A senior executive for pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has confirmed that his company cannot face legal action for any potential side effects caused by its Covid vaccine. Those affected will have no legal recourse.
This phenomenon is nothing new. All Vaccine Manufacturer’s in the United States have been exempt from any responsibility for injuries caused by vaccines for decades, all injury claims have to go through the Government vaccine courts.
Just to clarify and reinforce this little-known fact, AstraZeneca has confirmed this to be a globally universal fact. The company can in no way be held accountable for any damages caused by the Covid-19 vaccine.
Which is particularly worrisome when such a high-level of side-effects are being associated with the vaccine.
In fact, the side-effects from these Covid-19 vaccines are so common that a campaign to normalise side-effects in the vaccine is already underway.
‘In vaccine parlance, they appear to be “reactogenic,” meaning they have induced short-term discomfort in a percentage of the people who have received them in clinical trials.
This kind of discomfort includes headache, sore arms, fatigue, chills, and fever.'
But don’t worry, as we pointed out in an earlier article:
‘…experts say the data so far suggest one important possibility: The vaccines may carry a bit of a kick.’
We’ll ignore the fact that 100% of participants in the Moderna trials had side-effects, 80% of which were moderate to severe.
We’ll also turn a blind eye to the fact that to date, no long-term safety trials have been performed and likely never will beyond a few months.
This is ultimately a win-win for AstraZeneca, as they have a guaranteed sale of 60 million doses to the UK Government and are not financially incentivized to ensure the product is safe. What could possibly go wrong?
The firm’s lawyers have demanded that clauses to that effect be put in their contracts with the countries AstraZeneca has agreed to supply with its Covid vaccine.
The company says that, without such guarantees of indemnity, they would not be incentivised to produce the drug. And it seems most of the countries have ceded to this demand.
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