMA, the main difference is the protections are stronger).”
He added that at the UN’s upcoming meeting, the WHO and its member states are “planning to ratify the turning over of the personal health related liberties of their citizens to the WHO.”
Tidball is calling on anyone interested in preserving their privacy rights and bodily autonomy to join the Ministry of Health by completing an application for membership.