Letter to Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General, WHO, May 09, 2009 by Zahir Ebrahim

From: Zahir Ebrahim, Project Humanbeingsfirst.org
To: Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General, WHO (Via your communications officers)
To: Cécilia Mazuy mediainquiries@who.int, Fadéla Chaib chaibf@who.int, Gaya Gamhewage
gamhewageg@who.int, Thomas Abraham abrahamt@who.int
Date: Saturday, May 09, 2009, 1:33 AM PST
Subject: WHO Advisories
Dear Dr. Chan,
Hello. I write you respectfully to express immense concern, and without mincing words. I would like to draw your kind attention to the letter to editor which is reproduced below. It expresses grave reservations that the the World Health Organization is acting as a global sales-rep for vaccine manufacturers. I specifically draw your kind attention to the “Note on abetting the Pandemic” which is cited below.
I hope you might offer some cogent explanation, or refutation that can stand the test of commonsense and rationality. If you are unfamiliar with NSSM 200 ( National Security Study Memorandum 200, April 24, 1974, written by Henry Kissinger ) also noted below, I urge you to kindly perform your due dilgence on the matter.
It is quite likely that you have become an unwitting pawn in the ruling oligarchs' game of population reduction. If you finally come to realize that through your due diligence, I urge you to make that information public from your high pulpit. At worst, you will lose your job. But your unconscionable inaction, or mere resignation in silence, will lead to a billion-plus exterminated, with WHO subsequently claiming all the credit for saving the rest. There is likely a Nobel Peace Prize lurking in there somewhere for all this 'saving'. And the cycle will repeat.
Minimally, as a conservative stance, I would hope that you will at least join me (one who is a nobody), in urging the developing nations to follow the rational recommendation noted in the letter below, namely, to break-free of the patent-strangulation regime by legal fiat, and manufacture their own vaccines as an existential matter for them.
It takes an uncommonly courageous Socrates to speak the truth, and to boldly invite the same fate. But your voice is far stronger than an ordinary plebeian's.
Zahir Ebrahim
Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

Letter to Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General, WHO, May 09, 2009 by Zahir Ebrahim

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