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‘Article Pfizer’ – France to punish criticism of mRNA vaccines

17 February 2024

1:35 AM

17 February 2024

1:35 AM

France, the nation that likes to boast about its approach to liberty and free speech, has passed a law through the National Assembly on Valentine’s Day that appears to impose severe penalties on those who criticise mRNA vaccines.

According to The People’s Network:

‘As of today, criticism of such therapeutic treatments, when deemed obligatory or recommended by the state, could result in up to three years of imprisonment or a fine of 45,000 euros.

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