Faked Pandemics – a threat for health
By Global Research
Global Research, January 12, 2010
11 January 2010
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The following motion, which has received virtually no press coverage, was submitted to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg.

The sponsors from ten member states of the Council of Europe constitute a cross-section of political parties represented in the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly.

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18 December 2009

Faked Pandemics – a threat for health

Motion for a recommendation

presented by Mr Wodarg and others

This motion has not been discussed in the Assembly and commits only the members who have signed it

In order to promote their patented drugs and vaccines against flu, pharmaceutical companies have influenced scientists and official agencies, responsible for public health standards, to alarm governments worldwide. They have made them squander tight health care resources for inefficient vaccine strategies and needlessly exposed millions of healthy people to the risk of unknown side-effects of insufficiently tested vaccines.

The “birds-flu“-campaign (2005/06) combined with the “swine-flu“-campaign seem to have caused a great deal of damage not only to some vaccinated patients and to public health budgets, but also to the credibility and accountability of important international health agencies. The definition of an alarming pandemic must not be under the influence of drug-sellers.

The member states of the Council of Europe should ask for immediate investigations on the consequences at national as well as European level.

Signed 1:

WODARG Wolfgang, Germany, SOC


AYVA Lokman, Turkey, EPP/CD

CONDE BAJÉN Agustín, Spain, EPP/CD

CZINEGE Imre, Hungary, SOC

FLYNN Paul, United Kingdom, SOC

GROZDANOVA Dzhema, Bulgaria, EPP/CD

HANCOCK Michael, United Kingdom, ALDE

HUSS Jean, Luxembourg, SOC

MARQUET Bernard, Monaco, ALDE

McCAFFERTY Christine, United Kingdom, SOC

OHLSSON Carina, Sweden, SOC

ÜNAL Mustafa, Turkey, EPP/CD

VOLONTE’ Luca, Italy, EPP/CD

1 EPP/CD: Group of the European People’s Party

SOC: Socialist Group

ALDE: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe

EDG: European Democratic Group

UEL: Group of the Unified European Left

NR: not registered in a group


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