Parliamentary debates and documents

Australia - Sentate inquiry into excess deaths
Congresswoman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Leads a Hearing on Injuries Caused By COVID-19 Vaccines: Part II
UK Parliamentary Debate on Excess Deaths Thursday 18th April 2024
UKCV Family Submits Evidence to the Dept of Health and Social Care

European Parliament Press Conference Nov 2023

“By circumventing and ignoring several laws, the committee knowingly introduced potentially lethal injections onto the market. The batch dependency due to the side effects has been admitted, as has the DNA contamination.” EU/FvD Press Conference November 21, 2023 The press conference starts in Dutch and is continued in English. Botyh parts are subtitled. In this press conference, Marcel de Graaff (FVD MEP) and Joachim Kuhs (AfD MEP), Willem Engel and Vibeke Manniche (doctor) will discuss shocking revelations arising from the letter from the European Medicines Agency (EMA). This letter came in response to the request from Marcel de Graaff and Joachim Kuhs to immediately suspend the licenses of Covid-19 vaccines. A press conference will take place on Tuesday, November 21, 2023, from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM, at the European Parliament in Strasbourg (Daphné Caruana Galizia Room – Weiss N-1/201). The press conference can be followed live via: Press release Voorwaarheid…

John Beaudoin presents vaccine injury, deaths and data to the NH HHS
New Hampshire Senate Health and Human Services (01/10/2024)
Australian debate on a Royal Commission  

Go to 14:38 to hear from the Australian Vaccine Injured Group ‘Coverse’

A translation into English of Professor Stefan Homburg’s speech.Firstly, by 2020, hospital occupancy rates across Germany have fallen to record lows. That is according to the Federal Ministry of Health.  Second, in 2020 and 2021, there were no more serious respiratory illnesses than usual. The corona has come, the flu has disappeared (according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) Sentinel).  Thirdly, no more people died in 2020 than usual, standardised by age. Mortality rates have only been rising since 2021 (based on data from the Federal Statistical Office).