Anderson is one of the first people in Great Britain to have called the swine flu a “pandemic”
Cabinet H1N1 Advisor Heads GlaxoSmithKline
javno.com | Jul 28, 2009
There are already conspiracy theories for the swine flu, vaccinations and medication for the illness. Britons now have new proof.
Professor Sir Roy Anderson is a very well positioned person. On one hand he has a nearly compulsory product which is very sought after in today’s time, and on the other hand he officially advises the British Cabinet for the distribution of the same product.
The person in question is the president of the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline, with a yearly salary of 116,000 pounds, and the product in his hands is Tamiflu, the drug for the largest current problem – H1N1 – the so called Swine Flu.
His function for the cabinet is to advise about the illness which has infected hundreds of thousands of Britons, together with 20 or so other experts which make up SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group of Experts).
Whilst the Britons protest about the conflict of interests that Anderson is in, the Ministry of Health and GSK deny any wrongdoing, and claim the disputed person has never attended any SAGE meetings which discussed vaccines and drugs.
Furthermore, according to Daily Mail, Anderson is one of the first people in Great Britain to have called the swine flu a pandemic, and GSK had a turnover of around 2.1 billion pounds in the last quarter. They expect similar results in autumn, when they total in the profit from the announced vaccine and the Relenza inhaler, which is mostly used by pregnant women. Also, the shares of the company rose by 10 percent since May, when in a radio interview he praised the flu drugs and called for their intense distribution.
The question is if what the Austrian journalist Jane Burgermeister says is true, with the FBI filing suits against the leading world pharmaceutical companies, banks and state leaders, for the suspicion that they intend on massively thinning the world population.