Posts Tagged ‘Health Canada’

Dr. Arlene King – Is the H1N1 Flu a Hoax?

November 2, 2009

Dr. Arlene KingEditor: Trust this woman at your own Risk! Notice she is not with Health Canada.

Dr Arlene King, Director, Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A OK9, Canada

attended

19 October 2007
WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland
INITIATIVE FOR VACCINE RESEARCH (IVR) & GLOBAL INFLUENZA PROGRAM (GIP)

Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals
World Health Organization

All populations in all countries are expected to be susceptible to infection with a pandemic influenza virus. (why would they say this?)

Progress since May 2006 in implementing GAP strategies
Presentations and discussions held during the meeting served to review activities contributing to the implementation of the GAP.
Major progress has been made by the vaccine industry in developing H5N1 vaccine formulations, which will allow substantial antigen sparing in case of a pandemic. Indeed, three multinationals have shown appropriate immunogenicity of vaccine candidates containing as little as 3.8 to 7.5 ug HA, formulated with proprietary adjuvants.

The Group agreed upon the following key issues:
1) The overarching goal of the GAP to increase influenza vaccine production needs can be
characterized by several concurring issues: a) development of creative financial strategies; b) building a strong marketing campaign; c) relying on lessons learned from previous vaccine-preventable disease control, elimination, or eradication campaigns, i.e. polio; and d) incorporating lateral thinking to leverage sister UN organizations and partners such as the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) and others. In particular, GAVI should be approached as a source of financial assistance. In addition, the establishment of a financing mechanism such as the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Revolving Fund should be explored as a solution to reduce seasonal influenza vaccine prices.
2) The GAP business plan provides a global framework for increasing vaccine production capacity for influenza vaccines. Implementation of the GAP should also result in strengthening of surveillance, as well as providing an opportunity for improving the performance of national immunization programmes.
Indeed, it may improve the world’s ability to conduct mass vaccination campaigns and represents an opportunity to strengthen vaccine regulatory systems.
As the kind of strategy contained in the GAP business plan has never been pursued, the Group noted that there were obvious risks. A major risk factor is the underlying assumption that there will in fact be a pandemic. If there is not a pandemic within the next five years, there may be loss of interest and
political awareness, and other public health needs may shift investment away from pandemic
influenza. Therefore, it is critical to identify the best possible strategy to maintain political commitment
and WHO is working with partners (UNICEF) and donors to mitigate this risk. The Advisory Group appreciated that the business plan was developed by independent consultants following discussions with country representatives and other stakeholders to achieve buy-in by the international community, and to prevent the GAP from being considered a bureaucrat-driven solution.
3) In the context of GAP approaches 2 and 3, there is a need to develop reproducible assays to
evaluate immunogenicity of influenza vaccines and to establish adequate correlates of protection. The efficacy of potential cross-reactive vaccine candidates to induce broad-spectrum protection should continue to be addressed in a critical manner. Stockpiling of potential H5N1 viruses should be assessed with caution; use of this may be justified in the absence of optimally matched and approved vaccine during the early phases of an influenza pandemic. WHO, Member States, and other stakeholders are currently establishing criteria, guidelines for use, maintenance issues, operational, and ethical issues of a WHO international influenza pandemic vaccine stockpile

From a marketing and financial perspective, the right engine to achieve this plan has to be selected based on a financial perspective. It will be critical to choose the right channel, which may include hosting the GAP under the umbrella of the implementation of international health regulations, as a global health security issue, or under health system strengthening. The business plan should work towards alignment with other organizations, harmonization of strategies with donors and maintenance of commitment of stakeholders/donors to avoid donor fatigue.

The Advisory Group suggested focusing on the following priorities over the coming months:
1) The main priorities for WHO for the year 2008 should be to choose the appropriate spin to be placed on the business plan in association with the right marketing strategy. WHO also needs to establish a detailed operational plan and to define financial resources i.e. donors, countries, and other stakeholders. Leveraging the GAP with twin programmes from sister agencies or other stakeholders, as well as making sure that the need for increasing influenza vaccine production capacity is addressed in the political arena are key priorities.
2) Additional priorities include:
– Maintaining global commitment through information, communication, and educational activities.
Addressing any potential liability issues associated with the business plan.

The Canadian govt. has shielded the manufacturers from liability in the case of side affects or death from the vaccine. Why?

It certainly looks like  a scam folks! Before you take the vaccine do your own research.

Full article

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IBM Knew About Pandemic in 2006

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Mass Vaccinations Begin in Canada

October 27, 2009

Editor:

Is it just a coincidence this pandemic showed up now? Was it orchestrated? How did Baxter know to apply for a patent a year before the pandemic?
Dr Arlene King, Director, Public Health Agency of Canada attended the meeting at the WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland (notice she is not with Health Canada) She is however in charge of the pandemic in Ontario. It all smells and it smells bad!

19 October 2007
WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland

As the kind of strategy contained in the GAP business plan has never been pursued, the Group noted
that there were obvious risks. A major risk factor is the underlying assumption that there will in fact be
a pandemic. If there is not a pandemic within the next five years, there may be loss of interest and
political awareness, and other public health needs may shift investment away from pandemic
influenza. Therefore, it is critical to identify the best possible strategy to maintain political commitment
and WHO is working with partners (UNICEF) and donors to mitigate this risk. The Advisory Group
appreciated that the business plan was developed by independent consultants following discussions
with country representatives and other stakeholders to achieve buy-in by the international community,
and to prevent the GAP from being considered a bureaucrat-driven solution

The Advisory Group suggested focusing on the following priorities over the coming months:
1) The main priorities for WHO for the year 2008 should be to choose the appropriate spin to be
placed on the business plan in association with the right marketing strategy.

http://whqlibdoc.who.int/HQ/2008/WHO_IVB_08.10_eng.pdf

The UN is the eugenics movement. I say this after years of research.

