by Mike Adams
the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
October 28, 2009
Swine flu infections have peaked out in
the USA, even before drug companies could get their vaccines
injected into everyone. According to CDC findings announced recently
in Atlanta, one in five U.S. children have already experienced the
flu this month, and most of those were likely H1N1 swine flu cases,
the CDC says.
This comes from a survey of over 10,000 U.S. households conducted by
Meanwhile, flu vaccine shipments are way behind schedule. There have
been supply problems from the start, and as of right now, relatively
few Americans have yet been injected with the swine flu vaccine.
(Many have stood in line for hours trying to be injected, but were
told to go home with the vaccine ran out.)
Out of nearly 14,000 suspected flu cases tested during the week
ending on October 10, 2009, 99.6% of those were influenza A, and the
vast majority of those were H1N1 swine flu infections. (http://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/)
This is a very strong indication that swine flu infections have
peaked during October, 2009.
Further supporting that notion, researchers from Purdue University
just published a paper in the October 15 issue of
Eurosurveillance (a science journal
about communicable disease) in which researchers stated that the
H1N1 swine flu epidemic would peak during "week 42" (the end of
October). Week 42 just passed. It's over.
The AJC is also reporting this week that
swine flu is "retreating" in Georgia,
where hospital visits from the flu are markedly down and fewer
illnesses are being reported in schools, too.
Even the WHO is
reporting a downward trend in many
"In tropical areas of the world,
rates of illness are generally declining, with a few exceptions
...In tropical Asia, of the countries that are reporting this
week, all report decreases in respiratory disease activity."
Meanwhile, even as the swine flu
infection peaks out, the shortage of swine flu vaccines means few
people have yet been vaccinated.
The shortage is causing "chaos" in
clinics across the country, news reports say, and flu vaccination
events have been cancelled due to the non-arrival of expected
And what, exactly, is causing this shortage of vaccines? According
to Health and Human Services Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius, they're
being caused by "production failures" at the drug manufacturing
Is she serious? People are lining up to be injected with chemicals
made by companies that are suffering "production failures?" If these
companies can't meet the production targets they already promised,
how can we expect them to meet the safety targets they promised?
The bigger point, though, is that by the time vaccines are available
for everyone, most people will have already been exposed to the H1N1
virus and therefore won't even need a vaccine. There's also evidence
that previous exposure to seasonal flu may confer some
natural immunity to H1N1, meaning
that vaccines may be redundant from the start.
Delivering vaccines to the public after the pandemic peaks and wanes
is sort of like putting on your seatbelt after a head-on collision.
(This metaphor assumes, just for the moment, that swine flu vaccines
actually work. Even though they don't.)
Through the coming holiday season, we'll all get to watch the
CDC, the FDA and drug companies desperately try to push
vaccines onto people, most of whom are already immune to H1N1
because they were exposed during the peak of the pandemic. This will
be quite entertaining to observe because you'll get to watch health
authorities in action, attempting to fabricate an emergency when the
pandemic threat has already faded.
To maximize vaccinations (and therefore
Big Pharma revenues), they'll need
to keep pushing the pandemic fears through the winter months while
hoping that no one notices the H1N1 pandemic has evaporated.
Predictably, the big push at that point will be based on the
"Even if you were already exposed to
H1N1, getting a vaccine shot can't hurt. Might as well get one!"
The CDC, which once promised 150 million
vaccines by mid-October has pushed its prediction to year's end.
Unless some new H1N1 mutation is
released into the population by some bioterrorist group,
it's fairly obvious that the swine flu will have fizzled out by the
time Christmas rolls around.
How to dispose
of a hundred million doses of a useless vaccine...
So what will all these clinics do with all the millions of doses of
vaccines that nobody really needs at that point?
It might seem prudent to dump them down
the river, except for the fact that their chemical additives and
preservatives make many vaccines qualify as "hazardous waste"
according to EPA regulations. It's illegal to toss them into rivers
or even dump them down the drain... it's perfectly legal, though, to
inject them into the body of a six-year-old.
Why don't they just save the vaccines for next year?
They'll be useless, of course, but no
more useless than they already are this year. Just save up all the
vials and unleash another swine flu scare next fall to get rid of
the inventory! (Don't laugh. These people might actually take the
You got to love the
After forty years of
cancer (and tens of billions of dollars spent on it),
they have yet to find a cure for any cancer at all. And with the
swine flu fiasco, they almost managed to come up with a vaccine, but
the human immune system - combined with a nation full of sneezers
and spreaders - beat them to it.
It must really be depressing to wake up one day as a pharmaceutical
company executive and realize you're irrelevant... and that
your "lifesaving" products are obsolete before they even
hit the streets. Of course, the ridiculously high pay might make
up for some of that, and if you get really depressed, you can always
take your own company's pills if you're willing to brave the suicide
But in the end, the simple fact is that
human beings would be better off of the drug companies didn't
The fact that H1N1 swine flu has already peaked out before the bulk
of the vaccine shipments have even arrived proves, once again, how
utterly pathetic and medically useless flu vaccines are in the first
There is nothing a flu vaccine can do
that simple vitamin D can't do better, and the sad truth is that
the entire flu vaccine industry is
built on medical quackery and marketing propaganda.