It’s confirmed – three governments around the world signed contracts where Pfizer said it did not know what was in the “vaccines”, or the long term effects AND taxpayers would pay for all damages
This confirms the articles posted by Professor Norman Fenton and the Daily Sceptic recently for Slovenia and the EU.
We now have three Pfizer contracts with countries/regions, making it highly likely that ALL Pfizer contracts will be the same for every government. The contracts may be the same for Moderna, AstraZeneca and JnJ plus others, who knows, maybe the (corrupt) health regulators and politicians VOLUNTEERED the terms.
You would think that a World Health Organization would have stepped in right? Instead the quacks in the WHO are busy coordinating changes to international health regulations that promote the same behaviour.
In my view, these contracts are illegal, that is “odious”, cannot be enforced and likely conceal massive corruption in every government.
Pfizer admitted it hadn’t finished studying the vaccines’ components and constituent materials.”.. “the long-term effects and efficacy of the Vaccine are not currently known.”, “if Pfizer is ever sued by anyone — for any reason — because of the shots, then South Africa must pay for Pfizer’s complete defense, and then pay any judgment if Pfizer loses.”
What is missing is the ability of Pfizer to vary the contents of the injections without notice.
Here is a selected extract from my article from 20 October 2022 on the Slovenia contract:
“..the Vaccine and materials related to the Vaccine and materials related to the Vaccine, and their components and constituent materials are being rapidly developed..”
“The Participating Member State further acknowledges that the long-term effects and efficacy of the Vaccine are not currently known and that there may be adverse effects from the Vaccine that are not currently known.”
“Pfizer is evolving each component of the “vaccine”, presumably advising all deviations from clinical trial dosages and regimens to each EU member state (and every other country that has taken Pfizer injections!”
In hindsight that last statement may be wishful thinking!
Time to make your blood boil as to how a bunch of scientists experimented with a brand new technology with no known long term safety and efficacy – AND – if it causes harm and/or fails, the people damaged (the tax-payers) will have to cover up the resulting butchery and damage – both legal and health.
Here is the start of the extract from the excellent Jeff Childers daily email here:
“The newly-disclosed contract between Pfizer and the Republic of South Africa is dated March 30th, 2021 — four months after the jab rollout started in America. Both the South African government and Pfizer hysterically opposed releasing the contract. A heroic South African citizens group spent over a year and who knows how much money forcing its release; meanwhile the government and Pfizer used TAXPAYER money to slow it down and try to stop it.
Spoiler: only someone in John Fetterman’s condition would have signed this contract.
The agreement defines “Purchaser” as the government of the Republic of South Africa. Under Section 5.5 (“Purchaser Acknowledgement”), clearly spelled out in black and white, Pfizer admitted it had no idea what the jabs might do or might not do in the long run, or whether they would even work at all, shifting all the risk completely to the South African government.
In Section 5.5’s first sentence, Pfizer admitted it hadn’t even yet finished studying the vaccines’ “components and constituent materials.” Think about that. Turn that around in your mind and pitilessly examine it from every angle. Compare that admission to all the public messaging from the CDC and all its white-coated, grant-grabbing pretend doctors.
In English, Pfizer was saying, look, we’re not even sure what’s in these things.
And South Africa said, sure, that’s cool with us.
Not to belabor the point but, while in its confidential legal agreements Pfizer was saying they weren’t even sure what the shots included, what we were being publicly assured was that the shots were the most studied vaccines in history, not to mention the safest and most effective ones — ever. Ever, ever. Ninety-five percent effective. You remember.
Section 5.5’s second sentence is arguably even worse. It included two different disclaimers. The first disclaimer expressly says that South Africa AGREED that “the long-term effects and efficacy of the Vaccine are not currently known.”
“Not currently known.” In other words, Pfizer said we have no idea what it’s going to do to people, or whether it even works.
Haha! There it is, in black and white, three months after first responders and healthcare workers in the U.S. had all gotten the jabs and just before the “vaccinate or terminate” mandates started rolling out. Do you remember our vaunted public officials saying anything about unknown long-term effects? Did President Robert L. Peters ever say “the long-term effects and efficacy” were unknown? Did anyone in charge ever say that?
Nope. They said the reverse opposite.
The second disclaimer may be the most reprehensible of all. On behalf of its citizens, South Africa obsequiously agreed that “there may be adverse effects of the Vaccine that are not currently known.”
Oh. Thanks for letting us know.
That’s bad enough. But combine the two sentences together, and what you get is Pfizer saying they don’t know what’s in the jabs, what it’s going to do to people, and it might even kill them, for all Pfizer knew.
And South Africa said, Sounds great! How many can we get?
Needless to say, Section 5.5 is not a standard provision in a government contract for goods, even in an emergency. Normally, purchasing contracts contain guarantees of performance standards. Imagine the South African government were buying generators, or solar power stations, and the seller’s contract said “we don’t know whether these generators will work, and they might even explode and take down the power grid when plugged in.”
Who but a drooling moron would sign such a contract? And what lawyer would ever let his moronic client sign it?
It gets worse. Section 8 of the contract is titled “Indemnification.” It says that if Pfizer is ever sued by anyone — for any reason — because of the shots, then South Africa must pay for Pfizer’s complete defense, and then pay any judgment if Pfizer loses.
Since South Africa is, essentially, made up of its own citizens and their tax money, the contract basically says citizens have to pay for their own injuries.
You’re welcome, citizens!
And, since South Africa agreed the jabs might not work, and agreed Pfizer wasn’t guaranteeing the jabs wouldn’t hurt people, South Africa cannot ever claim it was fraudulently induced into the contract, or that Pfizer has provided a defective product.
So. Now we know why the governments are working so hard to deny the jabs are dangerous and gaslight the victims, for the simple reason they don’t want to have to pay for the massive claims. You couldn’t conceive a more diabolical agreement if you tried. All the incentives are completely backwards.
How on Earth could this happen? It happened through a dark, demonic combination of two anti-democratic factors: executive authority and government secrecy. Emergency executive authority meant that rank-and-file legislators were kept out of the loop. Had this contract been debated in South Africa’s congress, it never would have been approved.
Second, official secrecy — keeping the Pfizer agreement’s terms ‘confidential’ — allowed the executive health authorities to agree to anything, even something this bad, because they faced no public scrutiny or outcry. Citizens were forced to assume good faith, that the contract was carefully-negotiated and included normal buyer protections.
The citizens were 100% wrong, of course, but they had no way to know it. The critical terms of their mandated jabs were officially “confidential.”
How is that “informed consent?”
I would bet a year’s salary that every Pfizer contract in the world includes the same protective provisions. But one thing I am completely sure of is that government lawyers knew how bad the contracts were. A hundred percent. The Pfizer contract isn’t tricky or ambiguous, it’s painfully clear. Non-lawyers can read and understand it just fine. But health authorities obviously overrode their lawyers, which raises the most intriguing question of all: why?
If one person in the executive branch had the power to approve something like this, and it was always intended to remain deeply buried under all the other odious state secrets, then it would have been trivial to … incentivize … that one person to overcome their normal concerns.
In other words, I would bet my right hand somebody got paid.
Anyway, thanks to the South Africans, we are one more baby step closer to unravelling this hideous atrocity.
This is how the Cult of Moloch operates – in silence and secrecy when they cause destruction and death – but in the open when their plans are announced. Their motto “after all, at this time, what difference does it make?”
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