The Infection Deception

Zag: Just a week or so before that, a New York Supreme Court judge issued a restraining order against the state, ordering it not to enforce the controversial mandatory vaccination on health care personnel.

And then there’s the ultimate zig and zag: The government stops counting the numbers of swine flu cases via lab tests. Its “assumed” numbers get zonked by the nation’s leading TV investigative team. This is next followed by a declaration of a national emergency. And then, the CDC suddenly triples the death count overnight from 1,615 to 4,000 on November 11, 2009.

Eventually, all such cases of cogni¬tive dissonance must get resolved: either there is outright deception underlying the governmental programs at the national and international levels – one designed to panic populations into believing that the influenza is more serious than it actually is, so that they will take the “jab” – or the federal government, the WHO (World Health Organization), and the CDC have lost their ability to think clearly about human biology or count past 100.

This article seeks to discover the reasons for these strange doings, and asks key unanswered questions that now bedevil this controversy.

In our survey of the data derived primarily from mainstream media sources, it appears that four pillars of evidence point to a massive disjunction between the facts and government rhetoric that trumpets a national emergency whose only solution is the largest vaccination drive in 60 years.

1. First of all, the alleged epidemic is – thus far – almost a nonevent; it prevalence and virulence are comparable to those of a typical seasonal flu.

2. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) is directly suppressing products that boost immunity in the population, making Americans even more vulnerable to other infections, and even to H1N1 itself. This issue is, by the way, just another species of the paradigm war waged by mainstream allopathic medicine against alternative medicine that we map out in our book, A Return To Healing: Health Care Reform and the Future of Medicine (Origin Press, 2009).

3. Immunization programs for flu have never been shown to be effective.

4. Considerable evidence points to the possibility that the flu vaccines are more dangerous that the diseases they purport to protect us from.

Let’s consider each of the four areas.

Is the Current Strain of H1N1 Really a Threat?

From the outset, WHO Director General Dr. Margaret Chan seemed almost eager for a pandemic to call her very own, when she declared on April 29, 2009 – with very scanty evidence in hand – that a “global outbreak is imminent.” Chan’s initial declaration was based on the alleged fact that, as she said, “So far, 176 people have been killed in Mexico.”

Unfortunately, this crucial number turned out to be highly misleading. Soon after her announcement, only seven deaths were shown by lab analysis to result from the H1N1 swine flu strain, according to the Mexican Ministry of Health. A week later the official toll was scaled down to 19. This was a sketchy way to launch a global pandemic.

A similar rush to judgment occurred in New York city in late April 2009, when several hundred children were quickly categorized as having the H1N1 influenza; yet in none of these cases was the diagnosis corroborated by a laboratory test.

The mild, new strain was certainly communicable, and it did manage to travel around the world to numerous countries. By June 11, Chan had raise the level of influenza pandemic alert to Phase 6, the highest possible – making it the first flu pandemic declaration in 41 years.

How could this escalation to a global pandemic of the worst sort possible happen so quickly, in less than two months from the outbreak?

According to our investigation, the WHO was in part enabled to declare a “global flu pandemic” of the worst sort because – by virtue of sheer and utter coincidence – WHO officials had a month earlier changed the very definitionof the word pandemic to something much more benign. We have ascertained that this occurred sometime during May 2009, or early June, in time for the Phase 6 designation.

Our archival search shows that by as late as May 1, 2009, a pandemic was defined at the WHO website in just the way that it has long been understood to mean – as a worldwide epidemic “with enormous numbers of deaths and illness.” Somehow during the period between May 1 and the June 11 announcement of a Phase 6 pandemic, the requirement of enormous virulence was quietly struckfrom the definition. The definition of pandemic now posted at the WHO site reads: “A disease epidemic occurs when there are more cases of that disease than normal. A pandemic is a worldwide epidemic of a disease.”4

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