Do your own research before you accept the vaccine for yourself or your children.

Interesting times ahead!

H1N1 – In Lies We Trust

August 30, 2009

Before you take any vaccine – watch this Documentary!

This feature length documentary about medical madness, cloaked in bioterrorism preparedness, will awaken the brain dead. It exposes health officials, directed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), for conducting a “War of Terror” that is killing millions of unwitting Americans. This urgent life-saving DVD comes without copyright restrictions. Every viewer is encouraged to reproduce and distribute copies to others.

It was produced by award-winning humanitarian, Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz (http://www.DrLenHorowitz.com), a world-renowned authority in public health education, covert intelligence agency operations, and emerging diseases investigations. He is the author of three American bestsellers, including Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola—Nature, Accident or Intentional? and Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse.

Health Canada Exposed

February 8, 2009

Health Canada Exposed at: www.healthcanadaexposed.com At the same time that C-51 is outlawing herbs, supplements and vitamins, it would grant alarming new “enforcement” powers to the thug enforcement agents who claim to be “protecting” the public from dangerous unapproved “therapeutic agents” like, say, dandelion greens. As explained on the http://www.Educate-Yourself.org website (http://educate-yourself.org/cn/canadianC-51bill27apr08.shtml), the C-51 law would allow the Canadian government’s thug enforcement agents to: • Raid your business without a warrant • Seize your bank accounts • Levy fines up to $5 million and a jail terms up to 2 years for merely selling an herb • Confiscate your property, then charge you storage fees for the expense involved in storing all the products they stole from you C-51 would even criminalize the simple drying of herbs in your kitchen to be used in an herbal product, by the way. That would now be categorized as a “controlled activity,” and anyone caught engaging in such “controlled activities” would be arrested, fined and potentially jailed. Other “controlled activities” include labeling bottles, harvesting plants on a farm, collecting herbs from your back yard, or even testing herbal products on yourself! (Yes, virtually every activity involving herbs or supplements would be criminalized…) There’s more, too. C-51 is the Canadian government’s “final solution” for the health products industry. It’s a desperate effort to destroy this industry that’s threatening the profits and viability of conventional medicine. Natural medicine works so well — and is becoming so widely used — that both the Canadian and American governments have decided to “nuke” the industries by passing new laws that effectively criminalize anyone selling such products. They simply cannot tolerate allowing consumers to have continued access to natural products. To do so will ultimately spell the destruction of Big Pharma and the outdated, corrupt and criminally-operated pharmaceutical industry that these criminally-operated governments are trying to protect.

Stop bill C-51

Wind farm raises health concerns

March 28, 2008

Editor
research has suggested that those effects don’t cause long-term health impacts after people are no longer living near wind farms”.

Health Canada has never done a study of the health affects of wind turbines on the health of the people. I’ve asked, as have many others, both the Provincial and Federal Health Ministries why there hasn’t been a health study conducted. Now we know.

They already know industrial wind turbines are being placed too close to people and they know they have negative affects. Once you have been run off your property, the ill affects you experienced living next to a 400 ft. high wind turbine will disappear. Using their logic, there is no need for a health study.

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Daniel d’entremont and his family were forced from their home. The good news is their health is slowly returning to normal. They can’t live in their home any longer, but who cares about a home when you have your health.

Your government doesn’t give a damn, it’s that simple.

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Wind farm raises health concerns; No long-term effect, says Kingston doctor

Posted By Jennifer Pritchett

Kingston’s public health department will lobby government for more research into the health effects of wind turbines.

Dr. Ian Gemmill, Kingston’s medical officer of health, says there hasn’t been enough monitoring done to determine whether they’re harmful.

Gemmill made the declaration at a board of health meeting this week in response to residents who live near the proposed site of a wind farm to be built on Wolfe Island.

The citizens had asked public health to assess the health risks associated with the turbines, but based on the information that is available, Gemmill said, there is nothing to indicate that wind turbines have any long-term effect on people’s health.

“We haven’t got a lot of evidence to go on right now,” said Gemmill. Gemmill said that though there are concerns about low-level noise, appearance and stress caused by the turbines, research has suggested that those effects don’t cause long-term health impacts after people are no longer living near wind farms.

As well, much of the research that is available, he said, doesn’t appear to come from reputable sources.

“Our conclusion is that while there may be some short-term concerns, this will not have a long-term health effect,” said Gemmill.

Board member Vicki Schmolka told the board that she wasn’t sure that she agreed with Gemmill’s conclusion. She indicated that she felt there are health concerns associated with the turbines that the board should investigate further.

“Seems to me what we’re really saying is that this person needs to move away and they’ll be OK,” she said.

Schmolka, who is also a city councillor, asked Gemmill if he was comfortable saying that there were definitively no long-term health effects from wind turbines.

“I’m saying it’s reversible,” he responded. “I know that people are bothered by this, but the question here is when do we become involved.”

thewhigJennifer Pritchett

 The Studies are out there but the govt, refuses to acknowledge them.

Frey & Hadden, Wind turbines and health

Wind turbine noise affects health