Slovakia’s new leader gives defiant middle finger to WHO power grab
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
THE new Prime Minister of Slovakia Robert Fico has shocked the globalist establishment by giving the middle finger to the WHO Pandemic Treaty.
Fico has called the Pandemic Treaty “nonsense invented by greedy pharma companies.” The rejection is a slap in the face of the big-pharma controlled European Union and joins a growing number of populist, nationalist governments in Europe.
Slovakia has also bucked the EU-NATO coalition against against Russia and rejects the UN-driven cultural Marxist attacks on gender and family. Fico won his country’s national election last September, based on a promise to end military aid to Ukraine. His SMER (Slovenska Social Democrat) party defeated the left leaning Progressive Slovakia party.
Fico’s stand now aligns him with Hungary’s pro-Russian government led by Victor Orban, and the populist parties now governing in Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden and Greece.
But his attack on the global pharmaceutical complex is welcome news to westerners fighting the same powers who are relentlessly pushing another murderous round of mRNA injections, and attempting to squash whistleblowers exposing the injections’ shocking record of deaths and injuries.
“One study after another confirms the scandalous consequences of mass vaccination with untested experimental vaccines,” Fico said in a recent speech. “Yes, I confirm as chairman of the party and … as the Prime Minister that I will support the efforts of politicians from the new government coalition to politically assess what the government between 2020 and 2021 was fooling around (with) and also have a look at the financial side of extensive and often completely meaningless purchases of medical devices and vaccines,” he said.
“I also declare that SMER will not support strengthening the powers of the World Health Organisation at the expense of sovereign states managing the fight against pandemics. I will say that such nonsense could only be invented by greedy pharmaceutical companies which began to perceive the opposition of some governments against mandatory vaccination.”
Fico went on to explain that under the Slovakian Constitution, an international agreement favoring the WHO could only be consented to by the National Council of the Slovak Republic, and he doubted any such support exists.
“The Vigilant Fox”, an online commentary platform, said there was no other head of state in the world who has had the guts to say this publicly and so explicitly. “Slovakia is leading the world out of the dark ages of biological warfare by the pharmaceutical industry and globalist institutions like the WHO, in a move that is seen as completely unexpected. This move will set off a chain reaction of events…”
The Slovak Republic was formerly part of Czechoslovakia, which peacefully separated into two nations in 1992. It is a landlocked country in Central Europe, bordered by Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east, Hungary to the south, Austria to the west, and the Czech Republic to the northwest.