- Pfizer is suing Poland in a European Union court for refusing to receive or pay for more COVID-19 vaccines.
- The contract between the European Commission and Pfizer obligated Poland to take and pay for $1.4 billion worth of COVID shots by the end of 2023, but Poland was not a party to the contract.
- Poland suspended its vaccination program in April 2022 after just 57% of the population had been vaccinated, citing concerns about the vaccines’ side effects and effectiveness.
Poland is currently being sued by Pfizer in a European Union court, not in Poland, for refusing to receive or pay for any more COVID-19 vaccines. The Polish government suspended their vaccination program in April of 2022 after just 57% of the population had been vaccinated. They cited concerns about the vaccines’ side effects and effectiveness, with citizens expressing their dissatisfaction with the shots.
The Polish government then donated some of their extra COVID-19 vaccines to poorer countries and sold some at cost, for no profit. They informed Pfizer in April 2022 that they would not be accepting any more of the vaccines.
Pfizer is now suing Poland, claiming that the Polish government cannot refuse to take more vaccines because there is a contract in place. However, Poland was not a party to the contract. The contract was drawn up by the European Commission and Pfizer, obligating Poland to take and pay for $1.4 billion (USD) worth of COVID-19 vaccines by the end of 2023.
Pfizer has refused to answer any questions about the deal it struck with the EU, stating, “Our discussions with Governments and the details of vaccine deliveries are confidential.” The EU’s Ursula von der Leyen and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla were the ones who signed the contract, not the president of Poland.
In a further display of globalist control, Pfizer is suing Poland in Brussels in an EU court and not in a Polish court. Polish courts are not even allowed to see the secret EU contract with Pfizer. This raises questions about how Poland could be obligated to pay under a contract that they couldn’t even agree to, due to the secrecy of the contract between two other parties.
This situation highlights the heart and soul of globalism, which nationalist movements like America First are rising up against. Foreign unelected bureaucrats are attempting to rule over Poland from afar, undermining the Polish people’s sovereignty and autonomy as a nation.
This is what the European Commission wants, and it mirrors the situation in America, where some believe the US government is being controlled by foreign powers like the World Economic Forum, the World Health Organization, and the UN.
Clear Thoughts (op-ed)
Pfizer’s lawsuit against Poland in an EU court, not a Polish one, reeks of globalist overreach. Poland, citing concerns about vaccine side effects and effectiveness, suspended its vaccination program and donated or sold excess vaccines.
Yet, the EU and Pfizer secretly signed a contract obligating Poland to accept $1.4 billion worth of vaccines – a contract Poland never agreed to. Now, Pfizer sues Poland in an EU court, bypassing Polish sovereignty and autonomy.
This situation mirrors America’s struggle against foreign control from organizations like the World Economic Forum and the UN. It’s time to stand against globalist meddling and defend national sovereignty.
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