CDC to American Public: New Pandemic On the Way! No, really. No, really, We Mean it this time! No, REALLY!

“I wish they had tested and that I knew for sure whether they had it. I’m not anxious to give them an experimental vaccine if they don’t need it.”

However, the CDC recommendation for those who had “probable” or “presumed” H1N1 flu to go ahead and get vaccinated anyway means the relatively small proportion of those who actually did have H1N1 flu will be getting the vaccine unnecessarily. This exposes them to rare but significant side effects, such as paralysis from Guillain-Barre syndrome.


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Headline: Upwards of 98 percent of diagnosed “swine flu” cases, not actually “swine flu,” learns the always astonished media. And they still want you to trust the CDC when they tell you to continue to BE AFRAID and take any new vaccines they spew out of their fear factory.

Extra! Extra!: CBS News Sort of Does Some Investigating, And Still Misses the Point! The point being, there is no, was no, will be no specific “swine flu.” There will be just another year of life in which some people get sick, and some don’t.

It’s worth noting that the CDC refused to cooperate with CBS News’ requests for information about their paranoiac flu scare. CBS even invoked the Freedom of Information Act to get our CDC to cough up a few facts. But the CDC wouldn’t give. Not to us, the dupes who pay their immense salaries and tremble in terror at their evergreen promise of damnation by bird, pig, snail or sex pandemic.

Did we mention that the CDC is a criminal organization?

From CBS News:

CBS News learned that the decision to stop counting H1N1 flu cases was made so hastily that states weren’t given the opportunity to provide input. Instead, on July 24, the Council for State and Territorial Epidemiologists, CSTE, issued the following notice to state public health officials on behalf of the CDC:

“Attached are the Q&As that will be posted on the CDC website tomorrow explaining why CDC is no longer reporting case counts for novel H1N1. CDC would have liked to have run these by you for input but unfortunately there was not enough time before these needed to be posted.”

When CDC did not provide us with the material, we filed a Freedom of Information request with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). More than two months later, the request has not been fulfilled. We also asked CDC for state-by-state test results prior to halting of testing and tracking, but CDC was again, initially, unresponsive.

That’s unwelcome news for a Marietta, Georgia mom whose two children were diagnosed with “probable” H1N1 flu over the summer. She hoped that would mean they wouldn’t need the hastily developed H1N1 flu vaccine. However, since their cases were never confirmed with lab tests, the CDC advises they get the vaccine.

“I wish they had tested and that I knew for sure whether they had it. I’m not anxious to give them an experimental vaccine if they don’t need it.”

H1N1 False Positive Trail

[Trail of False Positives for “Swine Flu.” So What’s New?]

Speaking to CBS’ “60 Minutes,” CDC Director Dr. Frieden said he has confidence that the vaccine will be safe and effective: “We’re confident it will be effective we have every reason to believe that it will be safe.”

However, the CDC recommendation for those who had “probable” or “presumed” H1N1 flu to go ahead and get vaccinated anyway means the relatively small proportion of those who actually did have H1N1 flu will be getting the vaccine unnecessarily. This exposes them to rare but significant side effects, such as paralysis from Guillain-Barre syndrome.

It also uses up vaccine, which is said to be in short supply. The CDC was hoping to have shipped 40 million doses by the end of October, but only about 30 million doses will be available this month.

The CDC did not response to questions from CBS News for this report.”

And now, a saner interpretation, from Dr. Matt Irwin:

If someone told you that 98 to 99% of people diagnosed with swine flu actually did not have it, you would probably say they were misguided or had simply lost their senses. However, that is what a 3 month CBS investigation found, just published three days ago, on October 21, 2009.

Furthermore, in 86 to 93% of these “probable” or “presumed” swine flu cases, regular seasonal influenza did not cause the symptoms, either.

The vast majority of people diagnosed with the swine flu today most likely have a viral syndrome similar to the common cold. This confirms the message I sent out last May with similar complaints about swine flu false positives, and the fact that there are no specific symptoms to tell you who has what illness. It also suggests that regular influenza has no specific symptoms, and that the belief that the swine flu is worse than the regular flu, or any other type of illness, is false.

More on recent historical flu and flu scares.

Liam

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