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France's 'Article Pfizer' Could Send Those who Criticize mRNA Jabs to Prison for 3 Years

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As of February 15, 2024, criticism of such therapeutic treatments, when deemed obligatory or recommended by the state, could result in up to 3 years of imprisonment or a fine of 45,000 euros. This bold legislative step, dubbed 'Article Pfizer' by critics, represents a significant shift in the balance between public health policy and free speech.

The law specifically targets the resistance to mRNA treatment (aka mRNA vaccines and gene therapy), positioning it as a cornerstone in the fight against future pandemics. According to critics, the new law aims to chill public discourse on public health policy, silence doctors and discourage potential whistleblowers who may have valid concerns about mRNA technology or other treatments.

"According to the law, which was passed quietly and secretly through the French parliament on Wednesday, advisement against mRNA or other treatments which are deemed 'suitable' based on current 'medical knowledge' can lead to a 3 year prison sentence and up to a $48,400 fine."