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Thimerosal Cover-up

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[Posted Jun 20, 2005 12:00 AM]

In June 2000, a group of top government scientists and health officials gathered for a meeting at the isolated Simpsonwood conference center in Norcross, Georgia. Convened by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the meeting was held at this Methodist retreat center, nestled in wooded farmland next to the Chattahoochee River, to ensure complete secrecy. The agency had issued no public announcement of the session — only private invitations to fifty-two attendees. There were high-level officials from the CDC and the Food and Drug Administration, the top vaccine specialist from the World Health Organization in Geneva and representatives of every major vaccine manufacturer, including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Wyeth and Aventis Pasteur. All of the scientific data under discussion, CDC officials repeatedly reminded the participants, was strictly “embargoed.” There would be no making photocopies of documents, no taking papers with them when they left.

The federal officials and industry representatives had assembled to discuss a disturbing new study that raised alarming questions about the safety of a host of common childhood vaccines administered to infants and young children. According to a CDC epidemiologist named Tom Verstraeten, who had analyzed the agency’s massive database containing the medical records of 100,000 children, a mercury-based preservative in the vaccines — thimerosal — appeared to be responsible for a dramatic increase in autism and a host of other neurological disorders among children. “I was actually stunned by what I saw,” Verstraeten told those assembled at Simpsonwood, citing the staggering number of earlier studies that indicate a link between thimerosal and speech delays, attention-deficit disorder, hyperactivity and autism. Since 1991, when the CDC and the FDA had recommended that three additional vaccines laced with the preservative be given to extremely young infants — in one case, within hours of birth — the estimated number of cases of autism had increased fifteenfold, from one in every 2,500 children to one in 166 children.

Even for scientists and doctors accustomed to confronting issues of life and death, the findings were frightening. “You can play with this all you want,” Dr. Bill Weil, a consultant for the American Academy of Pediatrics, told the group. The results “are statistically significant.” Dr. Richard Johnston, an immunologist and pediatrician from the University of Colorado whose grandson had been born early on the morning of the meeting’s first day, was even more alarmed. “My gut feeling?” he said. “Forgive this personal comment — I do not want my grandson to get a thimerosal-containing vaccine until we know better what is going on.”

But instead of taking immediate steps to alert the public and rid the vaccine supply of thimerosal, the officials and executives at Simpsonwood spent most of the next two days discussing how to cover up the damaging data. According to transcripts obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, many at the meeting were concerned about how the damaging revelations about thimerosal would affect the vaccine industry’s bottom line. “We are in a bad position from the standpoint of defending any lawsuits,” said Dr. Robert Brent, a pediatrician at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Delaware. “This will be a resource to our very busy plaintiff attorneys in this country.” Dr. Bob Chen, head of vaccine safety for the CDC, expressed relief that “given the sensitivity of the information, we have been able to keep it out of the hands of, let’s say, less responsible hands.” Dr. John Clements, vaccines advisor at the World Health Organization, declared that “perhaps this study should not have been done at all.” He added that “the research results have to be handled,” warning that the study “will be taken by others and will be used in other ways beyond the control of this group.”

In fact, the government has proved to be far more adept at handling the damage than at protecting children’s health. The CDC paid the Institute of Medicine to conduct a new study to whitewash the risks of thimerosal, ordering researchers to “rule out” the chemical’s link to autism. It withheld Verstraeten’s findings, even though they had been slated for immediate publication, and told other scientists that his original data had been “lost” and could not be replicated. And to thwart the Freedom of Information Act, it handed its giant database of vaccine records over to a private company, declaring it off-limits to researchers. By the time Verstraeten finally published his study in 2003, he had gone to work for GlaxoSmithKline and reworked his data to bury the link between thimerosal and autism…..

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November 28, 2009 at 6:56 am

The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries

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 Flag of the City of London ( and the flag of the Red Cross? ). This emblem was depicted on the shields and tunics of the Knights Templar who also used the insignia of the Skull-and-Bones. The Knights Hospitaller, who were chartered at the same time as the Templars, used an inverse (red field, white cross) version of the same design. A truncated-cross depiction of London’s flag is the Red Cross flag, identical to the inverted field of Switzerland’s flag. Are the flags telling us their heritage?

