It is time. Europe has had enough of Big Pharma’s control. The global agenda of mandatory vaccination has to stop.

The Network for Vaccine Choice-Germany in collaboration with European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance is organizing a massive protest in Munich, Germany on March 21st, 2020. Speakers include CHD’s own Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.  and Vera Sharav of the Alliance of Human Research Protection.

 

 

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Europe is rising up.

We’ve finally had enough of an almighty pharmaceutical industry censoring our internet, controlling our media, our courts and our governments. Mandatory vaccination is a violation of our physical integrity, of our freedoms guaranteed to us by the Charter of Human Rights, and is limiting our access to education, employment and free circulation of citizens.

The global agenda of mandatory vaccination is marching fast. After Italy in 2017 and France in 2018, many other countries are following this line. The latest country to fall is Germany in 2020. These mandates will soon be extended to adults, pregnant women and elderly people.

The Network for Vaccine Choice Germany in collaboration with the European Forum for Vaccine Vigilance is organizing a massive protest to show the world that we are here, more determined than ever.

This is not the time to hesitate. It is the time to act.

Join us in Munich on March 21st, 2020. During the demonstration there will be speeches from eminent people, who fight every day against discrimination and unfair obligations.

You will hear Mrs Vera Sharav from New York City, a Holocaust-Survivor and the founder of the Alliance of Human Research Protection. She is a fierce pharma-critic, who wants to give us all a warning about the direction in which we’re headed.

And you will get the chance to meet and listen to the famous Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who is leading the battle in America to defend informed consent, first freedoms and our health with his organization Children’s Health Defense.

We need you to make it happen. Please join us on March 21st. It is for you and it is for all of us.

Thank you for being with us, and see you very soon in Munich