A bipartisan bill was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday that would authorize a new partnership program to reduce U.S. dependence on China while enhancing cooperation between the United States and Israel to develop innovative approaches for treating and potentially curing COVID-19:
Reps. David Kustoff (R-TN), Chris Pappas (D-NH), Lance Gooden (R-TX) and Tom Suozzi (D-NY) introduced the Expanding Medical Partnerships with Israel to Lessen Dependence on China Act…
“The United States and Israel are world leaders in the medical technology industry,” said Kustoff. “It’s long past time we end our dependence on China and enhance our partnership with our great ally Israel to develop innovative medical technologies to treat and cure COVID-19. It’s in the benefit of not only our two countries, but also the rest of the world.”
In addition to the bill, the House members are also pushing for the inclusion of $12 million, which would be matched by Israel, to fund the new research partnership in any future legislation to address the impact of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
A similar bill was introduced in the Senate last month by Sens. Chris Coons (D-Del.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas), in which they announced they would seek to appropriate $12 million in upcoming legislation to enhance partnerships between companies in the United States and Israel to develop innovative medical projects aimed at detecting, treating and curing coronavirus.
“I’ve long said that China poses the most significant, long-term geopolitical threat to the United States. Our dependence on China for life-saving medications and treatments is deeply problematic,” Cruz said at the time. “Israel is not only our friend and ally, but also a global leader in medicine with which we already cooperate on exactly those issues.”
“The United States and Israel are world leaders in the medical technology industry, and it is in the interest of all Americans, Israelis and the rest of the world that we work together to fight COVID-19,” said Coons. “This virus knows no borders, and our bill underscores the importance of international collaboration in the face of a truly global pandemic.”
So, in other words, instead of buying all of our cheap and tainted drugs from China, we will soon be buying them from Israel, notably from Teva, the Israeli pharmaceutical giant which was recently caught in a “massive conspiracy” to bilk U.S. consumers out of billions of dollars in a price fixing scheme on generic drugs.
The “scam-demic” is merely a pretext here to allow Israel to further tighten its tentacles around lucrative U.S. drug, high tech and surveillance markets.
And since the fall out of this “scam-demic” will involve far more government surveillance of its citizens, Israel is conveniently right there to step in and monitor the U.S. population for us.
But don’t worry, goyim, Israel is “our greatest friend and ally”™.
Yes, the same Israel that orchestrated the 9-11 attacks and put the blame on a rag tag group of illiterate Muslims.
Handing our drug production over to Israel — and making us dependent on them — has been in the works for some time now — and our own FDA is coincidentally opening a satellite office in Israel to fast track Israeli drugs to the U.S. market.
Is there any particular reason why we can’t just manufacture our own drugs so that we aren’t dependent on any foreign power, especially Israel — a country that is the lynch pin of the endless wars in the Middle East?