Coronavirus: LCI controversy over tests on Africans with BCG vaccine

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Coronavirus: LCI controversy over tests on Africans with BCG vaccine

Scandal! Ashamed! An LCI sequence on a vaccine test in Africa shocked the world. While many innocent people die from coronavirus. Two French researchers live on LCI discuss how a potential new treatment against covid19 should be tested for the first time in Africa.

Jean-Paul Mira, head of resuscitation at Cochin Hospital in Paris and Camille Locht, director of research at Inserm, talk about experimental tests on Africans to fight the coronavirus with the BCG vaccine.

A controversial sequence of April 2, 2020

Jean-Paul Mira explains:

“If I can be provocative, shouldn’t this study be done in Africa, where there are no masks, no treatments, no resuscitation? A bit, as is done elsewhere for some studies on AIDS. In prostitutes, we try things because we know that they are highly exposed and that they do not protect themselves, “suggests the doctor.

In front of him, Camille Locht agrees with the proposal by replying:

“You are right, we are actually thinking about a parallel study in Africa”.

 

Dominique Sopo, the president of SOS Racisme in France, announced his intention to seize the CSA and wishes to go as far as criminal proceedings.

Honestly, it’s absurd and shocking.

“Africa is not a guinea pig!”

People are not guinea pigs. With all the people who died from the coronavirus, we are shocked that doctors Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht want to put the lives of Africans in danger. No matter what skin color, the life of every human being on earth matters. Every life is important. This sequence on LCI is purely racist.

Many personalities and celebrities denounce these scandalous ideas of experiments with vaccines on Africans.

Samuel Eto’o

Didier Drogba

Tony Yoka

Le boxeur Tony Yoka s’est aussi indigné de ces tests de vaccin BCG sur les Africains.

Comment un bouffon pareil arrive a être journaliste sur une chaine nationale et l’autre con qui dit oui oui on y réfléchi. Pk c’est tjs l’Afrique le cobaye? Pk tu ne le testes pas sur ta mère d’abord?

— Tony YOKA (@TonyYoka)

Le rappeur Rhoff

 

Important point: it should be emphasized that the African continent is the least affected by the coronavirus. So please pay attention to yourself. Don’t accept any experimentation or testing of BCG vaccine on you or other miracle quack products. Watch out for poisoned gifts. Even if you get it for free. Your life is important. You are not guinea pigs. With this controversial sequence on LCI, we are witnessing the worst of humanity. Some people have unhealthy and dangerous intentions during these dark times of coronavirus.

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