‘Vaccin’ covid : l’Algérie accuse Pfizer de chantage. L’Union Européenne s’y soumet-MPI.

Francesca de Villasmundo Mai 12 featured image

En pleine hystérie covid, l’information était passée sous silence. En mai 2021, le ministre de la Santé de l’Algérie, au demeurant professeur en médecine et orthopédiste, Abderrahmane Benbouzid, avait déclaré que le géant pharmaceutique Pfizer avait posé des conditions préalables à la fourniture de vaccins « inacceptables » pour l’Algérie 

« En novembre [2020], nous avons convenu [un accord] avec Pfizer, mais il nous a mis dans une situation que nous ne pouvions pas accepter dans la mesure où il nous a demandé d’acheter un certain nombre de vaccins, de payer en avance et d’exonérer totalement Pfizer de toutes poursuites dans le cas où le vaccin aurait des travers. Nous ne l’avons pas accepté, nous ne l’acceptons toujours pas. »

Ces conditions « inacceptables », l’Union Européenne, la vassale des Etats-Unis et des intérêts financiers de Big Pharma, les accepte sans rechigner. Seules quelques voix s’élèvent contre cette collusion, dont celle du député européen du groupe des Verts, Michèle Rivasi. En commission spéciale Covid-19 aujourd’hui, elle a « demandé à la commissaire européenne à la Santé, Stella Kyriakides, si les 27 pays membres étaient encore obligés d’acheter des millions de doses de vaccins alors que les stocks débordent et que la situation épidémiologique s’est améliorée ».

Stella Kyriakides lui a répondu que la Commission européenne est en intenses discussions avec BioNTech et Pfizer pour régler cette question de surplus en repoussant la livraison pour la fin de 3eme trimestre 2022. Et que la nouvelle autorité sanitaire de l’UE, HERA, finalise le même accord avec Moderna.

En commission spéciale Covid-19, j’ai demandé à la commissaire européenne à la Santé, Stella Kyriakides, si les 27 pays membres étaient encore obligés d’acheter des millions de doses de vaccins alors que les stocks débordent et que la situation épidémiologique s’est améliorée. pic.twitter.com/CStN1zdKnF

— Michèle Rivasi 🌍 (@MicheleRivasi) May 12, 2022

En somme, tandis que l’Afrique défend ses intérêts face aux géants pharmaceutiques, l’Union Européenne s’écrase devant Pfizer par la voix de l’atlantiste von der Leyen et de ses collaborateurs, pire leur fait des ponts d’or pour des injections expérimentales anti-covid qui s’avèrent en plus nocives.

La « crise » covid aura montré l’abyssale décadence de l’Occident, et sa perte de puissance politique et économique.

Francesca de Villasmundo

Francesca de Villasmundo Mai 12

En pleine hystérie covid, l’information était passée sous silence. En mai 2021, le ministre de la Santé de l’Algérie, au demeurant professeur en médecine et orthopédiste, Abderrahmane Benbouzid, avait déclaré que le géant pharmaceutique Pfizer avait posé des conditions préalables à la fourniture de vaccins « inacceptables » pour l’Algérie 

« En novembre [2020], nous avons convenu [un accord] avec Pfizer, mais il nous a mis dans une situation que nous ne pouvions pas accepter dans la mesure où il nous a demandé d’acheter un certain nombre de vaccins, de payer en avance et d’exonérer totalement Pfizer de toutes poursuites dans le cas où le vaccin aurait des travers. Nous ne l’avons pas accepté, nous ne l’acceptons toujours pas. »

Ces conditions « inacceptables », l’Union Européenne, la vassale des Etats-Unis et des intérêts financiers de Big Pharma, les accepte sans rechigner. Seules quelques voix s’élèvent contre cette collusion, dont celle du député européen du groupe des Verts, Michèle Rivasi. En commission spéciale Covid-19 aujourd’hui, elle a « demandé à la commissaire européenne à la Santé, Stella Kyriakides, si les 27 pays membres étaient encore obligés d’acheter des millions de doses de vaccins alors que les stocks débordent et que la situation épidémiologique s’est améliorée ».

Stella Kyriakides lui a répondu que la Commission européenne est en intenses discussions avec BioNTech et Pfizer pour régler cette question de surplus en repoussant la livraison pour la fin de 3eme trimestre 2022. Et que la nouvelle autorité sanitaire de l’UE, HERA, finalise le même accord avec Moderna.

En commission spéciale Covid-19, j’ai demandé à la commissaire européenne à la Santé, Stella Kyriakides, si les 27 pays membres étaient encore obligés d’acheter des millions de doses de vaccins alors que les stocks débordent et que la situation épidémiologique s’est améliorée. pic.twitter.com/CStN1zdKnF

— Michèle Rivasi 🌍 (@MicheleRivasi) May 12, 2022

En somme, tandis que l’Afrique défend ses intérêts face aux géants pharmaceutiques, l’Union Européenne s’écrase devant Pfizer par la voix de l’atlantiste von der Leyen et de ses collaborateurs, pire leur fait des ponts d’or pour des injections expérimentales anti-covid qui s’avèrent en plus nocives.

