there is still nothing sanitary about this crisis “Reiner Fuellmich

September 3, 2021 by archyde

Lawyer Reiner Fuellmich returns to present the progress of the Corona Committee with which he has been working for months to try to elucidate the ins and outs of the covid-19 crisis.

He explains from the outset that he is at a crucial moment in the progress of research: “We have gone from” What is this pandemic? “;” How dangerous is the virus? “;” How dangerous is this? ” are PCR tests reliable? “;” What consequences will anti-covid health measures have? “; to” Who is behind this? “

To answer these questions, he conducted more than 150 interviews with experts from around the world, such as Prof. Luc Montagnier and Mike Yeadon, former vice president of Pfizer, to come to the conclusion that “all this did not nothing sanitary, and never had anything sanitary “. He returns in particular to the economic aspect of the pandemic, showing that “those who are currently recovering market share in the world, are also those, if we follow the money, who are behind what is happening. “. According to him, SMEs, especially Western ones, are being swallowed up by economic giants such as Amazon or bought out by the Chinese.

Regarding health, he stresses the fact that the long-awaited vaccination does not solve the problem and does not stop the virus as hoped, while health measures trigger many suicides among the population.

Still according to him, populations around the world are gradually realizing that governments continue to place their pawns to control their “daily life”.

Putting together all the items he lists, he comes to the conclusion that: “This is not an accident. It is intentional.”

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Natasha Kumar

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