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‘The house of cards is collapsing, they have failed!’

Recently, MEP Virginie Joron invited renowned French tropical doctor and vaccine expert Professor Christian Perronne to the European Parliament for a conference. MEP Christine Anderson delivered the opening speech.

Published: November 26, 2022, 7:08 am

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    Perronne was prosecuted by the French government for his criticism of the Corona policy, but was recently fully rehabilitated by the disciplinary chamber of the French order of doctors. The doctor argued, among other things, that masks and lockdowns do not work and that the danger of Corona had been grossly exaggerated. He received a standing ovation in the European Parliament.

    “A wind of change is blowing. Their house of cards is collapsing,” Anderson said alongside a smiling Perronne. “I am tired of being called a Covidiot.”

    It was all a big lie

    Certain developments are currently gathering pace thanks to MEP Rob Roos (JA21), who had asked a Pfizer executive in a hearing whether the Corona vaccine had been pre-tested to prevent the spread of the virus. No, she replied. Therefore the notion that “you’re doing it for someone else” was always a lie, Roos said.

    “We all know now that people were lied to,” Anderson underscored. “It was one big lie. All the measures that governments took – curtailing freedoms, locking people in their homes – were based on that one big lie.”

    She said she was determined to get to the bottom of why people of over the world were misled. Anderson pointed out that none of this would have been possible without the enormous support of all those people who took to the streets to show their dissatisfaction with the Corona policy. “Thank you for that,” she said.

    Anderson further noted that EU chief Ursula von der Leyen has come under pressure to make vaccine contracts public. People have a right to know what those contracts entailed, as well as the text messages she exchanged with Pfizer boss Albert Bourla, the MEP said.

    “People need to know who they can hold responsible. It was never about public health, it was never about breaking waves, it was always about breaking people. But – and this is the good news – they failed! They failed. And I’m very proud of that.”

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