La « crise » covid aura montré l’abyssale décadence de l’Occident, et sa perte de puissance politique et économique.

Francesca de Villasmundo

Ils ne veulent pas éliminer la pauvreté. Ils veulent éliminer les pauvres.

Publié le10 mai 2022parOlivier Demeulenaere

Par ses fonctions sur le terrain, en Afrique notamment, Gabriel Tereso a découvert progressivement comment, sous couvert d’aide publique au développement et de « politique de santé reproductive », certains Occidentaux visent en fait une limitation de la croissance démographique et la déconstruction du modèle familial dans les pays pauvres ou émergents, parfois à l’insu de leurs populations. Éliminer les pauvres plutôt que la pauvreté, voilà leur objectif.

Les moyens : la manipulation des opinions publiques, les programmes officiels (échanges « nourriture contre contraception », campagnes de stérilisation…), mais aussi l’ajout secret d’antigènes hCG dans les vaccins antitétaniques. L’auteur détaille ces politiques, davantage connues depuis la première conférence de Pékin en 1995.

Enfin, il montre comment elles se rattachent à la pensée eugéniste du XIXe siècle : une vision malthusienne promue aujourd’hui encore par de grandes fondations privées « philanthropiques ». Adossées à de puissants groupes financiers et industriels, celles-ci financent les ONG et les grandes institutions internationales (ONU, FMI, OMS…), s’appropriant ainsi la gouvernance mondiale des politiques d’aide au développement, au mépris de la démocratie et du bien commun.
L’auteur :

Gabriel Tereso est docteur en santé publique et spécialiste des politiques de santé dans les pays en développement. Il intervient comme expert en Afrique, en Asie ou en Amérique latine pour des organisations internationales, des cabinets d’étude ou les Nations unies pour lesquelles il a travaillé plusieurs années.

Source : Les Editions du Bien Commun

Rappels :

PLANDEMIE – Gates, Soros, Rockefeller, Buffet, Bezos : l’idéologie néo-malthusienne des élites globalistes

Rassurez-vous : Les « vaccins » Covid-19 ne stériliseront pas TOUTE la population !

L’éditeur a rencontré une erreur inattendue-Paul Claudel and the Poetry of Praise-article censuré et récupéré-The catholic thing

