While the world wide corporate owned media keep ratcheting up the fear of a pandemic and Egypt has commenced to kill all its pigs for the fear of a non existent deadly virus the real news slowly trickles through on the internet; While the flu spreads world wide at an alarming rate it turns out only 7 people died of the “Swine flu” in Mexico. Not nice for those who died but hardly the deadly pandemic we have been lead to believe would decimate the human population and for which the US homeland security has now been given the powers to both “immunise” and “quarantine” citizens forcibly.
In New Zealand on stuff.co.nz. the milder face (with only seven deaths in Mexico I put it to you that it is a mild form of flu period) is discussed while John Key worries not about the human cost but about the economic backlash as NZ was one of the first countries outside of Mexico to import this new fangled virus. (Pork roast last week was on special at only $ 6.99). I liked what Vernon Small of the Dominion post has to say about our National debt and it’s recent history. And this while Stuff.co.nz coos that the Federal Reserve of New York tells us that the recession is easing.
The real news however being the fact that the international banksters have been robbing the worlds population of trillions of dollars, the worlds economy is collapsing and the US economy is shrinking at the alarming rate of more than 6% per quarter and that torture memo’s show that the US and their puppets did torture and did so well before the date acknowledged and the fact that Darth Cheney confessed on TV and that memo’s clearly show that Condi Rice gave the orders have been conveniently wiped of the front pages.
Let’s above all not forget who makes the big profits of this much hyped non event. Oh oops, Rumsfeld and some of his elitist palls.
And isn’t this quaint, all of a sudden it’s no longer called the Swine flu any more it is now officially called; the 2009 H1N1. Doesn’t have quite the same alarming ring to it doesn’t it.
This is what writer and Economist William Engdahl has to say about it:
If we are to believe what our trusted international media report, the world is on the brink of a global pandemic outbreak of a new deadly strain of flu, H1N1 as it has been labelled, or more popularly, Swine Flu. As the story goes, the outbreak of the deadly flu was first discovered in Mexico. According to press reports, after several days, headlines reported as many as perhaps 150 deaths in Mexico were believed caused by this virulent people-killing pig virus that has spread to humans and now is allegedly being further spread from human to human. Cases were being reported hourly from Canada to Spain and beyond. The only thing wrong with this story is that it is largely based on lies, hype and coverup of possible real causes of Mexican deaths.
One website, revealingly named Swine Flu Vaccine, reports the alarming news, ‘One out of every five residents of Mexico’s most populous city wore masks to protect themselves against the virus as Mexico City seems to be the epicenter of the outbreak. As many as 103 deaths have been attributed to the swine flu so far with many more feared to be on the horizon. The health department of Mexico said an additional 1,614 reported cases have been documented.’ We are told that the H1N1 ‘shares genetic material from human, avian and swine influenza viruses.’1
Airports around the world have installed passenger temperature scans to identify anyone with above normal body temperature as possible suspect for swine flu. Travel to Mexico has collapsed. Sales of flu vaccines, above all Tamiflu from Roche Inc., have exploded in days. People have stopped buying pork fearing certain death. The World Health Organization has declared a ‘a public health emergency of international concern,’ defined by them as ‘an occurrence or imminent threat of illness or health conditions caused by bioterrorism, epidemic or pandemic disease, or highly fatal infectious agents or toxins that pose serious risk to a significant number of people.’2
What are the symptoms of this purported Swine Flu? That’s not at all clear according to virologists and public health experts. They say Swine Flu symptoms are relatively general and nonspecific. ‘So many different things can cause these symptoms. it is a dilemma,’ says one doctor interviewed by CNN. ‘There is not a perfect test right now to let a doctor know that a person has the Swine Flu.’ It has been noted that most individuals with Swine Flu had an early on set of fever. Also it was common to see dizziness, body aches and vomiting in addition to the common sneezing, headache and other cold symptoms. These are symptoms so general as to say nothing.