In February 2009, Baxter, the large pharmaceutucal company sent 72KG of flu vaccines to labs throughout Europe. We believe that 72KG is enough for more than 100,000 flu jabs. One of the labs luckily did a routine test on this batch and the entire batch was found to contain live avian flu (H5N1). Avian flu or bird flu is not like swine flu or seasonal flue; it kills 60% of people who get it. If bird flu becomes present in enough humans, eventually one human will create a new hybrid virus which is as deadly as avian flu but spreads like normal flu. If this happened, half of the worlds population would die. If the vaccines which Baxter sent out to the European labs had been given to annual flu jab patients across Europe, we may have witnessed the genocide of 3 billion people. It is believed these vaccines were going to be used in the autumn 2009 seasonal vaccination programme. When it was discovered by pure chance that the vaccines were contaminated they were all sent back to Baxter.
Austrian medical journalist Jane Burgermeister found out about this incident and has filed criminal charges against Baxter. Baxter have since admitted that these vaccines contained live H5N1 virsus! but as a defence claimed they were ''experimental''. Why would they be sent out to 16 labs if this was the case? and why would they make 72KG if they were just''experimental''?
Burgermeister believes that the World Health Organisation and an elite group who operate above the level of world governments orchastrated this plan in order to reduce world population disguised as annual flu vaccines.
In this telehone call, Richard talks to the BBC news producer (health) Kate Stephens and tries to persuade the her that this story is VERY important and the British people should be given this information. Kate Stephens states in the conversation that this issue is covered on the BBC website, this is a lie. It is not. She also states that she would let me know what the ''BBC investigations unit in Manchester say''. She did not get back to me to tell me what they said.