Lancet/COVID-19 Commission

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Group.png Lancet/COVID-19 Commission WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Lancet COVID-19 Commission.png
InterestsCOVID-19
Membership• Joseph Allen
• Lara Aknin
• John Amuasih
• Danielle Anderson
• Gabriela Cuevas Barron
• Laurence Boone
• Kirsten Brosbøl
• Peter Daszak
• Isabella Eckerle
• María Fernanda Espinosa
• Hume Field
• Vitor Gaspar
• Alejandro Gaviria
• Andy Haines
• Peter Hotez
• Salim Abdool Karim
• Gerald Keusch
• Phoebe Koundouri
• Dato’ Sai Kit Lam
• Felipe Larraín
• Jong-koo Lee
• Nísia Trindade Lima
• Carlos das Neves
• Muhammad Pate
• Malik Peiris
• Stanley Perlman
• Paul Polman
• Gabriela Ramos
• Srinath Reddy
• Jeffrey Sachs
• Linda J. Saif
• Ismail Serageldin
• Rajiv Shah
• John Thwaites
• Vaira Vike-Freiberga
• Chen Wang
• Supaporn Wacharapluesadee
• Miriam Khamadi Were
• Lan Xue
• Min Zhu
A group lead by Peter Daszak

Own words

The group is "an interdisciplinary initiative encompassing the health sciences, business, finance, and public policy."[1]

Control

Peter Daszak (from EcoHealth Alliance) was installed as chair. In June 2021, recused himself from the Commission’s work on the origins of the virus.

The group has contained at least three Bilderbergers, Jeffrey Sachs (chair), Laurence Boone and Paul Polman.

Criminalizing criticism

In July 2021, Dr. Peter Hotez, a member of the commission and professor of pediatrics and molecular virology at Baylor College of Medicine, and frequent commentator on CNN and MSNBC , called "steps to protect our scientists and take swift and positive action to counter the growing wave of far-right antiscience aggression".[2]

"We should look at expanded protection mechanisms for scientists currently targeted by far-right extremism in the United States. Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY) has introduced a bill known as the Scientific Integrity Act of 2021 (H.R. 849) to protect US Government scientists from political interference, but this needs to be extended for scientists at private research universities and institutes. Still another possibility is to extend federal hate-crime protections."[2]

The protection he has in mind does not seem to extend to the numerous COVID-19/dissident scientists that have been censored, gagged and persecuted for their opinions. With a remarkable projection, Hotez said his critics sought "to concentrate power among a selected few while limiting the reach of opposition group".[2]


 

Known Participants

8 of the 40 of the participants already have pages here:

ParticipantDescription
Danielle AndersonAustralian researcher
Laurence BooneFrench economist who caught a "Bilderberg wind" at the 2015 Bilderberg. By 2018, OECD Chief Economist. Later appointed to the Lancet's Commission on COVID-19
Peter DaszakA "completely discredited, conflict-plagued", "longtime partner" of Zhengli Shi, moved US money to the WIV to weaponise bat coronaviruses but didn't mention this in the influential joint statement he secretly got published in The Lancet to promote the "lone bat" theory. Later "investigated" COVID-19's origins.
Paul PolmanBilderberger who was made a member of the Lancet Commission on COVID-19
Jeffrey SachsWorked on the privatisation of Russia
Rajiv ShahUSDSO. As President of the Rockefeller Foundation, sat on the Lancet COVID-19 Commission
Nísia TrindadeBrazilian Minister of Health installed in 2023 to force children to inject Covid jabs
Vaira Vīķe-FreibergaStudied psychology at McGill University at the same time as MK-ULTRA research happened there. Parachuted in to become President of Latvia


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