No interest in processing: The EU-COVID Committee has now presented a first draft of a report intended to summarize the “findings from the COVID-19 pandemic”. If this report makes one thing clear, it is that the EU leadership is not planning to act in favor of the population from now on: the serious mistakes of politics are put into perspective, the scandal surrounding the secret collusion between von der Leyen and Pfizer boss Bourla is swept under the carpet and ignored the devastating consequences of mass vaccination. Cristian Terhes accuses the committee of cover-up.
A comment by Vanessa Renner
The report “Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and recommendations for the future” was finalized on February 8 and presented by the EU’s COVID Committee on February 28. The core of the 44-page pamphlet can be summarized simply: The EU acted correctly in the alleged pandemic. It is argued that although restrictions on fundamental rights were imposed, the alleged unprecedented nature of the crisis meant that the governments should have taken swift action – which effectively justified the crimes against the population. Although there is “concern” about the devastating consequences of the measures for children and young people, there is little motivation to strictly prevent such restrictions from now on: Schools and educational institutions should rather remain open in the next pandemic, but they are sticking to it , “that education policy should be part of an emergency response strategy”. How practical that today everything can be redefined as an emergency. No processing looks like this.
Criticism of the hasty approval of experimental gene therapy drugs is sought in vain in the report, instead it is based on the fact that the EMA would have granted said approvals on the condition “that the benefits of the vaccines far outweigh their potential risks” and that from now on the same way vaccines should be dumped on the market in alleged public health emergencies without testing, because it has contributed to “a remarkable reduction in deaths and hospitalizations”. And not only that: In the following it is even claimed that the largely ineffective and dangerous Covid vaccines saved 250,000 lives in the EU. (Unfortunately, you can’t provide proof of this – no wonder, because there isn’t any.)
The only time the word “side effects” is used in the document is in the “Transparency” section, where “urges the Commission, Member States and manufacturers” to “better communicate potential side effects of vaccines, namely in a unified and coordinated way to avoid vaccine hesitancy and misinformation”. It is thus admitted that there were side effects and that these were concealed. The fact that people were harmed in this way is of no interest to anyone: the only bad thing is that the skepticism about vaccination justifiably went through the roof. What the EU is announcing as an intensified fight against misinformation, it reveals at this point as a fight against facts.
The scandal surrounding the secret collusion between EU Commission President von der Leyen and Pfizer boss Bourla is not mentioned, it is only stated that the “transparency of the procurement mechanisms” for vaccines “could be improved”. The imposed vaccination requirement is not criticized, it is even claimed that the Covid certificate should have “facilitated freedom of movement” – an Orwellian reversal of the facts.
Sharp criticism of this report came from EU MP Cristian Terhes, among others, who stated that the biggest corruption cover-up in the history of the EU was being observed here. He announced that he would fight for the report to be corrected until it reflected reality.
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