The WHO Power Grab Must Be Stopped – Our Silence Is Our Consent

“Unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution, the time will come when medicine will organise into an undercover dictatorship to restrict the art of healing to one class of Men and deny equal privileges to others; the Constitution of the Republic should make a Special privilege for medical freedom as well as religious freedom”

Benjamin Rush

Founding Father of the United States and signatory to the U.S. Declaration of Independence

Unelected, unaccountable and unknown bureaucrats are secretly stealing our rights and freedoms under the cover of pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.  Our status as sovereign individual human beings will be changed, forever, without the knowledge or consent of the people. Proposals are being negotiated that will give The World Health Organisation (WHO) an unprecedented, unwarranted and dangerous power over all of humanity.  In short, a worldwide medical dictatorship is underway. 

To defeat this threat, Save Our Rights is working with the UK Medical Freedom Alliance to halt the alarming proposals to be incorporated in the Amendments to the 2005 International Health Regulations (IHR) and the proposed World Health Organisation CA+ / Pandemic Agreement (Treaty/Accord).  We will launch in January 2024 but in the meantime, we have an intermediary campaign we need your help with now:


Campaign 1 passed earlier this month and Campaign 2 will be launched as soon as we have the finalised details of the amendments to the IHR ahead of the WHA 2024. BUT in the meantime there is a debate coming up on Mon 18th December and we want the MPs to attend.
WHAT: Attend the debate being held in response to the Petition calling for MPs to have Parliamentary oversight of IHR amendments. 
WHEN: Monday 18th December

A petition was started and reached the 100,000+ signatures needed to trigger a debate. 

The petition asked for MPs to be given a debate and a vote on  the upcoming IHR amendments. While it’s not necessarily the request we would have made re the IHR amendments it is having a debate, so it’s worth using it as an opportunity to raise some more awareness.

To that end we suggest sending the letter below to MPs which will include a link to a briefing document that we have prepared and you can read below.

It only takes 30 seconds to fill in and every little counts. Please note that if you “opted in” to previous WHO campaigns then we have already sent this on your behalf and you don’t need to send it again. 

Furthermore, we are sending all emails straight away to our mail server but then holding them there until 8.15am Monday morning – this will mean they will collectively arrive in your MPs inbox and create a bigger impact as all the emails they see when they open the inbox on Monday morning will be calling for them to attend.

Use the the simple form below to send the letter to your MP which will have the briefing document attached:

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Read the Letter to MP

Dear [MP Name],

I am writing to request your attendance at the crucial parliamentary debate on Monday, 18th December, regarding whether MPs should have Parliamentary oversight and a vote on future amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR) 2005. This is especially pertinent as it there are currently over 300 proposed amendments to be discussed at the World Health Assembly in May 2024.

Given the reduced 10-month window for the UK to reject these amendments post-adoption, it is imperative that these changes are carefully scrutinised and debated. Your participation is essential to ensure our health policies reflect the will and best interests of UK citizens.

Enclosed is a briefing document detailing some of the amendments and their implications and why that means they need to be voted on by Parliament. Theis has been prepared by Save Our Rights UK an up and coming Human Rights organisation. Your informed presence at the debate will be invaluable to represent and protect our collective interests.

18th Dec Petition re IHR Amendments Debate Briefing

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter. I look forward to your participation in the debate.

Yours sincerely,



Briefing Document

Briefing Document for Members of Parliament

Subject: Comprehensive Analysis of Proposed Amendments to International Health Regulations (IHR)




Save Our Rights UK are a UK based Human Rights Organisation that engages members of the public about all Human Rights Issues in current and upcoming legislation.



The World Health Organization (WHO) is in the process of negotiating amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR). These proposed changes have sparked significant concerns regarding their potential impact on national sovereignty, individual rights, and the established framework of human rights.


These are due to be voted upon at the next World Health Assembly (WHA) in May 2024. Under the rules and regulations of the Working Group for Amendments to the International Health Regulations (WGIHR) these proposals must be finalised and communicated to all State Parties at least four months before they are presented to the WHA. Thus enabling the State Parties to give them full consideration. However the WGIHR has stated that they will not be published in Jan but they will continue working on them until the WHA in May, giving no prior oversight of the finalised draft amendments. 


However we believe that it is worth noting some aspects of previous drafts:


Director General’s Statement on Sovereignty:

– The WHO Director General has asserted that no country would cede sovereignty to WHO, a claim that appears inconsistent with the proposed amendments’ potential to transfer decision-making power to WHO.


Transfer of Decision-Making Power:

– The amendments could grant the WHO Director General sole authority to decide when and where to apply certain powers, particularly during significant disease outbreaks or health emergencies.


Binding Nature under International Law:

– Proposed amendments aim to be binding under international law, challenging the notion that national sovereignty will remain intact.

Impact on Rights and Sovereignty:

– There is a potential for external control over societal functions and basic rights, posing a threat to the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).


Specific Articles of Concern:

Article 18: Recommends measures that infringe on basic human rights.

Article 42: Requires States Parties to enact WHO recommendations, affecting non-State entities within their jurisdiction.

New Article 13A and Amendment to Article 1: Could make IHR recommendations binding, thereby transferring sovereignty to WHO

Article 3: Removes the phrase “full respect for the dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons.”


All of these amendments and more can be found in this document published by the WGIHR – WGIHR_Compilation-en.pdf (




Potential WHO Pandemic Agreement:

– A new WHO governance structure for managing pandemics may enforce new funding requirements and operational control, limiting free speech and opposition to WHO measures.


Conclusion and Recommendations:

The proposed amendments, particularly the troubling change to Article 3, raise serious concerns about the erosion of sovereignty and human rights protections. It is essential for MPs to:


– Rigorously scrutinise the implications of these amendments, especially the removal of human rights language from Article 3.

– Advocate for the retention of explicit human rights protections within the IHR framework.

– Ensure that any international health agreement reaffirms the commitment to human rights and democratic principles.

– Question the motivations behind the amendments and consider their broader impact on governance, the rule of law, and citizens’ rights.

– To not agree to adopt any amendments which would have negative implications for citizens of the UK. 


MPs must engage in informed decision-making and debate to ensure that public health measures bolster, rather than undermine, human rights protections and national sovereignty.


Vote in Favour of the Petition: 

While we cannot know in full what amendments will be brought to the WHA 2024 now, it is clear from previous drafts that they will be significant in number and consequence.


Therefore please vote in favour of the petition to ensure that after the amendments are brought to the WHA 2024 that all politicians are enabled to have their say, and to represent their constituents, by having a debate and vote on whether to adopt or reject any of the finalised amendments. 

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