DEJA VU? Fauci, Flu, Pneumonia, Pandemic and Vaccines

Dr. Richard Day’s 1969 speech in which he outlines absolutely every aspect of the theater production we are suffering through today:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i3BTXxl8KMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i3BTXxl8KM

Vaccine


Please note that a similar production already occurred in 1918 as a test run called the Spanish Influenza Epidemic. At the time, it was estimated that twenty (20) million people died of the Spanish Flu, most of them in Europe, and most of them already suffering from starvation.

In the Olympics 1980’s, interest was mysteriously revived in the Spanish Flu, and the numbers were inflated to (50) fifty million deaths, and at the same time, Dr. Anthony Fauci published papers saying that the cause of all these deaths was not any form of influenza, but was a result of bacterial pneumonia— most likely caused by people wearing ineffective, but dirty and damp cloth masks.
https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/bacterial-pneumonia-caused-most-deaths-1918-influenza-pandemic

Now, though nobody appears to know why, the number of deaths from the Spanish Flu, which wasn’t influenza-caused according to the Great Fauci’s own research, has been inflated to (80) million deaths.
Other doctors have paired the symptoms recorded during the Spanish Flu with the then-new availability of Bayer Aspirin which was made very widely available and routinely overdosed, which then caused bleeding from the internal organs and mucous membranes, mirroring the symptoms of hemorrhagic fever.
Just like other researchers have paired the symptoms and appearance of polio with the appearance of oil-based agricultural pesticides. Miraculously, when these same water-resistant pesticides which are known to cause nerve damage and paralysis were removed from the market, polio also disappeared — purportedly as a result of the polio vaccine. Or not.
Just a year prior to the Spanish Flu, Woodrow Wilson, one of the prime architects of all this preposterous fraud, called together the major newspaper owners in this country and formed what he called The Committee on Public Information, (CPI), to spew war propaganda 24/7.

Dr Anthony Fauci Sporting His Mask

This new government agency also conveniently spewed disinformation about German Americans and Spanish Flu; then as now, there was evidence that the Spanish Flu was given to American Servicemen as innoculations that took place in Kansas, and then spread overseas during the mop-up phase of World War I to decimate both the starving French and German populations— in an apparent attempt to further weaken both nations.
This resembles the story we heard at the beginning of all this current madness — that American Servicemen participating in the World Military Games in Wuhan, China, were injected with “vaccines” provided by Fort Detrick, and used as vectors to spread the “Wuhan Disease”—- only it wasn’t the Wuhan Disease. It was, technically, the Fort Detrick Disease.


Additional facts related to Anthony Fauci’s involvement and the use of the pre- prepped and already patented parent viruses (to guarantee that everyone got their share of the profits from this scheme) will be forthcoming in the days to come, and will rip the covers off the coffins.
This is not as outrageous as it might seem, when you consider that decades before all this, the British Territorial U.S. Army had distributed blankets purposefully infected with Smallpox to American Indians trapped on Reservations, and Lord Pirbright had similarly used Dutch Prisoners of War as the victims of heinous vaccination experiments at the world’s first-ever concentration camps employed during the Boer War in Africa decades prior to the Spanish Flu.

The theory seems to be —kill as many weakened members of the herd as possible, so that the remainder will not be burdened with them, and so that their assets can be claimed as abandoned property by the succeeding puppet governments in support of the occupation forces.
Ever wondered how the occupation of Europe was funded after WWI and WWII? Those of us skeptical of the honesty of British sources (because in our experience, Brits are at the bottom of every dogpile) have even conjectured that this “kill the weak” policy resulted in mass genocide of concentration camp prisoners — not by their starving German and Polish guards, but by their Liberators, who had the ammunition, equipment, means, and opportunity to create all those mass graves and blame the Nazis for it.
And here, right on time, the results are starting to be tabulated, with soaring new death and disability numbers coming from Europe’s Vaccine Adverse Reaction database showing over 3.5 million vaccine injuries and going on 40,000 deaths:
https://www.technocracy.news/mrna-deaths-and-injuries-are-soaring-in-europe/https://www.technocracy.news/mrna-deaths-and-injuries-are-soaring-in-europe/
Oh, and do you all remember when I told you that the insurance companies and vaccine manufacturers would blame the victims? They are refusing to pay insurance claims for people who were vaccinated. Lookee here:
https://greatmountainpublishing.com/2022/02/08/life-insurance-company-refuses-to-pay- out-life-insurance-policy-because-death-was-from-experimental-covid-19-vaccine/

