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A call for people worldwide to stand with Japan against WHO’s public health dictatorship



On Monday, a press conference was held to launch a Japanese national movement against WHO’s pandemic plans.  Organisers also announced a protest against WHO’s plans to take place on 31 May, the second last day of the World Health Assembly meeting to adopt the amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005) and the Pandemic Treaty.


“For Japan, for the world, please lend us your support,” Chikatsu Hayashi said.


As Japan mobilises for what promises to be a historic gathering, the message is clear – this is not just Japan’s fight.


Please note: WHO is attempting to have two instruments adopted at the next World Health Assembly meeting at the end of this month to implement its pandemic plans: Amendments to the International Health Regulations (2005) (“IHR”); and, the Pandemic Treaty, which has also been referred to as to as the Pandemic AgreementPandemic Accord and WHO Convention Agreement + (“WHO CA+”).

Last month, tens of thousands of citizens across Japan came together in a series of pandemic rallies. The protests centred on the widespread opposition to the World Health Organisation’s (“WHO’s”) Pandemic Treaty, with escalating concerns over “infectious disease” and “public health” becoming potent tools for an unprecedented push towards what is perceived by many as a totalitarian surveillance society.


Eminent speakers, including Professor Masayasu Inoue and modern history researcher Chikatsu Hayashi, provided compelling pre-demonstration speeches that laid bare the concerning dynamics between global health authorities and pharmaceutical agendas.

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A month later, on Monday, a press conference was broadcast on Twitter.  Below is a video clip from the press conference where Hayashi launched ‘The National Movement to Save Lives from the WHO’, explained the motivations behind the Movement and announced a protest that will take place on the first day of WHO’s 77th World Health Assembly.  Hayashi said:

This National Movement is, in fact, a campaign to protect the lives of our citizens from the public health dictatorship of the Gates Foundation, WHO, the Japanese government, and the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare, created through an artificial pandemic.
During the coronavirus crisis, in April 2021, you might remember, Japan’s own Anthony Fauci, Keizo Takemi, in a public webinar organised by the UN Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Federation of Economic Organisations, ….stated that the main source of funding for these activities comes from the Gates foundation.
WHO has not stopped using the pandemic agreement and IHR revisions as a lever for the global vaccine business and the building of a totalitarian framework.
Deceptive procedures and meetings by WHO must be monitored by people all around the world, as a necessity. On 28 May, from 9 am local time, [during the 77th World Health Assembly] Community A’s deliberations and decisions will be critically observed, and as a result, this movement might immediately call for withdrawal from WHO.  The event of Community A will be live-streamed on my X at the same time on the day.
From this Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare press room, to everyone nationwide I once again appeal for everyone to gather at the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in Hibiya at noon on 13 May, to hereby declare a national movement!
For Japan, for the world, please lend us your support.

Today’s press conference: If you notice, if you oppose, if you resist, you must show it with your attitude! Chikatsu Hayashi,
13 May 2024 (14 mins)

You can watch the original video on YouTube, in Japanese without the option for English subtitles, HERE.  And you can follow the Japanese anti-WHO movement called ‘National Movement to Save Lives from the WHO’ on Twitter HERE.



By Aussie17, 13 May 2024


Our friends in Japan kick-started the National Movement to protect Japanese citizens (and the world) against the WHO in a press conference today. This National Movement will culminate in what the organisers aim to be the world’s biggest protest against the WHO on 31 May 2024.


This movement is aimed at safeguarding citizens from the undue influence of global entities like the Gates Foundation, and WHO, alongside the Japanese government and the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare. This stance comes in response to actions and measures implemented in the wake of what has been termed an artificial pandemic.


Notably, in April 2021, a figure comparable to Japan’s Anthony Fauci, Minister of Health Keizo Takemi, highlighted in a webinar hosted by the UN Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Federation of Economic Organisations, the push towards enforcing measures under the International Health Regulations (“IHR”). Takemi, who leads the Committee on Global Health and Human Security explicitly acknowledged the Gates Foundation as a primary financier of these initiatives.


The central issue extends beyond immediate responses to the pandemic, challenging the future course set by the WHO through its pandemic agreement and IHR revisions. There’s a growing apprehension that these plans may serve to further entrench a global vaccine business and facilitate the establishment of a totalitarian health regime under the guise of public safety.


The narrative is not merely a domestic affair but a global call to action, urging people and communities worldwide to stand in solidarity with Japan against what is described as a public health dictatorship. It’s about standing up for a future where public health decisions are transparent, equitable and free from corrupt influence from private interests such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (and more).


Today, as Japan mobilises for what promises to be a historic gathering, the message is clear – this is not just Japan’s fight. The Japanese appear to be leading the way, and the world needs to get behind them to send a message to the globalists. It’s a battle for the heart of global health governance, an opportunity to demand better, and a moment for the world to unite in pursuit of a healthier, freer future.


About the Author


Aussie17 is a pseudonym for a former pharmaceutical executive who worked in the industry for 20 years.  During that time, he/she was assigned to various continents and countries to acquire global experience and so has worked in Europe, the US, Japan and some smaller Asian nations.  Aussie17 resigned due to requirements to get covid vaccinated before travelling to another country.

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