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« Current Concerns», Vol IV, n° 16, September 2009

72 kg of Pathogenic Viruses Dispatched Unlabeled

Jane Burgermeister Files Charges against WHO and UN for Bioterrorism and Intent to Commit Mass Murder, by Barbara Minton / What is to be done, if we can no longer trust our “elites”?; by Karl Mueller / 72 kg of Pathogenic Viruses Dispatched Unlabeled. Biology lesson: Human flu virus H3N2 + lethal H5N1 = swine flu vaccine? / „If it is the ‘swine flu’… it is not dangerous”. Interview with Prof Bernard Debré / Preparations for mandatory vaccinations in the US / WHO Is Planning Human Experiments on a Large Scale, by Gerhard Wisnewski / Legal Immunity for Pharmaceutical Industry / British Nurses refuse to have the swine flu vaccination. A third of nurses will refuse to have the swine flu jab / Evidence as to the role of Baxter as a covert dual purpose bioweapons developer and producer / Self-Responsibility and Information. “No” to more state regulations: Why decree something to everybody when only single persons are concerned?, by Hans Ulrich Bigler / The Alliance of Businessmen for a Moderate Prevention Policy introduces itself, by Rudolf Horber / Switzerland is Needed As Mediator, not Military Power

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