Finally! On Thursday, May 27, 2022 Republican Senator Ron Johnson and 15 other co-sponsors introduced legislation to push back against the World Health Organization’s (WHO) overreach and ensure the Senate has power over “its “pandemic treaty.” “The World Health Organization, along with our federal health agencies, failed miserably in its response to COVID-19.

Its failure should not be rewarded with a new international treaty that would increase its power at the expense of American sovereignty. What the WHO does need is greater accountability and transparency,” Johnson told the Daily Caller prior to officially introducing the legislation.

“This bill makes clear to the Biden administration that any new WHO pandemic agreement must be deemed a treaty and submitted to the Senate for ratification. The sovereignty of the United States is not negotiable,” he continued.

Clearly there are American lawmakers following the lead of 47 African countries who on May 24, acted on a united front to block amendments submitted by President Joe Biden to the World Health Organization. The amendments would allow it to override the power of individual countries to respond to a “pandemic” declared by the WHO.


In a magnificent show of African power and solidarity, 47 African member states objected to proposed International Health Regulations amendments, discussed at the World Health Assembly 75—a move many believe might shake up the World Health Organization’s dominance, along with Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum’s plans to control the world using fears of new “pandemics.”

Subsequently, the Biden administration’s proposed amendments failed to even come to a vote, due to the show of unity of African representatives to the WHO. Del Bigtree, long-time fighter against contaminated vaccines, producer of the documentary “Vaxxed” and weekly host of after viewing a video of the African representatives speaking out, seemed stunned at their skill in plowing through highly technical language to catch hidden traps in those proposed amendments.

On the occasion of the 75th Session of the World Health Assembly (May 22-28), His Excellency Dr. Mokgweetsi E.K. Masisi, President of the Republic of Botswana acted as spokesperson for the 47 African countries. His prepared statement read:

“Regarding the proposed amendments under the agenda item, the African region hereby reiterates its position regarding the HR (2005) amendments, which includes the need to undertake limited, targeted amendment of the AHF to maintain and ensure the gains achieved in core capacities, and other provisions are not lost.

The amendments need to be considered as a holistic package, and the process should be transparent, inclusive, credible and consensual and with full respect for the sovereignty of member states with, while pursuing our collective action. The African region shares the view that the process should not be fast-tracked by the amendments of Article 59, or the technical adjustment Amendment of Articles 55, 61, 62 and 63, at this Health Assembly.”

Tigest Ketsela Mengestu, MD, WHO Representative from the United Republic of Tanzania, backed President Masisi: “The United Republic of Tanzania aligns with the statement delivered by Botswana on behalf of the 47 member states of the African region. Tanzania has a concern in the amendments of some of the articles such as paragraph two, of Article Six on sharing genetic sequence data and other information. There should be provision of clauses that will protect Member States following sharing of information about public health risks, to protect them against the anticipated economic consequences.”

Dr. Mengestu’s observations are crucial on two fronts. First, she recognized how the WHO was trying to access and share “genetic sequence data and other information” of individuals in all countries. Of course, this is what the globalists need for their new internal tracking and DNA tampering schemes to control every human on our planet. She also pointed out the fact that when the WHO declares a “pandemic” and targets certain countries for “public health risks,” such measures could adversely affect those countries economically. This is not a theoretical concern.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki was forced to defend President Biden’s eight-country Southern Africa travel restrictions after the outbreak of the Omicron variant last December. Simon Ateba of Today News Africa stated: “The Omicron variant is now in 57 countries. The WHO issued a statement today and said that Africa has 46 percent of the nearly 1,000 cases globally. But 70—almost 70 countries in the world have imposed travel ban[s] on only Black African nation[s].

And the U.S. is among the countries that have imposed sanctions on only eight African nation[s] when the variant is in 57 countries.” He asked, “Why don’t you just lift it or impose caution on all the countries that have it? What would you say to those who believe that this is a racist ban that target[s] only African and Black African nations?”

Minister Farrakhan has told the African nations and Black people in general that we have no right to trust these people. Evidently, the African nations have woken up to this reality as highlighted by their present move against the WHO.

Shabnam Palesa Mohamed, South African journalist, lawyer interviewed by Del Bigtree on Episode 270 of reported,

“The WHO stands accused of facilitating or legitimizing Pfizer experiments in 1996 on Nigerian children without properly informed consent. Eleven of two hundred children died, and their families only received compensation, or some of them, in 2009 … The WHO’s malaria study was reported in the BMJ to constitute a serious violation of international ethical standards again due to lack of informed consent on Ghanaian, Malawian and Kenyan children. This was Glaxo-Smith-Cline vaccine Mosquirix. It caused 10 times the amount of cerebral malaria as opposed to unvaxxed people and a doubling of the death involved.”

Black Africa has long known how to treat malaria without the deadly interference of Pfizer and the WHO. But the racist white world has overlooked and even ridiculed Black Africa’s ability to take care of her health needs. Consider Dr. Stella Immanuel, born in the Cameroon and one of the America’s Frontline Doctors, in an interview with, October of 2021: “I actually think that the whole pandemic was a Trojan Horse for vaccines.

COVID, from day one, I’ve always said it, it’s completely treatable, and it’s completely preventable. And there is no reason for you to be giving a vaccine for a disease that’s completely treatable, and completely preventable. And on top of that, the death rate of COVID is not that high we need to wake up and realize that these mandates, the vaccines, and everything is taking us right into the Book of Revelations where you cannot buy or sell without taking the vax Get Hydroxychloroquine, get Ivermectin.

You can get vitamins. Keep yourself healthy and realize that this whole thing, all of this vaccination and everything COVID … is a Trojan Horse for vaccines. They want to scare 7 billion people, and they want all of us to get jabbed, they want all of us to get corrupted.”

Back then, Dr. Immanuel was accused of fostering fake cures and pushing “conspiracy theories.” Well, the African members of the World Health Organization just blocked one of these so-called “conspiracies” of the Biden administration. Maybe now American legislators will awaken from their slumber and take their country back from the WHO and World Economic Forum. If they want life they should follow the lead of 47 bold, thoughtful African countries who have heeded the Divine Warning of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.