This article from Reuters news service tells a lot about the swine flu hype.
LONDON (Reuters) – European scientists and health authorities are facing angry questions about why H1N1 flu has not caused death and destruction on the scale first feared, and they need to respond deftly to ensure public support.
Accusations are flying in British and French media that the pandemic has been “hyped” by medical researchers to further their own cause, boost research grants and line the pockets of drug companies.
Britain’s Independent newspaper this week asked “Pandemic? What Pandemic?.
France’s Le Parisien newspaper ran the headline: “Swine flu: why the French distrust the vaccine” and noted a gap between the predicted impact of H1N1 and the less dramatic reality.” More…
This interview of Dr. Russell Blaylock by Dr. Mercola is extremely eye-opening. He tells why pregnant women should NOT take the swine flue vaccine. Official statistics show that the babies will have an increased risk of developing autism and schitsophrenia fromthe mother’s flu vaccinations. See the entire interview here.
This chart provides deeper insight into the swine flu “epidemic.” Still, it raises many questions as to the underlying causes of the marked differences that exist from one country to another. For more figures and comments, go here…
Even scientists who helped develop the vaccine say THEY ARE NOT GOING TO TAKE IT AND URGE THEIR FRIENDS AND FAMILY NOT TO TAKE IT EITHER, says Wayne Madsen, an investigative journalist and RT contributor.
Dr. Mercola recently posted an article titled, Squalene: The Swine Flu Vaccine’s Dirty Little Secret Exposed.
Here’s the first part of it:
According to Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, your children should be the first target for mass swine flu vaccinations when school starts this fall.[i]
This is a ridiculous assumption for many reasons, not to mention extremely high risk.
In Australia, where the winter season has begun, Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon is reassuring parents the swine flu is no more dangerous than regular seasonal flu. “Most people, including children, will experience very mild symptoms and recover without any medical intervention,” she said.[ii]
Should you take a Swine Flu vaccine? Are vaccines safe and effective?
Find out what happened when 46 million Americans took the swine flu vaccine in 1976. Watch this 60 Minutes report by Mike Wallace before you decide.
This is a quote from the site:
“Here is the link for the soon-to-be-famous 1979 CBS 60 Minutes episode concerning the 1976 swine flu pandemic in USA and the massive vaccination that followed. Note that this episode was banned after its first showing on television. It is now being released publicly on the internet for the first time, after 20 years!!!”
The swine flu was first announced less than a week ago, yet people around the world are in a panic. People with a simple cough or cold are now wondering if they might die. Indonesia just banned all imports of pork, when there is zero evidence that the flu comes from pigs. There are many important facts not being adequately reported in the media.
Thanks to the extensive network of careful researchers of which I’m a part (including most of you), I can recommend two summaries that are very powerful for understanding the deeper aspects of what’s going on. The first is an article I composed, putting together the best, most reliable information on the subject. Check it out at:
As a teaser, the CDC recommends Tamiflu for prevention and treatment of swine flu, as they did with the avian flu several years ago. Yet did you know that at the height of the avian flu scare, researchers reviewed 51 randomized controlled trials of the drug? Tamiflu was found to be useless against the avian flu and many other flus. And did you know that Donald Rumsfeld made $5 million on sales of the drug at the time? And what about Japan’s ban on Tamiflu for teenagers as a result of the 17 teenagers who died as a result of side effects? You can verify all of this at the links to major media sources provided.