Posts Tagged ‘Swine Flu’

It’s vaccine time again I hear
Roll up your sleeve and never fear
Your government will guarantee
Those poisons that the prick delivers
Won’t bring more than certain shivers
Mostly, for in letters small
One reads what terrors can befall
The innocent who trust in those
With reasons not all to disclose

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Update 25th January

1. UK parliamentary investigation into Climategate, see here

2. UN climate panel blunders again over Himalayan glaciers, see here

3. More “blunders” from the UN climate panel, see here


So, it is finally officially recognized that the Mexican Flu pandemic was a storm in a teacup. I read today in the newspaper that the Commission of the European Union (EU) is to hold a hearing to investigate the role played by the pharmaceutical companies involved. (more…)

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The ClimateGate scandal is getting out of hand. The UN is to carry out its own investigation of the leaked emails and documents as well as the University of East Anglia, but considering the fact that these two are part of the same organization pushing global warming means that they will both be internal investigations. Considering the seriousness and the global implications for humanity of the man-mad global warming issue, one would expect no less than an independent inquiry (if such a thing is still possible) to finally get at the truth. One can only hope.
The Copenhagen conference on global warming must go through at all costs, it seems, if the plans of the elite for a world government are to proceed. The new President of the European Union, van Rompuy, has confirmed this in his inaugural speech.
The proposed world government would be financed by profits from new “green” industries and taxes raised from the baddies emitting carbon dioxide, including you and me. Well, if you live in a cave somewhere and live off the land you just might escape its clutches.
While they’re at it let the same independent body investigate SwinefluGate – the pandemic that never was which has also cost billions of tax payers hard earned cash, while poisoning them. I could throw in another few “Gates” but I’m sure you can think of a few yourself.
To get to the truth one has but to see the connections – join the dots.
As I wrote in the last post, the European Union’s Government (EG) is now officially a federal entity. Local governments now have even less to say about European affairs with the unelected Council and Commission really running the show. The elected European Parliament has only an advisory roll under the Council as do National Parliaments.
The nitty-gritty of the deal can be found here.
If you have a proposal for the EG then you will have to get one million votes, not all from your own country but spread over at least 15 member states, before your proposal even gets heard. An impossible venture one might say, but enter an organization called the One Million that will help you. All you have to do is obtain 150 supporters for you proposal from at least 15 member states, which is a lot simpler of course :-), and it will do its best to find the rest.

I feel a bit like Scott, a man who is gradually shrinking, in the appropriately titled movie “The Incredible Shrinking Man” (1957):

Clarice: Maybe the best way to begin is to start thinking about the future.
Scott Carey: A future? In a world of giants?
Clarice: Hmm. I’ve lived with them all my life. Oh, Scott, for people like you and me the world can be a wonderful place. The sky is as blue as it is for the giants. The friends are as warm.
Scott Carey: I wish I could believe that.
Clarice: You’ve got to believe that, don’t you?

Clarice is not shrinking, by the way.

The End

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So, join our cheering up club. The headline in the local newspaper reads: “A Dutchman is a happy person”. Well, I’d like to meet him to ask why.
No seriously, we do have it pretty good in comparison to many. Yes, we are pretty much shackled to the grindstone of heavy taxation and massive government interference in our daily lives but hell, who’s complaining? Most have more than enough to eat, houses to live in, hot and cold running water, gas and electricity, central heating and television (not only for propaganda purposes). But see, people who have it so good have time to look critically at the shortcomings.
Freedom is an illusion. We in the enlightened west are so dependent on energy and food being supplied. In the event of social instability leading to a sudden lack of these amenities most would be running around like headless chickens – looting and burning in no time I should imagine.
Who can make fire without matches? Who knows how to skin a rabbit? Who dares to drink from a river or stream?
The government has now come up with a safety package for the population in the event of a calamity of some kind “which could happen”.  The basic version contains the following:

  • Battery Radio, tuned into a disaster centre, with extra batteries.
  • Torch, with extra batteries.
  • First-aid kit with instruction manual.
  • Safety matches in watertight bag.
  • Candles.
  • Warm blanket.
  • Toolkit(?).
  • Warning whistle.

