The World Health Organization has been caught in a scandal involving cash kickbacks to WHO advisorsÂ by vaccine manufacturers who profited from the false pandemic.
This new report, published in the British Medical Journal, reveals the cash connection between Big Pharma and key WHO advisors.
I've done multiple posts regarding the H1N1 flu scam and the deliberate fear put upon, not only Americans, but people across all continents! Eventually, the facts reach the surface, someone is brave enough to report them, and then it's up to us to continue to spread the information and details.
The H1N1 flu proved to be a dud because that's all it was to begin with. Seasonal flu takes many lives each year, but most die from the secondary effects or an underlying condition which the flu exacerbates. In fact, as seasonal flu goes, this past season had an unusually light outcome.
The more we learn from things like these, increased numbers of people will take extra time for deeper research, ask additional and pertinent questions, and be better prepared to make the right decision for themselves, and not leave it to the fear mongers.
"The funny thing is, NaturalNews and other natural health advocates told you all the same thing a year ago, and we didn't have to spend millions of dollars on a study to arrive at this conclusion. It was obvious to anyone who knows just how corrupt the sick-care industry really is.
"They'll do practically anything to make more money, including bribing WHO scientific advisers and paying them kickbacks once the vaccine sales surge.
(NaturalNews) A stunning new report reveals that top scientists who convinced the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare H1N1 a global pandemic held close financial ties to the drug companies that profited from the sale of those vaccines. This report, published in the British Medical Journal, exposes the hidden ties that drove WHO to declare a pandemic, resulting in billions of dollars in profits for vaccine manufacturers.
Several key advisers who urged WHO to declare a pandemic received direct financial compensation from the very same vaccine manufacturers who received a windfall of profits from the pandemic announcement. During all this, WHO refused to disclose any conflicts of interests between its top advisors and the drug companies who would financially benefit
from its decisions.
All the kickbacks, in other words, wereswept under the table and kept silent, and WHO somehow didn't think it was important to let the world know that it was receiving policy advice from individuals who stood to make millions of dollars when a pandemic was declared.
WHO credibility destroyed
The report was authored by Deborah Cohen (BMJ features editor), and Philip Carter, a journalist who works for the Bureau of Investigative Journalism in London. In their report, Cohen states, "...our investigation has revealed damaging issues. If these are not addressed, H1N1 may yet claim its biggest victim -- the credibility of the WHO and the trust in the
global public health system."