Merck vaccine fraud exposed by two Merck virologists; company faked mumps vaccine efficacy results for over a decade, says lawsuit


Breaking news: According to two Merck scientists who filed a False Claims Act complaint in 2010 — a complaint which has just now been unsealed — vaccine manufacturer Merck knowingly falsified its mumps vaccine test data, spiked blood samples with animal antibodies, sold a vaccine that actually promoted mumps and measles outbreaks, and ripped off governments and consumers who bought the vaccine thinking it was “95% effective.”

See that False Claims Act document at:

According to Stephen Krahling and Joan Wlochowski, both former Merck virologists, the Merck company engaged in all the following behavior:

• Merck knowingly falsified its mumps vaccine test results to fabricate a “95% efficacy rate.”

• In order to do this, Merck spiked the blood test with animal antibodies in order to artificially inflate the appearance of immune system antibodies. As reported in

Merck also added animal antibodies to blood samples to achieve more favorable test results, though it knew that the human immune system would never produce such antibodies, and that the antibodies created a laboratory testing scenario that “did not in any way correspond to, correlate with, or represent real life … virus neutralization in vaccinated people,” according to the complaint.(

• Merck then used the falsified trial results to swindle the U.S. government out of “hundreds of millions of dollars for a vaccine that does not provide adequate immunization.”

• Merck’s vaccine fraud has actually contributed to the continuation of mumps across America, causing more children to become infected with mumps. (Gee, really? This is what NaturalNews has been reporting for years… vaccines are actually formulated to keep the outbreaks going because it’s great for repeat business!)

Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Mr Caveat Emptor

Newly sworn-in Prime Minister Scott Morrison blames bank victims for bank crimes, saying they are “complicit” for being too “passive”. “Too often we, the customers, have also become complicit in allowing the deck to be stacked against us”, then-Treasurer Morrison said to the Australian British Chamber of Commerce on 3 August. “You can guarantee it—the more passive a customer is, the worse deal they are going to get.” Never mind that the Financial Services Royal Commission has exposed bank criminality, and whistle-blowers charge that the bank regulator APRA has been complicit in such crimes. Would Morrison also blame abused children for tempting paedophiles? Such a question is not to be scoffed at. Morrison’s mentor is Hillsong pastor Brian Houston, son of serial paedophile Frank Houston, who faced this charge in testimony from the 2013-17 Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Morrison’s long devotion to the strain of Pentecostalism that promotes “prosperity gospel” has clearly been an important influence in his defence of caveat emptor (Latin for “let the buyer beware”—if you are swindled it’s your own fault). In his maiden speech on 14 February 2008, Morrison spoke of how Brian Houston’s pastoral work had greatly assisted him. Houston, former National President of the Assemblies of God in Australia (renamed the Australian Christian Churches in April 2007), is the author of several books, including You Need More Money: Discovering God’s Amazing Financial Plan for Your Life.

The neoliberal economic model of Morrison and the prosperity gospel go hand in hand. Those embracing this perverse “faith” are blessed with financial success and physical well-being, but if you aren’t wealthy it must be your own fault, a lack of faith or some other shortcoming. Victim-blaming appears to be a disturbing theme at the Australian Christian Churches, as 2014 testimony from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse reveals. Brian Houston’s father Frank was General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God in New Zealand before he moved to Sydney and founded the predecessor organisation of Hillsong, which under his son has become Australia’s biggest and richest mega-church. Frank Houston was a confessed paedophile, with victims in New Zealand and Australia. A witness identified as [AHA] testified to the royal commission on 7 October 2014 that Frank Houston abused him as a 7-year-old boy and for several years until he reached puberty. The victim reported explicit details of the sex crimes and the psychological trauma he has endured for decades. Most shockingly, he testified that Morrison’s mentor Brian Houston told him: “You know, it’s your fault all of this happened. You tempted my father.”

Morrison’s political career reflects his perverse Christianity and caveat emptor/victim-blaming philosophy. Jesus said, “Suffer little children to come unto me”, but as immigration minister Morrison implemented brutal policies towards desperate refugees and asylum seekers, which included locking up children behind barbed wire in detention centres indefinitely. He warned these refugees, victims of war and oppression, that they would spend a “very, very long time” in detention should they not return to the war-torn countries they had fled. In other words, their detention was their own fault. At this time asylum seekers from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and other war-torn countries were detained on Manus and Nauru. But the Christian Morrison has never condemned the Anglo-American war party which invaded and bombed those countries, which forced people to flee in the first place.

While Jesus Christ took a whip and drove the money-changers out of the temple, Morrison defends banks and covers for the blatant crimes they have committed, and blames their victims under caveat emptor. Before getting into Parliament, he worked for the Property Council, a vested interest in the speculation that has created a massive property bubble in Australia. Morrison denies there is a bubble, however, which allows the banks and property speculators to keep making money. In August 2016 he said the call for a banking Royal Commission was nothing more than a “populist whinge”, and voted 23 times against one. Meanwhile he worked with APRA and its controllers in the Bank for International Settlements to sneak through “bail-in” legislation to confiscate savings to prop up failing banks, the Financial Sector Legislation Amendment (Crisis Resolution Powers and Other Measures) Act 2018 that became law on 5 March 2018. And it’s no surprise Morrison has done everything to oppose the Banking System Reform (Separation of Banks) Bill 2018, even to the point of making the farcical claim that “the Australian financial system already exhibits a high degree of structural separation”.

