Pro-Life leaders just denounced the sweeping WHO pandemic agreement for one major reason

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The pro-abortion lobby is using international organizations to promote abortion-on-demand.

And they will seemingly take any action to try and force abortion on the entire world.

That’s why pro-life leaders just denounced the sweeping WHO pandemic agreement for one major reason.

The World Health Organization has launched what most are calling “a global power grab” in its efforts to try and force nations to change the way they respond to global health emergencies.

But its so much more dangerous than that

But, as is usual for the WHO, the new pandemic agreement is far more dangerous than that.

Because the agreement also would suppress those nations who refuse to follow the new pandemic guidelines.

And even worse, the agreement continues the WHO’s view that abortion is an “essential service.” 

This means the new agreement, in addition to punishing countries for daring to challenge WHO’s recommended guidelines, will also use the agreement to further push a radical anti-life, anti-family agenda.

Recently a coalition of pro-life, pro-security experts flatly denounced the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Pandemic Agreement, which was originally proposed as a global treaty.

The agreement would require the United States to give 20% of all vaccines and supplies to WHO for global redistribution.

It also calls on governments to “combat” any information that undermines trust in public health authorities; and promotes “equity,” “universal” government health care, and the “OneHealth” doctrine equating human life with animals. 

“Article 18 in the treaty says it wants to combat false, misleading misinformation or disinformation. And I would ask, let’s make that retroactive,” said Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ), the conference’s organizer, on Washington Watch with Tony Perkins.

“The World Health Organization, just like our own government, put out such false and misleading information about COVID.”

“For example, the WHO denied that COVID-19 was spread via human-to-human transmission, based entirely upon the word of the Chinese government,” led by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), said Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) at the press conference.

Censorship at the very heart of the agreement

“Censorship is at the very heart of this entire document,” and it calls on nations to “combat” so-called “disinformation” and “shut down those who challenge the approved experts,” said Perkins at a press conference. 

The WHO document calls on governments to suppress so-called “infodemics,” defined not only as misinformation but “too much information” about whatever pandemic is at hand. 

“I have a greater trust in the American people collectively than I do in the experts,” said Perkins.

And since WHO considers abortion an “essential service,” said Smith, this agreement will be worse than anyone expected.

For example, a January 1 WHO bulletin, written by Secretary-General Tedros Ghebreyesus, said it is “imperative” that nations “counteract conservative opposition” to abortion, homosexuality, and legalized prostitution. 

WHO is also considering partnering with the Center for Reproductive Rights, which Smith has called “one of the most nefarious, aggressively pro-abortion groups on the face of the Earth.” 

“This is a global power grab using any future emergency as justification,” said Perkins at the press conference. “At risk is national sovereignty.” 

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.