The Next Distraction
Wake me up when the fake pandemic is over with. Oh wait it looks like it might be time. Yeah,
I call it a fake pandemic because I knew the media was really pushing this, but I did not know by how much till I came across these articles.
[quote]Questions and Answers Regarding Estimating Deaths from Influenza in the United States
How many people die from flu each year in the United States?
The number of influenza-associated (i.e., flu-related) deaths varies from year to year because flu seasons often fluctuate in length and severity. CDC estimated that about 36,000 people died of flu-related causes each year, on average, during the 1990s in the United States. This figure includes people dying from complications of flu. This estimate came from a 2003 study published in the Journal of the American Medication Association (JAMA), which looked at the 1990-91 through the 1998-99 flu seasons . Statistical modeling was used to estimate how many flu-related deaths occurred among people whose underlying cause of death on their death certificate was listed as a respiratory or circulatory disease. During these years, the number of estimated deaths ranged from 17,000 to 52,000.
In 2009, CDC published additional estimates of flu-related deaths comparing different methods, including the methods used in the 2003 JAMA study. The seasons studied included the 1993-94 through the 2002-03 flu seasons . Results from this study showed that during this time period, 36,171 flu-related deaths occurred per year, on average.
How did CDC estimate that an average of 36,000 people die in the U.S. each year from flu?
This statistic came from a 2003 JAMA study by CDC scientists . The study used statistical modeling to estimate that during 9 influenza seasons from 1990-91 through 1998-99, an annual average of 36,000 flu-related deaths occurred among people whose underlying cause of death on their death certificate was listed as a respiratory or circulatory disease. A 2009 study that appeared in the journal Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses made a similar estimate for the 10 influenza seasons from 1993 to 2003 .
That is 3000 people per month that die of the regular influenza, but here we were getting death con 5 warnings from the CDC or WHO because I think 1 person died in the States? Don't get me wrong, every death matters, but it was a forced scenario and I kept wondering why? Was it just to see how people would react? To distract them from something else? To test the waters for the next big plague? They have spent the last two years trying to whip everyone into a frenzy about Avian Flu. Getting us mentally prepared that a global plague is inevitable. (Only if you make it so.)
They have their vials of Tamil flu ready and waiting, for them to make money, and to what make the public better? Many people question taking flu shots and there is good reason to, but that's another thread.
Does anyone else wonder what the real purpose of this distraction was? I mean people have been predicting it for some time. I have a much over due blog post about it, but it seems like they are going over board with the distractions.
Let's look at the year in review.
First we had the economic collapse. Remember the daily headlines? Economy expected to get worst, could be years before recovery, bleak times ahead, blah, blah, blah. That didn't exactly work. It worked for a time, but I don't think people are in the mood for another great depression.
They recently tried the low flying planes over New York to scare people into submission. It upset people more than scared them, so the Osama fake terror Bin Laden Bogeyman is not working like it use to, but they do keep trying.
Then we had plague the next distraction, and that also does not seem to have worked. I think people are just tired of it. I know I am.
Oh also is anyone else wondering how Swine Flu, Avian Flu, Human Influenza, came together, and the combination came from 2 different continents?
[quote]EVERY Media source is leading with “Swine Flu” or “Swine Influenza”… Why? Or Why should anyone care?
Well, if you dig a little bit, you will find that the influenza outbreak in Mexico City and the US are a mutation of FOUR Viruses form THREE Continents… AND…
Creates a very “novel” strain that is not SWINE FLU… it is HUMAN-Avian-Swine-Flu!
It Is The Feared BIRD FLU Mutated to HUMANS and is being passed Human to Human… that is WHY it should not be dismissed as “JUST” another Swine Flu… because it is not!
And more IMPORTANT is Where and How did this thing Evolve and End Up in Mexico City? See my posts on the Baxter Cover-up that involves the World Health Organization…
The Avian Swine Flu Strain Created in the Lab[/quote]
[quote]No Surprise: Flu Virus a Mixture of Swine, Human, and Avian Virus TypesWhen what is now called a “swine flu” was first reported last week to be infecting, and killing some people in Mexico, health officials noted it was a strain of flu never before seen. In fact, it is technically incorrect to call this simply a “swine” flu. Analyses showed it’s a mixture of swine, human and avian viruses, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Also, it is genetically different from the fully human H1N1 seasonal influenza virus that has been circulating globally for the past few years. After a review of the evidence, there is one conclusion: the new flu virus contains DNA from avian, swine viruses (including elements from European and Asian viruses) and human viruses.
So did this curious mixture just develop naturally, out of the blue? Is it the result of inhumane farming practices, as the Humane Society of the United States (http://www.hsus.org/) has suggested, that exposes immune-compromised pigs to all sorts of animal and human feces?
Well, maybe. But let’s go back and look at the facts to see if any other scenario could be possible.
First of all, there’s the troublesome detail that the virus has elements that come from multiple continents. Then there’s the fact that true swine flu is only rarely transmissible to humans — this flu is spreading human-to-human, most likely because it contains DNA from human flu.
Could someone have deliberately mixed these viruses together? Is that possible? Absolutely.[/quote]
Baxter: Product contained live bird flu virus
People familiar with biosecurity rules are dismayed by evidence that human H3N2 and avian H5N1 viruses somehow co-mingled in the Orth-Donau facility. That is a dangerous practice that should not be allowed to happen, a number of experts insisted.
Accidental release of a mixture of live H5N1 and H3N2 viruses could have resulted in dire consequences. While H5N1 doesn’t easily infect people, H3N2 viruses do. If someone exposed to a mixture of the two had been simultaneously infected with both strains, he or she could have served as an incubator for a hybrid virus able to transmit easily to and among people.
That mixing process, called reassortment, is one of two ways pandemic viruses are created. There is no suggestion that happened because of this accident, however. “We have no evidence of any reassortment, that any reassortment may have occurred,” said Andraghetti. “And we have no evidence of any increased transmissibility of the viruses that were involved in the experiment with the ferrets in the Czech Republic.” [/quote]
Wow live virus samples in that could have incubated and could have become a pandemic virus.
So what's next? Project Blue Beam? Holograms across the globe? Are we going to get a taste of their UFO's? Secret government air craft that they have been keeping a secret just like the stealth boomers?
Who knows what the next distraction will be. What will they use to keep control of the sheep?
What will they do to scare them?
Much like a soap opera, I am starting to loose interest. Thanks to your programing people to have become so attention deficient that they have the attention spans of three year olds, most people have probably also lost interest as well.
Well till it's time for the next distraction.
"And in case I don't see ya.... good afternoon, good evening, and goodnight." The Truman Show.