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H1N1 'Pseudopandemic' Was A Hoax Perpetrated by Big Pharma

Appearing on The Alex Jones Show, outgoing Chair of the Council of Europe's Sub-committee on Health Wolfgang Wodarg said that his panel's investigation into the 2009 swine flu outbreak has found that the pandemic was a fake hoax manufactured by pharmaceutical companies in league with the WHO to make vast profits while endangering public health.

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, a 47 nation body encompassing democratically elected members of parliament, began hearings last month to investigate whether the H1N1 swine flu pandemic was falsified or exaggerated in an attempt to profit from vaccine sales.

Wodarg said that governments were "threatened" by special interest groups within the pharmaceutical industry as well as the WHO to buy the vaccines and inject their populations without any reasonable scientific reason for doing so, and yet in countries like Germany and France only around 6 per cent took the vaccine despite enough being available to cover 90 per cent of the population.

Wodarg said he was alarmed when the WHO cited early cases in Mexico as a threat and quickly moved to pandemic status, despite the fact that the cases were relatively mild and the virus was not new.

"This was the mildest flu ever and the people were much more clever than the government so we have to find out what was going on with WHO - why did they do this pandemic alarm," asked Wodarg, noting that pharmaceutical interests within the World Health Organization were instrumental in creating the panic and reaping the financial dividends.

"We don't know what really happened, we only know that they changed the definition of a pandemic, which was a very dangerous thing before and now is just a normal flu, and this is why business for pharmaceutical companies was open," said Wodarg, adding that select pharmaceutical companies were handed a monopoly on creating the vaccine.

"It is their trick that they always try to monopolize this and we pay much more like this," said Wodarg, noting that if patents were left open, vaccines would be produced much quicker and far cheaper.


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