Liberal Member of Parliament Mag. Gerald Hauser has written several parliamentary questions on the subject of the WHO and is more knowledgeable about the subject than almost anyone else in Austria. The concern that Austria’s sovereignty is being abandoned in secretly negotiated treaties and surrendered to the globalist, undemocratic WHO is growing from a recent question response. Hauser specifically explains the big problems with the answer – and where the current path leads. He sees only a few ways out of this situation.
With number 14836/AB, Green Health Minister Johannes Rauch answers 59 current questions from Liberal MP Hauser. Like many other government critics, he worries about the complete surrender of national sovereignty in relation to changes to international health regulations and the planned pandemic treaty. Treaties are negotiated outside national parliaments and thus outside democratic processes. In a quiet little room, subordinate negotiators from the OVP and the Greens seek to approve the drafting of the papers and present our country with a real achievement.
Mag. Florian Machal, editor-in-chief of Gerald Hauser Report24, answered questions for about 50 minutes. Watch the full interaction via Zoom on 16th August here:
Hauser sees no chance of averting the agreement, except for the FPO’s massive strengthening in the upcoming EU and national council elections. If the treaties proceed as it appears, Austria will accept the decision of WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, a dubious and controversial figure. After that, the epidemic and “necessary measures” can be declared alone, without answering or asking anyone. Similarly curfew, compulsory masks and compulsory vaccination. This situation would actually be the end of national sovereignty and also the end of democracy. This is ensured even in contracts with far-reaching censorship rules. Medically and thus scientifically and from the side of the press, only a unified opinion should be allowed.
Below you will find the answer to the inquiry made by the Ministry of Health, which satisfies, satisfies and, finally, in some places pretends that you do not know anything. There sovereignty is not seen to be threatened, despite the desired subordination in the form of a binding treaty. Many articles had not yet been negotiated and since the full text was not yet known, it was not known whether it would be sent to Parliament. However, based on the current situation, it will be assumed that this will happen.
The Ministry and Minister Rauch are of the clear opinion that the public has been adequately involved in the contracting process. Finally, one is discussing with representatives of selected NGOs – these should probably be considered representative of the population. In fact, NGOs usually receive a significant portion of their budget from the public purse, so inform yourself – if so – about “progress” in the drafting of the contract.
Rauch sees no restrictions on human or fundamental rights in the widespread censorship measures necessary. Rauch sees no possibility of withdrawing from the WHO contract once it expires, as WHO law does not provide for a withdrawal clause. The Green Minister clearly does not realize that this alone is a massive violation of human rights.