And reports are pouring in that Big Oil and Big Defense Contractors are already having their “Human Resource” departments comb through the personnel records to identify those who received these experimental shots — and plan to replace them “within three to five years”.
Remember Lord Pirbright, mentioned above, a Rothschild toady who committed genocide and created the first-ever concentration camps and forced “medical” experiments during the Boer War? Well, fellas, guess what?
The Pirbright Institute named after this Ghoul also had a hand in the current mess. Yes, they funded research that resulted in patents directly related to this “outbreak” for their own financial benefit and for the benefit of their sister organization, the Wellcome Trust. And, then, they passed off the hot potato (the one with a crown) to their American Cousins, who further developed and patented coronavirus strains at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (thanks to more “philanthropic” funding) which all ended up at Fort Detrick and the NIH and resulted in still more patents benefiting the Vermin ….and, finally, together with over 3 million taxpayer dollars in research funding provided by Dr. Anthony Fauci— found its way to Wuhan, China, too.
Now, did this virulent “enhanced” germ escape from the lab in Wuhan, or was it delivered to Wuhan by our own servicemen who had been unknowingly injected with it? Probably both means were used, and all to the same ends: trying to make it look like the Chinese were to blame for the pandemic and all the economic upheaval and losses created by this opportunistic furor.

Meanwhile, the intended victim, China, has wised up — and you will note that they don’t use the experimental mRNA “vaccines” mandated by the Pope:
https://greatmountainpublishing.com/2022/02/08/communist-china-does-not-use-the- dangerous-experimental-mrna-vaccines-that-are-mandated-in-the-u-s-and-other-non- communist-countries/
They simply continue to pay Francis 1.6 Billion per year (ever since 2014) as hush money to stay quiet about their persecution of Chinese Christians. See here:
https://rumble.com/vtxma0–feb-1-2022-vatican-connection-to-plandemic-exposed-china- pays-vatican-bill.html

Once again, if you dig deep enough, you find Brits…. monotonously, always, front- and-center, at the bottom of every dogpile.
One should also brace for the Chinese to nationalize all those investments made by western companies in China since 1971 and for China to continue to withdraw for a time into its borders, even as it strives to build new trade relationships with new partners in South America and Australia and Africa and India and Russia.
Remember what I told you about how our own Western Parasites have been in the process of killing their host (America) and moving on to greener pastures in China for the past fifty years, including an obvious intention to use the “million man surplus” army they created in China with their “one child” policy, to replace their cheap American mercenaries with even cheaper Chinese throw-aways?
The Chinese read the tea leaves. It means that they are stuck with the investment costs of 70 million new housing units, and the only way they can make up the deficit is by nationalizing western investment enterprises —or spending the gold they have been at such pains to accumulate.
Go figure what you would do, in their shoes?
Let’s see, these heinous abuses of people started with the Brits (British Territorial U.S. Smallpox blankets and Lord Pirbright and Boer War experiments and concentration camps) and continued with the Brits (Pirbright Institute and Wellcome Trust) and then continued with British Sympathizers (Harvard’s Charles Lieber and the Fat Man from Chapel Hill) and then onward to British Territorial operatives at Fort Detrick.
All in succession, all neatly documented through the Patent Offices and incorporation records for the better part of a hundred years — and most of it all connected by and through one organization operating in both Great Britain and America: The Pilgrims Society, and a long list of prominent Eugenicists.

So, you see, we have been to this rodeo before, and it is a uniquely British style rodeo, where the victims are blamed, and the today elitist scumbags are rewarded, and the weak — especially the young and the old of the “herd” are preyed upon by cowards wearing white coats and wielding needles.

See this article and over 3400 others on Anna’s website here: www.annavonreitz.com

Merck Sells Covid Pill for 40 Times What It Costs to Make

The Covid-19 treatment molnupiravir was developed using funding from the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense.

Merck Sells Federally Financed Covid Pill to U.S. for 40 Times What It Costs to Make

The Covid-19 treatment molnupiravir was developed using funding from the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense.

Molnupiravir pill from Merck.

A five-day course of molnupiravir, the new medicine being hailed as a “huge advance” in the treatment of Covid-19, costs $17.74 to produce, according to a report issued last week by drug pricing experts at the Harvard School of Public Health and King’s College Hospital in London. Merck is charging the U.S. government $712 for the same amount of medicine, or 40 times the price.

Last Friday’s announcement that the new medicine cut the risk of hospitalization among clinical trial participants with moderate or mild illness in half could have huge implications for the course of the coronavirus pandemic. Because it’s a pill — as opposed to monoclonal antibodies, a comparable antiviral treatment that is administered intravenously — molnupiravir is expected to be more widely used and, hopefully, will cut the death rate. In the first 29 days of the trial, no deaths were reported among the 385 patients who received the drug, while eight of the people who received a placebo died, according to the statement put out by Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics, the two companies that are jointly launching it.

In addition to having huge implications for health, the pill could bring staggering profits to both Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics. A small Miami-based company, Ridgeback licensed the medicine from Emory University in 2020 and two months later sold the worldwide rights to the drug to Merck for an undisclosed sum. Although Ridgeback remains involved in the development of the drug, some have described the deal as “flipping.”

Like the vast majority of medicines on the market, molnupiravir — which was originally investigated as a possible treatment for Venezuelan equine encephalitis — was developed using government funds. The Defense Threat Reduction Agency, a division of the Department of Defense, provided more than $10 million of funding in 2013 and 2015 to Emory University, as research done by the nonprofit Knowledge Ecology International has revealed. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health, also provided Emory with more than $19 million in additional grants.

