Many questions, few answers. Thus could be summarized the last hearing of the Covi Commission held in the building of the European Parliament, in Brussels, and which hosted among others Janine Small, the ineffable commercial director of Pifzer, who intervened to replace the managing director Alberto Bourla, whose absence was strongly stigmatized during the meeting.
Numerous, but mostly useless, the invitations to respond without reticence that the members of the Commission and its president have addressed to the representative of the US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
She did not hide her irritation Kathleen Van Brempt, President of the Commission, addressed the Pfizer representative with these words:
Please answer, answer if possible. If you don't have the answers, say you don't have the answers. Reply on WhatsApp and SMS messages, it is important that there is an answer on the price hike. Give an answer!
One of the issues most contested by the Commission was the negotiation for the purchase of vaccines conducted in defiance of the basic principles of transparency through a correspondence of telephone messages between Albert Bourla and Ursula Von Der Leyen. An exchange that the Pfizer representative has finally admitted to exist:
How many text messages they exchanged I don't know. Neither can I tell you how many I have received from world leaders. It's not that I go with the abacus to check the text messages.
In any case, among unlikely reassurances and vague promises, Pfizer eventually provided some answers, for example that the most impenetrable secrecy applies to the purchase prices of vaccines by the EU.
Today there was a lot of talk about prices, the most important thing for me is that we don't discuss prices. The prices are reserved, the pricing policy, you will be very frustrated I know, I can see it from your faces, but these are my answers.
But the twist that made the commission jump occurred when Small had to answer a specific question from Dutch MEP Robert Roos, who had asked her if the multinational had produced studies on the ability of its serums to mRNA to block the transmission of the virus before placing it on the market.
These were the words with which the MEP addressed the Pfizer representative:
Was the Pfizer Covid vaccine tested to end the transmission of Covid before being placed on the market? If not, please say it clearly. If so, would you like to make these data available to our Commission?
Janine Small then admitted:
Coming to the question of whether we knew about immunization when Covid vaccines were placed on the market, the answer is no. We had to move at the speed of science.
So it is now Pfizer itself to put the final seal on the mezogne that still represent the legal premise for vaccination obligations and the green pass: coercions to a large extent still in force and which after the admission of the Pfizer representative appear even more unacceptable. Zero answers instead on vaccine damage, on this issue Janin Small refused as usual.