ER Editor: Macron, or ‘Macron’, recently did a cabinet reshuffle, and on the health front it’s gone from bad to worse. Since the beginning of the plandemic, France has had Agnes Buzyn (her husband is deeply embedded in the Wuhan lab, which had French sponsorship; she hid the hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin in a padlocked cupboard; Macron whisked her out of the way for the next minister to take more of the plandemic fall), Olivier Veran (carrying most of the responsibility), Francois Braun for a briefer period, and now one Aurelien Rousseau. Rousseau doesn’t seem to have gone anywhere near a medical or science program for his university studies. He has ‘connected’ family members, however, in the medical field. Think: MacKinsey and Big pharma.
Here are some enlightened tweets on Macron’s latest pick —
Translation: How do you expect things to go well at the Department of Health under these conditions with the new health minister, Aurelien Rousseau? Macronland is the reign of clans and castes! An end to the reign, to be shortened
Comment voulez-vous que ça se passe bien au ministère de la Santé dans ces conditions avec le nouveau ministre Aurélien Rousseau ?!
La Macronie c’est le règne des clans, des bandes et des castes !
Une fin de règne à écourter !
Diffusons partout ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/apR3q3cpID
— Florian Philippot (@f_philippot) July 22, 2023
Translation: When we learn that Macron has just appointed Aurelien Rousseau minister of health. He’s the husband of Marguerite Cazeneuve, who was charged with the reform of pensions! You know where she worked before joining Macron?
Quand on apprend que Macron vient de nommer Aurélien Rousseau ministre de la Santé…😳
Il est le mari de Marguerite Cazeneuve qui était chargée de la réforme des retraites!🤢
Vous savez où elle bossait avant de rejoindre Macron?🤔
Chez McKinsey!😱 pic.twitter.com/N45uc1Bm3Z
— ❗️𝙴𝚗𝙼𝚘𝚍𝚎𝙼𝚊𝚌𝚊𝚛𝚘𝚗™️❗️ (@EnModeMacaron) July 20, 2023
Translation: Conflict of interests and appointment of Aurelien Rousseau: another high-level civil servant from the Council of State in the government. Attention is being given to his wife, but his mother-in-law, former director of a pharma lab is also intriguing.
🤔 Conflit d’intérêts et nomination d’Aurélien Rousseau : encore un haut fonctionnaire du Conseil d’État au #gouvernement. L’attention se porte sur son épouse, mais sa belle-mère, ancienne dirigeante de laboratoire, intrigue aussi. Par @Lauriane_Bd 👇 https://t.co/GhiZkr4ZP8
— France-Soir (@france_soir) July 28, 2023
We’re pretty sure this choice (made really by whom?) is meant to fan more flames in France. It’s more of a strategy than a poor choice. Nobody is THIS stupid.
Since the plandemic started, pretty much all major French institutions – government- and health-related – have revealed themselves to be sell-outs, full of political ‘yes’ people, all serving a politicized agenda. We remind readers that the French government has (or had) for all practical purposes been squarely placed in the hands of those behind MacKinsey and other such globalist organizations. For a while, however, we’ve sensed a different set of operators in France, unknowns at this point who are manipulating the landscape to wake people up. Just a hunch on our part, nothing more.
Aurélien Rousseau in the government: influential senior civil servant in the field of health and problematic shuttles between institutions
LAURIANE BERNARD for FRANCE SOIR
INFLUENCE – The appointment of Aurélien Rousseau as Minister of Health raises fears of potential conflict of interest situations. All the attention is focused around his wife, without other aspects of his career or his family environment being discussed. The public body of origin of the new minister, who is part of an influential family in the field of health, is the Council of State.
Aurélien Rousseau has served as Director General of ARS Île-de-France (ER: this is the regional health authority for the entire Paris metropolitan area) for the past three years. In this context, the High Authority for the transparency of public life (HATVP) must be seized. (ER: a complaint should be made, in other words)
A senior civil servant whose career began at the Council of State
Like his successor Jean-Denis Combrexelle, Aurélien Rousseau was a member of the Council of State before becoming chief of staff to the Prime Minister in May 2022. Attached to the institution for just over 11 years, he acts as the master of requests.
The members of the Council of State are appointed by decree of the President of the Republic. Since the high administrative court is not totally independent (ER: you bet it’s not), it does not comment on the government’s political choices when it renders a judgment or gives its opinion on a draft text. It confines itself to verifying that the Constitution and European law are respected (ER: And even this is doubtful).
However, its members are appointed to positions close to the executive with disconcerting ease. Enough to cast doubt on the political neutrality of the supreme court, not to mention the impartiality of the officials who compose it.
In a tweet published in August 2021 (since deleted), Aurélien Rousseau, for example, praised the praise of the health pass, even though his spouse Marguerite Cazeneuve worked as an adviser for both Matignon and the Élysée, and supervised the logistics of the vaccination. on the territory.
Translation: I think the health pass is going rather well. I was on a cafe terrace or inside it, at the museum, on the train … I was asked for it, with a smile, it took 10 seconds. But it is perhaps the microclimate of the Gard … (ER: this is obviously metaphorical, but we don’t know the meaning)
A wife, number 2 in the National Health Insurance Fund (CNAM)
Former consultant at McKinsey, Marguerite Cazeneuve became deputy director of Health Insurance in March 2021. Since the appointment of Aurélien Rousseau to the government, her professional activities are now controlled by the ministry… of her husband. The person concerned, Rousseau himself, approached the High Authority for the transparency of public life (HATVP) to find out whether this situation presented a risk of conflict of interest.
For the administrative authority, “the function of the minister’s spouse is not, in itself, likely to constitute a situation of conflict of interest”. Indeed, the HATVP reminds us that the concept of conflict of interest between public interests only applies when “the interests in question are not convergent”.
However, according to a press release from the supervisory authority, there is no problematic situation since the interests of the CNAM are necessarily aligned with those of the Ministry of Health. It’s a bit quick to say, the Health Insurance remains a public administrative body enjoying its own legal personality and financial autonomy. But let’s face it – the purpose of the question asked was not, however, to analyze the connections between an organization and its supervising ministry, but to comment on the links between the person of Marguerite Cazeneuve and her supervising minister, who is none other than her husband.
Moreover, Aurélien Rousseau took care to take an order to signify his deportation (ER: abstention?) “on any decision concerning directly or indirectly the professional situation of his spouse”. This decree also provides for the deferral, until September 12, of any decision concerning the pharmaceutical group Lilly France, of which his mother-in-law was an influential official.
A mother-in-law former leader of a laboratory
Now retired, Béatrice Cazeneuve was one of the leaders of the French branch of the American pharmaceutical group Lilly. As the newspaper Liberation indicates, on February 12, 2021, this laboratory had received a temporary authorization for use from the National Medicines Safety Agency (ANSM) for Bamlanivimab during the health crisis.
A dose of this monoclonal antibody was worth around 2,000 euros, although the treatment has not been proven effective against Covid-19. However, this did not deter the ANSM from issuing approval to the laboratory, at the same time as the distribution of the drug was interrupted in the United States.
The new Minister of Health certainly questioned the HATVP on the links of interest with his wife, but did not do so for his mother-in-law. At the end of its statement, the Administrative Authority recalls that “members of the Government have a period of two months after taking office to send a declaration of interests and a declaration of assets to the High Authority” .
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