Sasha Latypova holds a graduate degree in business from Dartmouth College and is a retired pharmaceutical industry research and development executive with twenty-five years of experience in conducting clinical trials. Ms. Latypova co-founded and managed several contract research organizations performing clinical trials for over sixty pharmaceutical companies, including Pfizer, J&J, AstraZeneca, Novartis, GSK and many others. Her area of expertise was in cardiovascular safety evaluation across all therapeutic areas of drug development. She has interacted with the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) on behalf of the pharma companies submitting data for drug approvals, and as part of the leadership of the Cardiovascular Safety Research Consortium, a public-private partnership.
Ms. Latypova has conducted an independent investigation into the lack of good manufacturing practice compliance for Covid vaccines, and the role of the Department of Defense in the design and manufacture of these products and other medical countermeasures.
WEAPONIZED HEALTHCARE: GLOBAL ATTACK ON OUR GENES, MICROBIOME AND FOOD SOURCES
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 BANQUET KEYNOTE
The global war on people, marketed as the "Covid pandemic," included the coordinated use of multiple categories of weapons, including informational (lies, fearmongering, propaganda, censorship, prosecution of dissent), bio-chemical (poisons marketed as "approved vaccines and therapeutics") and other methods and tactics such as denial of healthcare, violation of human rights, destruction of small businesses and supply chains, and other methods of unrestricted warfare. One of the perpetrators’ major objectives was to deploy the dangerous mRNA technology into mass use, which resulted in billions of people getting injected with what can only be properly categorized as a bio-chemical poison (weapon) in violation of basic human rights and informed consent. Further, the mRNA platform is being deployed into the food supply. The plan of the perpetrators is to wreck the food supply and cause illness in both animals and humans (and destroy soil microbiome as well). Latypova’s presentation will cover legal frameworks used to subvert consumer protections and human subject bioethics in the deployment as well as covering technological mechanisms of harm.
CATHERINE AUSTIN FITTS AND SASHA LATYPOVA
WHAT YOU CAN DO WHEN YOU TRY: HIGHLIGHTING HEROES
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
Catherine Austin Fitts and Sasha Latypova will have a discussion highlighting their personal picks of heroes—people who have accomplished great things and/or built broad-based wealth simply by doing their best with what they had. These stories of real people offer examples of how much we can do when we try. By sharing these stories, Catherine and Sasha hope to inspire you to take action and recognize the power of what you can do in your own lives, homes and communities.