WHO Treaty Amendments


We are strongly opposed to the WHO and its influence on New Zealanders.

The proposed pandemic treaty and the sinister control it seems to be proposing over our nations sovereignty seems particularly concerning.

In our view we believe if membership of an organisation such as the WHO or participation in any of their treaties is bad for us as a country then we don’t sign it and/or we remove ourselves from membership of it.

We are proposing once we are in parliament we will review all these agreements and once all the facts are known we make decisions that are best for all Kiwis.


New Zealanders will be highly concerned that the World Health Organisation proposes to effectively take control of independent decision making away from sovereign countries and place control with the Director General

W.H.O International Health Regulations on future outbreaks of disease aim to give the Director General extraordinary and wide-sweeping powers.

The Labour government, Prime Minister, and Health Minister have not told the New Zealand people the details of these proposed changes which is simply alarming.

It seems Labour has learnt nothing from the handling of COVID-19 or from the numerous mistakes such as unnecessary lockdowns, removal of freedoms, and barring kiwis from their own country.

The inquiry into the handling of COVID-19 in New Zealand reports a year from now.  So why in the absence of the inquiry’s findings is Labour contemplating the bloated demands of the Director General of the W.H.O.? Or is globalism all this government thinks about?

The W.H.O. proposes a one-size fits all public health system worldwide, W.H.O. designed regulations that bind all countries, the removal of fundamental freedoms, and ignoring the view of independent nations.  Any exchange of information must be on “a reliable platform” decided by the W.H.O.

Worse still, it doesn’t have to be a health risk, but now any ‘potential risk’ dreamed up by the W.H.O.

This was the organisation that effectively let almost three million people leave or move through Wuhan before it realised it was the hub of a worldwide pandemic. 

It will be the W.H.O. that decides the health and associated responses within the country – and not the country itself.  What is breathtaking, is that if any country rejects the W.H.O. decision making, they have 48 hours to explain themselves.

This is globalism gone mad.

And just to make sure it is the W.H.O. that is control and not the health and political systems of an independent country, the W.H.O. proposes to set up a “compliance committee” – like some sort of grandiose international court of justice.

New Zealanders will be alarmed at the conversation their government is having on these matters.

Freedoms NZ is strongly opposed to the WHO treaty amendments and indeed to all globalist control of New Zealand. We stand for body sovereignty where people can make their own medical decisions. Our focus is on good nutrition and a healthy environment, rather than reliance on Big Pharma and it’s experimental treatments that are neither safe not effective.

We will take immediate steps to leave the WHO and the WEF and any other agreements which undermine the freedoms of New Zealanders. 

This message has been getting enthusiastic support during our recent roadshow of 34 New Zealand towns and cities.

The proposed updated International Health Regulations are concerning for two reasons:

1. New Zealand should not surrender its national sovereignty to global bureaucracies.

2. WHO actions over recent years have discredited the organisation.


New Conservative is committed to putting New Zealand interests first in our dealings with other nations, and aims to defund and withdraw from any international agreements or organisations that subvert or undermine our democratic processes.

ONE Party strongly oppose the WHO and all treaty amendments that seek to rob New Zealand of its health sovereignty for their WHO globalist interests.

ONE Party will withdraw from any international agreements that do not benefit our citizens first.

We are committed to protect and safeguard our nation’s sovereignty and our individual freedoms from all undue international and foreign interests.