Prices range from 35 to 85 euros
Then they reminder us to consider the following additional items as well:

  • Stock of prescribed medicines.
  • Cash and copies of identity and insurance documents.
  • Reserve keys for house and car.
  • Map of the surrounding area, a road map and a list of telephone numbers and addresses of possible places to stay.
  • Disinfectant hand cream.
  • Three liters of water per day per person, for at least three days.
  • Stock of food for at least three days (plus tin-opener).
  • Stock of hygiene articles: toilet-paper, moist tissues, soap, washing-powder, tampons, toothpaste, and toothbrushes.
  • Lightweight rain poncho per family member.
  • Something to put drinking-water in (bottle or jerry can).

I mention this in detail because it might be useful to others.
Why this is suddenly being promoted is anyone’s guess. Perhaps they have something planned, or they know about some others who do, or maybe some civil servants didn’t have anything else to do. Anyway, one could at least say that it’s considerate of them. Hopefully, whatever it is will be over in three days. Perhaps there is an international agreement of some kind to this effect – also with terrorists. Perhaps after three days we’ll be rounded up and taken care of in some way. It would be a way to meet new people, at least.
Anyway, what is there further in the local rag?
Well, due to the financial crisis local government taxation will rise next year to compensate for reduced subsidies. Apparently, there are no plans to raise personal earnings to compensate for this compensation.
Our major airport is going to install security scans that can look through clothing without the need to be assaulted by a fellow human. Only a computer somewhere will be able to see all the various bodily curves – yeah right! There is some concern about these photos possibly arriving on the internet or worse.
Lots of very young children are getting a high fever after the swine-flu shots, which the authorities admit haven’t been tested on children. They hasten to add, however, that the information leaflet does state that a high fever is an often occurring side effect. Let’s hope that other side effects, such as autism, don’t occur too frequently.
From the European Medicines Agency’s site we read that:
“The company that makes Pandemrix (used in Holland – Jan) will collect information on the safety of the vaccine while it is being used. This will include information on its side effects and its safety in children, the elderly, pregnant women, patients with severe conditions and people who have problems with their immune systems.” Hmm.
It is reported that the tax authorities employ ordinary people as spies to snitch on their neighbors or others further afield who they discover committing tax fraud. These snitchers earn a percentage of the money confiscated. The government will try to avoid people becoming bounty hunters. Why does this make me shiver? 
In 2010 there will be free internet in the trains.
In Australia there is a plague of biblical proportions as wild dromedaries (with the hump) seek water near towns because of a drought. The inhabitants of Docker River are frightened to leave their houses as these ferocious beast trample around attacking water installations. Six thousand beasts are to be killed. The other nine hundred and forty thousand are to be spared.
Well, perhaps we can say that happiness is a relative concept.

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9th November 2009 – Speaking at a scientific conference entitled “Falling Walls”, Angela Merkel told reporters:
“The most important thing, when attempting to overcome barriers, is: Are the nation states ready and willing to give competencies over to multilateral organizations, no matter what it costs?”

So, as Germany celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years ago another sort of wall is going up between the elite and the rest of humanity as the science/industrial complex and its minions continue to expand and increase their influence over world affairs.
Of course, we all build walls between ourselves and others in the psychological sense, to protect our ego from disillusionment and attack. On other levels, groups of similar persuasion build walls for the same reason and countries guard their boundaries. The source of this segregation lies, therefore, in the heart of each of us even though we prefer to point the finger of guilt at others. The problems in man’s world are caused by selfishness and greed which result in an unequal distribution of natural and artificial resources and a continuing lack of real support to developing nations in raising economic and social standards.
If the proposed World Government of the elite does reach fruition, to be sustainable it will undoubtedly need to bring in more suppression of civil liberties and intervene even more in the daily lives of the population. Although the elite undoubtedly see such a world as a utopian dream, from the point of view of the lower echelons it is difficult to see such a system becoming anything other than an oppressive dictatorship and one that will be harder to correct than any other in history because this time there will be no outside assistance available. The ability of such a regime to control significant unrest would seem to be inversely proportional to the size of the world’s population, estimated at 9 billion by 2040. This is perhaps the reason why so much is heard from the elite concerning the necessity to reduce the world’s population – to save the planet of course.


