By Belle Carter
Member of the Austrian Parliament Gerald Hauser slammed Health Minister Johannes Rauch over the latter’s admission that health policy competencies are being handed over to the World Health Organization (WHO).
“This is a clear abolition of our parliamentary democracy,” Hauser said during a recent parliament session.
Hauser said in an interview with Austrian website Wochenblick that the whole thing reminded him of the 137 resolutions in the first few weeks of the lockdown that were passed without an assessment.
The Freedom Party representative does not believe that it is up to the government to outsource health policy to the WHO.
“In my view, the government has no mandate to negotiate this. Who gave them legitimacy to negotiate the ceding of our rights, our state, to the WHO? And thus to a supranational institution that was not elected by the people,” he said.
The 75th World Health Assembly (WHA) took place from May 22-28 In Geneva, Switzerland. It was clear during the meeting that the WHO wants to create a world government. The national constitutions are to be overturned according to the plans of the elite around Bill Gates.
“We are in the middle of negotiations without Parliament even remotely involved. The strategy seems to be that the government presents us with a ‘fait accompli,’” Hauser said. (Related: World Health Organization’s pandemic treaty spells DOOM for democracy.)
Referring to his extensively researched bestselling book “Raus aus dem Corona-Chaos,” which he wrote with Dr. Hannes Strasser, Hauser revealed who owns and finances WHO. They include: USA (14.67 percent) and Bill Gates with GAVI (18.15 percent), Great Britain (7.79 percent), Germany (5.68 percent), the United Nations (5.09 percent), European Union (3 percent), World Bank (3.42 percent) and Rotary International (3.3 percent).
“The decision-making bodies are made up of the member states. Only these are entitled to vote. In accordance with Article 56 of the WHO statutes, the WHA examines and approves the budget proposal and divides the expenditure among the members according to a key to be determined by the WHO. The key to be determined is based on the rating scale of the United Nations,” Rauch said, defending the organization.
Hauser called for the immediate decision of the Parliament on whether or not it gives power to the WHO to decide on the health policy in the future.
“We want to retain national sovereignty and we don’t want Bill Gates and company to decide on health measures in Austria in the future. The legislative body must remain the Austrian Parliament,” Hauser stressed.
Brazil refuses to sign WHO pandemic treaty
Meanwhile, Brazil is also not entrusting the country’s management future health crises to the WHO by refusing to sign the pandemic treaty.
“Brazil will not get into this [pandemic treaty]. Brazil is autonomous and will not get into this, you can forget that. I’ve already [spoken] to our foreign relations cabinet and if that proposal goes forward, it won’t be with Brazil,” said Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro in an interview on May 20.
He said he was the only statesman that didn’t adhere to the lockdown policies.
“I said we had to take care of the elderly and people with comorbidities, and today’s studies outside of Brazil especially show that I was right,” Balsonaro stated. He cited the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo as an example of the utter failure of lockdowns to curb COVID-19.
Bolsonaro also had a confrontation with WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus last year about COVID-19 measures. The Brazilian president asked why people are still dying of COVID-19 after the second dose of the vaccine.
In response, the WHO chief chuckled and said: “We are still studying it.”
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