Greg Hunt delegate to WHO – being taken over by PPP’s, or being corporatised

Feb 22

Posted by Editor, cairnsnews

by Alison Ryan, investigative reporter

Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger worked for the WHO for 20 years. She presented whistle-blower testimony in the Grand Jury, Day 2, Part 6.
Grand Jury – Day 2 Part 6 – Dr. Astrid Stuckelberger and Dr. Sylvia Berendt – Testimony

In her testimony Dr. Stuckelberger states that the WHO Inter-governmental Panel for Treaty on Preparedness and Response “is problematic”. More on this later involving Mr Greg Hunt.

Dr. Stuckelberger reveals that Public Private Partnerships are taking over the WHO. The Global Health Security Agenda was implemented by private entities which is very undemocratic.

She states that the Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) is under the authority of WHO and covers four categories – Infection’s biology/food borne biology/chemical biology/radio nuclear radiation and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) – however Dr. Stuckelberger says that the IAEA has power over WHO.

The IAEA operates in Australia through DFAT. See:
https://www.dfat.gov.au/international-relations/security/non-proliferation-disarmament-arms-control/IAEA-peaceful-nuclear-uses/Pages/international-atomic-energy-agency

Dr. Stuckelberger reveals that IAEA is in charge of the RTPCR kit and whilst IAEA is independent from the UN it has its own International Treaty and reports to the UN General Assembly and the UN Security Council every year.

She states that IAEA has developed nuclear derived diagnostic technology to detect and identify covid in hours in humans and in animals. Is it any wonder then that the Treaty on Preparedness and Response, mentioned earlier, recognises a “One Health” approach by connecting the health of humans, animals and our planet together.

Dr. Stuckelberger says that the City of London – big finance – is getting control of WHO. She states that world NGOs – British – and CDC military are in control.

On 1 December 2021 the Treaty on Preparedness and Response, mentioned by Dr Stuckelberger, was agreed to by the 194 members of WHO to be constituted and to hold its first meeting by 1 March 2022.
https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/coronavirus/pandemic-treaty/

The long list of Australian delegates to that meeting on 1 Dec 2021 were:
Chief delegate – Mr G. Hunt, Minister for Health and Aged Care
Deputy chief delegate – Dr B. Murphy, Secretary, Department of Health
Delegate(s) – Mr P. McBride, Deputy Secretary, Department of Health
Alternate(s) – Ms B. Field, First Assistant Secretary, Portfolio Strategies Division, Department of Health
Ms S. Mansfield, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Geneva
Mr T. Power, Assistant Secretary, International Strategies Branch, Department of Health
Ms K. Wallace, Assistant Secretary, Global Health Policy Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Mr J. Roach, Deputy Permanent Representative, Geneva
Ms M. Heyward, Health Adviser, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Mr J. Acacio, Health Adviser, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Ms C. Sturrock, Counsellor Health and Environment, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Dr T. Poletti, Health Adviser, Permanent Mission, Geneva
Mr A. Bharadwaj, Director, International Strategies Branch, Department of Health
Ms S. Falconer, Director, International Strategies Branch, Department of Health
Ms S. Ferguson, Director, Global Health Policy Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Ms K. Barnes, Assistant Director, International Strategies Branch, Department of Health
Mr A. Kerslake, Assistant Director, International Strategies Branch, Department of Health
Ms L. Rohan-Jones, Assistant Director, International Strategies Branch, Department of Health
Ms D. Simpson, Assistant Director, Global Health Policy Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Ms S. Mulder-Jones, Policy Officer, Global Health Policy Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Ms E. Martin Avila, Policy Officer, Global Health Policy Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
https://apps.who.int/gb/e/e_whassa2.html

*Chief delegate was Mr Greg Hunt, Minister for Health and Aged Care.

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