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The H1N1 virus has spawned widespread panic and fear throughout the world.
However, upon closer examination, many of the claims made by
the World Health Organization (WHO) seem to be based on weak and
incomplete data. The Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) has created and used data to grossly exaggerate the
need for an expensive and unnecessary vaccine aimed at creating
profits for the pharmaceutical industry - not protecting Americans.
In some countries the WHO recommended that the H1N1
vaccination be mandatory. However, most people were unaware that the
data used by the WHO was faulty at best.
President Obama’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology released a report that,
Responding to such terrifying
language, Massachusetts’s legislation introduced hefty fines and
prison sentences for those who refused to be vaccinated. The US
military was expected to have an active role in this health
This faulty data and much more like it from around the globe
was given to the WHO, who in turn used the numbers to justify a
Yet despite the suspicious changes, there was no attempt to improve the process of data collection in terms of laboratory confirmation. In fact quite the opposite occurred. Following the Phase 6 pandemic announcement, the CDC decided that data collection of individual confirmed and probable cases was no longer necessary to determine the spread of swine flu.
The WHO ignored the change in data collection and that same month predicted with authority that,
The report created an atmosphere
of fear and insecurity.
The inaccurate data collection exaggerated numbers of infected people due to the CDC’s quantitative model created in July 2009.
From April 15 to July 24, 2009, states reported a total of 43,771
confirmed and probable cases of novel influenza A (H1N1) infection.
Of these reported cases, 5,011 people were hospitalized and 302
These estimations caused an inaccurate and basically made-up figure of infections.
The CDC recognized early in the outbreak that, once
the disease was widespread, it would be more valuable to transition
to standard surveillance systems to monitor illness,
hospitalizations, and deaths.
Using the CDC model approach, it is estimated that more than one million people became ill with novel H1N1 flu between April and June 2009 in the United States. Since these estimates are not based on confirmed illness, the numbers can grow and shrink at the whim of those controlling the model. The CDC’s model simulations and predictions of the spread of H1N1 swine flu are then used to plan the implementation of a nationwide vaccination program.
Based on the model’s “predictions,” mass
vaccination of half of the US population is required, with the
possible provision for quarantines under civilian and/or military
The Agence France-Presse reported that the United States put in orders for the vaccine that would cover between 30 and 78 percent of Americans.
As a result, the pharmaceutical industry gained massive
profits from Americans who purchased an unnecessary and potentially
dangerous vaccine in large quantities.
An accurate method of counting infected people has to be created in time for the next pandemic, should one hit, in order to better serve the needs of the public. It is also important to warn the public on the dangers of untested H1N1 flu vaccines. The WHO cannot accurately serve the people it claims to serve without the cooperation of groups like the CDC.
Sadly, the CDC is not protecting humanity because it is too busy expanding the bottom line of the pharmaceutical industry.