July 31, 2009
[efoods]It will be like something out of an under budgeted B science fiction flick — shoppers pushing carts stacked with cheap plastic goods manufactured by slaves in China queuing up in a grubby annex at the local Wal-Mart to get a toxic shot of mercury, disodium phosphate, squalene, chicken embryos, and various virus cultures (as listed in a Glaxo biopharma database).
It’s not science fiction, though — that is not if Wal-Mart has its way.
“Wal-Mart Stores Inc is discussing with U.S. health officials the possibility of putting vaccination sites at some of its stores for an H1N1 swine flu inoculation campaign this fall, a company official said on Thursday,” reports Reuters. “Federal officials met with Wal-Mart executives on Wednesday in Arkansas to discuss the issue, Dr. John Agwunobi, president of health and wellness for Wal-Mart U.S., told public health leaders at a conference in Orlando.”
Wal-Mart is a no-brainer for distributing the untested experimental vaccine that will not protect anybody from the H1N1 virus. Agwunobi noted that 140 million people walk through the doors of its 4,000 U.S. stores each week, a few million shy of the 160 million doses the government wants to poison the public with beginning in mid-October.