Paul Claudel and the Poetry of Praise James Matthew WilsonSaturday, May 7, 2022 This past year marked the seven-hundredth anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri, the greatest of Italian poets and, in his Divine Comedy, the greatest poet of Christendom. Readers know best Dante’s intricate and scholastic depiction of Hell in Inferno, but this is Dante at his least original. A casual acquaintance with Book VI of Virgil’s Aeneid suffices to show that Dante’s choice of Virgil for his guide through the netherworld was well advised; he follows Virgil as closely as possible. Sin, death, and destruction more generally were the familiar stuff of classical literature, where epic, tragedy, and history predominated.Where Dante stands apart is not in the depths of Hell, however precisely he renders the darkness visible, but in the heights of Heaven, where he depicts the realms of the blessed as no poet ever had before. Classical philosophy, from Plato’s vision of the sunlight of the Good in The Republic onward, had given to the world an aesthetics of light. Undivided and indivisible light was the sensible analogy for the principle cause of reality as such in all its splendor. Christians found there the adequate symbol of God, whose divine simplicity shed its light on all things and caused them to be.The philosophers and theologians of Christianity saw that the intellectual soul would find happiness only in contemplating the eternal God as the eye drinks with endless joy the beauty of light. But only Dante, at the beginning of the fourteenth century, would give epic expression to this theological aesthetics of light.*Over the thirty-three cantos of the Paradiso, Dante describes the realms of light with various and ever-increasing beauty. In the third heaven, for instance, he depicts one blessed soul as it speaks to him, departs to return to the dance of glory, and is replaced by another soul who has something to share. Dante writes, beginning with the soul’s words”    “Above are mirrors—Thrones is what you call them—
and from them God in judgment shines on us;
and thus we think it right to say such things.”
   Here she was silent and appeared to me
to turn toward other things, reentering
the wheeling dance where she had been before.
   The other joy, already known to me
as precious, then appeared before my eyes
like a pure ruby struck by the sun’s rays.
   On high, joy is made manifest by brightness,
as, here on earth, by smiles. . .Some readers tire of such uniform brilliance, which does not, to be sure, possess the same kinds of interest as the tortured, peculiar inventiveness found in Dante’s Hell. T.S. Eliot once wrote, in discussing Dante, that “We have (whether we know it or not) a prejudice against beatitude as material for poetry.” When I revisit the Comedy, however, it is almost exclusively for the epic vision of glory it offers. It more than anything else in Dante seems ever ancient, ever new.Little in modern literature can compare to such a vision of light and praise. This is in part the case, because literature, including poetry, is primarily dramatic, drama requires conflict, conflict requires consequences, and consequences must include suffering. Dante’s Paradiso skates by with an absolute minimum of conflict; most of the rest of our stories hinge upon it.Many poets succeed in the poetry of praise in short poems, but very few give expression to the kind of sustained note of praise that we find in Dante. And fewer still capture the cosmic vision of light he gives us. For this reason, the French Catholic poet Paul Claudel stands out in the last century as Dante did in his.Claudel converted to the Church on Christmas day, 1886, the beauty of Notre Dame in Paris occasioning the momentous change in his heart. From that moment, he became one of the finest modern religious poets and, as he described in a 1927 lecture, the religious poet can express as none other can the meaning of Creation, the drama of the soul as it comes to God and, “the creative theme par excellence,” praise through faith.I was reminded of this in reading Jonathan Geltner’s new translation of Claudel’s most important poetic work, the Five Great Odes. From beginning to end, the poems depict Claudel as a recipient of inspiration and grace; his struggle is to do justice to the vision that God gives to His people.**The poetry of doubt, longing, and despair are nowhere to be found; the poetry of cosmic vision, light, praise is everywhere. Consider these lines from the second Ode:So hail! world new to my eyes, world now total!
Entire creed of things visible and invisible,
   I accept you with a catholic heart.
Wherever I turn my head
I envision the immeasurable octave of creation.
For now the world opens itself to me again, and no matter
   how vast its span, my gaze sweeps it
   from one end to another.            . . .so from the greatest angel who looks upon you,
   to the gravel of forlorn roads, between
   every bound of creation,
nowhere is the unity broken, all things joined together
   seamless as the soul to the body;
the ineffable movement of the Seraphim
   ramifies among the nine orders of spirits, Dante’s heavens,
and finally down here on earth, as the wind that rises,
   Sower and Reaper!Claudel’s odes are poems of praise that not only recall Dante’s medieval vision of Creator and Creation, but insist that this vision is available now, today, in the modern world, to each and every one of us. History may seem to carry everything off; cultural decline may make faith’s vision and praise seem impossible; but grace transcends history and penetrates it, lifts it up, and enables Claudel – and all of us – to praise as, in Claudel’s words, our fathers believed before us.Dante and Claudel lived in very different historical circumstances, but the same Holy Spirit inspired them both, and engendered in them the same brilliant language of praise.Images:*Dante Alighieri by Domenico di Michelino, 1465 [Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, Italy]**Paul Claudel by Jacques-Emile Blanche, 1919 [Museum of Fine Arts, Rouen, France]You may also enjoy:Robert Royal’s Beyond Neutrality+Michael Novak’s Four Great Gifts Italy Has Given America© 2022 The Catholic Thing.

L’éditeur a rencontré une erreur inattendue.article censuré et récupéré

FDA Approves Killer COVID Drug for Babies

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by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

While we have focused more on the COVID-19 vaccines that have created more deaths and injuries than all other FDA-approved vaccines for the previous 30 years, the other killer COVID drug currently being administered to the public is Remdesivir, with the brandname of “VEKLURY.”

This drug, which was originally developed for ebola but never approved because it was so dangerous, has a history of scandals and many thousands of deaths since it was given an EUA (emergency use authorization) by the FDA, and then in October of 2020 it was fully approved by the FDA as a treatment for adults with COVID-19.

To get the original EUA by the FDA, they had to attack existing drugs in the market that were already being proven as safe and effective against COVID-19 symptoms, such Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.

A reasonable estimate of deaths caused by this killer drug worldwide would number in the millions. Here is some of our previous coverage regarding the scandals that brought Remdesivir to the market to treat COVID patients during the Trump administration:

Was a False Hydroxychloroquine Narrative Created to Destroy the Competition for Gilead’s Remdesivir?

Fauci’s Remdesivir Drug Fast-Tracked by FDA for Approval Exposed as a Fraud

Editors of The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine: Pharmaceutical Companies are so Financially Powerful They Pressure us to Accept Papers

Trump to do Full 5-Day Course of Remdesivir – Betrayal of Hydroxychloroquine Doctors?

In September of 2021, Attorney Thomas Renz released to the public statistics on Remdesivir that a whistleblower had given to him from the CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) database, and the statistics were truly horrifying in terms of how many people were dying after taking this drug, which was over 25% of the patients. (Source.)

And now, the FDA has just approved this killer drug to be used with children, and babies as young as 28 days old.

