One of the many proposed amendments to the IHR includes removal of wording such as "dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms"
This should alarm every individual on our planet and is why we all need to contact our parliamentary representatives.
That's what this website is for.
It's time to shed light on a matter that affects every one of us, no matter our walk of life.
Our government is on the brink of making a decision that could have chilling consequences for our health, freedom, privacy, animals, and the environment we hold dear. This decision involves the World Health Organization (W.H.O).
On top of all that, believe it or not, the W.H.O. is demanding millions of dollars from Australia to further their reach.
Why should you care?
Because this isn't just another government decision; it's a direct threat to our freedoms and our way of life. They're pushing for mandatory surveillance and control, and that's something straight out of a dystopian nightmare.
Now, they're pretending to ask for our opinions by posing three seemingly simple questions. But don't be fooled. It's all a smokescreen. They're trying to make it look like they consulted us, when in reality, they're pretending, while giving away the keys to our health and well-being to the W.H.O.
For the past nine months, you and us, have been asking tough questions and gathering signatures from 55 thousand of you wonderful Australians.. The government is starting to feel the heat, and they're feeling vulnerable. So, they're throwing this questionnaire at us as a last-ditch effort to make themselves look better.
But here's the catch: the questions they're asking are just a distraction. The real devil is in the details and they're conveniently leaving those out. It's like asking if you want dessert without telling you it's laced with poison. DO NOT let them off the hook now. It's time to stand up again and push harder.
It's of much greater benefit for you to respond to the questions in your own words. The survey examples below are intended as a guide to help you formulate your own responses.
"Given the potential dire and horrifying ramifications of these proposed amendments, it is time to take a stand and let Parliament know that they need to hold an inquiry into the International Health Regulations.
The best way to do this is by sending an email to the JSCOT (Joint Standing Committee on Treaties) secretariat."
Given the potential dire and horrifying ramifications of these proposed amendments, it is time for Australians to take a stand and let our MP's know that they need to represent "We, the people" with our disapproval of them.
The best way to do this is by writing to and calling our MPs.
Australia's MPs are all listed down below by state. If you want to send an email or call them, we've simplified the process by preparing a letter that you can copy (with one tap or mouse click), and then you click a button to email a selected MP.
While we'd all love the convenience of emailing all MPs at once, sadly, their staff members will delete emails that appear to be part of a mass-mailing campaign.
This is why all emails must be individualised, to ensure they get through.
All it takes is four mouse clicks and typing 10-15 words. If this is too much for us, then we deserve what we get.