August 12, 2010 Leave a comment
June 8, 2010 Leave a comment
A stunning new report reveals that top scientists who convinced the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare H1N1 a global pandemic held close financial ties to the drug companies that profited from the sale of those vaccines. Read more of this post
December 1, 2009 Leave a comment
The pandemic H1N1 flu virus was confirmed in a flock of breeder turkeys in Virginia — the first U.S. case involving turkeys, the U.S. Agriculture Department said Monday.
The virus also has been found in hogs, three house cats, pet ferrets and a cheetah in California. USDA said infections of turkeys have been reported in Canada and Chile.
“This is the first detection of 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza in turkeys in the United States,” said a USDA spokesperson. Read more of this post
November 27, 2009 Leave a comment
Pushing it to the limit during exercise increases ones chance of breaking down with the flu, and with Swine Flu among us this year is it worth the risk?
Individuals who take part in running races have higher flu and injury rates than their counterparts who trained for the race but did not run it according to current research. In general healthy adults have less to fear of swine flu than children, the elderly, or individuals suffering from other illness, but an overworked athlete is an easy target for the flu. Read more of this post
November 27, 2009 Leave a comment
Danish journalists who expertly examined the links between the World Health Organization (WHO) and the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, who gained wealth by selling drugs to counter the disease have reached the conclusion that the Swine Flu Pandemic may be the most ambitious scam and corruption of our time.
In any case, the enormous commercial aspect of the “swine flu scare” is already evident. It turns out, for example, that many scientists who sit on various committees of WHO, carefully concealed the fact that they receive money from the giant pharmaceutical companies of the world. Read more of this post
November 18, 2009 Leave a comment
An explosive outbreak of influenza in Ukraine is worrying EU member nations that border it, observers say.
Kiev has issued a call for international help in obtaining anti-viral drugs, saying 71 people have died in the past week and another 240 people hospitalized in serious condition among more than 250,000 reported cases of flu-like infection, the EUobserver reported Wednesday.
The publication said blood tests have not confirmed the presence of the H1N1 variety known as “swine flu,” but the rapid pace of the infections have prompted a high level of concern among Ukraine’s neighbours. Read more of this post
November 14, 2009 Leave a comment
I was privileged to come across a video that confirmed info that pertains to facts on the H1N1 vaccine inserts.
Privileged because I have read online in more than one place, statements associating with the inserts and now to see a doctor corroborate such, in living colour, one can only draw the obvious conclusion. This is information provided by the manufacturers detailing the pro and cons of the particular product for the particular risk group(s). Read more of this post
November 2, 2009 Leave a comment
Damage control is the name of the game in Berlin on Monday as politicians rush to deny that they are receiving a better, safer swine flu vaccine than ordinary Germans. The first of 50 million doses arrived in Germany on Monday.
One might think that the arrival in Germany of the first of 50 million doses of swine flu vaccine on Monday might be cause for celebration. But with news breaking over the weekend that top government officials in Berlin will be injected with an alternative vaccine — one widely seen as safer — a debate about an alleged two-class medical system has erupted. Read more of this post
October 29, 2009 1 Comment
German newspaper Spiegel Online reports that German Chancellor Angela Merkel and government ministers will receive a special, additive-free H1N1 vaccine. “The Vakzin [vaccine] does not contain disputed additives — contrary to the vaccine for the remainder of the population,” reports the newspaper. Read more of this post
October 29, 2009 Leave a comment
The swine flu vaccine has been hit by new cancer fears after a German health expert gave a shock warning about its safety.
Lung specialist Wolfgang Wodarg has said that there are many risks associated with the vaccine for the H1N1 virus. He has grave reservations about the firm Novartis who are developing the vaccine and testing it in Germany. The vaccination is injected “with a very hot needle”, Wodarg said.
The nutrient solution for the vaccine consists of cancerous cells from animals and “we do not know if there could be an allergic reaction”. But more importantly, some people fear that the risk of cancer could be increased by injecting the cells. Read more of this post
October 23, 2009 Leave a comment
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries can expect the first shipment of the HINI vaccine to arrive in the region in late November, as they prepare for further attacks from the virus known as swine flu.