Doctor Meryl Nass, MD, published her thoughts on this criminal action by the FDA in a recent blog post.

FDA Approved Remdesivir for 28 day old babies. What you need to know about this drug.

by Meryl Nass, MD

Remdesivir is an IV drug.  Therefore, for the past 2 years it was almost exclusively used in hospitalized patients, not outpatients.

Royalties go to Gilead, but a portion go the the NIAID, Tony Fauci’s agency and US Army, which assisted with its development. I originally omitted the fact (appreciate the reminder) that Ralph Baric, UNC professor and the US’ premier coronavirus scientist, is not only a creator of ACE-2 humanized mice and chimeric SARS coronaviruses.  He is also an inventor of Remdesivir and worked with the Moderna COVID vaccine beginning in December 2019 through NIAID, even before anyone knew there would be a pandemic.

Nearly everyone who is hospitalized in the US with COVID receives Remdesivir, because

a) hospitals get a financial bonus from the government for using it, and

b) it is the top treatment recommended by the NIH Guidelines.

The Guidelines were created by a group that originally had 16 members with current or past financial ties to Gilead.  The members of the guidelines group were handpicked by the 3 co-chairs. Clifford Lane, one of the co-chairs, is a Fauci deputy.

Remdesivir received an early EUA (May 1, 2020) and then a very early license (October 22, 2020) despite a paucity of evidence that it actually was helpful in the hospital setting.  A variety of problems can arise secondary its use, including liver inflammation, renal insufficiency and renal failure.  Here is a list of articles revealing its kidney toxicity:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33340409/

WHO recommended against the drug on November 20, 2020.

Few if any other countries used it for COVID apart from the US.  A large European trial in adults found no benefit.  The investigators felt 3 deaths were due to remdesivir (0.7% of subjects who received it.)

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(21)00485-0/fulltext

However, on April 22, 2022 the WHO recommended the drug for a new use: early outpatient therapy in patients at high risk of a poor COVID outcome:

https://www.who.int/news-room/feature-stories/detail/who-recommends-against-the-use-of-remdesivir-in-covid-19-patients

Monoclonal antibodies are only effective at the beginning of illness, as they fight the virus.  After about ten days, there is no more live virus and then a later phase of the disease occurs, due to an overactive immune response.  Antiviral drugs do not work during the second stage, but immune modulators do. Steroids and ivermectin are effective therapies at this stage.

Outpatient infusion centers were set up to provide monoclonal antibodies to patients at the start of COVID to those who were at high risk of a bad outcome.  But now the centers are shuttered as none of them work against current COVID variants.  Outpatient infusions will now be available for remdesivir, which is an antiviral drug, as a replacement.

So a new way to use remdesivir has been developed:  early, when it might actually work.  WHO says it does.  Was WHO bought off or will it actually have a positive impact?  Who knows yet?

The vast majority of COVID patients are not hospitalized until they are in the second stage of illness, which is when remdesivir, HCQ and other antivirals are not very effective, since there is no more live virus.  (HCQ has some immunomodulatory actions which may explain its mild benefit at this late stage.)

The US government, which has made a series of ineffective and harmful recommendations regarding the response to COVID, has just added another harmful recommendation to the list.

The FDA just licensed Remdesivir for children as young as one month old. Both hospitalized children and outpatients may receive it.  The drug might work in outpatients, but the vast majority of children have a very low risk of dying from COVID. If 7 deaths per thousand result from the drug, as the European investigators thought in the study of adults cited above, it is possible it will harm or kill more children than it saves.

Shouldn’t the FDA have waited longer to see what early outpatient treatment did for older ages?  Or studied a much larger group of children? Very little has been published on children and remdesivir.  FDA said very little about the approval.

When we look at the press release issued by Gilead, we learn the approval was based on an open label, single arm trial in 53 children, 3 of whom died (6% of these children died).  72% had an adverse event, and 21% had a serious adverse event. 

https://investors.gilead.com/news-releases/news-release-details/vekluryr-remdesivir-first-and-only-approved-treatment-pediatric

I heard that some nurses refer to the drug as “Run, death is near.”

Based on the paucity of information FDA released with its Remdesivir approval, it appears that FDA knows very little about the drug’s benefit in children, and our children will be the guinea pigs.  If we let them.

Read the full article at MerylNassmd.com.

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Ils injectent un code génétique dans votre organisme Par Alexandra HENON-CAUDE .
Il ne s’agit ni d’un vaccin ni d’une thérapie génique.C’est une injection de code génique sur des gens sains qu’on veut reprogrammer.Moderna appelle ça « software of life ».Le médecin chef de Moderna en 2017: »Je suis là pour vous dire que nous sommes en train de pirater le logiciel du vivant « 



Vous comprendrez pourquoi ils parlent de « grande réinstallation ».

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