The Knights Templar claimed Jerusalem as their capitol after capturing it in 1099. During the years of occupation,  lasting nearly a century, Templars learned the arts of alchemy and mathematics which were highly developed in Arabia and Persia, based on thousands of years of eastern development. After expulsion from the mid-east, and subsequently France, the center of Templar practices moved to the UK c. 1300, with divisions operating in other countries as chartered brotherhoods under new names, principally as Freemasonic orders.  Two versions of the Knights Hospitaller were reorganized as the Knights of Malta and the Knights of Bohemia.

The Hospitallers were a military organization and the largest (papally) chartered order to evolve from the Crusades. The central European chapters were mostly abandoned as the Hospitallers focused their resources in the Mediterranean, but regional groups took up their mission and created their own fraternities. This is the claim for the Knights of Bohemia, founded in Prague in 1233 by Princess Agnes. The Bohemians were also called The Dragon Knights and chose a red six-pointed star as their insignia, later placed below a Maltese Cross on their standard.

The six-pointed star (of Solomon/star of David) adorns late medieval architecture and chateaux belonging to families who were likely members of this order, practitioners of alchemy and medicine in the larger complex of Crusades-era “corporations” that swore allegiance to the preservation of Jerusalem, the Holy Land. In the 1300s, the Hospitallers were forced to move their center to Rhodes, Sicily, and Malta respectively, while the seat of the pope was in France. The Hospitallers took on the mantle of policing the Mediterranean on behalf of “Christian” trade protection, although after the plague struck in the 1340s, the ensuing disorganization and loss of European wealth caused the seagoing Hospitallers to turn to piracy, directed against their historic enemies –Islam and the Turks– and in time as they contracted out naval services as mercenaries, against whomever their benefactors saw fit.

Over the next two centuries, stabilization of trade and the navies to protect it led to the creation of merchant guilds, from where we get the Worshipful Companies and Societies. The words ‘merchant’, ‘mercenary’ and even the name “Merck” have roots in this seafaring activity. European Maritime law began its development from the time of the Crusades,  distinct from its Near Eastern predecessors, based on the ‘privateering’ engaged in by the various Orders of Knights. 

A strange and curious fact about the founding of the Knights of Bohemia is that the year of its charter, 1233, corresponds to The Last Judgement which was to take place in that same year (technically at the end of 1232)according to Hebrew reckoning (in a lunar calendar system), derived from a belief that the World was to last 4900 years from the first year of Creation; designated as a formula of 10 X 490 from a Creation point in 3668 BCE; the number 10 representing 10 “world weeks” (each lasting 490 years) with a significant religious event marking the beginning of each world week. Calendrical revisions occurred several times in Hebrew dating calculations; differences between ‘solar’ and ‘lunar’ reckoning made important distinctions in the various factions that marked internal divisions in Judaism and distinguished early Christianity as a ‘solar’ cult. Was the lunar reckoning adopted by the Dragon Knights an indication of who they were?

Saint Agnes of Prague

Crusaders of the Red Star

Timeline of the Templars

Origin of hospitals


Apothecaries Hall, London

The guild of apothecaries was originally part of the Company of Grocers, first called the Guild of Pepperers in 1180 (in the reign of Henry II Plantagenet, a Templar) and the first trade-guild established along with the Mercers. The Grocers were charged with regulating the purity, weights and measure of spices. Grocers received a Royal charter in 1428, and the Apothecaries received their own charter under James I (James Stuart the VI of Scotland) in 1617 –the same James of the King James Bible who was also known as the Hammer of Witches. In this time of history, the medical needs of the people were largely fufilled by ‘witches’ and midwives who were people of great accomplishment, unforunately suffering the rigors of the Inquisition that were extended to them, directly and indirectly, as the merchant guilds grew powerful.

In the City of London, the Temple buildings belonging to the Knights Templar became the property of the Knights Hospitaller when the Templar order was abolished in 1312. These buildings along the Thames were called the Inns of the Court, used for the study of Law and maintained a special jurisdiction of their own as “extra-parochial”, or outside the parish. In the reign of Henry VIII, in dispute with Papal authority which led to the founding of the Episcopal Anglican Church, the Catholic order of the Hospitallers was dissolved and their property was forfeited to the King. No new hospitals were built for almost two centuries although the City of London and the Inns of Court were said to flourish in the reign of Elizabeth. It was a high time for alchemy.

