‘One Health’: What Is It, Who’s Promoting It – and Why?

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Michael Nevradakis The “One Health” concept has been gaining traction among public health policymakers in recent years — but questions remain about what One Health really means, who’s behind the concept and whether what started out as a sound idea has since been hijacked by individuals or groups that see it as a means to […]

The Proposed WHO Instruments for Pandemics and Health Emergencies: A Critical Review

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David Bell The World Health Organization (WHO) is currently developing two international legal instruments intended to increase its authority in managing health emergencies, including pandemics: The draft IHR amendments would lay out new powers for WHO during health emergencies, and broaden the context within which they can be used. The draft CA+ (‘treaty’) is intended […]

Politics Over Science: Lockdown Files Reinforce Urgent Need to #StopTheWHO Power Grab

Would Council for Health The world is currently going through a period of disclosure over what really happened before and during the Covid crisis. In the UK, over 100,000 WhatsApp messages have been leaked by former Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s ghostwriter and are being published piecemeal by The Daily Telegraph. So far, the Lockdown Files […]

Who Is Watching the World Health Organization?

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Travis Noakes A major concern is that this agenda lacks earnest discussion on where health authorities’ own choices and guidelines contribute to ‘misinformation’, ‘disinformation’ and even ‘malinformation’.  Rushed guidance based on weak evidence from international health organisations can perpetuate rather than ameliorate negative health and other societal outcomes. Furthermore, if health authorities’ choices are not […]

UHC2030: The United Nations’ Global Public-Private Partnership For Healthcare

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Iain Davis In the first part of this series, we looked at the United Nation’s UN’s) Sustainable Development agenda. Contrary to most people’s perception of Sustainable Development Goals SDGs), this agenda has little to do with environmentalism or reducing CO2 emissions. Instead, it is a mechanism for introducing global governance and particularly global financial governance […]

The Growing Menace of Bill Gates’ ‘Global Health’

Roger Watson and Niall McCrae Do the words ‘global’ and ‘health’ fit together meaningfully? After COVID-19, a pandemic now announced as essentially over by lockdown zealots such as Jacinda Ardern and Joe Biden (and with even the World Health Organisation saying the “end is in sight”), it is timely to review this aspect of globalisation. […]

The Naked Absurdity of Global Public Health

David Bell Something is fundamentally wrong with global public health. More accurately, something is fundamentally wrong with the mindset of global health professionals, particularly those in positions of leadership. It has become normal to speak, repeat, and defend complete absurdity, as if illusions and fantasies are real. There are no sanctions for operating in this […]