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Resources to Combat Swine Flu Hysteria


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Madalena
- 3459 days ago - brasschecktv.com
1. Math. The greater Mexico City Metropolitan area has a population of 22 million people according to Wikipedia. Many millions of them live in crushing poverty, poor health and with poor sanitary conditions. 1,000 "cases" (which is higher than the so-f



   

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Madalena L (448)
Tuesday April 28, 2009, 5:45 pm
Resources to combat swine flu hysteria

#1. Math.

The greater Mexico City Metropolitan area has a population of 22 million people according to Wikipedia.

Many millions of them live in crushing poverty, poor health and with poor sanitary conditions.

1,000 "cases" (which is higher than the so-far reported number) equals 0.005% of the population. 60 deaths equals 0.0003% of the population.

#2 Deaths?

Of the few deaths, no one has mentioned who these casualties are. Are they elderly or infirm people who could just as easily be killed by the common cold or a slip and fall? It makes a difference.

#3 The long history of government/pharmaceutical industry scams

These guys have tried to institute national flu vaccination programs before. The last time was 1976 (under Gerald Ford). The public recognized the foolishness and danger involved in accepting the government vaccine and rejected it. The much-threatened "pandemic" never happened.

http://www.salon.com/env/feature/2009/04/28/1976_swine_flu/

If you missed yesterday's video on how the US government has been positioning itself to FORCE its population to accept a flu vaccination, I strongly recommend you watch this:




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Tuesday April 28, 2009, 5:47 pm
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Wednesday April 29, 2009, 12:44 am
Mexico's Health Secretary has described those who died as being those who are in the usually less vulnerable young and mid-adult range rather than the normally more vulnerable elderly and infant categories. So far it seems that this particular strain of flu isn't only deadly to those who are already weakened and unhealthy.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/04/28/swine.flu.international/index.html?eref=time_health

"Mexican authorities said there were at least 1,614 suspected or confirmed cases, with 400 people requiring hospitalization and at least 103 deaths linked to the outbreak since April 13. Most of the cases have been concentrated in young people between the ages of 18 and 40."

http://www.newsday.com/news/printedition/longisland/ny-hsflu2712700887apr26,0,7322925.story

Panic is hardly a helpful response; however, a serious concern may help avoid greater spread of this virus. And that's the goal - to avoid any potential pandemic of any kind through early detection and spread prevention.
 

Teresa del Castillo (1519)
Wednesday May 6, 2009, 2:11 pm
Mexico is more damaged by the BAD RED MEDIA than by the flu.

Soemone wants more poor people in Mexico? Who? Why?
 
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