This article is a real treat. Julius Ruechel has written a tour de force that starts with your immune system, moves to the Diamond Princess and the uses made by big businesss and the political class of the COVID pandemic, discusses the role of viruses and their mutations for illness and for health, A.D.E., vaccine side effects, how the 2009 swine flu pandemic was a dress rehearsal for what we have been subjected to in the name of COVID, and finally how we are being milked by a growing system that sees us a chattel, and wants to rent us everything from our homes, to our food, to our entertainment and finally our health, via a panoply of vaccines.
Skip around if you are short on time, because as you might expect, it takes a long time to give due diligence to each topic.
Ruechel serves up a lovely potpourri of quotes as well. Here are just a few:
From a 2010 article entitled: European Parliament to Investigate WHO and “Pandemic” Scandal [Emphasis his]:
- “In his official statement to the Committee, Wodarg criticized the influence of the pharma industry on scientists and officials of [the] WHO, stating that it has led to the situation where “unnecessarily millions of healthy people are exposed to the risk of poorly tested vaccines,” and that, for a flu strain that is “vastly less harmful” than all previous flu epidemics.”
- “For the first time, the WHO criteria for a pandemic was changed in April 2009 as the first Mexico cases were reported, to make not the actual risk of a disease but the number of cases of the disease [the] basis to declare “Pandemic.” By classifying the swine flu as [a] pandemic, nations were compelled to implement pandemic plans and also t[o] purchase swine flu vaccines.“
And here are a series of even more revealing quotes from a 2010 report published by Der Spiegel called: Reconstruction of a Mass Hysteria — The Swine Flu Panic of 2009:
- “Researchers in more than 130 laboratories in 102 countries are constantly on the lookout for new flu pathogens. Entire careers and institutions, and a lot of money, depend on the outcomes of their work. “Sometimes you get the feeling that there is a whole industry almost waiting for a pandemic to occur,” says flu expert Tom Jefferson, from an international health nonprofit called the Cochrane Collaboration. “And all it took was one of these influenza viruses to mutate to start the machine grinding.“
- “Does this mean that a very mild course of the pandemic was not even considered from the start? At any rate, efforts to downplay the risks were unwelcome, and the WHO made it clear that it preferred to base its decisions on a worst-case scenario. “We wanted to overestimate rather than underestimate the situation,” says Fukuda [Keiji Fukuda was the Assistant Director-General for Health, Security and Environment for the WHO at that time].“
Keiji Fukuda, an American who used to work at the CDC, went from the WHO to a teaching job in Hong Kong. Presumably this was arranged by Margaret Chen, then Director General of WHO, who herself came from Hong Kong. Wonder how that has worked out for both of them since Beijing took over the islands of Hong Kong last year.
Here is another excerpt:
Let’s revisit the Peter Daszak quote from earlier. A second read allows the message to really hit home: “Daszak reiterated that, until an infectious disease crisis is very real, present, and at an emergency threshold, it is often largely ignored. To sustain the funding base beyond the crisis, he said, we need to increase public understanding of the need for MCMs [medical counter measures] such as a pan-influenza or pan-coronavirus vaccine. A key driver is the media, and the economics follow the hype. We need to use that hype to our advantage to get to the real issues. Investors will respond if they see profit at the end of process, Daszak stated.”
Isn’t it ironic that he didn’t even care which vaccine was pushed? Influenza or coronavirus, it made no difference. It was always about funding. It was always about the money. It always was. It always is.
The holy trinity of pharmaceutical companies, public health, and international health organizations, all egging each other on in their hunger for a reliable flow of cash: shareholder profits, larger budgets, and governmental donations. Their interests are perfectly aligned and the lines between them are blurred to such a degree that each benefits from reinforcing one another’s best interests.
And why would politicians and media bow to the holy trinity?
Big Pharma spent an average of US$4.7 billion per year between 1999 and 2018 on lobbying and campaign contributions, just in the USA!
Big Pharma also shells out $US20 billion each year to schmooze doctors and another US$6 billion on drug ads, just in the USA! So, it’s no surprise why legacy media and Big Tech are tripping over themselves not to ruffle the party line — they live and die by the almighty advertising dollar. Never bite the hand that feeds you.