The story of how Scott Morrison first got into Parliament is one of dirty dealings and corruption. Former Labor MP Sam Dastyari describes it as the “biggest dirt campaign”. On FM radio KIIS 1065 on 28 August, Dastyari broke the story of his involvement: “I’ve seen a lot of dirty things in politics, but I’ve never had the Liberal party come to us [Labor] and ask for dirt to fight one of their own internal opponents”, he said. “I would never underestimate Scott Morrison … because I would never underestimate a guy who would turn to one of his political opponents to take out one of his own … a guy who will do that will do anything.” In 2007 Morrison contested the Liberal Party pre-selection for the seat of Cook against Michael Towke, who defeated him easily 82 votes to 8. Then, to reverse the result, Morrison’s Liberal Party allies and Rupert Murdoch’s News Limited collaborated with a vicious smear campaign against Towke, who was ousted and Morrison became the candidate. “These stories sent my mother to hospital”, Towke told Paul Sheehan in the 26 October 2009 Sydney Morning Herald. “They demonised me. I wanted to confront them in court.” Towke did go to court and two years later cleared his name. But his assassin is now prime minister.

Mr Caveat Emptor has replaced Mr Goldman Sachs, Malcolm Turnbull, as prime minister, and appointed Mr Deutsche Bank, Josh Frydenberg, as Treasurer. It is time the Australian people cleaned out this political cesspool, and accepted nothing less than genuine morality in government that serves the welfare of all people.

Join the fight to separate the banks!

Although Scott Morrison is firmly on the side of the banks, and actively covered for the criminality being exposed by the royal commission, it is still possible to force him to introduce real financial reform to protect Australians from their predatory practices and dangerous speculation. The Australian people must demand it, so all politicians know their political survival depends on addressing this issue. The best way to do that is to join the CEC’s fight to break up the banks. The legislation is already in Parliament to do it—contact your MP today and demand they insist that the Banking System Reform (Separation of Banks) Bill 2018, which Bob Katter introduced on 25 June, be debated.

From the CEC

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Home Schooling

Home Schooling

The longer a shild is in the current education system the less creative are they and the lower their IQ. We are turning out too many propaganda fed youngsters who cannot think and reason. We are turning out too many propaganda fed youngsters who cannot think and reason.

Prosecuting bankers is not enough—predators must be locked out

The Financial Services Royal Commission has accused CBA and NAB of crimes in relation to their gouging of superannuation accounts. Counsel assisting Michael Hodge QC concluded in a 223-page report released on 24 August that it is open to Commissioner Kenneth Hayne to find that CBA committed more than 13,000 crimes, and that NAB was in criminal breach of its duties under superannuation law.

Hodge also took aim at the regulators, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). He said the evidence indicated “that the approach of neither APRA nor ASIC to regulation of superannuation entities is sufficient to achieve specific or general deterrence. The evidence suggests that APRA is reluctant to commence court proceeding and to take public enforcement action. … It might be thought APRA’s objective of ensuring financial system stability is not readily reconciled with being an effective conduct regulator.” (Emphasis added.)

The spectre of criminal prosecutions is a culture shock, given how few bankers in Australia and around the world have gone to jail for the myriad crimes in the banking system in recent decades. But even jail is not enough of a deterrent to fully protect customers from financial predators.

While paedophiles know they will be jailed if they are caught, we still take precautions to keep them away from children, such as requiring working-with-children clearances for staff in childcare centres and schools, because a deterrent is not enough to guarantee against abuse. Likewise with banks. Jailing bankers to send the message that financial predators will be punished if they steal, defraud or gouge bank customers’ savings is very important, but many bankers would still be tempted to prey on depositors. In most cases, bankers rationalise their actions because they don’t put the money they gouge from customers directly into their own pockets, but into the bank’s profits, which earns them fat bonuses. Also, they can employ armies of lawyers to tie up prosecutions in the courts.

The only way to protect depositors from financial predators is to change the structure of the banking system to lock predators out.

The banking royal commission has already proved that the structure of the banking system, and of regulation, is responsible for the scale of the criminality and misconduct that has been exposed. The major banks are conglomerates of all types of financial services, including traditional commercial banking, investment banking, insurance, wealth management, financial advice, stock broking and superannuation.

This integration of financial services has enabled banks to: prey on the trust of their depositors to lure them into all sorts of risky investments and unnecessary products; overcharge their retail superannuation funds for services provided by other divisions of the bank to the tune of $15 billion per year; and use deposits to collateralise risky investment-banking speculation in securities and dangerous derivatives.

Bank regulation is structured to accommodate this criminality and misconduct. Previously the banks were regulated by a single authority—originally the Commonwealth Bank when it was Australia’s national bank, and then the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Now regulation is shared between APRA, ASIC, and to a lesser extent the RBA and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). This regulatory structure leaves gaps in which much banking misconduct is missed, while APRA and ASIC constantly pass the buck to each other.

This obvious ineffectiveness is not incompetence, but by design—it reflects the neoliberal belief in self-regulation that has been the consensus in Australian and world politics. The regulators are a fig leaf for no regulation.

The only measure that will protect depositors is the Banking System Reform (Separation of Banks) Bill 2018 that Bob Katter MP introduced in Parliament on 25 June, for a Glass-Steagall structural separation of deposit-taking commercial banks, from risky investment banking and all other financial services. Contact your MP to demand Parliament debates this bill.

Join the campaign to pass banking separation!

Contact your local MP and as many Senators as you can, via phone, email or mail, to demand they debate the Separation of Banks bill. (You can find the Senators from your state by clicking on this link, and clicking on your state under the heading State/Territory on the right-hand side.)

Ask for a written response.

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