Big Pharma Prepares To Exploit New Swine Flu Scare
Paul Joseph Watson
Big Pharma is licking its lips at the prospect of cashing in on a second round of the swine flu epidemic, despite the fact that the first outbreak of the virus in 2009 was proven to be a contrived hoax perpetrated by pharmaceutical companies in concert with the World Health Organization.
Chair of the Council of Europe's Sub-committee on Health Wolfgang Wodarg said that governments were "threatened" by special interest groups within the pharmaceutical industry as well as the WHO to buy the vaccines and inject their populations without any reasonable scientific reason for doing so.
Wodarg said he was alarmed when the WHO cited early cases in Mexico as a threat and quickly moved to pandemic status, despite the fact that the cases were relatively mild and the virus was not new.
"This was the mildest flu ever and the people were much more clever than the government so we have to find out what was going on with WHO -- why did they do this pandemic alarm," asked Wodarg, noting that pharmaceutical interests within the World Health Organization were instrumental in creating the panic and reaping the financial dividends.
Wodarg said there was "no other explanation" for what happened than the fact that the WHO worked in cahoots with the pharmaceutical industry to manufacture the panic in order to generate vast profits, labeling the entire episode a hoax.
He also explained how health authorities were "already waiting for something to happen" before the pandemic started and then exploited the virus for their own purposes.
Any new attempt by health authorities to hastily declare a new pandemic emergency should be treated with the utmost suspicion given the fact that these same entities were caught lying and scheming in 2009 to manufacture fearmongering surrounding swine flu in order to cash in to the tune of billions.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show. Watson has been interviewed by many publications and radio shows, including Vanity Fair and Coast to Coast AM, America's most listened to late night talk show.
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