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(TJV) A  giant demonstration occurred on April 13th in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district, drawing attention to the proposed Pandemic Treaty by the World Health Organization (WHO). This treaty, scheduled for adoption at the WHO’s General Assembly in May, has stirred controversy among citizens, leading to one of the largest protests in recent Japanese history, Gateway Pundit and Yahoo News reported.

The march began in Higashi-Ikebukuro Central Park, where thousands gathered with banners and chants expressing their concerns about the treaty and overreach of the WHO. Protesters articulated opposition to mandatory vaccinations and potential encroachments on Japan’s sovereignty.

Their banners declared a strong protest against the WHO’s stance on vaccinations and its disregard for Japan’s voluntary vaccination system. The protest aimed to highlight several issues, including concerns about increased excess deaths and a perceived lack of transparency regarding vaccine adverse effects. Demonstrators demanded accountability and clearer information from both the Japanese government and global health authorities.

Before the demonstration, prominent figures like Professor Masayasu Inoue and historian Chikatsu Hayashi provided insights, criticizing the influence of pharmaceutical companies and private interests on global health policies. Professor Inoue specifically warned about genetic vaccines and highlighted significant funding the WHO receives from entities like the Bill Gates Foundation.

According to the WHO’s website, an “urgent call for an International Pandemic Treaty” was announced on March 30, 2021. The treaty aims to coordinate a unified global response to pandemics, with the support of 25 heads of government and international leaders.

The treaty, rooted in the WHO’s constitution, seeks to draw in other relevant organizations to support the principle of health for all. It would build upon existing global health instruments, such as the International Health Regulations, to provide a tested foundation for improved international cooperation.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and his successors would have unrestricted authority to implement WHO regulations under the proposed treaty. It aims to establish a framework for international cooperation and solidarity, addressing issues like surveillance systems and outbreak response.

Ghebreyesus emphasized the urgency of planning for future pandemics, stating that the world cannot afford to wait until the current pandemic is over to prepare for the next one.

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