Astrid Stuckelberger is a former World Health Organisation (WHO) insider currently whistleblowing its attempts to tighten its control over member states.

[Astrid is] a scientist, researcher and teacher for 25 years at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva and Lausanne (Switzerland) […] and worked with the WHO on International Health Regulation (IHR) and public health emergency management between 2009 and 2013.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is a specialised agency of the United Nations (UN), that is responsible for international public health.

It was established 1948 and its headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland.

Officially, the primary purpose of the WHO is to promote the attainment of the highest possible level of health for all people worldwide. It achieves this by providing leadership in global health matters, setting norms and standards, coordinating and supporting international health programs, and conducting research and providing technical assistance to countries.

While the WHO does have global influence, particularly in areas of health policy and coordination, it does not possess direct governance authority over member states.

However, the WHO wants to change that through its Pandemic Treaty.

The treaty is claimed to be an international agreement to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, proposed by a group of world leaders in March 2021, in the wake of the fake Covid pandemic. The treaty would create a legally binding framework for countries to work together to prevent, detect, and respond to pandemics.

Which is another way of saying that the WHO wants centralised control over its members states through the guise of public health.

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