Subject for discussion: The importance of multilateralism in advancing inclusive growth and sustainable development for the South African economy
Speech by ACDP MP, Wayne Thring

Issued by the ACDP Parliamentary Media Office

ACDP says while multilateralism has advantages, it can also threaten the sovereignty of nations

Sep 14, 2023

“House Chairperson, the ACDP notes that multilateralism is an alliance of multiple countries pursuing a common goal. In the right hands, it can be an important tool for promoting inclusive growth and sustainable development. While it has advantages, it also has disadvantages that can threaten the sovereignty of nations.

Influential countries like Britain and the US are committed to multilateralism as a step toward a multilateral world order … in other words a One World Government or New World Order.

During Covid, multilateral agreements were reached by the WHO, pharmaceutical companies, and countries around the world. The ACDP warned against secret agreements, and called for safety, efficacy, and transparency. The FDA was forced by a court in the USA, to reveal documents relating to the licencing of the Pfizer vaccine. Pfizer documents revealed that over thousand people died in their trial, yet they called their drug safe and effective. The Health for Justice Initiative took the SA government to court, in order to obtain information about the contract signed between Pfizer and the SA Government. Clause 5.5 of the contract states, “Purchaser further acknowledges that the long-term effects and efficacy of the Vaccine are not currently known and that there may be adverse effects of the Vaccine that are not currently known.” Furthermore, Pfizer charged SA 32.5% more than it charged the AU and J&J charged SA 15% more than it charged the EU. Pfizer recently purchased a rival pharmaceutical company called Arena, which produces products that treat immunoinflammatory diseases from Covid injury, for $6.7 billion. So, Pfizer, who caused vaccine injuries, are now going to be the solution.

Additionally, it was revealed in the European Parliament that the WHO, through its new draft Pandemic Treaty is attempting to undertake a soft coup, by creating a new set of laws which ignores existing human rights laws, under the pretext of pandemic preparedness and bio-security agenda. This treaty will remove human health protections embedded in the IHR’s, will enforce surveillance, censorship, get rid of freedom of speech, and require governments to push a single narrative.

The ACDP has one message for this type of Multilateralism, gone rogue: We will not bow. The ACDP calls on all South Africans and countries who wish to protect their sovereignty, to do likewise.

I thank you.”


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