The barely visible image in the drawing of the Apothecaries crest on the Hall in London details a shield with a female figure standing in front of a roaring dragon with her back to it, bow in her lowered left hand, arrow in her raised right with a snake’s head hovering above; on either side of the shield, salient (leaping) unicorns, and above the shield and snake, what looks like a rhinocerous –visible here

And below is “the White Unicorn House and Apothecary” on the Square of the Republic in Plzen, Czechoslovakia

The unicorn was incorporated into the Scots Coat of Arms at about the same time as the Templars took refuge there, in the first decade of 1300 and may be significant to the Apothecaries emblem, established by James, the first Scot to sit on the English throne. Unicorn lore, while mixing many symbolic lineages, was an ancient lunar symbol and, as seen with the Lion, a potent reference for alchemy, merging the lunar and solar. Its horn was believed to neutralize poison and is an occult representation of the Sword, for the Brotherhood of the Sword; the medieval Dragon Knights. The Apothecaries crest merges these symbols with the image of Artemis the Archer; virgin goddess of the hunt and sister “moon” to Apollo “sun” Artemis is also a symbol of the Bow Star, Sirius, a deeply occult image of twinning that which is hidden.

Scottish Coat of Arms

158 × 95pxSword of the cancer society, lineage to the Dragon Knights and allegiance to pharmaceuticals

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November 24, 2009 at 7:15 pm

Colony Collapse Disorder –Bees Knees and Polio

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Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus

Several bee viruses have been discovered: Acute Bee Paralysis Virus (ABPV), Kashmir Bee Virus (KBV), Black Queen Cell Virus (BQCV), Chronic Paralysis Virus (CPV), Cloudy Wing Virus (CWV), Deformed Wing Virus (DWV) and Sacbroodvirus (SBV). These viruses belong to the Picornaviridae superfamily; the type-virus of which is the poliovirus causing poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis). Dicistroviridae is a family of viruses within the picorna-like viruses. ABPV, KBV and BQCV are bee-infecting dicistroviruses.

In the year 2000, Mr. Yossi Slabestzki, Chief Officer for Apiculture at the Israeli Extension Service, approached Professor Ilan Sela, a virologist, to investigate a sudden appearance of bee mortality in Israel. A few years later, a new virus of the same dicistroviridae family was isolated and characterized from dead bees. From the available data at that time, this new virus was found to be closely related to Acute Bee Paralysis Virus (ABPV), an already known bee virus and was termed Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus.

As published in September 2007 (Cox-Foster et al, Science, 2007), among pathogens, IAPV is the most consistent indicator of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) Kasmir Bee Virus (KBV). At least two strains of IAPV are present in the United States (Palacios et al. (2008) J. Virology 82:6209-6217). One lineage is most prevalent in apiaries from the Eastern and Northwestern U.S. The second strain is more frequent in sampled colonies from the Western U.S. This strain matches more closely to several isolates sequenced to date from Australian package bees. The strain of IAPV found in Israel that defined this newly described species, is distinct from those in the U.S. and Australia. Extensive variation in the genetic sequence of the virus suggests that the virus is rapidly changing in the U.S. or has been present as multiple lineages for some time. As of Fall, 2007, IAPV was found in at least 19 states across the U.S.                           read more…..  

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November 22, 2009 at 10:35 pm

World Vaccine Congress, Lyon

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“World Vaccine Congress Lyon is more than just an event – it is an opportunity to take an important place in a regional, targeted, 24/7 marketing campaign. The earlier you confirm your participation, the more marketing benefits and the greater ROI you will receive.
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Publications by Eleanor McBean, listed by the wikipedia
  • 1981 Vaccination Condemned by Elben (Eleanor McBean)
  • 1977 Vaccination, The Silent Killer with Ida Honorof OCLC 8727053
  • 1962 Answers For The Worried Smoker by Eleanor McBean
  • 1977 Swine Flu Expose by Eleanora McBean, Ph.D., N.D. ISBN 0-7873-1401-3
  • 1957 The Poisoned Needle by Eleanor McBean ISBN 0-7873-0594-4
  • 1957 The Hidden Dangers In Polio Vaccine (Chapter 10 of Poisoned Needle)
  • Link to “The Poisoned Needle” (1957, McBean) “There is no scourge (with the possible exception of atomic radiation) that is more destructive to our nation’s health than this monument of human deception –this slayer of the innocent, this crippler of body and brain”…

    “Vaccine Quotables” from Eustace Mullins’ “Murder By Injection” . Link to “Murder By Injection

    “The Horrors of Vaccination” by Charles Higgins

    Vaccines —How They Work, by Dr. Philip F. Incao

    Parents jailed for refusing school vaccination  


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    November 17, 2009 at 8:09 pm

