Discreet agreement for a new transfer of sovereignty to the European Medicines Agency (EMA)
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) should be given new powers in the coming months to take charge of the “Europe of health”. This is the result of a provisional agreement between the Council and the European Parliament. The transfer of sovereignty is progressing rapidly, without the people being able to oppose it.
Giving more powers to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) is a cardinal point of the Great Reset and of its unlimited confidence in multilateralism. This strategy makes it possible to relieve member states of their sovereignty and to promote the “international cooperation” so dear to the Davos Forum, while emphasizing the objective of “protecting” populations. It is basically a simple way of accommodating the people to a transfer of sovereignty to the globalized caste that is vampirizing the European Commission and its satellites, while giving it a positive image among the population.
A strengthened European Medicines Agency
So, discreetly, the European Council (presided over by Charles Michel, former Belgian Prime Minister, son of Louis Michel, former European Commissioner, since politics is a family affair in the Kingdom of Belgium) has reached a “provisional” agreement with the European Parliament to strengthen the powers of the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
This agreement, in order to be final, requires a proper adoption by both institutions (Council and Parliament) before the official shuttle is launched. All this takes time, but it is in line with the logic of the Great Reset: ever more multilateralism, ever less sovereignty for nation states, and ever more domination by the globalized caste.
Strengthened powers for the EMA
In concrete terms, this provisional agreement “updates” the mandate of the EMA on three essential points, which are officially worded as follows.
The updated mandate of the European Medicines Agency aims to:
- monitor and mitigate the effects of potential and actual shortages of medicinal products and medical devices considered critical for responding to public health emergencies
- ensure the timely development of high quality, safe and effective medicines with a particular focus on responding to public health emergencies
- provide a structure for the operation of expert panels for the assessment of high-risk medical devices and provide essential guidance for crisis preparedness and management
In other words, the EMA will have even more centralizing power in the purchase and distribution of “critical” drugs to fight epidemics, but will also be able to organize research into new drugs. In addition, the EMA will gradually be responsible for organizing campaigns to combat epidemics in the EU Member States.
A progressive integration of public health
We can see here how the global governance of health mentioned at the last European Council is gradually being put in place. In small steps, according to the technique of “curiaçage” [sic] that we have already mentioned, governments move forward according to the opportunities to detach each time an additional piece of the national puzzles and to add to the Community puzzle.
In the end, the objective is to centralize public health policies at the Community level, by giving a purely technocratic agency the power to decide on mandatory vaccination campaigns, or the power to prohibit this or that treatment in favor of another.
Of course, these policies will be decided in an authoritarian way and no citizen of the Union will have the possibility of avoiding them.
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