Croatian MEP: Covid Vaccines Are The ‘Biggest Corruption Scandal In The History Of Mankind’

“The purchase of 4.5 billion doses of the Covid-19 vaccine for 450 million EU residents is the biggest corruption scandal in the history of mankind,”

Kolakušić, who is a lawyer and a Member of the European Parliament said that the figures equate to “10 doses for every man, woman and child in Europe, including newborn babies, for an injection that no one knows the ingredients of.”

Kolakusic and other MEP’s asked Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, when she would make public her communications with Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla regarding the procurement of the “vaccines”.

What Pfizer has done is incomprehensible, the MEP said, adding that their contract should be terminated, a refund requested & Pfizer & others should be prosecuted.

The Expose reports: On Tuesday, the day after the COVI hearing, six MEPs held a press conference in the European Parliament exposing what happened. #PhizerLiedPeopleDied, MEP Cristian Terhes tweeted.

The six MEPs were: Francesca Donato (Italy), Cristian Terhes (Romania), Virginie Jeron (France), Sylvia Limmer (Germany), Ivan Sincic (Croatia), Christine Anderson (Germany)

Albert Bourla’s representative “was unable, incapable or unwilling to answer many of the questions asked by my colleagues,” said Terhes. “What has Pfizer got to hide? … [When we asked] when are they going to fully release these [heavily redacted] contracts the representative of Pfizer, who was sent to replace the CEO of Pfizer, said that they can’t fully disclose these contracts because they have some commercial secrets … and they have to protect their interests.  What about the interests of our people?”

“The conduct of Pfizer-Biotech, the biggest pharmaceutical company involved in the covid-19 vaccine production, is deplorable and unacceptable in a democratic framework such as the European Union one,” Donato said. Adding:

“Yesterday … Albert Bourla refused to appear to answer our legitimate questions about his private text messages with the president of EU commission, Ursula von der Leyen, that have already been considered to be irregular … refusal by President von der Leyen to disclose the content of their text messages … the denial by Mr. Bourla to appear in front of the parliament [ ] followed by the reticent behaviour of Mrs Small yesterday casts concerning shadows on the legitimacy of the entire contract award process leaving suspicion of corruption to emerge.”

“It is a scandal that Mr. Bourla is shirking his duty to speak and answer questions after having made the deal of his life,” Limmer said. “[Yesterday] Mrs Small … either pretended to be ignorant or was unwilling to address any of my questions.”

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