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    Big Pharma

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    The World’s Largest Pharmaceutical Corps
    GlaxoSmithKline – (UK), largest overall; began in Philadelphia, PA. USA; several mergers with Beckman Instruments (1982), Beecham (1989) and GlaxoWellcome in 2000 make GSK the world leader.
    Teva – (Israel)meaning “nature” in Hebrew;  the largest producer of generic drugs established in Jerusalem in 1901, grown through acquisitions that made it Israel’s biggest corporation by the 1970s; specializes in proprietary products to treat neurological diseases; subsidiaries and partnerships in veterinary medicines.
    Roche – (Basel, Switzerland), established as Hoffmann-LaRoche in 1896. In 1905 created an American subsidiary based on vitamin sales. Roche is at the forefront of genetic engineering and diagnostic products worldwide; acquired 100% of Genentech in March 2009; partner/owner with Chugai
    CIBA – (Basel, Switz.) founded by Alexander Clavel as a dye-maker in 1859; merged with J.R. Geigy in 1971 and in 1996 established Novartis from a merger with Sandoz.
    Novartis – (Basel, Switz.), #1 in revenues in 2008 ($53 billion) and #3 in sales; the larger entity of CIBA and Sandoz which also holds a 33% interest in Roche
    Sandoz – (Basel, Switz.), founded 1886 as an industrial dye-maker; produced saccharin in 1899; spun off the specialty chemicals division and sold it to BASF; acquired food products manuf. in its growth which were partially divested in the merger with CIBA; famous for Albert Hofmann’s discovery of LSD
    Hoechst AG (Germany) – largest chemical manufacturer in the world; historic member of the 1925 I.G. Farben cartel; founded by Eugen Lucius in 1863 as an aniline dye-maker near Frankfurt; producer of Novocaine, Salvarsan (syphilis treatment) and insulin. In 1995, Hoechst acquired Marion-Merrell-Dow which made it #3 in pharmaceuticals at the time
    Imperial Chemicals Inc. – (UK), ICI Pharmaceutical was founded in 1957 as a division of the giant ICI which was established by merger in 1926. , belonging to the Dutch conglomerate Akzo Nobel. ICI owns AstraZeneca which bought MedImmune, the makers of “FluMist
    Pfizer – (USA), established in Brooklyn, New York in 1849 as a maker of citric acid; bought out Upjohn, Parke-Davis, Warner Lambert, Pharmacia (owned by Monsanto) and Wyeth (formerly Sterling Drug, the American subsidiary of I.G. Farben). In 2006, sales were at $48.4 billion.
    SanofiPasteur – (France) world’s largest subsidiary vaccine-maker for Sanofi-Aventis, headquartered in Lyon, France with production in Swiftwater, Pennsylvania; maker of “FluZone” for the U.S. military.
    SanofiAventis – (France), created by a merger in 2004 between Aventis(1999 merger of Rhone-Poulenc and Hoechst AG) and Sanofi;  from the original founding of the Merieux Biological Institute in Lyon in 1897. Sanofi-Aventis became the 3rd largest pharmaceutical after its creation behind GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer.
    Wyeth – (USA)  renamed from Sterling Drug Inc. (I.G.Farben) on March11,2002; merged with Pfizer in 2009. In 1932 Wyeth Chemical Company was acquired by American Home Products, Sterling’s holding company. AHP owned major processed food brands and grew Wyeth large making penicillin and polio vaccines for the USgovt; between 1930 and 2000, Wyeth (Sterling-Winthrop-AHP) acquired Ayerst, American Cyanimid and LeDerle.
    Merck – (USA), founded by George Merck and Theodore Weicker in 1889 New Jersey; was the world’s largest producer of vaccines (now behind Sanofi-Pasteur), merged with Sharp & Dohme in 1953, acquired Medco Containment Services in 1993 and became the largest internet pharmacy. In Nov. of 2009, Merck merged with ScheringPlough. George W. Merck is infamous for directing Germ Warfare programs at Fort Detrick for the War Research Service. During the 1990s Merck was the largest pharmaceutical operation in the world, still ranking in the top 7.
    Bayer I.G. – (Germany), began as a dye company and consolidated into FarbenFabriken in 1881 [I.G. Farben]. In 1894, chemist Felix Hoffmann joined the staff and in 1897, Bayer made the first commercial aspirin. [see Sterling Drug Inc.]
    Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. – largest in Japan and Asia, founded 1781; incorporated 1925 . Takeda entered the US market in 1977 with a joint venture partnership with Abbott Laboratories called TAP Pharmaceuticals; in 2003 Takeda acquired Syrrx of San Diego, CA; in 2008 Takeda acquired Millenium Pharmaceuticals of Cambridge, Mass. 
     BristolMyersSquibb, Princeton/Trenton NJ, USA, created by a merger in Nov. of 1989 of New Jersey-based originals Squibb (est. in 1858) and Bristol-Myers (est. in 1887); owner of Mead Johnson; ; CEO James M. Cornelius
    ‘BMY’ “was the only pharmaceutical company to invest in anticancer drugs” in the 1970s, under the leadership of CEO Richard Gelb (from the acquired Clairol Co.) –Clairol haircolor was cited as carcinogenic– and more recently >>”In 1996, Genzyme Transgenics Corp., working with Bristol-Myers, announced the birth of a genetically altered goat, which carried the gene for an anticancer drug. Beginning in 1996, Bristol-Myers scientists collaborated with BioServe Technologies, a NASA-funded non-profit, to explore the use of space for developing commercial products.”