The vaccine will provide immunisation for CARCIOM’s most vulnerable groups – children, pregnant mothers, persons suffering from Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases and young people – against an anticipated second attack of the virus later this year.
“The bad news is this virus is expected to intensify its attack during the colder months of December to January; the good news is that the Caribbean is more prepared to deal this virus the second time around as most member states are seeking to acquire the vaccine,” said Dr Rudolph Cummings, CARICOM Secretariat’s Programme Manager, Health Sector Development. Read more of this post
October 15, 2009 Leave a comment
A Cuban blogger who has criticized her government has been denied permission to travel to New York to pick up a prestigious journalism award Wednesday.
Yoani Sanchez writes a blog that gets more than 1 million hits from around the globe every month, and Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world last year.
So when Columbia University said it would award her the Maria Moors Cabot Prize special citation, Sanchez asked the Cuban government for permission to travel to New York this week. The government said no. Read more of this post
October 10, 2009 1 Comment
It could take years for the World Health Organisation to downgrade the H1N1 flu from a pandemic to seasonal-like virus, the U.N. agency said on Friday.
The WHO moved its six-point pandemic alert level to the top rung in June [ID:nLC321991] in response to the spread of the new virus widely known as swine flu, which has killed at least 4,500 people, especially in North America.
WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl said that health warning would stay in place until people can better fend off infection from the H1N1 strain.
“At some point in the future, there would be a recognition of the fact that if it’s no longer circulating on a sustainable basis in communities. Then you would lower the pandemic level,” he said, while stressing: “There is absolutely no indication yet of that happening.” Read more of this post
October 9, 2009 1 Comment
Health freedom attorney Jim Turner is filing a lawsuit in Washington D.C. mid-day Friday in an urgent effort to halt the distribution of the swine flu vaccine in America. On behalf of plaintiffs Dr. Gary Null and other licensed health care workers of New York State, the lawsuit charges that the FDA violated the law in its hasty approval of four swine flu vaccines by failing to scientifically determine neither the safety nor efficacy of the vaccines.
“The suit will seek an injunction against the FDA from approving the vaccine,” attorney Jim Turner told NaturalNews on Thursday evening’s Natural News Talk Hour show. “And the core of the argument is that they have not done the proper safety and efficacy tests on the vaccine to allow it to be release at this time.”
The suit seeks to not only nullify the FDA’s unlawful “approval” of the four H1N1 influenza vaccines, but to also ask the court to issue an injunction that would halt any mandatory vaccination requirements. Read more of this post
October 7, 2009 Leave a comment
Last week, many of the aboriginal people in the remote west coast village of Ahousaht were innoculated with the tamiflu vaccine. Today, over a hundred of them are sick, and the sickness is spreading.
September 25, 2009 Leave a comment
Barbadians from all walks of life were able to hear Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joy St. John on CBC TV Tuesday night confirming 73 cases of the H1N1 which represent ‘only a fraction of the real figure’ and the overwhelming pressure being place on the polyclinics and the hospital due to the upsurge.
As I sat listening to the lady, waiting for some concrete measures, the Ministry of Health would be undertaking to dealt with the ongoing flu-like symptoms which in some if not all cases would translate into the H1N1 influenza virus, the most the Chief could recommend was increase treatment for high-risk groups. Extending it to children under 5 years and persons with chronic illness like diabetes, asthma and sickle cell. Nothing about isolating persons in a separate facility! Read more of this post
September 15, 2009 Leave a comment
A look inside the swine flu vaccine.
- aluminum hydroxide
- aluminum phosphate
- ammonium sulfate
- amphotericin B
- animal tissues: pig blood, horse blood, rabbit brain
- dog kidney, monkey kidney,
- chick embryo, chicken egg, duck egg
- calf (bovine)serum
- fetal bovine serum
- formaldehyde Read more of this post
September 15, 2009 2 Comments
With all this swine flu, H1N1, vaccine, pandemic talk, the following is an eye opener for those who may not be aware of what is found in a vaccine.
Implicated as a cause of brain damage; suspected factor in Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, seizures and comas. Allergic can occur on the skin.
Ammonium Sulfate [ salt ]
Suspected gastrointestinal, liver, nerve and respiratory system poison.
Known to cause cancer. Suspected gastrointestinal, liver, nerve and respiratory, skin and sense organ poison. Read more of this post