It’s Very Profitable To Help Murder Vulnerable Australians With Deadly Poisons Disguised As Vaccines as Australian Astra Zeneca Boss Buys $8 Million Dollar Home
By Lucy Macken
As Australians grapple with the potentially life-saving virtues of the AstraZeneca vaccine, the international pharmaceutical giant’s chief executive has upgraded his home real estate, buying a house in Mosman for about $8 million.
Pascal Soriot is currently in Europe, according to a company spokeswoman, but that hasn’t stopped his wife from settling this week on a four-bedroom designer house, complete with the usual local must-haves like a cellar, home cinema and gymnasium.
Unsurprisingly, given Soriot’s $27.5 million salary, no finance was required.
The architect-designed house was commissioned by property investor Phil Arnold and his wife Michelle after they bought the property in 2005 for $3.95 million. It was listed with Belle’s Tim Foote in May as the Arnolds plan to spend more time in Queensland.
Soriot, a French-Australian dual citizen who moved to Australia in 1990 and whose children and grandchild now live here, told The Age‘s Stephen Brook in March that, as the chief of AstraZeneca, he encouraged a deal to locally manufacture the vaccine because he wanted to help ensure Australia’s strategic independence.
“I mean, it’s my country. I wanted to make sure that people were well covered here and were protected,” he said at the time.
And to think he is credited with fending off a $US117 billion hostile takeover by Pfizer in 2014.