Uncensored Headlines #028 - Pfizer's Legal Double Trouble, Extensive Report On Epstein's Ties To Gates Global Health Fund Drops, And London Hospitals Caught Up In Baby "Gender Identity" Controversy
November 27th 2023 - Summaries of the most interesting recent reports on all things Covid, jab, climate, govt-authoritarian, deep-state and gender-related...
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Following a first-of-its-kind Big Pharma-critical conference in Iceland earlier this month, it has been revealed that the government quietly stopped Covid-19 vaccination. Only the influenza vaccine is now available at Icelandic health centres. A local journalist revealed that the reason behind its unavailability is unclear, with the government providing vague responses. The news follows a sustained period of elevated excess mortality in the country.
Peter Doshi, senior editor at the BMJ and associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, recently published a report titled "The FDA and Moderna’s Cosy Relationship," highlighting the issue of regulatory officials moving to high positions in pharmaceutical companies they once regulated. His report focuses on two former senior FDA officials, Dr. Doran Fink and Dr. Jaya Goswami, who played key roles in approving Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine and later joined Moderna.
Journalist Jennifer Block has highlighted growing concerns about the effectiveness of the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in the United States. Block shared the story of Robert Sullivan, a 49-year-old anaesthesiologist from Maryland and an avid skier, who experienced a medical emergency three weeks after receiving his second Covid jab. He was diagnosed with sudden onset pulmonary hypertension, a rare and often fatal condition, particularly uncommon in middle-aged men. Recognising the gravity of his situation, Sullivan attempted to file a report with VAERS. However, he encountered significant technical difficulties. "The format is cumbersome and it times you out," Sullivan told Block. After navigating the challenging submission process, he received only a temporary e-report number and an email confirmation. While his doctor's office was contacted by a VAERS representative for medical records, Sullivan didn't hear anything further from the system for a year.
In April 2022, Poland, citing the emergency caused by the Ukraine-Russia war, refused to pay Pfizer for unused Covid-19 vaccines. Pfizer has since filed a lawsuit against the Polish government for failing to pay for 60 million doses of the BNT162b2 Covid-19 vaccine. Polish news outlet Gazeta Prawa reports that the lawsuit was filed in Brussels, Belgium, under the terms of a May 2021 agreement between the European Commission and Pfizer. The contract, subject to Belgian law, initially covered 900 million doses, with an option for an additional 900 million. The brokering of this contract has been shrouded in controversy. European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla partly negotiated the contract through private text messages. The lack of transparency prompted The New York Times to file a lawsuit, aiming to uncover the details of these communications. For now, those communications remain undisclosed.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has initiated legal action against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, accusing the company of distributing a widely used ADHD medication to children despite its history of failing quality control tests. Paxton expressed his shock over the findings of the investigation, accusing Pfizer of deliberately placing an unsafe drug on the market, deceiving regulatory authorities, and defrauding government healthcare systems. The lawsuit alleges Pfizer and its associates modified the drug's testing method, contravening federal and state laws, to ensure that Quillivant, the medication in question, passed regulatory checks and remained on the market. Quillivant, which shares the same active ingredient as Ritalin, has generated hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue for Pfizer and its partners.