The film 2012, which concerns the end of the world as forecast by the Mayans, has caused somewhat of a stir. So much, in fact, that the NASA has felt it necessary to reassure us by presenting us with the “facts” and telling us that the Mayans had just forgotten to extend their calendar past 2012, which is rather inconsiderate of them considering the possible repercussions. Perhaps they were really describing, symbolically, the turmoil resulting from the installation of a World Government. Time will tell.

Swine Flu update

During another part of the discussion on whether or not the vaccine should be made mandatory for health workers and school children, Lone Simonsen, Research Professor and Research Director at the Department of Global Health, George Washington University, suggests creating an artificial scarcity in order to ramp up demand for the vaccine.
“I think what would work better would be to say that there was a shortage and people tend to buy more of something that’s in demand. (Laughter.) We saw that — there was one season where, really, people lined up all night to get a flu shot.” Simonsen says, much to the amusement of the other attendees at the symposium.
See here for more official reactions

The authorities in Europe are really pushing the vaccine now and attacking those on the internet who are warning people of dangerous side effects and revealing the truths behind vaccination. If the same authorities had done this in the first place there wouldn’t be such a ruckus. The question still being unanswered is why the WHO took the flu epidemic to the pandemic level when there was no reason to do so and why there has been so much propaganda concerning this flu when it is no worse than any other flu outbreak. The people are waking up to possible explanations.

Latest news from America:

‘Miscarriage reports from pregnant women who have taken the H1N1 swine flu vaccine are starting to pour in from all over the nation. Vaccines and pregnancy simply do not mix safely. In fact, the package inserts for the swine flu vaccines actually say that the safety of these vaccines for pregnant women has not been established’
Full report can be found here

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“The money power preys on the nation in times of peace, and conspires against it in times of adversity. It is more despotic than monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, more selfish than bureaucracy. It denounces, as public enemies, all who question its methods or throw light upon its crimes.” – Abraham Lincoln

Those interested in the future of our race must view the latest video of Alex Jones entitled “Fall of The Republic” available here. It is also already circulating on YouTube – now freely viewable in its entirety here

Latest on the H1N1 vaccine hysteria

What your doctor and the government might not tell you about the H1N1 virus and vaccine – see herehere and here

I stand here in this vacant space
A member of the human race
And just like you or her or him
Born with free will to sink or swim

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So, after reading Bill Bryson for an hour in which he refers to the manners of the British, I got to thinking about the natural sounds that the human body produces as by products of its daily functioning. In western society, most of these must be concealed by whatever means in the name of good manners, or at least brought back to a level where only one nearby head might turn or its eyebrows rise.
Following personal research conducted over many years in many places, it would seem that the ability to avoid noisy embarrassment is roughly proportional to age. A healthy (including un-intoxicated) twenty year old would probably have a safety factor of 95% whereas someone over ninety (intoxicated or not) might not achieve more than 10% – I hasten to add that these are just statistical norms, before you go on about how exceptional your abilities obviously are for your age.
I should imagine that people who take part in international diplomacy have some sort of protection to avoid precipitating wars or debilitating sanctions through bad manners. Active royalty, for example, are almost certainly kitted out with royal corks, not large enough to cause discomfort but large enough to avoid popping out due to the after effects of a curry lunch. Imagine the king or queen of some dwindling western nation getting up to reply to the condescending though rewarding deliberations of some deliriously rich potentate who has just agreed to buy up a few of their country’s cities to save them from an otherwise inevitable fall into further ruin and decay – it could be Britain:
‘Your Highness, on behalf of myself, my government and my people, I wish to thank you most heartily for your overwhelming generosity. Although I find it difficult to put into words what I know my many suffering subjects will feel when they hear the good news, I think I can sum it up with one word.’
And then it happens, his or her majesty pops their cork, making wine glasses tremble and chandeliers and window drapes move perceptibly albeit in a courteous manner.
It can’t happen so it probably won’t, but I’d really love to be witness to it if it does, wouldn’t you?
Boris Yeltsin would have been on my most likely list of possible culprits. After too much vodka and beans he might have forgotten to adjust his cork while bending over some seated unsuspecting dishy female diplomat in an attempt to squeeze a breast.
Anyway, it seems I’ve reached the age of about 75% controllability so occasionally one of those rascals does succeed in slipping out without warning. If I am lucky enough to receive prior knowledge that a fart is unavoidably on the way, I can often reduce its potentially embarrassing repercussions by applying a certain muscular dexterity to reduce its acoustic level while emitting a suitably timed heavy cough to hopefully take care of the remaining unwelcome decibels. Of course, it’s important to realize that when using a cough in such a manner one has to take into account that its noise level is less to a bystander than it is to the emitter, so you’ve been warned.
In yet another TV discussion on the H1N1 virus, a well known biologist dared to suggest that government advice to the afflicted to blow their noses into a tissue or sneeze into their arm wouldn’t stop any virus worth its salt from escaping into the surrounding air and attacking bystanders. Even the small holes of a tissue are apparently as large to a virus as the Grand Canyon is to a fly. His advice was to clear one’s nose by sniffing up, thus keeping the viruses to oneself. Although this is considered bad manners in most western nations he suggested that the “seriousness” of the issue should perhaps make governments think twice.
So should one sniff with disgust or sniff to disgust?

