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Swine Flu 2: Putting New Lipstick on an Old Pig

Swine Flu Scandal
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Fool Me Once, Shame on You. Fool Me Twice, Shame On Me.

On 11 June 2009 the WHO Director-General Margaret Chan declared the Swine Flu pandemic. At that time Swine Flu had been associated with 141 deaths and 30,000 cases across 74 countries. It has been noted that until less than six weeks earlier, WHO’s description of pandemic influenza included the words “resulting in several, simultaneous epidemics worldwide with enormous numbers of deaths and illness”, which were quietly removed around 4 May 2009. It seems someone knew what was coming. 

In 2009 Dr Wolfgang Wodarg became a whistleblower to the Swine Flu scandal. Like Dr Andrew Wakefield before him, and many thousands more doctors, scientists and health professionals since 2020 who dare to speak against a corrupted, profit- and power-driven agenda, Dr Wodarg lost his career and his reputation for holding true to his medical ethics. Punishment of ethical doctors and scientists who dare to step outside the dictates of a corrupted corporate cartel now firmly established as the owners of western health care systems, is in fact steeped in history going back as far as 1913.

A lung specialist and epidemiologist, Dr Wodarg monitored influenza-like-illness (ILI) as a matter of routine in his position as public health director in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. He also spent two years executing the International Health Regulations at the Hamburg Port Health Authority, so he is well versed in World Health Organization (WHO) systems.

Dr Wodarg spent 15 years in the German Bundestag (federal parliament), and 10 years in the Council of Europe where he was President of the Sub-Committee on Health and active in addressing corruption in health services. In this interview with Nick Hudson at Pandata, Dr Wodarg describes his experience in 2009, of recognising that panic was being drummed up over the circulation of a virus which was of no consequence to population health.

He was instrumental in introducing a motion in the European Parliament calling for an inquiry into the “faked pandemic”, after recognising that undue influence was being wielded over scientists and agencies including WHO, by the pharmaceutical industry. The subsequent investigation severely criticised these players for mongering profits and control. 

This influence was admitted openly and boastfully by virologist Marc van Ranst in his 2019 presentation at Chatham House in London, where he described the various strategies he used as Belgium’s “Flu Commissioner” in 2009 to encourage population-wide fear and compliance in order to ensure high vaccine uptake. The result was worldwide alarm over a mild virus which ultimately killed fewer people than would be expected to die during a normal influenza season.

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In this interview with Planet Lockdown, Dr Wodarg remembers the actions of Gro Harlem Brundtland, a Swedish doctor and politician who held the position of the WHO Director-General from 1998 until 2003. Known as the mother of “Sustainable Development” and the 1987 Brundtland Report “Our Common Future” which laid the foundation for Agenda 21 & Agenda 2030, she was co-chair of the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board from 2018-2021. This places her as a powerful figure in the public-private partnership systems between WHO and their industry sponsors.

Dr Wodarg recounts Dr Brundtland inviting pharmaceutical industry representatives to the World Economic Forum in Davos to engage in solving global health problems, in 2002. At the same time large foundations including Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Wellcome Trust began sponsoring WHO, which had until that time relied on member nations for funding. As Dr David Bell has outlined in multiple interviews (most recently with Liz Gunn at FreeNZ), this changed the focus of WHO, from working on health programs based on need, to focusing on sponsor preferences relating to return on investment. Learn more at Lilian Franck’s excellent documentary, Trust WHO.

Tamiflu was promoted as a panacea for Swine Flu and was distributed en masse in the panic to healthy contacts, contacts-of-contacts, and non-contacts. Manufacturer Roche made US$3.2 billion in 2009 alone. Despite being touted as both safe and effective, the literature suggests that there is no evidence for reduced severe illness or hospitalisation. The drug is associated with renal disorders, high blood sugar, psychiatric disorders and heart rhythm disturbances. Read more here.

At the same time that Tamiflu was being promoted to perfectly healthy populations, the vaccine industry were expediting their response to the Swine Flu ‘pandemic’. Multiple products came to market and millions of healthy, non-vulnerable people rolled their sleeves up for the highly marketed potions. Between October 2009 and March 2010, 70 million doses of GlaxoSmithKline’s Pandemrix were administered across a number of European countries. The vaccine was withdrawn after a sharp rise in cases of narcolepsy (a severe, immune-related sleep disorder which causes permanent impairment) was observed in hundreds of children and teenagers. GSK and the regulators at that time knew of the safety signals and failed to alert the public. Read more here.

Those interested in introducing new vaccines should never have a stake in fighting actual disease. They are interested in ill people to test their remedies. A huge conflict of interest.” ~ Dr Wolfgang Wodarg


It is clear that there are agendas involved in the events of today and that are connected to historical events which thread back even further than 2009. This week independent researcher Sandi Adams presented at the World Council for Health General Assembly Meeting: Exposing the UN’s Agenda 21/2030. This is required viewing for anyone attempting to understand what we are living through. Knowledge is power, in this case the power to save ourselves from the coming Prison Planet.

Watch: Swine Flu Scandals

The 2009 swine flu scandal was covered by the UK’s mainstream Channel 4 News in 2010. Many will recognise the parallels to Covid.

Even earlier, in 1976 America’s CBS 60 Minutes covered the first Swine Flu ‘pandemic’ scandal. The parallels between then and now are sadly the same, and include conflicts of interest between public servants and their opportunities for employment and benefits from private corporations; use of high profile politicians and celebrities to market pharmaceutical products; harms of those products; and whistleblower doctors.

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  1. Fantastic research guys, & I clicked on the rating, wanting to give it 5 stars but my finger must have touched it at the wrong place & it selected 3 stars… which I couldn’t correct! That current ‘stars’ feedback either needs a clear instruction as to choose a specific number of stars…. or just choose a number 1-5
    Hope that’s helpful
    Mary

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