Yet only Merck and Ridgeback will reap the profits from the new antiviral, which according to Quartz could bring in as much as $7 billion by the end of this year. After the announcement of the encouraging clinical trial results on Friday, Merck’s stock price climbed, while stock prices of some vaccine makers sagged. Despite its initial investment, the U.S. government seems to be facing a steep markup in prices. In June, the government signed a $1.2 billion contract with Merck to supply 1.7 million courses of the medication at the $712 price. The transaction is due to take place as soon as molnupiravir receives emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration.

Reasonable Terms

Good government advocates are pointing out that because federal agencies spent at least $29 million on the drug’s development, the government has the obligation to ensure that the medicine is affordable. “The public funded this drug, and therefore the public has some rights, including the rights you have it available under reasonable terms,” said Luis Gil Abinader, senior researcher at Knowledge Ecology International.

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In an interview on CNBC, Ridgeback co-founder Wendy Holman noted that the company asked for but “never got government funding” to help manufacture molnupiravir. A whistleblower complaint filed by Rick Bright, the former director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, or BARDA, in May 2020, described Ridgeback’s unsuccessful efforts “to secure approximately $100 million” from BARDA to develop the drug as a Covid-19 treatment. The company’s press release about the study results also noted that “since licensed by Ridgeback, all funds used for the development of molnupiravir have been provided by Merck and by Wayne and Wendy Holman of Ridgeback.”

Abinader was critical of Ridgeback’s failure to acknowledge the government’s initial investment in the drug before the company acquired it. “What they want to do, apparently, is to shape the narrative about who paid for the development of this drug in order to avoid demands from the public to make it available at reasonable prices,” he said.

In an emailed response to questions submitted to Ridgeback Biotherapeutics for this article, Davidson Goldin wrote, “Ridgeback has never received any government funding for molnupiravir and self-funded the development of this medicine for treating SARS-CoV-2 when the government did not provide financial support.” Merck did not respond to inquiries about this article.

No Strings Attached

Merck has promised to make molnupiravir accessible around the world and has already entered into licensing agreements with five Indian companies that manufacture generic drugs. “Merck has committed to providing timely access to molnupiravir globally, if it is authorized or approved, and plans to implement a tiered pricing approach based on World Bank country income criteria to reflect countries’ relative ability to finance their health response to the pandemic,” the company said in its announcement of the trial results on Friday. Indian companies are planning to price the drug at less than $12 for a five-day course, according to recent reports.

In the U.S., and likely in many upper-middle-income and all high-income countries, the price will be determined by the market. Noting that the treatment may be offered to people who are not yet severely sick with Covid-19, health advocates fear that will mean some in these countries will not be able to afford the new drug. “Offering someone a $700 treatment when they don’t yet feel that ill is going to mean that a lot of people are not going to take it,” said Dzintars Gotham, a physician at King’s College Hospital in London and a co-author of the report on the pricing of molnupiravir. According to the report, pricing molnupiravir at $19.99 would allow a company a 10 percent profit margin.

Melissa Barber, a doctoral candidate at the Harvard School of Public Health and co-author of the report on molnupiravir, said that, while its pricing is not as extreme as that of some other drugs, it will likely still place the antiviral out of reach of some who could benefit from it. “If you can’t afford medicine because it’s 1,000 times more than you can afford, or because it’s 100 times more than you can afford, it doesn’t matter,” said Barber. “Those are both bad.”

Barber and Gotham acknowledge that the $17.74 cost of producing a five-day course of the antiviral pills is an estimate but said that the algorithm they used, and have employed to estimate the production costs for hundreds of drugs, tends to result in overestimates in the long run.

Meanwhile, the prices that private companies charge for drugs tend to go up rather than down. “For all these deals that have happened for therapeutics or vaccines, the price has only increased as uncertainty has decreased,” she said. “One price is given and then, for the next sale, the price goes up. The price went up for other drugs and vaccines, so I would be very surprised if this price didn’t go up, too.”

The pricing differential should be grounds to demand a better price under the Bayh-Dole Act, according to Knowledge Ecology International’s Abinader. Bayh-Dole, passed in 1980, regulates the transfer of federally funded inventions into commercial property and allows the government to “march in” and suspend the use of patents that were developed with government funding if it determines that the products are excessively priced.

“The pressure for march-in rights around this drug is going to be huge,” predicted Abinader, who suggested that the government could use the law to lower the price of molnupiravir. “When the Biden administration negotiates another supply agreement with Merck, they should probably leverage those rights in order to get a better price,” he said.

According to Gotham, who is based in London, the short story of molnupiravir already sums up the best and the worst of the U.S. pharmaceutical system. “It’s a great coup that the American government funded some scientists to develop antivirals,” he said. “The great tragedy is that, after their great success, they just gave it away to private industry with apparently no strings attached.”

— Read on theintercept.com/2021/10/05/covid-pill-drug-pricing-merck-ridgeback/