“They said to me, ‘we will see to it that Thailand is the first country in the world that is going to declare this contract null,'” says Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi.
The Thai government may cancel its multimillion dollar vaccine contract with Pfizer-BioNTech after the Royal Family’s Princess Bajrakitiyabha in December fell into a coma days after taking the company’s booster jab, according to microbiologist Sucharit Bhakdi.
In a recent interview with Swiss banker Pascal Najadi, Dr. Bhakdi explained that he contacted advisers to the Royal Family to discuss the COVID vaccination “fraud,” but they apparently were already privy to its dangers and were prepared to take action.
“When we decided to go back to Thailand for a holiday…in January of this year…Thai activists said, ‘If you come to Thailand, we will connect you with authorities and advisers to the highest authorities in Thailand.’ And this is what happened,” Bhakdi began.
“So I had the opportunity, the first opportunity in three years, to talk to the top advisers of a government in any country. It was very, very impressive. I laid out to them that this whole COVID-19 agenda is a fake and why it’s a fake,” he further claimed.
“I was able to lay out before them the proof that the COVID vaccinations were based on fraud…I was there with very few people — but they knew everything.”
“They said to me, ‘we will see to it that Thailand is the first country in the world that is going to declare this contract null,’” Bhakdi continued.
“Which means that Pfizer-BioNTech is going to have to pay back those billions to Thailand, with which Thailand will re-compensate those people that have lost their existence,” he said.
As for Princess Bajrakitiyabha, a potential heir to King Rama X, Bhakdi noted she had no history of serious illness, but nevertheless “collapsed and is now in a coma” 23 days after taking the Pfizer booster shot.Embed from Getty Images
“We’re sending information to the Royal Family to alert them to the fact that in all probability, the princess is suffering as a victim of this jab,” he said.
“And the diagnosis that was given by the authorities and by the university is so ridiculous. She’s supposed to have a bacterial infection that would never do what she’s suffering from.”
“It’s cardiac,” he asserted. “Her heart failed…and because her heart failed, her brain did not get oxygen, and she’s still in the intensive care department now, more than six weeks. So it’s very, very serious.”
The Royal Family released a statement last month claiming the princess fell into a coma on Dec. 15, 2022 due to “heart conditions” and is on “medical equipment supporting the heart, lungs and kidney.”
Notably, and in contrast to Bhakdi’s claim, Andrew MacGregor Marshall, a former Reuters reporter who previously wrote a book on the Thai royal family, reported days after Princess Bajrakitiyabha fell into a coma that she was being “artificially kept alive” on life support as the result of a brain aneurysm.
Royal Family representatives have not addressed Bhakdi’s or Marshall’s claims as of this writing.
Watch the full interview: