Blood clots are reportedly a “rare” side effect of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, occurring in mainly younger women under 60. The head of the preeminent medical institution in the European Union Emer Cooke attempted to downplay the side effect, which has a “high death rate” by saying that the benefits outweigh the risks.
But as revealed in a video translated exclusively for RAIR Foundation USA, MP Gerald Hauser of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) exposed Cooke for her longtime ties as a lobbyist with the Pharmaceutical industry. He said the connection leads to “Outright insider deals, outright nepotism, bribery…”
“I think it’s very important that we use the vaccines that we have available to us. We need to beat this pandemic,” Emer Cooke, Executive Director of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said during a press conference earlier this month. “We need to make sure people have confidence in the vaccines,” she continued.
The EMA can be described as the European Union equivalent of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in America.
Watch the discussion here:
MP Gerald Hauser slammed Cooke for her long ties to the pharmaceutical industry, which could be a clear conflict of interest. “Since 1985 she has been working in various positions of the pharmaceutical industry,” Houser declared, pointing out that for years she was a director of the FBA, the “the lobbying organisation for the largest European Pharmaceutical Conglomerates.”
Her clients, Hauser explained, included “Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Novartis, [and] Johnson and Johnson.” “She has lobbied in an executive capacity for the pharma industry and is now responsible for the approval and for the control and the efficacy of vaccines like AstraZeneca,” he said.
While Hauser’s comments went viral in Europe, there was little coverage in America.
Watch his powerful speech here:
Full Transcript (Many thanks to Oz-Rita for the Translation!)
MP Gerald Hauser FPÖ [Austrian Freedom Party]
Dr. Saxinger has just stated that the EMA [European Medicines Agency] has checked everything thoroughly. OK.
The European Medicines Agency is responsible for monitoring and evaluating medicines in the EU, and is also responsible for their approval.
And you probably also know Dr. Saxinger, who heads this EMA. Namely since November 16 2020, before there was even any discussion about vaccinations and the approval of vaccinations, a certain Dr. Emer Cooke — it can all be read here — and this Dr. Emer Cooke, who was appointed on November 16 2020 as the chairwoman [director] of the EMA is responsible for a budget in 2020 of approximately €306 million.
And do you know what this budget is made up of? 91% of this budget comes from fees paid by the pharmaceutical companies. OK, so far, so good.
And if you now look at the C.V. of Dr. Emer Cooke, I can tell you, and take a look at this:
Since 1985 she has been working in various positions of the pharmaceutical industry. It is interesting to note that from 1991 to 1998 she was a director of the FBA.
And do you know what the FBA is? The FBA is the lobbying organisation for the largest European Pharmaceutical Conglomerates.
And do you know that she lobbied for eight years for the Big 30 of the European Pharmaceutical Industry? And do you know who her clients were?
Guess who, Doctor? I’ll tell you right now if you don’t know, but you can guess: Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Johnson and Johnson, and so on and so forth.
So, this Dr. Emer Cooke, who was appointed in mid-November of 2020 to the EMA board has, all her life, worked for the pharma industry. She has lobbied in an executive capacity for the pharma industry and is now responsible for the approval and for the control and the efficacy of vaccines like AstraZeneca.
Honoured colleagues, what would one say, even as a not-yet experienced parliamentarian, to such a case? What would one say?
Outright insider deals, outright nepotism, bribery, everything possible, that’s how it is.
Please think about this when in future you use the EMA as proof of the correctness of the testing of medical drugs.
[Voice of narrator, probably Red Pill Germany]
Gerald Hauser criticizes Emer Cooke, the Director of the European Medicines Agency, the EMA, because Cooke has long lobbied for Big Pharma.