Michèle Rivasi

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Person.png Michèle Rivasi   TwitterRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician, COVID-19/Premature death)
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Born9 February 1953
Montélimar, Drôme, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes France
Died29 November 2023 (Age 70)
Brussels, Belgium
Cause of death
heart attack
Exposed • Ursula von der Leyen
• Pfizer
PartyThe Greens (France)
Euro-MP who tried to expose Ursula von der Leyen's corrupt dealings with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla about the delivery of 1.8 billion "vaccines". "Died suddenly", aged 70.

Michèle Rivasi was a French politician who was Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the Greens from 2009 until her death in 2023.[1]

Rivasi was one of the few politicians who criticized the "health" management of Covid. EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen had come under increasing pressure due to the "SMS-Gate" initiated by Rivasi, about her correspondence with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla concerning the delivery of 1.8 billion "vaccines".[2]

Rivasi "died suddenly" at age 70, in November 2023.


After the French announcements of mandatory "vaccination" for all caregivers, the extension of the health pass and PCR "tests", Rivasi stated: "This is apartheid in the country of human rights."[3]

The MEP was recognized for her strong position against the "health" management of the European Union during the Covid-19 pandemic. Openly criticizing the opacity of decisions and negotiations, in particular from the EU, Michèle Rivasi distinguished herself by denouncing the issue of Remdesivir and contracts related to Covid-19 vaccines.[4]

Three days before her death, on November 26, she spoke in detail about the Pfizer case:

The latest consequence of Ursula von der Leyen's mega-contract on anti-Covid vaccines: Pfizer is suing Poland for payment of 60 million doses of vaccine that the country ordered but never paid. The 19-month battle between Pfizer and Warsaw could not have ended differently. Poland refuses to pay for vaccines that the country neither needs – the pandemic is over – nor has the finances, as it takes in millions of Ukrainian refugees. Nine other Eastern European countries joined Poland, criticizing that the agreement did not contain clauses allowing countries to cancel orders once the pandemic was over and demanding answers from the European Commission. This surplus of vaccines and the billions of euros wasted on doses that expire in European warehouses are a direct consequence of #SMSgate, the scandal surrounding the mega-contract negotiated by SMS between Pfizer and the President of the European Commission. Since then, the European Commission has been renegotiating the contract with Pfizer in secret. However, Poland did not accept the deal by refusing to buy vaccines it does not need by 2027 and paying 10 euros for each canceled dose. The opacity of the European Commission and our governments must come to an end. We, the European taxpayers, have a right to know how many billions of euros we still have to pay to Pfizer and why. The ball has long been on the field of European investigators.[5]


"Michèle Rivasi, the MEP who tried to expose Ursula von der Leyen's text message correspondence with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, died of a heart attack at the age of 70. At that time, she was on her way to the European Parliament in Brussels. Von der Leyen had come under increasing pressure due to the "SMS-Gate" initiated by Rivasi. This is about messages from the EU Commission President to Bourla about the delivery of 1.8 billion corona vaccines from Pfizer."[6]

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