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Jason Bermas speaking about the Baxter Pharmecutical Company distributing avian flu

Filmmaker and radio host Jason Bermas.
Filmmaker and radio host Jason Bermas.

recorded March 6, 2009, running time 15 minutes 7 seconds


Jason Bermas sitting in on the Alex Jones show speaks about recent developments concerning the American owned and Austria based Baxter Pharmaceutical Company distributing vaccines which have been contaminated with the deadly avian flu virus, and explains past similar behaviors of pharmaceutical companies such as the Bayer company knowingly distributing AIDS tainted medication for a period of over ten years.

Following is a written description of the broadcast:

Information was published in the Canadian Press on the 27th of February which detailed how the Pharmaceutical company Baxter had distributed avian flu virus to 18 different countries. The contaminations came to light when subcontractors in the Czech Republic inoculated ferrets who quickly died.

Excerpts from a segment of the MSNBC show "Scarborough Country" are played which detail evidence of how the Bayer Pharmaceutical Company had knowingly been distributing AIDS-tainted medication of hemophiliacs for over ten years, and when exposed for doing so the company then shipped the remaining stock to be used overseas. While some individuals in France faced criminal charges, nobody in the United States was prosecuted.

A June 22, 2008 article in the New York Post details how hundreds of people had been falsely informed that they have tested positive for HIV in New York STD clinics this winter— almost half of the results given by the clinics were false positives, the department of health confirmed. From November to April, 213 people tested positive after taking a rapid mouth swab HIV test. A second test revealed they did not have the virus. The city would not explain why the false positives mounted, and why they continued to administer the tests.





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