wave of Swine Flu deaths in USA.
Even wikipedia is dominated by these idiotic Americans, using
expressions like "a fraction", " a small percentage" to describe the
death statistics of a 7 month Swine Flu versus 12 month Common Flu.
Imagine, saying 20% of healthy individuals dying from Swine Flu can be
considered as a small fraction.
10,000 estimated Swine Flu deaths is a small percentage of the 36,000
estimated Common Flu deaths.
Only idiots will consider these figures as a fraction or small
percentage, but this view is dominating the Wikipedia.
Similar to the view that England is not an International Football
Since there is excess vaccine in USA and CAnada, it is time for the
developing nations to get these vaccines on the cheap. Malaysia should
seek these same vaccines because they are well proven already, unlike
some batches of vaccines. We don't have to wait for March to get our
Swine Flu vaccine.
Harvard Takes it Back and Says Swine Flu was Oversold
Posted by: Dr. Mercola
January 02 2010
A new analysis from Harvard University, using H1N1 deaths in the U.S.
in the spring and projecting likely outcomes for this fall, suggests
that the swine flu "pandemic" has been oversold.
The new paper suggests swine flu was unlikely to create a severe
epidemic. In light of this, officials have taken many steps that may
have been unnecessary, including mass vaccinations.
It is not clear how H1N1 will act in the coming months, but swine flu
cases seem to have already hit their peak.
ABC News December 8, 2009
Dr. Mercola's Comments:
While many so-called scientific experts have criticized me and others
who have spoken out about the fear-mongering and senseless mass-
vaccination campaign surrounding the swine flu, more of the scientific
community is now coming to the same conclusions we've been talking
about for months.
The swine flu pandemic was a pandemic that never materialized, just
exactly as I predicted.
Now it looks as though the H1N1 scare of 2009 will go down as one of
the biggest government and pharmaceutical scams ever, renewing a
healthy, and necessary, skepticism about government fear-mongering,
the swine flu vaccine and the dubious dealings behind the
implementation of worldwide mass-vaccination programs.
It started last month when British and French media began saying the
H1N1 pandemic has been "hyped" by medical researchers to further their
own cause, boost research grants and line the pockets of drug
Ontario health officials have also declared H1N1 a "dud" pandemic,
stating the huge government investment made so far may have been
unjustified. And now, a new study by researchers at Harvard University
and the Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit in the U.K. is
finding that this "pandemic" was never a cause for alarm.
After analyzing H1N1 deaths in the United States in the spring, then
projecting outcomes for this past fall, they found the fu season
should have been no different than a typical flu season -- and
possibly even milder than average!
Early Studies Showed H1N1 Was NOT Dangerous or Highly Contagious
In the beginning, even before it was declared a level 6 pandemic by
the World Health Organization (WHO), a group of "scientists" were
sounding the alarm that this might indeed be the terrifying, deadly
pandemic they had been expecting for over half a century.
We were told that young, healthy people, pregnant women and small
children were falling ill and quickly dying, and the virus was
spreading rapidly. They even suggested it could mutate into an even
more dangerous form that could kill countless numbers of people.
Well, Dr. Russell Blaylock recently shared some information that shows
health officials knew very early on that H1N1 was probably not much
more of a threat than the seasonal flu that surfaces every year. He
"Once the pandemic had been declared, virologists tested the potency
of this virus using a conventional method, that is, infecting ferrets
with the virus. What they found was that the H1N1 virus was no more
pathogenic than the ordinary seasonal flu, even though it did
penetrate slightly deeper into the lungs.
It in no way matched the pathogenecity of the 1917-1918 H1N1 virus. It
also did not infect other tissues, and especially important, it did
not infect the brain.
Next, they wanted to test the ability of the virus to spread among the
population. The results of their tests were conflicting, but the best
evidence indicated that the virus did not spread to others very well.
In fact, an unpublished study by the CDC found that when one member of
a family contracted the H1N1 virus, other members of the family were
infected only 10% of the time -- a very low communicability."
Of course, nothing sells vaccines like panic, so you likely did not
hear about this in the media. That is, until now.
The CDC Was Way Off … Why are They Still Pushing the Vaccine?
The CDC previously estimated that the U.S. death toll from the swine
flu would be around 90,000. Even using their own bloated numbers --
some 80 percent of which are in all likelihood unrelated to H1N1 --
9,820 people have actually died from H1N1 from April through November.
That would STILL, according to their own statistics stating that the
flu kills 36,000 Americans a year, put us squarely in the middle of
the mildest flu season in recent memory.
Meanwhile, the CDC's own data states that flu activity is continuing
to fall across the United States, with only 11 states still reporting
widespread flu activity as of mid-December.
Yet, they are still touting the H1N1 vaccine as the best way to
protect against this "pandemic" virus.
Well, as the word continues to get out that swine flu is another
"pandemic" that never was … ranking right up there with the bird flu
hoax back in 2005 … it looks as though the CDC is going to have a heck
of a lot of surplus H1N1 vaccines on their hands.
So now they are stating that supplies of H1N1 vaccine are increasing
and many places have opened up vaccination to anyone who wants it.
Fortunately, many do not.
But the U.S. federal government has contracts to purchase 250 million
doses of swine flu vaccine, which may explain why the Los Angeles
Times recently reported that:
"Health officials' biggest fear now is that, with the perception that
the pandemic is waning, many people will decide they don't need the
That the swine flu is "waning" is not a perception, it's a fact, but
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is not giving up
on selling those shots, either. She stated in a news conference:
"We have a wonderful window of opportunity to prevent or lessen a
A third wave?
Excuse me, but we're still waiting for the first and second to show
So it appears the WHO and governments around the world are going to
keep pushing their H1N1 vaccines through the winter and into spring,
even though swine flu cases are dwindling and are nowhere near what
you would call a true, dangerous pandemic.
The latest news confirms that H1N1 peaked in October.
In Britain, health authorities' original worst-case scenario -- which
said as many as 65,000 could die from H1N1 -- has twice been revised
down and the prediction is now for around 1,000 deaths. This is way
below their average annual toll of 4,000 to 8,000 deaths from seasonal
And the National Institute for Health and Welfare in Finland actually
removed swine flu from a list of diseases considered dangerous to the
public -- and that was back in July!
So I have just one further sentiment I'd like to say to the media and
health officials in the United States who are still trying to
perpetuate the swine flu myth:
… It's time to let it go now -- the jig is up.