Unvaccinated, François Asselineau, 63, assured that he would be vaccinated “if necessary, when the time comes”, when he would have “the choice with the Russian, Chinese, French vaccine”.
The president of the pro-Frexit UPR (Popular Republican Union) party François Asselineau announced Friday to be positive for Covid-19, preventing him from demonstrating on Saturday in Paris against the health pass, which he considers “absurd, unfair and totally liberticidal” .
“I tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday”, after having started to have “body aches, fever and coughing during the day on Sunday”, explained the presidential candidate of 2022 (0 , 92% of the vote in 2017) in a video posted on his party’s website.
François Asselineau said he has since obtained ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, “made in China”, “treatments that Messrs Véran and Macron forbid the French but that they are the first to take”.
According to him, the effect of these drugs allowed to lower his temperature in a few days, from “38-39 ° C (…) to 37.5 ° C”. Several personalities “covido-skeptics”, including Francis Lalanne, believe that hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin or azithromycin make it possible to cure Covid-19 “very quickly” – an assertion contradicted by the WHO and several scientific studies to this effect. Stadium.
“The Covid is a disease that looks like a fairly mild flu”, François Asselineau once again said, repeating that, for him, “we have enormously inflated the severity of this Delta variant.
He says he doesn’t want to be “a guinea pig”
Unvaccinated, François Asselineau, 63, assured that he would be vaccinated “if necessary, when the time comes”, when he would have “the choice with the Russian, Chinese or French vaccine”, but while saying that he did not wish be “a guinea pig” with the sera approved in the European Union.
“Everyone must think in their soul and conscience what they want on their own body knowing that there are still many uncertainties about all these vaccines,” he said.
François Asselineau confirmed that he could therefore “not participate” in the events planned for Saturday in Paris against the extension of the health pass and the compulsory vaccination of certain professions.
He called on the French “to take to the streets to demonstrate (…) for the free choice of vaccines and above all against the health pass, (which is) absurd, unjust and totally freedom-killing.”
More than 150,000 demonstrators are expected across the country, including more than 10,000 in Paris, according to the authorities. Two out of three French people are in favor of the health pass and compulsory vaccination. In addition, 23% say they support this movement, according to two recent polls.