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Swine Flu Pandemic-What’s wrong with the vaccines?

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swine-fluIt’s very interesting that the primary immunity vaccine manufacturers are interested in- is from lawsuits.

The Institute for Science in Society looks at Swine Flu:

To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate?

The 2009 pandemic strain is milder than the seasonal flu; the most authoritative evidence on flu vaccines is that they are ineffective, and could have a range of adverse side-effects arising from production contaminants and adjuvants; the live attenuated vaccine intended as a nasal spray for children is genetically unstable and risk generating a more dangerous pandemic virus if mass vaccinations are to proceed

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins    Invited Lecture to Conference Autism is Treatable, 11-13 September 2009, Oslo, Norway.

A fully referenced and illustrated version of this report has been submitted to the US FDA, CDC, and Sir Liam Donaldson and can be downloaded.

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September 14, 2009 at 11:05 am

The real pandemic: willful suspension of disbelief

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Lone Ranger 2Americans always expect a “savior” to show up at the last minute to save the day.  Generations of  movies with happy endings, soppy political speeches and focused advertising pitches have not been wasted: Americans’ rose-colored glasses make the targets painted on their chests quite invisible.

Paul Street of ZNet recently commented on a Frank Rich column about the Corporatist “Punking” of America:

In an opinion-editorial bearing the provocative title “Is Obama Punking Us?” Rich notes the absurdity of Republican efforts to frighten the electorate by claiming that Obama is a socialist. “They have it backward,” Frank observes (without bothering to explain what would be wrong with having a socialist president). “The larger fear is that Obama might be just another corporatist, punking voters much as the Republicans do when they claim to be all for the common guy.”  ……

Rich is on to something, no doubt about it. But isn’t a little late in the game for the Sunday Times’ reigning “left liberal” to be figuring this basic sort of stuff out? When exactly did he wake up to the discomfiting but elementary and long-understood fact that American “representative democracy” is crippled by “too much [corporate and military] representation” and “too little [actual popular] democracy” (Arundhati Roy)? It’s more than a century past the time when the prolific American philosopher John Dewey darkly noted (in the age of U.S. Steel. JP Morgan, Social Darwinism, and the Billion Dollar Congress) that “politics is the shadow cast on American society by big business.” ……

….what has U.S. President Barack Obama (endorsed by the Times as a change candidate before 2008 election) – Mr. “Change” himself – tried to accomplish other than to make the American corporate profits system “work more efficiently” without “dismantling the [capitalist] framework” and with power (and wealth) still concentrated “at the top?”

I admit to doubting that Americans will ever wake from their self-imposed hypnosis. At least until they and their ragged childen must roam the streets for scraps.  What is certain is that the Lone Ranger will not be coming this time.

The Establishment Against the Rest of Us

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death6Catherine Austin Fitts who served as managing director and member of the board of directors of the Wall Street investment bank Dillon, Read & Co. Inc., and in the first Bush administration with HUD, has written a chilling- and sadly not surprising- blog entry about government machinations, Swine flu, vaccinations and de-population.

That’s right: de-population.   She writes:

As my efforts to find ways of reengineering government investment in communities failed to win political support, Washington and Wall Street moved forward with a debt bubble and globalization that was horrifying in its implications for humanity.

 Overwhelmed by what was happening, I estimated the end result. My simple calculations guessed that we were going to achieve economic sustainability on Earth by depopulating down to a population of approximately 500 million people from our then current global population of 6 billion.  I was a portfolio strategist used to looking at numbers from a very high level. Those around me could not fathom how all the different threads I was integrating could lead to such a conclusion.  To me, we had to have radical change in how we governed resources or depopulate. It was a mathematical result.

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Written by laudyms

July 27, 2009 at 3:19 pm