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  • Sat, Jun 13, 2009 - 07:39pm

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    And the Swine Flu won’t go away

Millions of Brits could be infected.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/?source=refresh

  • Fri, Aug 21, 2009 - 05:09pm

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    Re: And the Swine Flu won’t go away

http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=14869

The vaccines are far more deadly than the swine flu

The vaccines are far more deadly than the swine flu. Mass vaccinations is a recipe for disaster Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins

This report has been submitted to Sir Liam Donaldson, Chief Medical Officer of the UK, and to the US Food and Drugs Administration

A swine flu outbreak occurred in Mexico and the United States in April 2009 and spread rapidly around the world by human-to human transmission. The new type A H1N1 influenza virus is unlike any that had been previously isolated [1, 2], judging from the first data released in May.

It is a messy combination of sequences from bird, human and swine flu virus lineages from North America and Eurasia. A senior virologist based in Canberra, Australia, told the press he thought that the virus could have been created in a laboratory and released by accident [3]. Some analysts even suggest, without corroborating evidence, that it was made intentionally as a bioweapon [4], while others blame the intensive livestock industry and extensive trafficking of love animals over long distances, which provide plenty of opportunity for generating exotic recombinants [5].

But what worries the public most is the mass vaccination programmes governments are putting in place to combat the emerging pandemic, which could well be worse than the pandemic itself.

 


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Just earlier this week we had a 48 y/o woman come in for repiratory problems. She came into the ER at 2am and was dead by 7pm. The flight crew was unable to transport her out because she became to unstable. This is a small rural hospital in the 4 corners area where the haunta virus originated. Her blood culture came back as positive for the swine flu. There’s nothing you can do when the body isn’t producing enough albumin. Her lungs were filled with blood. She was on steroids for asthma. We are acutely aware of the vulnerability of asmatic patients to the swine flu since our oldest boy is asmatic

My wife told me this week that 3 people died recently in the neighborhood where she grew up in Rio de Janeiro. Victims of swine flu.

  • Fri, Aug 21, 2009 - 06:35pm

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I’ve been reading up on why the flu is a northern southern hemisphere thing and vitamen D.

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    Swine flu contingency plans

We’ve developed our swine flu contingency plans, and now I’m just watching the SF thing from the sidelines:

  1. A kit of supplements and herbs to boost resistance and comat active influenza.
  2. Enough supplies, of all kinds, to avoid public places for several months.
  3. Bug out equipment and supplies at the ready in the event of forced mass vaccination.

 . . . though I doubt that much will come of this . . . unless of course, we natives get restless, and it’s necessary to terrify us into staying off the streets and tolerating martial law. . .

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New Zealand is looking prettier each and every day

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Safety of Vaccine for young girls questioned.

Safety of Vaccine for Young Girls Questioned

  • Mon, Aug 24, 2009 - 12:15am

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    Re: And the Swine Flu won’t go away-Vit D

The Flu Wiki forum has a thread on the vitamin D issue by Dr Grattan. Woodson, who I believe is a primary care doctor. 

http://www.newfluwiki2.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=3530.-

they have cited this link as having good info on vitamin D but be forewarned it is very pro Vit D. I myself take 4000 IU a day.

http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/aboutUs.shtml

 

Denise

 

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I can’t find the story on millions could be infected.  Do you think they pulled it or do you have a more direct link?

Thanks much as always

Denise

  • Mon, Aug 24, 2009 - 01:53am

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Thank you Denise. I have a friend who is a total health food nut. She turned me onto the Vitamen D thing when I questioned or mentioned why it was the flu was a winter thing. I thought it had to do with the dryer air and spreading. The sunlight to viatamen D now has me wondering. I’ll read the links now and I appreciate them. Take care

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