1. US swine flu plane shot down in China
this is a Sorcha Faal report so be advised, you have to click through the links to see which parts are truly supported. - ed.
Reports circulating in the Kremlin today are stating that a US government contracted airplane piloted by American CIA agents and carrying a cargo of a ‘mutated’ swine flu virus intended for aerial spraying was shot down [photo top left] at China’s Shanghai Pudong airport by a saboteur team of what are believed to be Israeli Mossad soldiers seeking to prevent an American attack upon one of their Central Asian bases located in the Central Asian Nation of Kyrgyzstan.
According to Chinese media reports on this incident the stricken Zimbabwean MD-ll plane, owned by the CIA linked Avient Aviation company operated by a former British military officer named Andrew Smith and registered in the UK, killed 3 American CIA agents and injured 4 other personal who are reported to be from United States, Indonesia, Belgium and Zimbabwe.
Most interesting to note in these reports on the victims of this plane shootdown is that the Indonesian man currently being treated for his injuries has ‘confessed’ to Chinese secret police forces that he is a technician employed by the United States Navy at their mysterious Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2 (NAMRU-2) located in Indonesia that Indonesian Defense Minister Juwono Sudarsono had previously called for the closing of “because its operations were too secretive and were incompatible with Indonesia’s security interests.”
hoo boy. read more @ pakalert press
2. WHO advisors paid by H1N1 vaccine makers profiting on fear?
3. proof Pandemrix is a dangerous nano-vaccine
The particle size of AS03 (Pandemrix adjuvant) is 150-155 nm which makes Pandemrix a nano vaccine, according to a report that appeared in the journal Molecules on September 1st, 2009.
The study called Squalene Emulsions for Parenteral Vaccine and Drug Delivery by Christopher B. Fox of the Infectious Disease Research Institute, Seattle, states that the particle size is between 150-155nm, and therefore nano in size. That means that the Pandemrix vaccine can have side effects even on the DNA level.
A recent report of a pregnant woman who became braindead after receiving the swine flu jab in Finland received small molecular heparin for the sake of blood thinning because she had an artificial heart valve.
read more @ the flu case
4. CDC: second wave may have peaked in the US - get ready for 3rd wave
BEIJING, Dec. 1 (Xinhuanet) -- The level of A/H1N1 influenza across the United States has declined for the fourth week successively, indicating that the second wave of the A/H1N1 flu pandemic in U.S. has peaked, federal health officials said Monday.
While officials warned that the number of people getting infected with the H1N1 virus remains high, and cases could surge again, the extended period of falling activity suggests that the intensity of the outbreak has reached a high.
"We're certainly on the downward slope of the curve," said Thomas Skinner, spokesman for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta.
Skinner said officials were hesitant to use the term "peak" because of concerns about creating the impression that the outbreak was over.
"We're far from being out of the woods," Skinner said. "There's still a lot of flu out there. And we wouldn't be surprised to see another uptick in activity as we approach the end of December and beginning of January, when kids come back from Christmas break."
But other experts said they thought the wave had peaked.
"Most of the time with the flu you have a four-week or sometimes six-week rise to a peak and then a four- to six-week fall. I think we're past the peak. We're probably on the way down," said Richard Wenzel, an infectious disease specialist at Virginia Commonwealth University. "I think the worst is over."
Wenzel also predicted that if there is another surge, it will be relatively mild because millions of people have either been exposed to the virus or will have been vaccinated.
"After a while the virus runs out of susceptible people," Wenzel said. "This virus is running out of hits."
Since the virus emerged in April, the A/H1N1flu has sickened at least 22 million Americans, hospitalized 98,000 and killed at least 4,000, the CDC estimates. While the seasonal flu typically hits the elderly hardest, the H1N1 virus has affected children and young adults much more because most have little or no immunity against it.
Experts suspect another surge in cases could occur this month or the beginning of 2010, similar to what happened during the 1957 flu pandemic, which most resembles the H1N1 pandemic.
"We certainly won't be surprised if we see another uptick of activity late this year or early next year if we look at the 1957 pandemic as a gauge," Skinner said.
The federal government has spent more than 2 billion U.S. dollars to buy vaccine. But the campaign slowed by production problem, causing widespread frustration and intense criticism, including from members of Congress.
More than 60 million doses of vaccine have become available and officials are predicting millions more will be shipped to U.S. in the coming weeks.source: chinaview
5. the Public Health Agency of Canada is already hyping the 3rd wave
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is now playing the next instrument in their fear propaganda orchestra. Now that the current wave of H1N1 activity has peaked in all provinces prompting many vaccination clinics to close, PHAC is now transitioning its vaccine marketing campaign to promote the third wave of the pandemic for the next surge of vaccine hysteria in the coming year.
Dr. Frederick Hayden, a prominent vaccine and antiviral pusher from Britain's Wellcome Trust (a charity that funds biomedical research) is betting on what he says will be "a bump" of activity after Christmas. He suggests that the reason for the increase in activity will be due to susceptibility to the virus. Though whether that will be a full wave or just an upswing in cases, he's not sure.
Ironically, Dr. Hayden is the same medical official who was helping promote an ambitious plan in 2005, to stockpile massive quantities of antiviral drugs (Tamiflu and Relenza) in conjunction with PHAC. Funny enough, that article published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal four years ago was titled Feds to stockpile antivirals as pandemic "speed bump." Perhaps using the term "bump" is a prerequisite before initiating any mass promotion of antivirals.
Regardless of where the experts come down on the question of a third wave, they say one thing is a safe bet. Whether it's this winter or next, swine flu will be back, so we can all expect a never ending massage of vaccine propaganda from government.read more @ prevent disease
6. NOTE THAT THE EXPERTS DON'T TALK ABOUT THEIR 'WORST FEARS,' THAT THE VIRUS WILL MUTATE. ALTHOUGH THEY CONDUCT RESEARCH ABOUT THIS:
AND IN 2004