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Thursday, September 20, 2018


Corruption within the Pharmaceutical industry is infinite and unsolved

Corruption within the Pharmaceutical industry is infinite and unsolved

The greed, corruption, and malpractices within the political, pharmaceutical and medical world, are beyond imagination. Top culprits behind these shady deals in the pharmaceutical industry include politicians, pharmacists, and virologists.

No less than Peter Rost, former vice president of Pfizer, the whistleblower of the entire pharmaceutical industry, unmasks of how corporations take care of malcontents and opposition. The pharmaceutical industry and politicians don't seem to know the difference between criminality and wise knowledge. 

They only care about profits and shares in the pharmaceutical industry and lacked knowledge in the field of side effects of vaccines.

Moreover, universities and research laboratories received billions of dollars usually from the pharmaceutic industry while scientists are naturally eager to create the panacea for one or the other to make a name and immortalize themselves. And politicians think like business as usual and how to maintain their electorate.


An example of a Pharmaceutical mafia in the Netherlands 

Worldwide the pharmaceutical industry paid billions of dollars to direct research and to manipulate patient organizations. Especially in the Netherlands, this mafia industry does not only make medicines extremely expensive but also used the country for money laundering and as safe tax haven. 

Above all, politicians help them with the prescription of mandatory vaccinations with dangerous side effects.

The fifteen largest pharmaceutical companies invested 1.7 million euros in patient organizations last year in the Netherlands alone. The Dutch Asthma fund received the most followed by the Dutch Diabetes Association.

But what strikes me most is the simple fact that these pharmaceutical companies, the largest in the world, report a remarkable profit in tax havens, such as the Netherlands. According to Oxfam Novib, it seems that the companies are channeling money.

For instance, amongst others, Abbott, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Pfizer, and Glaxo Smith & Kline report significant profits in countries with favorable tax policies, including the Netherlands. 

While five giants seem to have a profit margin of around 5 percent in developing countries and about 7 percent in emerging economies between 2013 and 2015, their profits in developed countries are extremely high. 

In comparison, the profit margin in developed countries is strikingly higher (31%) while Oxfam Novib mentioned these countries as tax havens, including The Netherlands.

Pfizer a pharmaceutical criminal plant in sheep clothing

Pfizer says in a response that the company complies with all tax legislation and pays all due taxes. But apparently, Pfizer isn't aware of the confessions of a former Pfizer CEO written down in; “The Whistleblower, Confessions of a Healthcare Hitman.” 

Considering his work experience, it would be an understatement to say that he is not only an insider expert on big pharma marketing but also exposes the mafioso behaviour. Pfizer, a company which not only have to take care of our health but also make people ill deliberately.

Due to profit shifting, many countries such as the Netherlands misses billions of tax revenues, which are often needed to improve access to health care. On the basis of available figures, Oxfam calculated that the major pharmaceutical companies received an estimated 3.8 billion dollars in taxes in countries such as Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, the US, Thailand, India, and Ecuador.

According to Oxfam, it is much more attractive for companies to pay taxes in countries where they can, for example, make tax agreements with the tax authorities. In addition, they can use an arrangement in countries including Ireland and the Netherlands that offer favorable rates for profits from innovation. In the Netherlands, you pay 7% tax on this.

Pharmaceutical transparency is as clear as the bottom of a cow

Pharma companies are not very transparent about where they make their profits and where they pay taxes leaving the shit in the hands of ordinary people. Yes, simply put Pharmaceutical transparency is as clear as the bottom of a cow.

Due to this lack of data, it is only possible to make a very rough estimate of the profit and tax avoidance. Moreover, to help them further the Dutch government decided to skip tax dividend which means billion more into the pockets of pharmaceutical multinationals. To achieve that criminal act every Dutch taxpayer has to pay € 250,- euros each year.

