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New Slovak PM Calls Out Big Pharma, Mainstream Media and the World Health Organization

“The media covered the opening, you remember, and now I quote that everyone unvaccinated should squeal in pain like a pig.”

‘s recently elected Prime Minister, Robert Fico, has issued a forthright challenge to the influence of pharmaceutical companies and the proposed pandemic treaty that would expand WHO’s powers. Taking office on October 25, 2023, he wasted no time in addressing the heated issues surrounding the pandemic response.

In an impassioned speech, Fico recalled a divisive period in public discourse, drawing attention to past media statements: “The media covered the opening, you remember, and now I quote that everyone unvaccinated should squeal in pain like a pig.” Such rhetoric highlights the stark divisions that emerged over approaches to vaccination.

The Prime Minister delved into the retrospective evaluation of the pandemic response, positioning his stance clearly against the rapid adoption of what he described as “mass vaccination with untested experimental vaccines.” Fico emphasized the need for transparency and accountability, stating his government’s intent to scrutinize the financial execution of previous health interventions.

Moreover, Fico was firm in articulating his administration’s stance against global health governance measures that might impinge on national sovereignty, specifically rejecting any initiative that would bolster the WHO’s influence in Slovak affairs without clear consent from the Slovak Republic’s governing bodies.

“The direction of Slovak social democracy will not support the strengthening powers of WHO at the expense of sovereign states in managing the war against the pandemic,” Fico announced.

The Prime Minister’s declaration represents a significant policy position for Slovakia, suggesting a pivot towards greater national control over health policies and skepticism towards WHO and Big Pharma. The last three years have clearly awakened many people to WHO’s power grab, and it appears that this is accelerating, as the Philippines also declared formal investigations into excess deaths recently.

BREAKING: Philippines’ House of Representative initiates a formal investigation into excess deaths!

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BREAKING: Philippines' House of Representative initiates a formal investigation into excess deaths!

Watch now (1 min) | In a surprising move, the Philippine’s House of Representative has initiated a formal investigation into a staggering number of unexplained excess deaths. Citing official statistics, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dan Fernandez, voiced the concerns that have led to this inquiry:

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The video is sourced from Robert Fico’s Facebook Page.

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The Incoming New Zealand Government To End All COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

The deal also includes an independent COVID-19 inquiry scrutinising aspects including the use of multiple lockdowns.


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By Monica O’Shea November 24, 2023

The incoming New Zealand government, under Prime Minister-elect Christopher Luxon, has broken a historic deal with New Zealand First, led by Winston Peters, to terminate all COVID-19 vaccine mandates and establish an inquiry into the pandemic.

Following weeks of negotiations, a coalition agreement has been established between the National Party, ACT New Zealand, and New Zealand First to form a new government.

In the agreement, the parties have agreed to “end all COVID-19 vaccine mandates still in operation.”

Although Employment New Zealand currently reports no government vaccine mandates at present, it acknowledges that some employers may still require vaccinations based on health and safety legislation.

During COVID-19, while Jacinda Ardern was Prime Minister, New Zealand introduced vaccine mandates for workers in certain settings and a vaccine pass for the public.

The mandate for workers includes quarantine and border staff, school and early learning staff, high-risk health and disability workers police, and defence force.

In October 2021, the government brought in a vaccine pass for workers and the public to access hospitality, gyms, and hair salons.

Chris Hipkins, who was a health minister during COVID-19, took over from Ms. Ardern as Prime Minister in January.

During the election campaign, he sparked a massive reaction online when he claimed “there was no compulsory vaccination.”

Incoming Prime Minister Mr. Luxon will be officially sworn in as Prime Minister on Nov. 27 together with ministers from the National, New Zealand First, and ACT parties.

The Deputy Prime Minister role will be shared between Mr. Peters and ACT leader David Seymour.

Independent COVID-19 Inquiry 

In addition to ending vaccine mandates, an urgent and comprehensive independent COVID-19 inquiry will be conducted, featuring both local and international experts.

The inquiry will look into how the COVID-19 pandemic was handled in New Zealand, including the use of multiple lockdowns and the efficiency of vaccine procurement.

Ahead of the election, Mr. Peters campaigned for possible vaccine compensation for those who lost their jobs or were proven injured by the vaccine.

“You should listen to an inquiry if you’ve got confidence in it and the answer is, one would have to listen to that,” Mr. Peters said in quotes cited by the New Zealand Herald in September.

The inquiry would also look into the social and economics of the COVID-19 pandemic and whether the decisions and steps taken were justified.

A national interest test will also be conducted before New Zealand accepts any deal with the United Nations.

I’ve spoken with the Governor General to inform her that I can form a government.

On Monday I look forward to being sworn in as New Zealand’s 42nd Prime Minister alongside ministers from National, ACT and New Zealand First who are ready to get to work to make this great… — Christopher Luxon (@chrisluxonmp) November 24, 2023