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Originally posted by Studenofhistory
reply to post by Sk8rDude7
Thanks for the help. This is the kind of response I was hoping to generate. Since the PTB are monitoring ATS, this kind of growing chatter about not only the vaccinations themselves but also about the July 27th exercises may be enough scrutiny to cause the exercises to be canceled. That's my hope.
Originally posted by Master Shen long
Whoever believes they wont be forced to take the shot must be high on fluoride and mercury........... Most countries have stated their intentions of a mass forced flu shot (Genocide) program. UK included as posted on infowars today..........
Any Government branch, officer, Health worker or anyone else who tries to stab me with that filth will be expelled to the afterlife (promise)!
In regards to your second point; what you propose about politicians getting 'incentives' to promote the exercise is, in fact, a conspiracy.
A scientist who advises the Government on swine flu is a paid director of a drugs firm making hundreds of millions of pounds from the pandemic.
Professor Sir Roy Anderson sits on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), a 20-strong task force drawing up the action plan for the virus.
Yet he also holds a £116,000-a-year post on the board of GlaxoSmithKline, the company selling swine flu vaccines and anti-virals to the NHS.
Sir Roy faced demands to step down yesterday amid claims that the jobs were incompatible. 'This is a clear conflict of interest and should be of great concern to taxpayers and government officials alike,' said Matthew Elliott of the TaxPayers' Alliance.
'You cannot have the man in charge of medical emergencies having any financial interest in the management of those emergencies. We need someone totally unbiased to tackle this crisis.'
The Department of Health and GSK denied there was a conflict and said Sir Roy did not attend Sage meetings where vaccines and drugs were discussed.
Sir Roy was appointed to Sage to 'provide cross-government scientific advice regarding the outbreak of swine flu'. He was one of the first UK experts to call the outbreak a pandemic.
An instructor at one of the Government’s swine flu call centres has described the virus as a ‘turboshandy’ version of the usual seasonal bug and a ‘godsend’ for their business.
Mr Kirby joked about sending a victim to run around the streets of Bristol to spread flu.