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Are different jurisdictions getting wise to the globalists? 

Summarised by Centrist 

In the United States, Louisiana’s state senate unanimously passed a bill prohibiting the influence of globalist bodies such as the World Health Organisation (WHO), the United Nations (UN), and the World Economic Forum (WEF) within the state’s jurisdiction.

The bill, titled “Public Health and International Organizations,” seeks to nullify any rules, regulations, fees, taxes, or mandates imposed by these entities within the state of Louisiana.

This move is part of a broader trend where international organisations, especially in the wake of the pandemic, have increasingly shaped policies in member countries like Canada.

That is why in that country, conservative member of Parliament Leslyn Lewis is advocating for similar actions through petition e-4623. It urges the country to distance itself from the WEF’s Agenda 2030 and exit agreements with the WHO and UN. The petition gained significant traction, garnering over 90,000 signatures and was presented to the House of Commons.

This comes as the WHO’s proposed Pandemic Treaty, slated for May 2024, is triggering concerns about international oversight and mandates in health emergencies. Officials are gearing up for the World Health Assembly meeting where the final draft of the treaty will be put to a vote.

Read more over at The Western Standard

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