Swine Flu, Vaccines, and Mind Control – Part 1

Posted on Thu 10/08/2009 by

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This article is the first in a multi-part series to monitor and explain the swine flu, vaccines, and mind control.

My husband called me this morning from the restaurant where he works. He told me that all the customers had been upset and worried about something they heard on the radio. Apparently the air waves from KRZ were broadcasting 3,000 new cases of swine flu in Pennsylvania with 14 deaths, and that 60% parents are reluctant to give the vaccine to their children. (These numbers are unconfirmed. Calls to WKRZ were not returned and I did not hear the report myself.) Missing from the report was how many of those infections were caused by the newly-released vaccine and how many of those deaths were from reactions to the shot. With the FDA/AMA/government’s regular denial that shots can and do cause irrepairable brain damage and allergies, we can only assume we’ll never get accurate statistics about the swine flu vaccine.

What we do know is that the “H1N1” virus, formerly known as the Mexican Pig Flu (but was changed because it might offend Mexicans, even though diseases are often named for their place of origin, “Spanish flu,” for example), is fairly harmless as far as influenzas go. Most people who are infected are not even aware that they have it. The majority of swine flu victims get a little sniffle and a fever – normal flu symptoms – and are better within a few days. As with any fever-inducing infection, people should stay home until the fever is gone without medication for 24 hours.  We also know that the swine flu is more dangerous with young adults, ages 25-40. Few children have died in the United States as a result of the infection, the first of whom was brought into Texas from Mexico. So far, most of those who have died from the flu had underlying medical conditions or developed a bacterial infection on top of the flu. According to News Observer, the Center for Disease Control is aware of swine flu deaths in “about 60 of children.” They also report that the CDC does not have a headcount on hospitalizations or deaths from this “pandemic.”

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Wait. So, there’s a level 6 pandemic, yet the CDC is not keeping track of the exact number of people who’ve been hospitalized or killed by swine flu? Why the heck not?!

The World Health Organization is in control of setting the pandemic level, which is based on how widespread a particular disease is among animals and humans. According to the WHO, “Phase 6, the pandemic phase, is characterized by community level outbreaks in at least one other country in a different WHO region in addition to the criteria defined in Phase 5. Designation of this phase will indicate that a global pandemic is under way.” Okay. Level 5 is “ characterized by human-to-human spread of the virus into at least two countries in one WHO region. While most countries will not be affected at this stage, the declaration of Phase 5 is a strong signal that a pandemic is imminent and that the time to finalize the organization, communication, and implementation of the planned mitigation measures is short.” In essence, these are phases, NOT LEVELS, monitoring how far a disease has spread across the globe. It has nothing at all to do with how deadly a disease may be.

That explains why the CDC does not keep track of the numbers. The WHO phase adjustment deals only with how far (as in LOCATIONS) a disease has gone, not how dangerous it might be.

We’ve established that the swine influenza is not very dangerous. I might add here that humans cannot contract this type of flu from eating pork. Enjoy your bacon!

Go to Part 2.

Other Articles:

Swine Flu, Vaccines, and Mind Control – Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7