May 27, 2024

Japanese Breaks Tradition to Protect Freedom, Tens of Thousands Show Up To Protest Against WHO’s Pandemic Treaty


The article covers large-scale protests in Japan against the World Health Organization’s proposed pandemic treaty. Demonstrators express opposition to the treaty, citing concerns about potential infringements on individual freedoms and sovereignty. The protests underscore widespread apprehension regarding the treaty’s implications and call for greater transparency and public involvement in the decision-making process surrounding global health policies.

Some of the speakers at the event included Molecular Pathology Professor Masayasu Inoue and History Researcher Chikatsu Hayashi who previously spoke out against the weaponization of health.

Editor’s Note: Protesting is not a culture in Japan, but the fact that tens of thousands of Japanese would come out to show their disgust for the Pandemic Treaty is notable. Of course, the massive protest has not been covered by the controlled mainstream media, but that shouldn’t stop us from seeing what these protests are about: it is a fight for freedom, for the capacity to make decisions about our bodies.

Unlike the Philippines, the Japanese government has not forced its people to take the vaccine. They have also appropriately warned their people about some of the side effects of the COVID-19 shot. Several studies have also come out from Japan showing that vaccines were useless against COVID-19 and that it could lead to serious long-term diseases. Japan knows that the WHO must not be given the capacity to determine its health policies. [See Japanese Health Ministry: COVID Vaccination Not Mandatory, to be Given Only with Informed Consent, Japanese Health Ministry warns of COVID vaccine’s side effects, Big study from Japan shows no difference in viral load between boosted, vaccinated, unvaccinated, Japanese Study: COVID Vaccine May Cause Long-Term Heart Damage, Even in People With No Symptoms].

Filipinos must take heed.

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