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I went to see the film “Moon” yesterday. If you haven’t yet I can heartily recommend it. It’s an intriguing story and as far as realism is concerned, well, it could easily have been shot while on location on the Moon. This is another film concerning unethical pursuits of big business.
I read that although Obama has called a national emergency due to the seriousness of the Swine Flu threat, he still refuses to let his children take the H1N1 vaccine.
Come on Obama, set an example! See this report by Congressman Ron Paul.
Of course even if they do I guess they’ll be taking the “safe” version without the dangerous additives such as mercury, squalene and thimerosal.
“Important” people are apparently getting this version dished out according to reports coming from Germany. Who’s kidding who?

A report has surfaced on prisonplanet.com concerning a US official’s resignation over the war in Afghanistan. His letter of resignation, which is included in the article, is certainly an eye-opener as to what’s really going on over there. The “enemy” appears to be no more than disgruntled local groups fighting against foreign meddling in their internal affairs and a corrupt local government. They fought off the Russians for the same reasons.

The mainstream media is also playing up the problem of Somali “pirates”, but what they don’t tell you about is the illegal fishing by European and Asian nations of Somali territorial waters and the dumping of nuclear waste there by European nations which is causing their people to die of radiation sickness, see here.

So once again, don’t believe everything the mainstream media’s seductive mouthpieces tell you – shop around.

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Say no to forced shots – the vaccine is far worse then than the flu itself!!

News September 14th

A French doctor airs his views on the swine flu vaccine here

Sept 7th

WHO Admits to Releasing Pandemic Virus into Population via ‘Mock-Up’ Vaccines

“Also in Europe, some manufacturers have conducted advance studies using a so-called “mock-up” vaccine. Mock-up vaccines contain an active ingredient for an influenza virus that has not circulated recently in human populations and thus mimics the novelty of a pandemic virus. Such advance studies can greatly expedite regulatory approval.”

More here and here


Last month the press in England reported that the British government’s Health Protection Agency said in a letter to neurologists that they needed to look out for increases in Guillain-Barré syndrome in people subjected to the so-called immunization program. “The vaccines used to combat an expected swine influenza pandemic in 1976 were shown to be associated with GBS and were withdrawn from use,” Prof. Elizabeth Miller, head of the HPA’s immunization department, wrote in the letter sent last month to neurologists.


More fear mongering from the WHO advocating the rapid spread of vaccines with no mention of dangerous side effects. However they are concerned about the price! See here



There is much hysteria in the media concerning the Swine Flu virus which according to the World Health Organization has now reached Pandemic proportions. The seriousness of the outbreak and the motives behind the measures being taken to combat the disease are being questioned by some.

Hugely expensive moves are being made by governments to stockpile potentially dangerous drugs to combat the disease, which will at least provide the producing pharmaceutical companies with enormous profits. The standard media doesn’t have much to say about the possible side effects of the drugs in question which, it seems, could be far more devastating than the effects of the virus itself.

Perhaps we should indeed be wary of the apparent overreaction of the authorities to a flu virus that up to now appears no more dangerous than others occurring every year around the world. Even compulsory vaccination is being discussed in America.

The following articles shed more light on the whole affair.








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