Bıdɛn Authorizes $4-Billion in US Taxpayer Money to Pay for ναccιnє-Injuries in Other Countries
March 1, 2021 in News by RBN Staff
source: newswithviewsMarch 1, 2021 Health Impact News, World Health Organizatona and GAVI 0
President Bıdɛn pledged $4-billion to the COVAX program, the international CÖVÌD-19 ναccιnє project of the вιℓℓ gαтeѕ-founded GAVI organization, led by the աօʀʟd ɦɛaʟtɦ օʀɢaռiʐatɨօռ and G7 countries. The money will be used for a no-fault compensation program for ναccιnє injuries in 92 low and mid-income countries. The money also will be used to purchase 1.3-billion ναccιnє doses for poor countries. American and European taxpayers will pay for the injuries and deaths, not the companies that make the products that cause them. -GEG
For the past few weeks since the roll-out of the experimental CÖVÌD mRNA “ναccιnєs” we’ve been told by government health agencies that the massive amounts of injuries and deaths that have occurred just after the injections have nothing to do with the “ναccιnєs.”
And yet, Joe Bıdɛn just recently gave
the աօʀʟd ɦɛaʟtɦ օʀɢaռiʐatɨօռ and GAVI, the global ναccιnє organization founded and funded primarily by вιℓℓ gαтeѕ, a $4 BILLION pledge for a new COVAX Program which includes a global compensation program for CÖVÌD-19 ναccιnє injuries, courtesy of American taxpayers, in an effort to entice poorer countries who are skeptical of the new CÖVÌD ναccιnєs to distribute Big Pharma’s CÖVÌD injections.
Robert Krakow, a New York City attorney and former prosecutor who represents persons injured by ναccιnєs said in an interview,
The most notable feature of The Who announcement about a “no-fault” ναccιnє injury compensation program for “low and middle income countries” touted as a “fast, fair, robust and transparent process”, is its lack of transparency.Read full article here…
The program is presented as a way to “reduce the need for recourse to the law courts, a potentially lengthy and costly process.”
What the WHO announcement fails to mention is the primary purpose of the program is to pave the way for massive distribution of ναccιnєs by insulating ναccιnє manufacturers from liability for serious ναccιnє injuries – injuries that everyone agrees will inevitably happen.
The WHO program is likely modeled after the U.S. PREP Act Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), which uses an opaque process that severely limits the access ναccιnє injury victims have to compensation for serious injuries.
In the U.S. the Pharmaceutical companies are not responsible for injury and deaths that the ναccιnє causes.