    Former FBI Director (19932001) Louis J. Freeh, director,  biography of Freeh;
    Former Dean of Duke University Medical School(2001-2007), R. Sanders Williams, director
    Former vice-chair of Ernst&Young, Michael Grobstein, director
    January 2010, “TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., the world’s No. 15 drugmaker by revenue, reports fourth-quarter earnings”
    Johnson and Johnson – (USA), incorporated in 1887 as Mead Johnson; headquartered in New Brunswick, New Jersey; owns over 230 subsidiaries; member of the “Green Power Partnership” 
    Chairman Thomas H. Kean [N.J. Governor, 9-11 Commission]
    Connected to the 2001 Anthrax Attack? >>”Johnson & Johnson & Jersey”
    Eli Lilly – (USA) family company founded in Indianapolis in 1876 by Col. Eli Lilly; first US makers of insulin from swine and cattle in 1923; introduced Lilly’s liver pills in 1930; grew wealthy from penicillin in WWII; made 60% of the Salk polio vaccine; makers of Prozac and thimerosal 
    Eli Lilly’s malfeasance [LSD, MKULTRA, the ‘cancer profit cycle’, etc.]
    G.D. Searle – (USA) of Omaha Nebraska incorporated in 1908 Chicago; made the first birth control pill, Enovid, in 1960; in 1975 Donald H. Rumsfeld became CEO/pres.; Nutrasweet/aspartame introduced in 1981; acquired as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Monsanto in Oct. 1985; maker of the blockbuster Celebrex
    CSL Behring – (Australia), begun in Marburg, Germany by the Swiss, Emil von Behring; headquartered in King of Prussia,Pennsylvania
    Baxter International – (USA) headquartered in Deerfield, Illinois; founded in 1931 by Dr. Davis Baxter to make intravenous (IV) and blood products; bought in 1935 by Ralph Falk. Distribution of Baxter products was achieved by partnership with American Hospital Supply Corporation, which it acquired in 1985. In 1945, due to WWII, Baxter established “the most outstanding growth record in American industry” history under the leadership of CEO William B. Graham. Baxter specialized in kidney dialysis equipment developed by Dutch doctor Willem Kolff in 1956. In 1995, it opened the first of several plants in China; in 2000, acquired North American Vaccine; in 2001 contracted to make smallpox vaccine in a joint venture with Acambis, Inc. (Acambis was bought by Sanofi-Pasteur/2009). In June of 2009 , Baxter announced it would be first to have a ready H1N1 vaccine
    Gilead (USA) – founded in 1987, Foster City, California (S.F. Bay area), specialized in HIV-AIDS treatments; 2008 revenues over $5 billion  Current CEO/Chairman, John C. Martin who is also on the Boards of UC School of Global Health, Gen-Probe Incorporated, and the President’s Advisory Council on HIV-AIDS.
    Gen-Probe Incorporated, diagnostics est. 1983
    Genentech (USA) – founded 1976, San Francisco, CA; leading pioneer of biotechnology; bought by Roche in Mar2009; employs over 11,000 in Calif., Spain and Singapore
    Applied Biosystems (USA) – founded 1981, SanFrancisco area; merged with Invitrogen in June 2008, Carlsbad Calif. (San Diego area). In 1993; acquired by PerkinElmer (PE Corporation) with a sister company named Celera Genomics; by 1995, Applied Biosystems was the world’s largest manufacturer of PCR equipment and reagents. In 2000, after internal restructuring, the parent company named changed to Applera (applied+celera). Longtime chief Mike Hunkapiller retired in 2004 and was replaced by Cathy Burzik; the 2008 merger with Invitrogen incited another name change to Life Technologies.
    Henry Schein Inc. – is the largest distributor of healthcare products and services to office-based practitioners[1]. It is a Fortune 500® company and a member of the NASDAQ 100® Index. The company has four business groups – Dental, Medical, International and Technology which operate through a centralized and automated distribution network, reaching customers in more than 200 countries[2]. The Company also provides technology offerings for dental, medical and veterinary professionals, including practice management software and electronic health record solutions. Headquartered in Melville, N.Y., Henry Schein employs more than 12,500 people and has operations in the United States, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The Company has affiliates in Iceland, Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates[3]. (ref.wikipedia)  ,  2008 revenues, $6.4 billion
    APOTEX – Ontario, Canada; Canada’s largest producer of generic drugs; owns 61% of Cangene (US BioShield funding contractor); CEO/Chairman, Bernard Sherman
    “Bernard Sherman controls Apotex Group which includes Apotex Holdings Inc, Apotex Inc, Apotex Research Inc. and Apotex Holdings Inc. indirectly through the Bernard and Honey Sherman Family Trust, of which he is the Trustee. Dr. Sherman is a director and President of Sherman Foundation and as such controls its holdings indirectly. At October 27, 2005, Dr. Sherman held or controlled 80% of Cangene’s common stock”.

