The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has a doctorate in medicine. Her maiden name is Albrecht and her husband Heiko is Medical Director of Orgenesis, a US biotech company specializing in gene therapies, such as Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
She has been on its Scientific Council since 2019 and has held her position since September last year. Pfizer and Orgenesis have a very close relationship. Orgenesis was actively involved in the development of the Pfizer vaccine, and is now developing the BioChield program (*), which has the stated intention of inventing a supervaccine that they are testing in mice.
Previously Heiko von der Leyen and Orgenesis vice president Vincent Wandamm worked for 11 years for GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), a British multinational pharmaceutical company. Prior to joining GSK, Vandamm was quality director for eight years at Pfizer. Many other Orgenesis employees also previously worked at Pfizer.
Shortly before the pandemic, in August 2019, GSK and Pfizer announced an agreement to combine several of their businesses into a joint venture GSK Consumer Healthcare.
The links between Pfizer and Orgenesis are also evident. Their largest shareholders are the same investment funds, according to the New York Stock Exchange.
Not only are the contracts signed between Pfizer and Ursula von der Leyen secret, but the exchange of text messages and phone calls between the two parties have been deliberately deleted.
Ursula has proposed to repeal the Nuremberg Code to make vaccines mandatory for the 445 million people living in the European Union.
It is therefore not possible to confirm whether Pfizer has paid commissions for signing the contract, in what amount and, above all, to whom. But we conspiracy theorists make the following numbers: at a rate of 20 dollars per dose, Pfizer has extracted 36 billion dollars from the European Union. For a contract of that size, Brussels pays a commission of 2 percent, which means that someone has pocketed 760 million dollars in commissions. It is logical that he advocates vaccinating all Europeans, and the more often the better. By civil or military means.
There was already a conflict of interest with Ursula von der Leyen’s son, David, who worked for the consulting firm McKinsey and, as such, participated in the company’s profits. McKinsey received millions of euros for advising the Bundeswehr, the German army, when she was the government’s Minister of Defesan.
The multinational McKinsey is the company that has designed the advertising campaigns of the pandemic, and has even been in charge of the logistics of distribution of the vaccines, as we already reported in another post.
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