Member of European Parliament (MEP), Rob Roos, Netherlands, called out EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen over her request to make vaccinations mandatory for all EU citizens, “If the freedom to choose is taken away, you take away democracy,” and her lack of transparency in making commission vaccine contracts available to the public.
Von der Leyen is a controversial figure riddled with conflicts of interest and unscrupulous dealings, including cozy ties with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla with recent exchanged texts that the Commission cannot account for, a husband, Heiko von der Leyen, who’s director of a gene therapy company, Orgenesis, and a German investigation into illegally awarded lucrative contracts by Leyen and her senior staff when she was the defence minister.
In his speech to the European Union, Roos told Leyen that “it is insane to make [failing Covid vaccines] mandatory” and that she make the heavily redacted vaccine manufacturer contracts with the EU transparent for the public to see.
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Unbelievable conflict of interest. Does anyone still believe they are doing it in favor of our health? They only do it in favor of genocide and their own pockets.