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    Re: Situation update for Swine Flu in Ukraine


The report below says it is H1N1 and not pneumonia. The death rate is
23 out of 60000. Maybe there is more than one disease going around (which
would be quite a coincidence), but this is refuted also.

Chalk one up for Big Pharma, better get your multi-dose thimerosal jab ASAP.

Ukraine Flu Outbreak: Virus Is a Mixture of H1N1 and Parainfluenza, Causes
Cardiopulmonary Failure
Interview with Dr. Victor Bachinsky

by Anna Yashchenko

Global Research, November 15, 2009
Unian News Agency (Ukraine), Russian original. Infowars Ireland (English
translation) – 2009-11-14

[Translated from Russian, first published in English by Infowars Ireland]

Based on autopsies, we have come to the conclusion: it’s not pneumonia,
but cardiopulmonary insufficiency and cardiogenic shock… The virus
enters directly into the lungs, there is bleeding… Antibiotics should
not be used…

Why do we have such a high mortality rate in the country?

Because people are going to pharmacies to get medicine instead of going to
their doctors to be treated… No it is not pneumonic plague. It’s all
nonsense… antibiotics do not help… Those with strong immune systems
will survive. People with weak immune systems will succumb to the
illness… Face Masks provide 30% extra protection. Wearing glasses gives
an additional 10% protection, that is 40%, because the virus penetrates
the mucose membranes. <MORE>


I concur, treatment-wise, with Bachinsky.  No antibiotics.  I also advise face masks and protective goggles, if possible. I won’t personally take Tamiflu . . . I’d rather use preventive nutrition and elderberry in the acute phase. 

I hear what he’s saying about the symptoms, progression, mode of death, and rate of lethality, but he’s a single source.  I’d like to hear confirmation from other sources.

Thanks for digging up that interview, DTM.  I’d seen a few out-of-context excerpts, but that’s all until now.