US Congress Investigates WHO Preparedness and Resilience for Emerging Threats (PRET) By Chris Knight (Florida)
While British conservative politicians are expressing concern about the World Health Organization pandemic treaty, the critical focus in the US Congress is upon the WHO Preparedness and Resilience for Emerging Threats (PRET), and Congress is now investigating the significance of this. WHO advocates the use of “social listening surveillance systems” to identify “misinformation.” It almost certainly has in mind controlling information relating to pandemics, as was seen during Covid, particularly criticisms of the vaccines.
It is well known that WHO has a cosy relationship with big Pharma; indeed, modern medicine is in many ways, just a branch of Big Pharma, not of overall health and fitness. The PRET document describes misinformation as a “health threat,” and refers to it as an “infodemic.” “Infodemic is the overabundance of information – accurate or not – which makes it difficult for individuals to adopt behaviors that will protect their health and the health of their families and communities. The infodemic can directly impact health, hamper the implementation of public health countermeasures and undermine trust and social cohesiveness.”