Brownstone: The German Origin Of The Pandemic Treaty

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Germany has been at the center of modern globalization since the early 1970s. Germany, for instance, was the originator of the new legal theory of “reflexive law” that the United Nations has since presented it as the only suitable legal system for Sustainable Development. It has since turned the rule of law on its head. Now we see Germany as the originator of the pandemic treaty. ⁃ TN Editor

With the WHO hurtling towards adoption of the ‘Pandemic Treaty,’ as well as revisions of its International Health Regulations (IHR) which some knowledgeable observers regard as even more consequential, the predominant theory among opponents appears to be that the changes will consolidate the power of the WHO bureaucracy and hence of private interests which allegedly control the latter.

But, prima facie, the theory makes little sense. The WHO is, after all – like, say, the UN or the WTO – an international organization, in which negotiations take place among member-states and decisions are made by them. Private sources can contribute as much funding as they like, and this may well give them influence, but it will not give them a seat at the negotiating table or a vote. Without precise state sponsorship, a project like the Pandemic Treaty and the related revisions of the IHR could not even get off the ground.

And, lo and behold, if we go back far enough – before hardly anyone will have ever even heard the expression ‘pandemic treaty’ – we discover that the treaty did indeed have a state sponsor and that, unsurprisingly, the state in question is the very same state which, if albeit unbeknownst to the broader public, was the driving force behind the WHO’s Covid-19 ‘pandemic response:’ namely, Germany.

Thus, referring to then German Minister of Health Jens Spahn, the headline of a May 24, 2021 report from Germany’s DPA wire service reads: ‘Spahn Pushes for International Treaty: How the WHO Wants to Prevent a New Pandemic.’

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But the article is not in fact about how the WHO wants to prevent a future pandemic, but rather about how Germany wants the WHO to prevent a future pandemic. Thus, the accompanying blurb reads: ‘How can a catastrophe like the Corona pandemic be prevented in the future? With a UN treaty, Germany and other countries believe. At the WHO meeting, they want to break the resistance of other countries.’

The article goes on to narrate how Germany and its allies wanted to use the WHO’s annual assembly, which was being held remotely that year and which began on that very day, in order to ‘fire off the starting pistol for an international pandemic treaty.’

And so it would come to pass.

By the end of the yearly event, a few days later, then German Chancellor Angela Merkel and a somewhat ragtag band of two dozen other world leaders would publish a joint statement calling for the conclusion of a pandemic treaty. The signatories included many frankly minor figures like the prime ministers of Fiji and of Trinidad and Tobago, as well as heads of international organisations – like none other than WHO Director-General Tedros – but also somewhat weightier figures like then British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron.

‘States have to commit to cooperating and to the implementation of jointly established rules’, Spahn told the DPA. ‘So as not to remain at the level of pious wishes,’ the article continues,

A legally binding treaty is planned: whoever takes part has to abide by it. A form of compulsion is supposed to come into being: practically only rogue states could then afford not to cooperate and they would have to count on international condemnation.

Speaking of private versus state interests, by this time, in mid-2021, Germany had shot past the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to become the WHO’s largest funder, nearly quadrupling its contribution overnight in a funding effort which the DPA report explicitly links to its desire to lead the world in pandemic prevention and response. Germany’s contribution thus reached nearly $1.15 billion for the 2020-21 funding period (as can be seen here).

All of the additional funding was, of course, voluntary (Germany’s assessed contribution as member state represented a mere 5 percent of the total), and nearly all of it was earmarked precisely for the WHO’s Covid-19 response budget. As in previous years, the bulk of Gates Foundation funding, by contrast, continued to be devoted to polio eradication. (See flowchart here.)

Thus, more to the point, if Germany’s total contribution to the WHO budget easily surpassed that of the Gates Foundation, its specific contribution to the Covid-19 response budget dwarfed that of the Gates Foundation. The below graphs generated from the WHO database clearly illustrate this fact for 2020, with Germany’s $425 million contribution leading the pack by a wide margin and the Gates Foundation’s mere $15 million trailing even the likes of Yemen!

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In 2021, Germany would continue to lead the pack, with the European Commission, under former German Minister of Defence Ursula von der Leyen, now upping its game and finishing (a distant) second. The combined pledges of Germany ($406 million) and the Commission ($160 million) would represent around half of the WHO’s total Covid-19 response budget. The Gates Foundation contribution would fall to just $10 million. (See the WHO database here, selecting ‘SPRP 2021,’ and for further discussion, my earlier article here.)

Moreover, Germany was not only massively funding the WHO’s Covid-19 response. It was also uniquely well-positioned within the organisation to influence the development of the Pandemic Treaty and the revisions of the International Health Regulations.

Thus, the DPA report notes that ‘a WHO expert commission led by Lothar Wieler, the head of the Robert Koch Institute,’ had recommended the quick dispatch of ‘crisis teams’ to the area of a ‘pandemic outbreak.’ This procedure is supposed to be ‘anchored in the treaty,’ i.e. to be mandatory whether a country wants to receive such ‘crisis teams’ or not.

A commission led by Lothar Wieler, the head of the Robert Koch Institute? The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) is none other than the German public health authority. Wieler’s leading such a commission is as if Rochelle Walensky would lead a WHO expert commission while still heading the CDC or, say, Anthony Fauci would lead a WHO expert commission while still heading NIAID.

Wieler, who has since stepped down from his position as head of the RKI, chaired the WHO’s ‘Review Committee on the Functioning of the International Health Regulations during the COVID-19 Response,’ which undoubtedly played a key role in developing the proposed revisions of the IHR. This is perhaps the commission to which the DPA report is referring.

