Prof Christian Perronne at Luxembourg Parliament Hearing on Vaccinating Children
Christian Perronne is a doctor and university professor specializing in tropical pathologies and emerging infectious diseases. During his career, he has chaired many top-level health committees, including the French Specialist Committee for Communicable Diseases, and the High Council on Public Health (HCSP), which advises the government on public health policy and vaccination policy, where he wrote France’s vaccination policy for many years.
After he started objecting to many of the French covid policies from the beginning in March 2020, including lockdowns, suppressed treatments, mandatory masks and the vaccines, calling it “completely stupid” and “unethical”, he was fired from his positions, deleted by social media corporation while National Council of the Order of Physicians instigated legal action against him. (frankploegman/Rumble)
Some of what he said in this video:
“The proof now is we know they don’t work, that they don’t prevent contamination, that they don’t prevent severe outcomes. More than 90% in intensive care are double and triple vaccinated. We need to stop this delirium of wanting to vaccinate for an illness which almost doesn’t kill. A lot of figures have been inflated, with these PCR tests that are amplified above what is scentifically authorized, we have inflated the epidemic’s figures, we have inflated the number of deaths. People who arrived at the hospital for other things, if they had a positive test, we said they died of covid, when they died of something else. The vaccines caused 36,000 deaths in Europe, including hundreds of athletes.”
Georgiu, Perronne, Yim, Ochs Debate Vaccines at the Luxembourg Parliament
David Georgiu gathered 5,000 signatures to petition the Luxembourg parliament on the subject of vaccinating children for COVID-19. On January 12 2022, he was joined by Anne-Marie Yim, Christian Perronne, David Georgiu, and Dr Benoit Ochs to debate the topic in the presence of the Health Minister and deputies. Translated from French to English by the washup. (Thewhashup/Rumble)