To the editor,
During a 1969 House Appropriations Committee Hearing, the Defense Department’s biological Warfare division at Ft. Detrick requested funds to develop a new disease that would be resistant to the victim’s immune system, and also break it down. According to the Congressional Record, “Within the next five to ten years it would probably be possible to make a new infective micro-organism which could differ in certain respects from any known disease-causing organisms. Most important of these is that it might be refractory to the immunological and therapeutic processes upon which we depend to maintain our relative freedom from infectious diseases.” The funds were approved and it was in the labs at Ft. Detrick that the HIV virus was engineered and manufactured. If Ft. Detrick sounds familiar in more recent history, it is because the Swine flu was also engineered and manufactured in the labs there.
The World Health Organization, in its 1972 bulletin, volume 47, pages 257-274, offered this proposal: “An attempt should be made to ascertain whether viruses can in fact exert selective effects in the immune function, e.g., by affecting T cell function as opposed to B cell function. The possibility should also be looked into that the immune response to the virus itself may be impaired if the infecting virus damages more or less selectively the immune cells responding to the viral antigens.” Under U.N.I.C.E.F. funding in 1975, the World Health Organization began a massive smallpox vaccination program in Africa using vaccines provided by Novartis, who is also involved in the Swine Flu vaccine, and already faces charges of profiteering.
According to the London Times, May 11, 1987, independent journalists in the U.K. determined that the mapped and graphed epicenters of AIDS infections coincide exactly with the locations of the World Health Organization’s smallpox vaccination centers of the Mid-1970’s. Some 14,000 Haitians on UN humanitarian missions to Central Africa were also vaccinated in this campaign, and soon thereafter contracted HIV.
Merck Pharmaceuticals’ head of all vaccine production, Dr. Hilleman, publicly announced in 1987 that the mass vaccination campaigns of the 1950s and 60s likely caused thousands of cancer deaths each year due to the presence of a cancer-causing virus that contaminated the first polio vaccine. The SV40 virus originated from the kidney cells of dead monkeys that were used to culture the first Salk vaccines. Before this was detected and screened out in 1963, tens of millions were vaccinated, and are estimated to have a 300% greater chance of developing cancer. Hilleman admitted that Merck was aware that the vaccines were infected with SWV40, but chose to distribute them nonetheless. Also in 1963, research doctors in New Orleans reported that tens of thousands of polio cases in the 1950’s were caused by live, or attenuated, viruses found in Salk polio vaccines.
Following Operation Desert Storm, hundreds of thousands of American troops were stricken with a wide variety of auto-immune disorders named the Gulf War Syndrome. The cause has been determined to be the adjuvant squalene which was in the mandatory anthrax vaccine administered to our troops, and was documented by Gulf War correspondent Gary Matsumoto in his book, Vaccine-A. Squalene is also the adjuvant in the Swine Flu vaccine. For more information on squalene and the Gulf War Syndrome, visit www.vaccine-a.com.
The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies in the U.K. is headed by Sir Roy Anderson, who is also on the payroll of GlaxoSmithKline, a company boasting profits of 2.1 billion pounds in a mere three months, and manufacturer of the Swine Flu vaccine which Sir Roy Anderson recommended as mandatory. Conflict of interest was widely noted, and a take over of the BBC was proposed to provide educational programming to children in the event schools had to be closed due to the Swine Flu.
Pharmaceutical companies who can afford it are no longer held accountable for any damages due to the nature of the Novartis patent on influenza vaccine kits which allow for jobbing separate ingredients by multiple companies, thereby stripping away all legal liability.