Friday, January 31, 2020

Of Asians and Spencers

Various issues.

First, with respect to yesterday's post, let's hear from the author herself, emphasis added:
One of the most high-profile cases was that of Ranbaxy...ordered to pay a record $500 million penalty in the US.
In her new book Bottle of Lies: The Inside Story of the Generic Drug Boom, New York-based investigative journalist Katherine Eban highlights malpractices among generic drug makers in India and China, which dominate the segment, the shortcomings of regulators in checking these and the threat this ultimately poses to patients...
...I reported on the generic drug industry for 10 years, five spent exclusively on Bottle of Lies. In all my reporting, two examples stick in my mind. One was of a plant in India that had perfect data showing that it was sterile. Microbial limits testing, bacterial endotoxin testing — all the samples had perfect results.
Yet the samples didn’t exist. They were testing nothing. The entire laboratory was a fake, which an FDA investigator uncovered during an unannounced inspection. This deception, to me, was really a shock. If they would fake their own sterility data, what wouldn’t they fake? And then, there was an incident in which a Ranbaxy executive was on a conference call with the company’s medical directors, and she raised concerns about the quality of the AIDS drugs Ranbaxy was making for Africa. One of the company’s medical directors said on the call, ‘Who cares. It’s just blacks dying.’ This, to me, was a chilling anecdote about a company that had come to value profits over human lives.
Are the Chinese the greatest threat to the survival of the human race?  Smart money says yes.


More Chinese spying.  Hey, that’s a feature, not a bug, of HBD. And from the Silk Road White nationalism perspective, if black-booted Chinese girls with guns (and coronavirus) are going to be the border guards of the West, then why shouldn’t they have (i.e., steal) Western technology?

Blacks had the highest frequency of pathogenic/likely pathogenic (P/LP) variants (18.6%), and Hispanics and Asians had the most variants of uncertain significance (VUS), 19.0% and 21.9%, respectively.
Isn’t East Asian breast cancer an oxymoron? Shouldn’t it be renamed, in that case, subcutaneous pectoral thoracic wall cancer?

Feel the Bern!  Fresh off his promotion of Princess Tulsi Coconut and Andy Eggroll, the Master of Disaster is now on a Bernie Redjew promotion kick.  Well, hey, why not?  Your “leaders”are ever vigilant for any novel opportunities to further humiliate White racial activism.