Through the Looking Glass Darkly
Government as we wish it or government as we will it... President George W. Bush sought to instill panic in the United States by telling us that a minimum of 200,000 people would die from the avian flu pandemic. But it could be as bad as 2 million deaths in this country alone, we were told.
This hoax was then used to justify the immediate purchase of 20 million doses of Tamiflu, at $100 per dose, for a total of $2 billion. Tamiflu is a drug of little known value in treating the disease and can actually contribute to the virus having more lethal mutations.8 Coincidentally or not, Donald Rumsfeld, George W. Bush’s Secretary of defense, was appointed Chairman of Gilead Sciences, Inc. in 1997, the company that developed the Tamiflu. He [Rumsfeld], the largest Gilead stockholder, was in a position to make a fortune on royalties, as the value of a share soared 700% in just a few weeks. In October 2005, the Pentagon ordered vaccination of all US military personnel worldwide against this same Avian Flu.
Then, in 2009, along came the swine flu pandemic scare, same cast of characters, same drug, same attempts at forced inoculation to the benefit of the drug companies. In this case, the disease itself seems to have been created in a laboratory, which makes sense. Create the disease, create the scare, force inoculation, “for your own good,” reap the profits. ...
Gilead Sciences, Inc. past relationships:
Donald H. Rumsfeld - chairman
George P. Shultz - director
People related to Gilead Sciences, Inc.:
John F. Cogan - director
Other current John F. Cogan relationships:
Gilead Sciences, Inc. - director
Hoover Institution - senior fellow
Stanford University - professor
John F. Cogan past relationships:
2012 Mitt Romney presidential campaign - member, Economic Policy Steering Group
George W. Bush - senior economic adviser (Crashed the US Economy)
Council of Economic Advisers - member
Monaco Coach Corporation - director
Social Security Notch Commission - member
U.S. Department of Labor - assistant secretary for policy
U.S. Office of Management and Budget - deputy director
This was George W. Bush's Healthcare Plan and it also was W's Social Security Plan...