Google and AstraZeneca: What’s the connection?

Leading German lawyer and member of the German Corona Investigative Committee, Dr. Reiner Fuellmich spoke with American freelance journalist Whitney Webb on July 2, 2021. They discussed, among other things, Google’s financial interest in AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine.

According to the details, developers of the vaccine, Sarah Gilbert and Adrian Hill of the Jenner Institute at Oxford University, own a biotechnology company developing vaccines called Vaccitech. This company played a major role in the development of the vaccine.

It has been revealed that one of the main investors in this company is Google Ventures (GV), however, another investor is the British government. “It is expected that they will start making a profit once they decide that the pandemic is over,” Webb said. “They can decide to do so whenever they want.”

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AstraZeneca has promised it won’t make money from the vaccine, but there’s a catch. That promise will expire once the “pandemic” is over.

Incidentally, Adrian Hill has ties to the British eugenics movement through the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics and Galton Institute, formerly known as the Eugenics Society. Members of the Galton Institute have called for population thinning in South America, South and Southeast Asia and Africa, where the AstraZeneca vaccine is primarily used.

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Google therefore has a financial interest in the AstraZeneca shot. That explains why Google-owned YouTube is removing videos that talk about the dangers of the vaccines.

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