- WHO still refuses to release names of drug "scientist" profiteers; overbought drugs now lay unused in warehouses, taxpayers left with another bill from global organized crime.
- financial ties with companies which stood to profit, an investigation has found.
The British Medical Journal says the scientists had openly declared these interests in other publications
- yet WHO made no mention of the links....
Guidelines recommending governments stockpile antiviral drugs were issued by WHO in 2004.
The advice prompted many countries around the world
- into buying up large stocks of Tamiflu, made by Roche, and
- Relenza manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.
A year after the swine flu pandemic was declared, stocks are left unused in warehouses and governments are attempting to unpick contracts.Conflict of interest
The BMJ, in a joint investigation with The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, found that
- three scientists involved in putting together the 2004 guidance had previously been paid by Roche or GSK for lecturing and consultancy work
- as well as being involved in research for the companies....
the ties were not publically declared by WHO....
- ...a request to see conflict of interest declarations was turned down.
In addition, membership of the "emergency committee" which advised WHO's director general Margaret Chan on declaring an influenza pandemic
It means the names of the 16 committee members are known only to people within WHO, and as such their possible conflicts of interest with drug companies are unknown."...
- "WHO swine flu experts 'linked' with drug companies," 6/4, BBC
- Case in point why psychopath criminals want everything to be "global." And why not? Absolutely no one is stopping them. (I recall google's news page making very sure these injections were top of mind, with daily pictures and stories for a long period of time. ed.)