In a project dubbed Operation Warp Speed, the DoD manufactured the vaccines, managed distribution, owned the vials, and designed the clinical trials. The pharmaceutical companies effectively only provided window dressing. They were paid billions to do “large scale manufacturing demonstrations” that had little validity – Pfizer actually defended itself in a lawsuit claiming that because the DoD knew these demonstrations were fraudulent there was no malfeasance. The pharmaceutical companies lacked the capacity to produce the vaccines themselves.
The intention was to create the impression that normal regulatory processes were being followed when, in reality, they were bypassed completely. Australian governments and regulatory authorities participated in the deception, repeatedly assuring the citizenry that there was sound oversight to ensure safety and efficacy – even when it was obvious that medium-term safety was impossible to assess in such a short period and the requirement for repeated boosters showed the injections were not effective for any length of time.
Altman and his co-authors say the US military’s involvement has been kept hidden from the American general public since early 2020; it was certainly never explained to the Australian people. “The US DoD clearly perceived a threat to national security and all decisions from that point onward to the present day were subject to full command and control from them,” they write. “Many adverse consequences have been the outcome of this secret military response to a public health matter.”