Pfizer Clinical Trials Documents Finally Released by FDA Spell a Much Worse Picture (video)

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Pfizer documents the FDA wanted to be sealed until 2097, are being released today.

The war is a distraction. I am not going to get my two bits in about, but can’t help feel something unusual in regard to the timing of it all…

I find it amazing how Putin has managed to eradicate Covid in just a few days, but it’s important to keep a close on what’s slipping under the radar.

You should read the documents yourself because the adverse events are much worse than we think. Right now everything is being overshadowed by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The video below provides a glimpse of how bad things actually are but we have to wait till more analysis.

On-Page 3 of the following document, the judge orders for first 55,000 pages to be produced on or before 1st March:

The FDA shall produce the remaining documents at a rate of 55,000 pages every 30 days, with the first production being due on or before March 1, 2022, until production is complete.

You will find the Pfizer documents and data here

Pfizer documents reveal much worse adverse events(Must Watch):

Here is the link to the pdf used in the video for reference:

Meanwhile, the WHO will be negotiating a Pandemic Pact in Geneva today that allows WHO to override a nation’s constitution during a pandemic.

The agreement is backed by the Bill & Melinda-Gates Foundation and US billionaire Marcel Arsenault, who announced in autumn 2021 that he would support global pandemic prevention with $200 million.

Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the WHO, speaks of a “unique opportunity to strengthen the global health architecture. The EU also supports the project.

That all sounds pretty harmless? I expect that the WHO will use the pact to prescribe binding measures such as lockdowns, compulsory vaccinations or the central collection of data. The pact would give WHO direct leverage over the exercise of civil rights in member countries.

Reference: StrangeSounds