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BioWar: Rethinking Biodefense Budgets

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posted on Jan, 10 2005 @ 06:27 AM
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"Over the remaining nine months of the U.S. government's 2005 fiscal year billions of dollars will spent on biodefense and more billions likely will be agreed too. What will emerge, however, is an ever louder debate over whether the money is being well spent.
The Bioshield bill signed into law last summer allocated $5.6 billion to the purchase of vaccines with the objective of establishing a market the large pharmaceutical companies would be willing to pursue. The bill was not sweet enough, however, and now proponents on Capitol Hill are drafting new legislation aimed at drawing firms to the table."

www.spacedaily.com...




This is a very important issue. The genius' of the US congress are wanting to pour billions into vaccines that don't work. The research facilities under construction won't be on line for another couple of years. But the US congress wants to "show" it doing something so it is throwing billions into the hands of big drug companies instead of actual Bio-war research. Each of these "congress cowards" has a secure and bio-safe place to hide. What about your people?




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