Esmé Berkhout, Oxfam Novib's tax expert

According to Esmé Berkhout, Oxfam Novib's tax expert, it is crystal clear: “Drug companies seem to be deceiving governments by avoiding taxes, they have to pay honest taxes, make their medicines affordable and stop manipulating and influencing governments for their own gain.” But in the Netherlands, they accept this kind of statements for notification and look the other way.

Also, representative Ella Weggen of  Wemos, an independent social organization that focuses on the improvement of health worldwide, agrees with the words of Berkhout: “Tax avoidance does not improve the reputation of pharma companies and denies governments money they desperately need investing in health care”. And the Dutch government.....? Precisely...

Top three in the pharmaceutical industry earn more than $ 35 million

And it can get even crazier, as the top three CEO's in the pharmaceutical industry earn more than $ 35 million per person each year.

And where does the money come from? For example, Turing Pharmaceuticals took over the 62-year-old drug Daraprim and increased its prices by hundreds percentage.

Cycloserine sold the rights of a drug against tuberculosis to Rodelis Therapeutics, which increased the price from $ 500 per 30 pills to $ 10,800.

And in the Netherlands, the purchase price of potassium medicine Slow K has increased from € 2.84 to €19.70 euro per 100 tablets. But above they earn money because of making people deliberately ill as described by former CEO of Pfizer Peter Rost.

Monopoly of medicines

The cause of the aforementioned criminal behaviour of the pharmaceutical companies is the monopoly that pharmacists get when they develop a medicine. 

They can then ask what they want. The patient needs the medicine to survive and become better. Negotiations with pharmaceutical companies about medicines are therefore often literally about life and death.

For example, the manufacturer of Orkambi, a product for people with cystic fibrosis, requires €170,000 euros per patient per year! The Netherlands is now in negotiations with Belgium to lower the price. In the meantime, patients are being left in uncertainty.

In 2012, there was the same discussion about drugs against Pompe disease and Fabry disease. With the arrival of more and more new expensive medicines, this specter threatens to occur more often. We must prevent that!

For an industry that is purely profit-making, there can be no place in our health care. It is now too often private parties that reap the benefits of public discoveries. 

Moreover, it must be clearer what is paid for medicines. Manufacturers keep their prices for medicines secretly secret. Even members of parliament who attribute care budgets have no insight into the price agreements that the minister makes about medicines. 

We can therefore not check whether these are reasonable. We have to get rid of that too. This aggravation only helps pharmacists. So for politicians, there is a lot to do.

Dubious interests

The patient associations must stand up for the interests of sick patients, but in many cases, they do not know that these organizations are partly financed by the pharmaceutical industry. That's bad, to say the least.

"What is wrong with that is patient associations defend the patient's interests and this type of sponsorship could create the impression that this is not the case", says Professor Frits Rosendaal of the Leiden University Medical Center.

But as long as you ensure that you do not become dependent on pharmacy as an association, there is nothing to worry about and that is something that one achieve by approaching different parties in a transparent way. But as always institutes for responsible medicine uses are not able to cope with pharmaceutical sponsorships leaving all subsidies as 'dubious'.

Sponsorship information is in many cases not available on the sites of the patient clubs. The Dutch Consumer Patients Federation NCPF thinks that patient associations should 'make clear what the financial sources are and how they are used'. But this clarity is never given by pharmaceutical companies.

Sanofi, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Glaxo Smith & Kline GSK, Novartis, Abbott, Merck Sharp & Dome, Johnson & Johnson, Solvay Duphar and many more are sponsoring not only universities, patient organizations, and laboratories but also ordinary family doctors, one of the latest in this criminal chain we depend upon, can not be trusted anymore....

The pharmaceutical, political and medical establishments that use patients as guinea pigs, to gain profit with killing medicines like Zidovudine AZT and contaminated vaccines and dangerous vaccine trials as well covered by politicians and shareholders needs to be stopped. 

