Baxter Files Swine Flu Vaccine Patent 'Ahead of Outbreak'
Baxter scientists patented the “swine flu” vaccine two years before outbreak of “novel swine flu” virus. Austrian Baxter scientist involved in H1N1 vaccine patent also advises World Health Organization!
Otfried Kistner, the head of virology at Baxter’s Austrian subsidiary in Orth an der Donau, which contaminated 72 kilos of vaccine material with the live bird flu virus and sent it to 16 labs this February, was part of the Austrian-based Baxter team that applied for a provisional patent for the “swine flu” H1N1 vaccine in August 2007, almost two years before the first “swine flu” outbreak in Mexico City in April 2009 in a location about 50 kilometers from a Baxter facility.
Baxter’s Vaccine Patent Application US 2009/0060950 A1 gives “Kistner et al” as the applicant for the patent for the H1N1 vaccine that was provisionally filed on August 28, 2007.
Also Kistner is an advisor to WHO and took part in the WHO meeting in Geneva 2005 on the Evaluation and Development of Influenza Pandemic Vaccines.
It was WHO which supplied Baxter with the live bird flu virus that Baxter used to contaminate 72 kilos of vaccine material, sending it to 16 labs in four countries, nearly sparking a pandemic in February.