Extra time, final deadline: June 17th
Action: join legal action to annul EU license of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines as intervenor
Conditions for Application: health professional (doctors, nurses, care home etc.) registered in an EU country
Costs: no fees to apply
Details of case and form for application: see at the end of this article
Hundreds of citizens from across Europe intervene in Italian action to annul EU licence for experimental medical products.
Four actions brought by Italian lawyer Mrs Renate Holzeisen to defend the rights of health workers in northern Italy are growing into a pan-European push-back against the genetic engineering of the population by Big Pharma.
Italian health workers sought help from Mrs Holzeisen after their government told them to accept experimental Covid candidate-vaccines or give up their jobs. Mrs Holzeisen is challenging the licenses granted by the European Commission in its Implementing Decision of 21 December 2020 for use of these products within the EU.
The Decision authorises products from four companies: Pfizer/BioNTech (branded as Comirnaty), Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson). Citing numerous experts, she argues that the four candidate-vaccines are dangerous, ineffective, and should not even be considered vaccines, relying as they do on a highly experimental technology known as ‘gene therapy’. Mrs Holzeisen asks the General Court of the European Union to annul the Commission’s Decision to release these ‘genetherapeutic agents’ and thus relieve the pressure on health workers.
Now citizens from across the EU, in an effort to assert their right to bodily integrity, are joining the action in their hundreds. According to the Secretary of the General Court, an application of this kind would usually include a handful of intervenors—intervention on the scale of Holzeisen’s four actions is unknown to the institution. The Italian lawyer has created historic opportunity for citizens from across Europe to come together and challenge the influence of Big Pharma.
According to Mrs Holzeisen, any European worker under pressure to accept a Covid vaccine from his employer, the State or any other entity, especially to the point of experiencing duress, is affected by the Commission’s Decision to allow the genetic engineering of the population, and has an interest in any of the four annulment actions.
Concerned citizens can ask a European lawyer registered with the General Court to lodge an application to intervene in any one of the actions or all four, under article 142 of the Rules of Procedure of the General Court.
If the application is successful, the General Court will admit the applicant as an intervenor, which will allow them to support the action and attend any oral hearing.
They must lodge the application in German—the language of the action—within 6 weeks of the action’s publication in the Official Journal of the European Union. Mrs Holzeisen has prepared a draft application in German but all documents are also available in several languages. Would-be intervenors should complete the form and enclose proof of their professional capacity as well as arguments that support the action (official communications, emails or even write their own testimonial). They can find a national lawyer who will review the documents and then apply on their behalf at the EU court (for example if groups of doctors can coordinate with a lawyer) or they can write directly to Mrs. Holszeisen.
Applications for intervention in the Comirnaty and Moderna actions, published in the EU Journal on 26 April 2021, must be lodged with the General Court by 7 June 2021. The deadline for interventions in the AstraZeneca action, published on 17 May 2021, is 28 June. The Johnson & Johnson action was filed in the last week and will be published in the coming weeks.
Her action will be closely followed by advocates of health freedom. Also keenly anticipated is the result of an action brought by six European associations including Children’s Health Defense Europe filed for the annulment of a regulation abolishing any GMO risk assessment for Covid-19 vaccines.
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