Another illustration of that fact is the revelation that one of the UK government's top advisors on swine flu also happens to be a sitting board member of GlaxoSmithKline, the company selling dangerous and untested swine flu vaccines, as well as anti-viral drugs Tamiflu and Relenza, to the NHS.
"Professor Sir Roy Anderson sits on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), a 20-strong task force drawing up the action plan for the virus. Yet he also holds a £116,000-a-year post on the board of GlaxoSmithKline," reports the Daily Mail.
Squalene-based adjuvants in vaccineshttp://www.who.int/vaccin...nd_answers/en/index.html
- A few people have tried to link the health problems of Gulf War veterans to the possible presence of squalene in the vaccines these soldiers received.
- One published report suggested that some veterans who received anthrax vaccines developed anti-squalene antibodies and these antibodies caused disabilities.
- It is now known that squalene was not added to the vaccines administered to these veterans, and technical deficiencies in the report suggesting an
association have been published.
Are squalene-containing vaccines safe?
- Over 22 million doses of squalene-containing flu vaccine have been administered. The absence of significant vaccine-related adverse events following this number of doses suggests that squalene in vaccines has no significant risk. This vaccine has been given primarily to older age groups.
- As this vaccine and new squalene-containing vaccines are introduced in other age groups, post-marketing follow-up to detect any vaccine-related adverse events will need to be performed.
It seems there is an obvious contradiction between the two options of safe or 'time-bomb ' lethal.