The results of our research is a comprehensive and alarming review of the findings of medical researchers on the clinical use of many killing drugs and vaccines from hell. Therefore it is unbelievable that our leaders, journalists, and media are looking in the opposite direction.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2018


Barack Obama is responsible for Ebola in the West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, killing thousands of Africans

Barack Obama is responsible for Ebola in the West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, killing thousands of Africans

The very rich people, like Bill Gates and the US leaders, such as Barack Obama, that African leaders trust very much and depend on for economic, medical and financial support, are the same people that have destroyed Africa's infrastructure beyond remedy.

Why do people including Africans disbelieve with me as a scientist and microsurgeon when I said: "Obama is responsible for Ebola in Africa?" Why Africans are doubted when we published that Bill Gates is spreading Ebola in the Republic Of Congo?

And why do Africans, especially Ghanaians, often attack the Ghanaian-Belgian investigative journalist, Joel Savage, if he writes that the US government and Barack Obama are responsible for Ebola in Africa? I feel that some Ghanaians are being ungrateful.

During my efforts to warn Africans and African leaders to be careful because Ebola is a biological weapon to depopulate Africa, after Aids, everyone I contacted was scared. Mr. Savage was the only one who accepted to work with me to spread the message to all the four corners of the earth.

I think instead of some Ghanaians attacking this journalist who has sacrificed his life to do what many African or Ghanaian journalists couldn't do they must thank him because, without Joel Savage, Africa would have suffered more medical crimes because the US government thinks Africans don't read, therefore, they are stupid.

We have white people too in Europe and America who don't read and are, therefore, stupid. The more Joel Savage is attacked by Africans or Ghanaians, they give more room for the US government to commit more medical crimes in Africa. 

I sent a message to world scientists to challenge me if Aids and Ebola weren't medical crimes to depopulate Africa, who came forward? Nobody came forward because the US government knows who Professor Johan Van Dongen is. 

On September 10, 2018, concern heightens after Ebola spreads to Butembo city in the Democratic Republique Congo. According to the World Health Organization officials; 'No one should be sleeping well tonight'. 

The World Health Organization issues this chilling Ebola warning as the disease spreads to a DRC city of 1.4 million people.

DRC officials say the virus was responsible for the death of a woman in Butembo and the unnamed woman was the mother of a known Ebola patient. In contradiction DRC's Ministry of Health claims the victim was a man from a nearby town.  

And finally, Butembo's mayor revealed the victim was a woman, who was likely infected as a result of participating in an unsafe burial. She died in a university clinic. So why this confusion?

It all comes as the death toll from Ebola in the country has reached 89 people and virologists have repeatedly warned the situation is 'hard to control' because cases are in a conflict zone, roamed by armed militias.

And the World Health Organization admitted the latest death makes ending the outbreak in the east of the country significantly harder.

Following the path of Ebola, vaccine trials and the appearance of hundreds of biowarfare laboratories throughout the heart of all epidemics we suggest to read the articles below because it shows lack of information by official institutes like WHO and governmental statements. 

Ebola was invented long before 1976, as described but the official sheet fact list of the WHO doesn't pay any attention to these laboratory outbreaks of Ebola from 1943 till 1976.

Official statements on September 1, 2018, marked one month since the declaration of this Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. According to these statements good progress has been made in detecting and responding rapidly to new cases and providing protection and therapeutics where appropriate. It seems the epidemic is also under control.....

Lates fact sheet

As of September 5, 2018, a total of 129 EVD cases, 98 confirmed and 31 probable, including 86 deaths (55 confirmed and 31 probable) have been reported in seven health zones in North Kivu Province (Beni, Butembo, Kalunguta, Mabalako, Masereka, Musienene and Oicha), as well as Mandima health zone in Ituri Province (Figure 2). 

While cases have been recorded in other areas, recent confirmed transmission events were localized to Beni, Mabalako, and Mandima health zones. Of 123 probable and confirmed cases with known age and sex, adults aged 35–44 years (24%) and females (58%) accounted for the greatest proportion of confirmed and probable cases (Figure 3). 

