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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby accidentsinspace » 25 Oct 2009, 05:41

SeanRMR wrote:Got my jab today before lunch. Our boss got a nurse to come out and give it to anyone who wanted it.

So hopefully I shall be immune hoorah.


Hahaha. You still okay? :arrow:
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby SeanRMR » 25 Oct 2009, 16:34

Perfectly fine thank for asking. And I got a mintie when I had the shot so free vaccine and free lolly.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby accidentsinspace » 25 Oct 2009, 21:03

SeanRMR wrote:Perfectly fine thank for asking. And I got a mintie when I had the shot so free vaccine and free lolly.


Good luck with that. I imagine the Squalene chewing away at your nervous system as we speak. Squalene was prevalent in Vaccine A that gave soldiers Gulf War Syndrome. That is indeed if you have really taken it. As figures go, you would have to be quite dim to accept it at this stage,
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby SeanRMR » 02 Nov 2009, 16:40

Just an update still alive and well after vaccination. Went paddling on the weekend had an awesome time. no side effects for me.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby accidentsinspace » 02 Nov 2009, 17:14

If you actually rolled up your sleeve likeyou say, I would heavily suggest that you have completely crippled your immune system.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby Nostradamus » 06 Nov 2009, 11:05

If you actually rolled up your sleeve like you say, I would heavily suggest that you have completely crippled your immune system.


You can suggest any falsehood you want. Any evidence of this claim?
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby Nostradamus » 06 Nov 2009, 11:12

Around here H1N1 is causing high fevers, ague, and all of the other flu symptoms. The discomfort seems to be a bit higher with higher temperatures, but it seems to be over quicker than other flu strains. The big concern is that some young people that are otherwise healthy have dies of this strain.

Another interesting feature of the H1N1 flu is that it has brought up the weirdest claims.

These out-of-touch claims by AIS remind me of a cold cure offered by Art Carney on the Honeymooners. He tells Ralph to stick his hands in boiling goats milk. Ralph stares at him in disbelief. Norton responds with, "It's hard to cough when you are screaming at the top of your lungs."
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby brett » 10 Nov 2009, 13:57

i am having one on thursday - i will report back ;)
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby ProfWag » 10 Nov 2009, 22:04

Nostradamus wrote:
These out-of-touch claims by AIS remind me of a cold cure offered by Art Carney on the Honeymooners. He tells Ralph to stick his hands in boiling goats milk. Ralph stares at him in disbelief. Norton responds with, "It's hard to cough when you are screaming at the top of your lungs."

That was a good one ND! The Beverly Hillbillies had a similar one where Granny swore she had the cure for the common cold. Mr. Drysdale was going to spend all this money marketing it. Come to find out her batch of miracle cure was to put all this junk into a big soup, stir it up, and in 7-10 days, the cold would be gone...
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby Nostradamus » 11 Nov 2009, 03:00

I remember that show. Quite funny. Thanks for reminding me.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby ProfWag » 13 Nov 2009, 21:52

elizajohn12 wrote:Hi,
I am John and today whole world fear from Swine Flu and it is very dangerous. First steps that can be taken for prevention from swine influenza is, keep hand clean and for this you should use soap.Keep away hands from your mouth and face. Always wear mask. This Swine Influenza is vary dangerous and in my town have recently identified more than 100 people became infected with influenza A (H1N1) and 43 people died. So I think that swine influenza is really a depopulation agenda.

Interesting. Does anyone know how many people die each year from the more "traditional" flu? Perhaps if one looked it up, they might come to believe that there has been an agenda for centuries.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby NinjaPuppy » 13 Nov 2009, 22:22

ProfWag wrote:Interesting. Does anyone know how many people die each year from the more "traditional" flu? Perhaps if one looked it up, they might come to believe that there has been an agenda for centuries.
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I tried to get this information last week but the CDC ain't talkin' and neither are the hospitals. It seems that it's not the flu that kills you, it's the other underlying health factors that do you in. You know.... those 'at risk' people who don't know they are at risk.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby ProfWag » 13 Nov 2009, 23:12

NinjaPuppy wrote:
ProfWag wrote:Interesting. Does anyone know how many people die each year from the more "traditional" flu? Perhaps if one looked it up, they might come to believe that there has been an agenda for centuries.
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I tried to get this information last week but the CDC ain't talkin' and neither are the hospitals. It seems that it's not the flu that kills you, it's the other underlying health factors that do you in. You know.... those 'at risk' people who don't know they are at risk.

Maybe you thought I was asking about H1N1, but I was asking about seasonal flu that many of us get each year. Here is a link to the answer (last full sentence in paragraph 1)
http://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/disease.htm
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Nov 2009, 00:00

ProfWag wrote:
NinjaPuppy wrote:
ProfWag wrote:Interesting. Does anyone know how many people die each year from the more "traditional" flu? Perhaps if one looked it up, they might come to believe that there has been an agenda for centuries.
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I tried to get this information last week but the CDC ain't talkin' and neither are the hospitals. It seems that it's not the flu that kills you, it's the other underlying health factors that do you in. You know.... those 'at risk' people who don't know they are at risk.

Maybe you thought I was asking about H1N1, but I was asking about seasonal flu that many of us get each year. Here is a link to the answer (last full sentence in paragraph 1)
http://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/disease.htm

Yes, I knew all of that. However, you will notice that they do not give stats of death from flu, only those other health factors or as they put it, "complications' aggravated by the flu. In other words, the flu doesn't kill, it's poor health or ignorance that kills ya.
about 36,000 people die from seasonal flu-related causes. Some people, such as older people, young children, pregnant women, and people with certain health conditions, are at high risk for serious flu complications.

Around here there is some serious ambiguity about who does and doesn't have the flu, let alone H1N1. Two particular cases that I have heard about were in fact offered a test for H1N1 for an additional fee of $150.00/test. The test was done and both were confirmed as H1N1 by that doctor. The rest are simply diagnosed by the explanation of symptoms and that can always be wrong as people don't always relay their symptoms correctly or accurately.

What about all the people who get the flu but don't bother to go to the doctor? There are no stats for this unless they die quietly or wind up hospitalized. I know of one local death of a young mother who according to the docs died of flu related (H1N1) complications.

How many people get sick or die from the flu every year?
Each flu season is unique, but it is estimated that, on average, approximately 5% to 20% of U.S. residents get the flu, and more than 200,000 persons are hospitalized for flu-related complications each year. About 36,000 Americans die on average per year from the complications of flu.

Can I get someone to do the math and give us a percentage of death related to flu complications? I did a bit of comparison research and found that almost 15,000 people are murdered each year in the US as of 2008. So that seems to me that death by flu is just a bit double that of murder. And they don't have any vaccination for murder. Just sayin'.

Not to mention I don't see any comparison statistics to cover if these complications would or could stem from non flu related problems that would have eventually gotten these people with or without the flu. How many otherwise healthy seniors die each year from heart failure, asthma or complications that modern medical scienc could not heal that never got the flu? Hence my claim of sketchy facts and figures.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby ProfWag » 14 Nov 2009, 00:18

Understand and mostly agree with your post Ninja. My point is that there is a vaccine available for the seasonal flu, yet 36,000 Americans (not counting other countries) die each year from complications of the flu. I don't know what they use to determine the term "complications." My mother just passed from "complications stemming from Alzheimer's Disease." That meant she forgot how to eat and starved to death. I will still blame her death of Alzheimer's regardless if it was actually lack of nutrition.
Now, if 36,000 Americans die each year from complications resulting from the flu, why don't we hear more about that in the media? Seems to me like somone needs to start taking the flue a little more seriously.
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