On 1 October, Exit WHO – Manifestation for Swedish Sovereignty will be held in Stockholm. The aim is to protest against the changes in the constitution of the World Health Organization which, according to the organizers, give the UN organization “legally binding power over member states” and “threaten to curtail human rights”.
“When an organization that we trust to advise us on our health proposes to transform its position into one with legally binding power, we must ask ourselves – what does this mean for us? What does this mean for our future, our rights and our sovereignty?” they write on their website.
They say that the changes to the WHO’s constitution “threaten to restrict human rights” and “risk imposing medications we have not consented to and restricting our freedom of expression” – which is why they choose to protest and demand that Sweden leave the cooperation.
“WHO, the World Health Organization, is now proposed to make radical changes to its constitution, the International Health Regulations (IHR). In practice, the changes mean that the WHO will become a governing body instead of an advisory body in the event of future pandemics or health crises. If a majority of member states do not oppose the changes, the WHO will have legally binding power over Sweden and its population, as well as other member states, in the event of a WHO-declared health crisis“, the report warns.
WHO funded by globalists
They also point out that the WHO is neither democratically elected nor independent, but is funded by private global lobbying organizations and companies that have “strong financial interests and incentives to advocate certain health policies”.
“Sweden has always been known as a pioneer, a country that cherishes democracy and human rights. Now is the time for us to show the world that we still believe in these principles, especially considering that Sweden was one of the few countries that initially stood up against unscientific restrictions, mouth guards and vaccine immunity as the only acceptable path“, it continues.
So far, more than 16,000 people have signed the petition and the organizers describe themselves as “committed citizens as well as doctors and nurses who are deeply concerned about the restrictions on our human rights and democracy that were initiated during the WHO-announced covid-19 pandemic”. Most of the organizers are also organized in the Swedish freedomparty MoD as well as the protest groups Läkaruppropet (Doctor’s call) and Sjuksköterskeuppropet (Nurse’s Call), all who where involved in protests against covidrestrictions, among other things, during the coronacrises.