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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Nov 2009, 01:01

ProfWag wrote: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.

IMO, the complications from flu prevention would absolutely have a devistating effect on the world economy. It would mean actually staying the heck home and not going to malls! The death toll would be nothing compared to the economic crash that would happen because of it. Businesses would have to actually give sick time off (with pay) to sick people so they wouldn't be interacting with us healthy ones.

Imagine in a perfect world where a person who is actually sick can stay home without fear of not being able to pay their bills or being fired. Imagine if somehow your doctor bill was covered 100% if you were found to actually go and get diagnosed at the first sign of a communicable disease. Imagine if people didn't abuse sick time to go fishing or on long weekends, just to get some time away. Imagine if people actually gave a crap about other human beings and actually stayed the heck home instead of knowingly spreading their own little personal epidemic to everyone who crossed their mobile path.

The one thing that is known is that the flu is spread by germs. I say keep your stinkin' germs to yourself and learn how to stay home when you're sick. For starters we need to teach children to properly wash their hands, use tissues and not cough directly into each other's faces. Then we need to concentrate on how to educate the public to make them understand that a sale on Tickle Me Elmo does not constitute an emergency on your part to have to get to the store no matter how sick you are.

How about designing all new buildings with windows that actually open, for something called 'fresh air'? Many of our buildings are now called 'sick buildings' because not one window opens. I also like the idea of wireless headsets for telephones. The old office system telephones used to be a breeding ground for just about any contagious illness as are communal computer keyboards. Personally, I think I would have a better chance of mud wrestling with Typhoid Mary in an infected petri dish than I would using an office telephone in a community area of a large office building.

And as previously mentioned, the malls... oh those wonderful shopping plazas where all the sick people home from work can go to entertain themselves. Why sit home bored when you can shop? Don't forget to stop by Starbucks and get your cup of tea since it's the only thing you can hold down without hacking up in public. Besides, it's just the flu and you've already got it so why not spread the joy this holiday season?
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby ProfWag » 14 Nov 2009, 01:21

I have a better idea Ninja, why don't governments give out homopathetic Anus Barbituates (sp?) instead of vaccines? It could save the world!!! I wasn't aware of this before, but boy does it sounds like it's an amazing product!

"There are several homeopathic remedies available to combat flu effectively. At the very first sign that flu is developing, take 1/2 tube of Anas barbariae (marketed under various brand names, including Oscillococcinum) every two hours, for a total of five doses. Combination flu remedies work in majority of cases if you take one in the first 4 to 12 hours after you start having symptoms. Follow the dosage recommendations on the label of the remedy you choose. If it’s going to work, you should feel relief with a single dose.

If the flu persists, you’ll probably need a more specific remedy, such as a 12C or 30C dose of Eupatorium perfoliatum, which is good for a flu that causes aches and chills in your back and bones, fatigue, thirst and bad headaches. If you feel dizzy, drowsy and weak but momentarily better after urinating, try a 12C or 30C dose of Gelsemium. Take up to four doses of one of these flu remedies in 24 hours. Then if you don’t feel better, see a professional. Below listed are several specific homeopathic remedies that are useful for flu.

If you are feeling chilly, restless, and weak, choose Arsenicum album. This is for the person who feels worse in a cold room, but wants something cold to drink. You probably have a red nose with runny nasal secretions that burn the nose and upper lip. You also prefer to sit in bed with books, magazines, and a television, and be left alone, but would like a bit of attention every once in a while. Take one dose of Arsenicum album 30Xx or 9C, as directed on the product label, three to four times a day for up to eight doses."

http://www.holisticonline.com/remedies/ ... opathy.htm
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Nov 2009, 01:51

I still say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby brett » 14 Nov 2009, 10:18

well tell you what - i have been and still am feeling as rough as rats since i had the jab - much worse than the seasonal flu jab- and sheesh does my arm hurt where they jabbed me :evil: wait till i see my doc - he's gonna get a mouth full !! - no side affects indeed

interestingly too - they are issuing a little card that i was cautioned to keep hold of , with details of the shot - don't do this for seasonal flu - so why for this ??

