PRESSRELEASE: European Vaccines – Medical Ethics and Human Rights in China



European Vaccines – Medical Ethics and Human Rights in China

AMSTELVEEN – On December 18, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) received an urgent request from China Alarm, CIPFG-Nederland and the Institute To Research The Crimes Of Communism (IRCC). This, in connection with the expected approval of the first vaccine against covid-19 for Europe by EMA next Monday. The request for suspension of approval due to serious medical ethical concerns as well as concerns about possible serious human rights violations was addressed to Mr. Harald Enzmann, chair of the Committee For Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP). The Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine is the first of six vaccines that Europe chose to protect its citizens against Covid-19.

However, according to the signatories to the request, there is cause for concern for three of the six pharmaceutical companies that will supply the vaccines for Europe. These are serious concerns about medical ethics and human rights in China. The signatories of the letter to the agency are concerned about the methods of testing and manufacturing by Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca and Sanofi. They feel the need to warn the EMA and request that it first investigate and rule out medical ethical and human rights violations. The only way to act in an ethically sound way for pharmaceutical companies is to stop all cooperation with China: the trials, the production of vaccines and further cooperation.

“We believe it is essential that Europe does everything it can to prevent complicity in crimes against humanity committed by the Chinese government / Chinese Communist Party (CCP).”

The primary concern of the three organizations working to improve human rights in China is that the vaccines may have been tested on Uyghurs in China without consent. Their second concern is that there is a medical genocide in China. Several pharmaceutical companies, such as Pfizer and Sanofi, are indirectly cooperating with the Chinese regime by selling anti-rejection drugs / immunosuppressants to China that allow forced organ harvesting from living prisoners of conscience, especially Falun Gong practitioners and Uyghurs, a massmurder and “crime against humanity” as mentioned in the ruling of the China Tribunal.

Seven countries have already introduced laws against organ tourism, a topic that will soon be on the Dutch political agenda. The penalty in Belgium is imprisonment of up to 20 years.

🚩Link to the Dutch version of this pressrelease and to the attachment of the pressrelease, the request to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) of December 18, 2020, with references:

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