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Albert, Ursula & Heiko: The dangerous relationship between the President of the European Commission and the CEO of Pfizer

In April 2021, the New York Times revealed that Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, was negotiating directly with Albert Bourla, the CEO of Pfizer, through phone calls and text messages[2]. And indeed, the following month, the Commission announced a mega-contract with the alliance of German BioNTech and US Pfizer to purchase 900 million doses of the vaccine between the end of 2021 and 2023, with an option for an additional 900 million doses. To date, the European Commission has signed contracts with seven pharmaceutical companies or groups for a total of 4,575 billion potential doses, or ten doses per capita for all ages [3]. The Pfizer/BioNTech contract of May 2021 is worth €35 billion. Compared to the previous autumn’s contracts, the price per dose has increased from 15.50 to 19.50 euros. In view of the staggering 1.8 billion doses ordered and the discounts and economies of scale that would normally result, this is a surprising result.

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The parallel world of numbers

The way the contact tracing was carried out during the omicron wave had a significant influence on the values of the incidence rate of the vaccinated. The objectivity required for a scientific measurement was therefore not given in this context. It is only since the relaxations of 11 February that the incidence rates of the vaccinated and unvaccinated can be compared in a more or less real way and reveal alarming results: Suspicions that the COVID-19 vaccines are not only not very effective against a corresponding infection, but also lead to a general weakening of the immune system, are becoming more and more confirmed.

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Post-vaccine syndrome

As long as they are “only” “strangers”, it is easy to dismiss them as collateral damage. If one is affected oneself because it concerns a family member, friend, colleague or acquaintance, one is confronted with a dilemma: surrender to one’s absolutely justified grief or does one use the power of the grief one is currently feeling to demand a comprehensive clarification, if necessary through a self-financed autopsy, with all the consequences that such an investigation entails? So whether to face doubt or not. Out of solidarity with those who would like to be spared similar suffering.

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The Cult, by Gunnar Kaiser

The author Gunnar Kaiser is a writer and philosopher. On his highly regarded video channel Kaiser TV,” he conducts insightful and inspiring conversations with numerous

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World-Government WHO?

Largely unnoticed, partly because attention is currently focused on developments in Ukraine, the World Health Organisation has launched two projects that should be at least worrying if not alarming. The Global Accord on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response threatens to severely limit national sovereignty in pandemic response, while a global system of vaccination certification seems to pave the way for an all-encompassing digital identity.

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Science and conspiracies

Expressis-Verbis would like to thank Mr. Michel Decker for making available his article published in the magazine Kulturissimo/Tageblatt in November 2021. Question marks A German

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Pandemic scientism

First, the Expressis-Verbis team would like to thank Prof. Dr. Esfeld as well as the editorial team of the information platform Novo-Argumente for the uncomplicated

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