Friday, October 07, 2005

Shining Light on Pharma Genocide

While George Bush's war on terror takes on the tone of hollow reich rhetoric that once worked and no longer has the same resonance, he stumbles on... blindly repeating the same words, over and over again... like the trigger words in the Manchurian candidate. He is unable to understand why they do not seem to work anymore. Once all he had to do was mention 911 and everyone quavered back into place, seeing him as the great protector against the evil predator "terror."

Now, after seeing the five week vacation routine prior to Katrina, the memory of 911 comes flooding back. The President's Daily Briefing (PDB) entitled "Bin Laden Planning to Attack America", the continued vacation and orders to Ashcroft and Condi "not to fly."

Then while we were all grounded throughout North America, the Bush/Cheney cabal flew the Bin Laden family and the Saudi royal family home,300 of them complete with their associates. When Congress (finally) had the audacity to ask for the records so they could compare the flight lists with FBI terror watch lists, Bush had the records immediately classified.

It seems to me that if we are going to "hunt em down, and smoke em out" perhaps looking in the mirror would do for a start ! Forcing the de-classification of numerous documents which have clearly been classified to prevent criminal indictment for treason, seems to me is something that needs to be done forthwith.

As usual the American public is given minimal to nil information about the action taken at a world level against their criminal leaders.

This is particularly relevant because Bush took the USA out of the INTERNATIONAL COURT and the Geneva convention because he planned an illegal, immoral war, and to commit war crimes. He also knew his own family was being sued for WAR CRIMES and crimes against humanity by profiting from Auschwitz concentration camp. If he removed the USA from the International Court then they could not be prosecuted. Unaccountable once again. It is the hypocrisy that makes most of us wild.

June 14, 2003 - The Hague

Pharmaceutical corporations and individual executives have been accused of genocide and crimes of war before the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The charges, which also involve accusations of war crimes against US President George W. Bush, UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and other top political figures, are contained in a detailed complaint filed with the ICC by Dr. Mathias Rath.

Pharmaceutical companies including Pfizer, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis, Amgen and Astra Zeneca are accused of deliberately preventing life-saving natural alternatives to drug based treatments from being applied in prevention and cure. A worldwide disinformation campaign undertaken by these companies is said to have caused the death of millions of people. Their role in getting both Bush and Blair into power and in determining the policies of their respective administrations with respect to the recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq is cited as evidence for a case made for violation of Human Rights.

Financial interests behind misdirected health policies world wide and behind the drive for war are also named in the complaint, filed by Rath and others during a two-day Conference in The Hague on 14 and 15 June.


Complaint Against Genocide and Other Crimes Against Humanity Committed in Connection With The Pharmaceutical 'Business With Disease' This complaint is submitted to the International Criminal Court by Matthias Rath M Dand others on behalf of the people of the world.

The Hague, June 14, 2003

To the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court,Senator Louis Moreno-Ocampo,c/o International Court, Maanweg 174NL-2516 AB Den Haag/The Hague
This complaint brings before the International Court of Justice (ICC) the greatest crimes ever committed in the course of human history. The accused are charged with causing injury to and the death of millions of people through the 'business with disease', war crimes and other crimes against humanity. These crimes fall under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.


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