Covid Vaccines Are the Biggest Corruption Scandal in the History of the World says MEP

ER Editor: We’ve published before on this Croatian MEP and highly outspoken former judge, Mislav Kolakusic. See

Croatian MEP & Former Judge Publicly Blasts Macron in Parliament To His Face and It’s a Doozy

We remind readers that this week has been eventful for the Covid committee in the European Parliament, and for opportunities presented to other MEPs to speak out freely on the vaccine and big pharma tyranny. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla bailed out of the hearing, leaving rep. Janine Small to speak in his place. She famously said to MEP Rob Roos‘ question that the vaccines had not been tested to see if they PREVENTED Covid and used the ridiculous phrase ‘speed of science’. See

Pfizer Exec Admits “We Never Tested Vaccine Against Transmission”

Then on Tuesday, MEPs Cristian Terhes, Francesca Donato, Christine Anderson, Ivan Sincic and Virginie Joron, with new member Sylvia Limmer, held a press conference, complaining about many things but primarily the perennial problem of transparency and accountability:

EU Press Conference After Pfizer’s Laughable Showing – Bourla MIA

This week has been the gift that keeps on giving. 

None of these revelations and pertinent points Kolakusic raises in the video below are new, but it seems everything has its time to come out.


Covid vaccines are the biggest corruption scandal in the history of the world, says MEP

“The purchase of 4.5 billion doses of the Covid-19 vaccine for 450 million EU residents is the biggest corruption scandal in the history of mankind,” Mislav Kolakusic, a Member of the European Parliament (“MEP”), said.  That’s 10 doses for every man, woman and child in Europe – including newborn babies – for an injection that no one knows the ingredients of.

Yesterday, 10 MEPs asked Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission – also known as “Mrs. 4.5 billion doses” – when she would make communications she had with Pfizer regarding the procurement of the “vaccines” publicly available.  Mislav Kolakusic was one of those MEPS and he tweeted the video below.

Mislav Kolakusic on Twitter, 12 October 2022 (2 mins)

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla refused to participate in the European Parliament’s special committee on Covid-19 (“COVI”) to answer questions.  In his stead, Janine Small, President of International Developed Markets, faced the committee. MEP Rob Roos asked her whether Pfizer had tested if their “vaccine” stopped transmission of the virus before the product entered the market.  Small said “no.” “Get vaccinated for others” was always a lie, tweeted Roos.

You can watch MEPs question Janine Small and her answers during COVI’s hearing on 10 October 2022 HERE (1 hr 49 mins).



Featured image, Ursula von der Leyen: picture-alliance / dpa / M Kappeler


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