Wieler is also a long-time champion of the so-called ‘One Health’ approach, focusing on ‘zoonotic’ or animal origins of human diseases, which is at the very heart of the proposed pandemic treaty. (See the ‘zero draft’ here and the Wieler-edited volume here.) Wieler is a veterinarian, incidentally.

As further evidence of Germany’s commitment to ‘pandemic prevention,’ the DPA report also points to a German government grant of €30 million to the WHO to create a ‘pandemic early warning centre’ in Berlin. The €30 million would become $100 million and the ‘early warning system’ would become the Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence, which was inaugurated in Berlin – just three months later! – on September 1, 2021, by Chancellor Merkel and WHO Director-General Tedros.

Although the hub is commonly described as a WHO centre, it is in fact run as a full-fledged partnership between the WHO and none other than the German public health authority, the RKI. On that same September 1, 2021, Wieler and Tedros marked the creation of the partnership with a celebratory elbow-bump, as can be seen in the below picture taken from the RKI tweet here.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Die Länder haben Schwerpunktaufgaben. So sind z.B. die NL der Hub für die Lebensmittelknappheit, Frankreich und Schweiz der Angelhaken fürs Weltfinanzsystem, in Italien sind eher die Geoengineering Projekte angesiedelt und Deutschland hat man wegen seiner historischen Rolle für die Eugenik ausgewählt. Dazu gibt es Stufien von deutschen Gesundheitsstrstegen, die sich deswegen Sorgen machen Aber die Aufgabenverteilung stammt von UNWEF. Amerikaner haben bis heute die Neigung zu glauben, dass Deutsche Nazis die Welt verdorben haben. So lange sie nicht begreifen, dass dieses Spiel schon seit über 100 Jahren von allen gespielt wird, entgeht ihnen Wesentliches, auch wenn es euren Patriotismus beleidigt… Read more »

Inge Palme

Ja, Thailand für die Gesichtserkennung. Österreich offensichtlich für das Test-Regime mit Namen Pandemic Resilience. Ich stimme zu, bin überrascht, wie weit Russland trotz der kriegsbedingten Spannungen die industrielle Revolution fortsetzt.

Inge Palme

Es ist ein hochkomplexes Netzwerk, das sehr strukturiert über Jahrzehnte aufgebaut worden ist. Club of Rome, Club of Madrid, Club of Budapest. Ganz vorne mit dabei, bei der koporatitischen Übernahme der Vereinten Nationen – keine Überraschung – eine Mischung aus U.S-amerkerianischen und europäischen Konzernen und Foundations. Schließlich muss nun alles gesund werden, bis hinein in das Finanz- und Geldsystem. Beim Eingang in die Ära der synthetischen Biologie fehlt Rockefeller klarerweise nicht. So wiederholt sich die Kolonialisierung nun ein weiteres Mal. Wie rasch und brutal aus einem inklusiven Anspruch die gesellschaftliche Exklusion von Personengruppen wird, hat allen voran Österreich,… Read more »


Ich bin überrascht und freue mich, hier mal auf jemanden zu treffen, der ebenfalls inhaltlich beiträgt!

Die Clubs stammen alle aus der Peccei-Rockefeller-Retorte.

Die UN Foundation ist allerdings trotz der Bezeichnung selbst eine private Stiftung von Ted Turner, der auch zum ‘Good Club’ gehört

“Media entrepreneur and philanthropist Ted Turner founded the UN Foundation in 1998 because he believed the United Nations is indispensable to tackling humanity’s greatest challenges and driving global progress.”


Germany’s expanding role in global health Prof Ilona Kickbusch, PhD  Christian Franz, MPP Prof Anna Holzscheiter, PhD Iris Hunger, PhD Prof Albrecht Jahn, PhD Carsten Köhler, PhD et al. Published:July 03, 2017 “The former German Minister of Foreign Affairs and current President of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, reiterated this position in a statement published in Foreign Affairs: “Our historical experience has destroyed any belief in national exceptionalism—for any nation”.12 Any claim for a political leadership role is rapidly challenged both from within and outside of Germany. Even decades after World War 2, Germany did not actively seek a role as a… Read more »

Corona Hotspott

Germoney, the paymaster of the world, is a non-state and a puppet of the US resp. the psychopathic elite. The scumbag CV minister was even informed by Dr. Stefan Lanka that they don’t have a virus at all and yet this sick law came into being. Dr. Lanka showed exactly how they come to their false findings – the test scam etc. all included -, but no one wants to hear it. It’s getting sicker and sicker here every day. When (not if) the WHO mafia takes over, I predict we will have uprisings and perhaps even civil wars world… Read more »

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Inge Palme

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Inge Palme

It was Timothy Snyder a historian from University Yale who convinced Europeans, especcially in Germany and Austria that it the duty of Europe.

I don’t know who he can believe that Europe is able to do what – as he said – USA was not able to do and failed: Controlling the power of the big (global) companies.

He is very good in that what he is doing: Convincing Europe to another Colonialization of the world. This time inclusive the own population. Using historian guilt.

His speech to Europe.


Den kannte ich noch nicht ….


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The mistake that the investigators usually make is that they go after individuals and governments.

But we are dealing with a SYSTEM that has been planned and prepared for decades, comparable to military strategists who orderly place their people in the appropriate places and wait for the best time to start the war. Everyone has his position, his tasks, his weapons.

‘The people’ are organisations and governments. The investigators who only see the effects and think they are the cause are woefully wrong.


“Bundesregierung fördert Projekte der Gates Stiftung mit 3,8 Milliarden EURO
26. Juli 2023
Der Bund steuert insgesamt 3,8 Milliarden EUR für 31 Projekte bei in denen die Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation BMGF beteiligt war oder ist.’

Brownstone hat darüber auch berichtet, aber Mrd. fäkschlich mit Million übersetzt statt mit billion!