Was Dr Adu-Bobie A Victim of Biological Warfare Experiments?
Posted by te2ataria on August 4, 2008
Submitted by a reader:
Dr Adu-Bobie, 31, an expert on meningococcal vaccines, contracted meningococcal septicaemia within days of working at New Zealand’s ESR labs.
The Victim: Dr Jeannette Adu-Bobie, an expert on meningococcal vaccines, contracted meningitis while working in NZ govt. Wellington lab. and had both legs, left arm and the digits of her right hand amputated.
A black scientist, was she the perfect “guinea pig” for testing a deadly strain of meningococcal disease that only affects “colored” people?
How Does the System Operate?
First they deny any wrongdoing. Then, innocently, they acknowledge something may have gone wrong, since no one would ever suspect that it was [at worst] anything other than an “unfortunate” accident that could happen to any research scientist [sic.] But all along they have collected data worth billions of dollars!
The “bad cop” act: The Crown Research Institute denied everything!
In 2005 ESR (a Crown Research Institute wholly owned by the New Zealand Government) said they found nothing to suggest Dr Adu-Bobie was more likely to have contracted the disease in the lab than in the wider community. “There is no compelling evidence that this infection was contracted anywhere else,” the shameless occupational health chief adviser Geraint Emrys wrote in the report.
The “good cop” act: NZ govt. made a pointless acknowledgment, 3 years later.
“I regret the failure of the original investigation to reach what now appears a reasonable conclusion and apologise for any distress this may have caused.” Said New Zealand Government’s Labor Department spokesperson.
[Note: Formed in 1992, ESR (Institute of Environmental Science & Research Limited) is one of nine Crown Research Institutes. It is a limited liability company, wholly owned by the New Zealand Government. Source: http://www.esr.cri.nz/aboutus/Pages/default.aspx%5D
The three-year good cop, bad cop drama took its toll
Meanwhile, Dr Adu-Bobie’s lawyer, John Miller, [quite innocently] declared her ACC [NZ accident compensation scheme, another Crown entity!] claim had now been accepted. She would receive NZ$117,000 (~ $85,000).
For Fu*k Sake Mr Lawyer
$85,000 dollars? Is that how much a black scientist’s life is worth in New Zealand? Shame on you and the justice [sic] system you serve!
How many people affected by meningococcal disease in New Zealand?
According to New Zealand government: “Yearly cases of meningococcal disease have been decreasing since the high rates of the 1990s. In 2004, there were 342 cases notified, in 2005 228 cases, in 2006 160 cases …”
[Source: http://www.moh.govt.nz/moh.nsf/indexmh/meningococcal-disease-faq#howmany – accessed August 4, 2008.]
How many people in New Zealand contracted meningococcal septicaemia in 2005?
Err … The actual figures are not available. Probably just one: Dr Adu-Bobie
“ESR’s own estimates put the risk of a woman in her 30s contracting meningococcal disease in the community at 3 per 100,000. … In an application for a clinical trial in New Zealand, Chiron said lab workers handling meningococcal B bacteria were at “great occupational risk” of the disease — estimated at 500 times greater than other people of the same age. … At the time Ms Adu-Bobie was infected, in late March, there were four other cases of the disease in the Wellington region. But tests later showed none of the other cases were the epidemic strain of meningococcal B that she contracted.” [Source: Dominion Post]
DR Adu-Bobie’s family: It’s more than just a coincidence, when a scientist is struck down by the very disease she is researching!
New Zealand has been producing chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction since at least the end of WWII. One of the well-documented cases is the manufacture of substantial quantities of the deadly defoliant Agent Orange between 1960 and 1987, which was subsequently used for the destruction of Vietnamese forests and mass murder of the North Vietnamese.
A Warning to Maori?
Watch out! “80 out of every 100 cases of meningococcal disease occur in babies, children and young people aged 0-19 years.” Read between the lines! “Pacific peoples and Māori contract meningococcal disease at higher rates than other New Zealanders and are affected at four times the rate of other New Zealanders.” Something may be cooking!
[Source: http://www.moh.govt.nz/moh.nsf/indexmh/meningococcal-disease-faq#who – accessed August 4, 2008.]
ESR Board of Directors
Who are these despicable characters?
Q. How much is the Life of a black scientist worth in New Zealand?
A. 117,000 worthless NZ dollars!
- Stricken Scientist’s Family Points Finger
- $117,000 awarded to scientist infected by meningococcal disease
- Adding insult to injury
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