Monday, October 13, 2008

Flu Season Follies: CDC Cans Fear...again

Is there a chance now that Americans are beginning to question some of the sour influenza bunk public health officials have been feeding Americans each year? No. That's why this video was recently smuggled in past US Customs agents directly from the CBC. (Canadian Broadcasting Company)

People might recall 'The Big Whiff' of 2003? That year the statistics failed to support the health claims that flu shot works by protecting people against the flu. The US CDC was forced to admit the flu shot offered 0% protection. Think the reason was related to disease mutation of some other futuristic alteration of the universe?

Wrong. The proclaimed experts were forced to admit they got the wrong strain of influenza. But any flu strain is supposed to trigger an antibody response. That's why we're supposed to trust public authorities. That's 0% protection against the flu and lots of bio hazardous waste.

The 2004 flu vaccine was cancelled due to serratia bacteria contamination. The US supply was not halted for our protection by the US FDA, but rather the UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. Serratia is a serious lung bacteria which causes pneumonia and renal infections.

US FDA documents indicated that the plant was visited in 2003, but no action was taken. Sounds like a harmless situation easily covered by spray cleaner and a roll of paper towels? Wrong. Just to make sure American flu vaccine marketeers understood the severity of the serratia contamination problems, the MHRA revoked the Liverpool plant's flu vaccine license preventing them from making any more product until the plant was disinfected.

National Institutes of Health researchers did a clinical study of the flu shot and concluded that it does NOT save lives. They reported there had been no change in influenza-related mortality in the elderly during the years 1980 to 2001, despite a greater than fourfold increase in vaccine coverage!

The US CDC was extremely disgraced by creating the bird flu scare. Among the reasons? Scientists at Seoul National University in South Korea fed an extract of kimchi, a spicy Korean variant of sauerkraut, to 13 chickens infected with avian flu, and a week later, 11 of the birds started to recover.

And finally, another great disgrace was a British Medical Journal article written by Harvard grad student Peter Doshi. He pointed out that the CDC states that the historic 1968-9 'Hong Kong flu' pandemic killed 34 000 Americans. At the same time, CDC claims 36 000 Americans annually die from flu. Doshi asked, "What is going on?"

Americans should know that uptake of flu shots is not benign.

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