It all sounds like a global conspiracy led by the new leader of Big Pharma and Global Health to take control of national health and your basic rights and on the face of the recent appointment of past Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, it is.
Once upon a time, the ABC would join the dots in the public interest, and as they have ceased this role, we are joining the dots here.
Julia Gillard takes on new role at medical research giant, backs calls for a coronavirus inquiry
Former prime minister Julia Gillard has been appointed the next chair of one of the world’s largest investors in medical research and pandemics, and is using her new role to join calls for an investigation into the coronavirus outbreak.
- Julia Gillard will begin her new role with the UK-based Wellcome Trust next April
- The company is investing in a range of research on COVID-19
- Ms Gillard will continue in her existing role with Beyond Blue
Ms Gillard will take up the role with the UK-based Wellcome Trust, which is already heavily investing in the search for a COVID-19 vaccine, in April next year.
She argued the coronavirus pandemic should be investigated, backing calls by current Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor for a thorough and independent inquiry into the crisis.
“If a major health challenge for the world started anywhere, in any country on earth, then it is good to have a process which enables us to learn every lesson so that we can keep humanity safer for the future,” she told the ABC.
“I think that that message applies today to current circumstances, and it will apply for as long as there are shared health challenges for us to combat.”
The ABC article fails to raise the conflict of national interest prior chapter which landed her the role, nor the consequences for the Australian public facing the spectre of mandatory vaccinations courtesy of the Bill Gates long term plan of digitally vaccinating the entire globe.
To put it simply, while the previous PM backs calls for an independent enquiry, there is nothing independent or arms length about her fresh appointment and her history and connections made with BIG PHARMA while she was PM.
By Rod Curtis
PERTH, Australia, 31 October 2011 – World leaders from Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, Nigeria and Pakistan joined Bill Gates on Saturday in pledging $122 million in new funds to help deliver a polio-free world.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard led the call at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Perth, Australia, announcing a $50 million commitment to the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), which she called “an investment in saving lives.” Three of the four remaining polio-endemic countries – India, Nigeria and Pakistan – are members of the Commonwealth.
The Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, announced an additional $15 million in funding, and Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan announced a $17 million increase in domestic funding per annum, while Bill Gates joined the press conference by video link and announced $40 million in support, to match the 40 million pounds committed by the United Kingdom earlier this year.
At a joint press conference with United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron, Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, Mr. Harper and Mr. Jonathan, Ms. Gillard declared the five countries were “here today to demonstrate our commitment to end polio for all time.”
Before the public become too excited about the Wellcome Trust Chair appointment, we should fill in some more gaps the ABC missed, no doubt in breach of the ABC Charter, but let’s move on and look at the implications and connections.
If you are concerned about mandatory nonsensical vaccination, be sure that Juila since 2011 has been inappropriately in bed with the Gates Foundation and now cancel your Mastercard if you are inclined to empower yourself against a planned assault upon your person, and the rolling out of the master plan, ID 2020.
Bill Gates says the novel coronavirus is a ‘once-in-a-century pathogen.’ The Gates Foundation just joined Wellcome and Mastercard in committing $125 million to find new treatments for it.
The Gates Foundation said Tuesday it’s committing $US50 million to the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, as is Wellcome. Mastercard’s Impact Fund is committing the remaining $US25 million, according to a statement.
It will be used as seed funding “to speed-up the response to the COVID-19 epidemic by identifying, assessing, developing, and scaling-up treatments,” the organisations said in a statement. COVID-19 is the name of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
The Gates Foundation said the $US50 million is part of the $US100 million commitment the organisation made to fight the outbreak in early February.
Around the world, nearly 116,000 people have been infected with the novel coronavirus, and there have been 4,000 deaths. There are currently no approved vaccines or treatments, though companies are racing to change that.