( CT mode ) - ah well when they start denying access to places if you have not had the shot - i is OK coz i has my card :lol: :lol: )

now NP the biggest reason germs and bugs spread is because kids / people these days have no resistance - you may well be of an age to remember getting sent round to a kid with chicken pox or measles house to "play" so as you would catch it - none of this OMG notifiable disease - get the bells out and chant "unclean " stuff like today :roll:

a good friend of mine got adult mumps - its soooo rare now all the docs in the hospital where flooding in just to have a look see - as they had never seen it before - when i was a kid getting the mumps was all part and parcel of growing up

and this obsession with cleanliness - showering 2 or 3 times a day ?? wiping everything down with disinfectant wipes every 5 minutes etc etc - ye gods - when i was a lad - we had a bath once a week ( Sunday night usually ) - and a good wash each morning + normal hand washing after using the loo , did all right for us - and no deodorants in those days ( not invented ) ,well may be a dab of eau DE cologne for the ladies on hot days ;) and washing clothes ?? once a week ritual ( Mondays ) - and we all made it thus far , and mostly without anything too serious

( and people are always moaning about the cost of their utility bills - hot water costs money peeps !! ) :roll:

trouble is with people these days they are a bunch of pussies , we where right hard when we where kids - no heating in the schools hardly - sit there in overcoats and scarfs some days in the winter - and outside loos with "isal" bog paper ( if you have never come across this stuff - it was like grease proof paper in a roll ) none of your "super soft " botty paper in assorted pastel shades then :o walk 2 or 3 miles to school on your own or with mates ( all these perverts lurking round corners must be a modern phenomena :roll: ) - out on the beach again on your own ,in the sun all day during summer holidays , riding push bikes with no helmets or reflective jackets ( no brakes half the time either :lol: ) - aye we was tough

and if you tell youth of today - they wont believe you here are some "northern lads " discussing their younger days - see what i mean ??



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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Nov 2009, 19:11

Brett - Sorry to hear that you're feeling poorly from that flu shot.

You bring up a great point with resistance or lack of resistance. My grandmother always told me, "You have to eat a pound of dirt before you die". That was her usual motto when food hit the ground. Needless to say, I was one of those very sickly kids. Always had something and my parents weren't much on doctors so I had to tough it out.

Here I am fifty-odd years later, with more antibodies in my system than most. When I have to go for bloodwork, my test results can put a new doctor in a tail spin until I remind them to look at my medical history.
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby ProfWag » 14 Nov 2009, 19:46

NinjaPuppy wrote:Brett - Sorry to hear that you're feeling poorly from that flu shot.

You bring up a great point with resistance or lack of resistance. My grandmother always told me, "You have to eat a pound of dirt before you die". That was her usual motto when food hit the ground. Needless to say, I was one of those very sickly kids. Always had something and my parents weren't much on doctors so I had to tough it out.

Here I am fifty-odd years later, with more antibodies in my system than most. When I have to go for bloodwork, my test results can put a new doctor in a tail spin until I remind them to look at my medical history.

Personally, I'm looking forward to getting the H1N1 vaccine. I'll be interested to see how it affected me. I went through the anthrax series of vacs a few years ago. Now THAT was not all that fun...
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Nov 2009, 19:56

ProfWag wrote:Personally, I'm looking forward to getting the H1N1 vaccine. I'll be interested to see how it affected me. I went through the anthrax series of vacs a few years ago. Now THAT was not all that fun...

You had better not ban yourself then, because we won't know what got you, SCEPCOPs videos or H1N1. :lol:
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby ProfWag » 14 Nov 2009, 20:07

NinjaPuppy wrote:
ProfWag wrote:Personally, I'm looking forward to getting the H1N1 vaccine. I'll be interested to see how it affected me. I went through the anthrax series of vacs a few years ago. Now THAT was not all that fun...

You had better not ban yourself then, because we won't know what got you, SCEPCOPs videos or H1N1. :lol:

Well, we'll only have to worry about that if Scepcop can show that his posts have any validity whatsoever. I'm not holding my breath for that, but if he should come up with it, I'll apologize to him as a last post so you'll know what got me. :P
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Re: Swine Flu: Depopulation Agenda

Postby brett » 15 Nov 2009, 02:55

feeling a bit more like it today - trouble is that my usual ( arthritic) aches and pains may have flared up - and be adding to mild symptoms from the jab so - cant say for sure what was making me feel rough yesterday :roll: - ah well just getting old i suppose :lol: :lol:
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