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Panicking EU Lashes out as Pandemic Response Debacle Deepens

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Panicking EU Lashes out as Pandemic Response Debacle Deepens

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buddha9
buddha9
February 2, 2021

this rather nonsensical analysis would be right at home on the BBC — the contracts he claims should have been signed by the EU weren’t signed because they were shitty contracts that only enriched drug companies for instance during the entirely phoney pig flu scam, and should never have been signed in the first place by UK or anyone else. If Alexander believes that Johnson is better equipped for power and less adrift and struggling, then he simply hasn’t been paying attention — who wants the vaccine anyway especially when the astra zenika variety which, …well lets say its efficacy… Read more »

Last edited 10 months ago by buddha9
Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  buddha9
February 2, 2021

I would rather have the AstraZeneca vaccine because it is a type of vaccine that has been used successfully in the past whereas the mRNA vaccines such as Pfizer’s and Moderna’s are a new technology and are, therefore, in the experimental category. No one yet knows how long immunity will last following the two doses. Best estimates are four months to two years. Some people have been infected with Covid after being fully “inoculated”. No one knows the long-term effects because the technology is so new. The fastest a vaccine was ever developed in the past was for mumps, and… Read more »

Ozymandias
Ozymandias
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
February 3, 2021

The Russian Sputnik V vaccine will be the choice outside the west,its cheaper,it has no history of allergic results,but yeah the Pfizer vaccine has issues..

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
Reply to  Ozymandias
February 3, 2021

And inside the west also if their politicians grow a pair and tell the Americans where to stick their fake democracy.

E.Blackadder
E.Blackadder
Reply to  buddha9
February 4, 2021

Agree, the whole thing looks just like a governments help big pharma to sell its seasonal vaccine they try to push so hard for the last 20 years. The free market was not to their liking as majority of people didn’t care to vaccine every year or two when a new strain of the flu inevitably comes.

David Robertson
David Robertson
February 2, 2021

Given the fact that the vaccines being used are causing many deaths and disabilities, far in excess of the putative infection they are supposed to contain, it may be a blessing in disguise that the EU has been dilatory in acquiring and using them.

https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/cna-nursing-home-whistleblower-seniors-are-dying-like-flies-after-covid-injections-speak-out/

Last edited 10 months ago by David Robertson
FranBrown
FranBrown
Reply to  David Robertson
February 2, 2021

Quite so. Having done some research into what they are, how they work and the side effects known so far, on the actual drug companies websites, I’m afraid I have declined the offer of mine. (Ms Von der Leyen is quite at liberty to have the one set aside for me!). My grounds are: 1. there are no guarantees that one will be protected from Covid-19 should it exist. 2. I am committed to my four dogs, therefore I do not wish to be made ill by taking something which may in the end possibly kill me. 3. The fact… Read more »

Vera Gottlieb
Vera Gottlieb
February 2, 2021

Living next to the EU and seeing what is going on…I think von der Leyen should step down.

FranBrown
FranBrown
Reply to  Vera Gottlieb
February 2, 2021

She should never have been “put up”!

Greg
Greg
February 3, 2021

Many millions died of starvation under the communist regimes of both Mao and Stalin. Both cases are paradigms for political entities which made ideological considerations far more important than practical considerations such as ensuring that people had sufficient to eat. The EU is no less hidebound in nature and places so much stress on bureaucratic processes and maintaining rigid control of ‘the project’ that they lack the flexibility to act in a timely way, directing resources where needed. Another huge fail for the lovers of collectivism and bureaucracy.

penrose
penrose
Reply to  Greg
February 3, 2021

RE: “Another huge fail for the lovers of collectivism and bureaucracy.”

Good shot!

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