WHO and Big Pharma: Guilty of Blackmail and Extortion in Swine Flu Fiasco?
January 21, 2010
On January 25 the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) will launch an emergency inquiry regarding the influence of pharmaceutical companies on the global swine flu campaign.
The inquiry will focus on the drug industry’s influence on the World Health Organization (WHO).
The motion was introduced by Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, head of health at the Council of Europe, who has accused the makers of flu drugs and vaccines of influencing the World Health Organization's decision to declare a pandemic.
The motion has now been signed by 14 members from 10 countries sitting on the EU’s Health Committee, who are angry that nations all over the world, and particularly in Europe, have wasted scarce health funds on a contrived “pandemic.”
The investigation is listed on the EU’s draft agenda as “Request for Debate Under Urgent Procedure on ‘Faked Pandemics – A Threat for Health’.”
WHO, meanwhile, has slammed charges that the pandemic was fake, saying that allegation is "wrong" and "irresponsible." They also retorted that they had put into place numerous safeguards to prevent conflicts of interest among its advisers. Further, they said:
"WHO takes allegations of conflict of interest seriously and is
confident of its decision-making independence regarding the pandemic