Seventeen cases have been reported among health workers, of which 16 were laboratory-confirmed: Mabalako (14), Beni (1) and Masereka (1). All health worker exposures occurred in health facilities in Mandima and Beni outside of dedicated ETCs. Two health workers died. 

In addition to confirmed and probable cases, seven suspected cases from Mabalako (5), Beni (1), and Mandima (1) are currently pending laboratory testing to confirm or exclude EVD.

Ebola epidemic far from over

In contradiction to official statements the Ebola epidemic is far from over, in fact, we warned the Ebola hidden governments about biowarfare purposes of vaccine trials and the appearance of hundreds of biowarfare laboratories throughout the heart of the Ebola epidemics. 

Now, on September 9, 2018, it is reported the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has spread to Butembo city in the east of the country. The city has over 1 million people and is a trading hub with Uganda and other neighbouring countries like Rwanda, Burundi, and Sudan, Zambia and Tanzania as well.

Spreading of the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to such a large city the World Health Organization has called an emergency meeting to talk about what to do. It’s only one case so far, but a case of Ebola in a city is a serious matter.

We warned months ago, before the latest Ebola outbreak in the Congo, that Ebola will be introduced to Uganda after vaccine trials are conducted because of biowarfare purposes not only in DRC Congo but also in Uganda.

We warned the Ugandan government that Ebola will enter in a certain region in the North East of Uganda under the disguise of so-called European proclamation that opposition armed forces will not allow WHO, UNHCR and Europe to interfere in the Ebola outbreak.

Scientists studying viral disease agents in the laboratory for biowarfare purposes and cure against it have become infected in Russia, United States, Crimea, Tajikistan, Philippines, Germany, former Yugoslavia, United Kingdom, Netherlands, South Africa half a century ago and decades before it's the first appearance of Ebola in 1976.

What I need to say is Africans and their leaders shouldn't betray their journalists who are fighting to save the continent because yesterday was slavery, colonial brutalities, Apartheid, Aids, and Ebola, who knows what comes next?

Sunday, September 16, 2018


The Guinean leader, Alpha Condé and Chinese leader:  Xi Jinping, the Chinese leader has to help Guinea fight Ebola to keep business with his country

The Guinean leader, Alpha Condé and Chinese leader:  Xi Jinping, the Chinese leader has to help Guinea fight Ebola to keep business with his country

Many Africans consider the Chinese people as a nuisance because they are aggressive and lawbreakers. We have read a lot about them involved in illegal mining in Ghana many times. But this article will reveal to you how the Chinese government has helped to shape Africa, while that hasn’t been an interest to the West and America.

China was once like Africa. They suffered manipulation, destabilization of economy and unrest in the hands of the US government. 

Like North Korea, China wouldn’t like to be a doormat for the American government to step on, therefore, they trained their nationals to be specialists in many fields to be one of the most fearful countries in Asia.

To be successful, they shut their windows to the outside world and controlled their internet regularly to avoid the infiltration of the US government. 

The political strategy maintained by China actually made them successful because the US government never had the opportunity to control their economy.

Why America hates China in this manner? According to the jealous US government, China has flooded the international market with its cheap products. China actually didn’t force its products on Africa but the African continent accepted it because the commodities are affordable.

America is not also happy that China has taken over Africa after colonization and would like to restrict or reduce the influence of China on Africa to sabotage the country's business in the continent. This can never be war; therefore, America used Ebola to destabilize Africa’s economy.

It seems China has an antidote to America’s clandestine crimes. During the Ebola outbreak in West African countries of Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea, the crisis highlighted the role of China to send the largest ever humanitarian mission to the affected countries.

That wasn’t the end. China sent a team of health experts to the Democratic Republic of Congo to help fight an Ebola outbreak in the west-central African nation, using a vaccine developed by China to help combat the disease.

To summarize this article it worth for African leaders to deal with China, in regards to business and developments in the continent if they don't want to depend on their own labour force. Because China hasn't any dirty mind to destroy Africa but America has.