Prof Roy Anderson
Royal Society  Experts

"Two years ago it was Roy Anderson who created the computer model used by the government to claim that the number of foot-and-mouth cases would fall to zero by 7 June 2001. As the Eye noted at the time, a certain amount of statistical jiggery-pokery was required to achieve this desirable if implausible result, but it allowed the Dear Leader to call an election for that very date and boast that he had the crisis licked.
    Back in 1987 Anderson's mathematical talents again proved useful to a politician's election prospects. He was invited by Norway's prime minister Gro Harlem Brundtland to help produce an "independent assessment" of how many minke whales Norwegians could sustainably kill each year. The International Whaling Commission had introduced a moratorium on commercial minke whaling, which Brundtland feared would lose her support in the northern whaling constituencies. She hoped that a report by a four-man committee of experts, including Anderson, would persuade the IWC to ease the ban.
    Lo and behold, the committee came up with exactly the same figure - 200 whales - which the whalers thought they needed to make a profit. But then a mathematical biologist on the IWC's scientific committee went through the algebra and found "fundamental flaws in the methodology": Anderson and his chums had achieved the result Brundtland wanted only by creating unreal (indeed "impossible") parameters."---Private Eye, May 3, 2003

See: Ferguson, Neil  Covid

Private Eye, May 3, 2003

[2010 Jan] Swine flu taskforce's links to vaccine giant: More than half the experts fighting the 'pandemic' have ties to drug firms

[2009 July 29] Government virus expert paid 116k by swine flu vaccine manufacturers  Professor Sir Roy Anderson sits on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), a 20-strong task force drawing up the action plan for the virus. Yet he also holds a 116,000-a-year post on the board of GlaxoSmithKline, the company selling swine flu vaccines and anti-virals to the NHS.

[Media UK, May7,  2003] Research puts Sars mortality rate at 20%
[April 2003] The artificially designed epidemic, the "Severe Acute Respiratory Sundrome" ("SARS").
[Media April 2003] Virus deadlier than predicted, expert warns

[Media Dec 2002 BSE, CJD] DOWN ON THE FARM

Private Eye 28 june 2002

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Professor Roy Anderson and FMD vaccination

"A Parliamentary Written Question by Mrs. Ann Winterton MP in May 1999 confirmed the following declared interests within the JCVI membership (NB - the PWQ related only to a limited range of pharmaceuticals companies, so the full list will be greater than this): Professor Lewis Ritchie (Glaxo Wellcome), Dr. Barbara Bannister (Glaxo Wellcome and SmithKline Beecham),  Dr. David Goldblatt (SmithKline Beecham), Dr. Diana Walford (Glaxo Wellcome and SmithKline Beecham), Professor Roy Anderson (Glaxo Wellcome and SmithKline Beecham), Dr. Karl Nicholson (Glaxo Wellcome)"--David Thrower Flawed UK Regulatory and Monitoring Systems (2001)

synthetic vaccine trials were run in 4 countries, namely the U.S. U K .Taiwan and China. Ours being due to finish in September 2000.Two Countries opted to sign a secrecy agreement...the U.K. and China. United Biochemical Inc; was involved and announced a breakthrough  with a synthetic F&M Vaccine on 22:04:2001. (Ref:
Is it just sheer coincidence that Professor Roy Anderson is a Director and Shareholder of U.B.I.?  Other interesting reading:(Anderson, Ferguson, Donnelly, May, King, Woolhouse, Krebs.--     whale

The evidence suggests he (Anderson) had 'help' from Sir Robert May (President of the Royal Society and previous Govt Chief  Scientist), Sir John Krebs (Head of the Food Standards Agency and well know enthusiast for GM) and Prof David King (Chief Scientist).

All 4 are Fellows of the Royal Society - which appears to operate as a kind of scientific Freemasonry - and May, Krebs and Anderson were all Profs in the same Dept and Oxford University prior to the Anderson scandals that led Anderson and large numbers of 'hangers on' to decamp to Imperial College last year. May and Krebs receive(d) Royal Society Research Professorships. Anderson and Krebs are widely 'seen' as May's protegees, and King almost certainly owes his position as Chief Scientist to May, as does Krebs WRT his appointment as Head of the Food Standards Agency.

It looks like Anderson is at the top or near top of the allopath/drug company pyramid.   On the scale of power I would guess the vets come nowhere.  The medical industry is run by the human treating allopaths.   I would love a pyramid/flow chart of the power structure.  Wellcome must be at the top in this country and the Wellcome Trust is one of the biggest medical research funders in Europe.  It maintains 40% majority holding in the Wellcome drug producing company.  The last flotation in 1992 saw 2.3 billion raised for the Trust which must go to fund Universites and keep them pointing in the right direction.

“Serving on the (Wellcome) Council over the same period, from 1989 to 1992, was Professor Roy Anderson. Anderson, who heads the Department of Pure and Applied Biology at London’s Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, is also a Wellcome Trustee. His position as a Trustee means that he is one of a handful of powerful men who control the Wellcome empire. Throughout the time of his term of office on the Council Professor Anderson was one of the most vociferous proselytisers for Wellcome’s AZT. (Prof Anderson is married to Clare Baron one of the salaried workers in the office of the All Parliamentary Group on AIDS, which receives funding from Wellcome).”—Martin Walker, Dirty Medicine 1993

Anderson on HIV:
According to Martin Walker, a research worker who is to open next month's
SCAM conference, part of the problem lies in the special relationship
between the drugs company, known as the Wellcome Foundation, and the
Wellcome Trust. He believes the trust's enormous power of patronage it has
more than 200m a year for distribution helps to open doors at the highest
level. The trust is forbidden from supporting the activities of the company,
and there is no suggestion that it has distorted its funding to benefit the
firm. However, some of the trust's work has a direct bearing on HIV and
AIDS. It recently set up the Wellcome Centre for Medical Science, which this
month ran an AIDS conference for teachers and school governors. The main
scientific speakers were Professor Anthony Pinching, who conducted early AZT
trials, and Professor Roy Anderson, a Wellcome grant recipient and a
governor of the Wellcome Trust.

Walker's inquiries have shown that academic institutions at the forefront of
AIDS research have been long-term recipients of trust money. These include
the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the University
College and Middlesex School of Medicine.

The trust is also funding an important study of sexual behaviour and
lifestyles, one aim of which is "to provide data for ... mathematical models
of the spread of HIV in the population". The study is being conducted
through Imperial College, London, whose biology department is headed by

Anderson, an outspoken advocate of the view that AIDS is set to explode
internationally, has contributed extensively to the work of the All-Party
Parliamentary Group on AIDS, which has a membership of more than 150
parliamentarians. Over the past five years, the group has received 65,000
from the Wellcome Foundation, plus extra help for specific projects.

Another opinion-forming recipient of Wellcome Foundation cash is the British
Medical Association Foundation for AIDS. It received a grant of 144,000 in

The Wellcome Foundation helped the Terrence Higgins Trust to set up a
fund-raising division, and backed production of four AIDS "health education"
booklets. The first describes AZT as "the first drug shown to be effective
against HIV". The fourth contains nine pages about the purported benefits of

The foundation says in its annual report that it has been "active and
imaginative" in promoting its products to opinion-leaders and prescribing
physicians, and adds: "Through our work with HIV and AIDS groups in many
countries, we are learning to communicate effectively with wider audiences."

RETHINKING HIV Collective Fallacy By Stefan Lanka