    “Cangene Corporation owns 100% of the voting securities of Cangene U.S. Incorporated (“Cangene U.S.”), which is incorporated in the State of Delaware in the United States. Cangene U.S. owns 100% of the voting securities of Chesapeake Biological Laboratories, Inc. (..”CBL”, Baltimore), which is incorporated in the state of Maryland…Cangene U.S. also owns 100% of Biotherapeutic Laboratories, Inc. in [Van Nuys] California and Mid-“Florida Biologicals, Inc. that has operations in [Altamonte Springs] Florida and [Frederick] Maryland. Cangene operates an office in the U.K., Cangene Europe Limited (U.K.)”


    Cambrex  -(USA HQ New Jersey); “is one of several bio-manufacturing companies in the Baltimore area, including Chesapeake Biological Laboratories Inc., which is owned by Canada’s Cangene Corp., and UPM Pharmaceuticals Inc., which is based in the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s BioPark.”; Oct.2006 sold to Basel Switz.-based Lonza Group Ltd — “Cambrex’s Baltimore location opened in 1996 as the Maryland BioCenter. It was funded with $18 million in state and federal grants and land donated by Baltimore City and $3 million in private funding….”Lonza is selling off its chemical businesses and transforming itself into an international biotech giant. The company, which reported profit of $148 million on sales of nearly $2 billion last year, is projecting $2.4 billion in sales for 2006.”…”Lonza works for both large and small pharmaceutical and biotech companies around the world. The company says it has contracts with more than half of the 20 largest pharmaceutical companies worldwide.”


    Lonza Group – Basel, Switzerland ; indicated from this article posted in November of 2001 that Lonza Biologics “is the “world’s leader in contract devlopment and production of therapeutic antibodies and proteins.”



    Siemens Corporation – “Europe’s largest engineering conglomerate”  Berlin/Munich/Ehrlingen;; Siemens AG bases 9 of its global businesses in the USA which is its largest market ; Siemens USA, CEO Eric Spiegel, formerly with Booz & Company, authored the book “Energy Shift: Game-Changing Options for Fueling the Future”

    Siemens Medical Solutions

    Siemens Healthcare, “The healthcare industry’s leading supplier of information technology solutions”

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    November 16, 2009 at 10:26 pm

    Dedicated to Investigation

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    Media Citizen’s blog is dedicated to functioning as a rolling journal to chronicle the corporate control which has overtaken governments and people’s lives in the fascist conquest of world populations. As such, special attention is given to pharmaceutical and scientific entities which have melded their interests with Defense and Public Health agencies, achieving the long-held objective of  eugenic biological manipulation. Subjects included in these pages deal with the history and growth of these related industries and their impact on governments, policy and human health.

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    November 15, 2009 at 3:42 pm

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