David Icke...

David Icke: Fan or Not A Fan?

  • Fan

    Votes: 15 40.5%
  • Not A Fan

    Votes: 22 59.5%

  • Total voters
Jun 6, 2013
Icke now trending on Twitter again. The centrist censors never learn.

If you're into conspiracy theories and believe what Icke says, then is a ban encouraged by the same people who Icke rages against going to make you more or less likely to continue believing him?
Im not saying I believe everything he says but why sensor him ? He’s talking a load of shit right, by doing this they are fuelling the conspiracy fire.
Reactions: wesshaw1985
Jun 5, 2013
Hand on heart. Does anyone really believe what this fucker has to say? He makes Tom Cruise look normal.


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May 16, 2013
Hand on heart. Does anyone really believe what this fucker has to say?

Joe E and Clarence, for two.

They routinely link to this shit on here. They've both been busted linking to this shit multiple times.

That's why I can't stand them, and why I am a prick to you when you sit around giggling and stroking their dicks for doing it. :thumbsup

Jun 4, 2013

Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline Snag Biggest Coronavirus Vaccine Deal Yet -2020

Under the U.S. deal, Sanofi and its partner, the British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline, will receive federal funding to pay for clinical trials as well as for manufacturing the vaccine. Sanofi said the deal also includes an option for the company to supply an additional 500 million doses. The company expects to begin clinical trials to test for safety in September, followed by late-stage efficacy trials before the end of this year. Sanofi said it could apply for regulatory approval in the first half of next year.

GlaxoSmithKline settles healthcare fraud case for $3 billion. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - GlaxoSmithKline Plc agreed to plead guilty to misdemeanor criminal charges and pay $3 billion to settle what government officials on Monday described as the largest case of healthcare fraud in U.S. history.2 Jul 2012

The agreement, which still needs court approval, would resolve allegations that the British drugmaker broke U.S. laws in the marketing and development of pharmaceuticals.
GSK targeted the antidepressant Paxil to patients under age 18 when it was approved for adults only, and it pushed the drug Wellbutrin for uses it was not approved for, including weight loss and treatment of sexual dysfunction, according to an investigation led by the U.S. Justice Department.
The company went to extreme lengths to promote the drugs, such as distributing a misleading medical journal article and providing doctors with meals and spa treatments that amounted to illegal kickbacks, prosecutors said.
In a third instance, GSK failed to give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration safety data about its diabetes drug Avandia, in violation of U.S. law, prosecutors said.