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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

H1N1, the chicken little flu

As predicted months ago, the H1N1 was being way,way, way over blown.

1 comment:

  1. “There’s always the risk that people are retrospectively going to say, ‘You over-hyped it,’” Dr. Jones said. “I don’t take it lightly, but the other alternative is much worse. If suddenly things had blown up and people had died unnecessarily ... then we’d be talking about national fury and ethically feeling like we failed.”

    So, Dr. Jones, did the people who were scared into taking the vaccine by WHO and forced to by their governments, die unnecessarily? Take a look at a few of the news links here from around the world:


    This was/is a world-wide scam. People were murdered so big pharma could turn a quick buck. So who is gonna pay for those 300 million doses we ordered but don't need? Are we going to ship them back like France or are Glaxo, Novartis, Baxter and Sonofi "too big to fail"? Kathleen Sebelius is quoted as saying 47 million Americans are already infected with 200,000 in the hospitals. I see it as mathematically futile to immunize that away (if it were true). That's 1 in 7 Americans folks.


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