1. biostatisticians: the biggest shills in the promotion of pandemics and vaccinations
It's kind of like the old salted pretzel lure at your local bar. The bar owner entices a hungry customer with free salted pretzels. The customer eats the pretzels and becomes thirsty, which then encourages the purchase of even more beverages. Create the problem, which then causes a customer reaction and offer a solution (conveniently catered by the creator of the problem). The technique is a well-known dialectic method used to psychologically control populations.
The entire pandemic and mass vaccination campaigns are no different. The creators of the problem are the vaccine industry and their masters. They pay off biostatisticians to help promote and project theoretical models of the problem. They then market the model as substantiated to national health agencies and governments, who of course are supposed to protect their populations. Once the problem is repeated enough and lacks opposition, they conveniently present the effectiveness of antiviral and mass vaccination simulations which were co-created with the original pandemic models. All that is left is to release an engineered virus to execute the final phase of the operation -- the pandemic. Similar types of models have been used throughout history to orchestrate pandemic flu campaigns.
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2. CDC sees opportunity as flu wanes, vaccine supply grows
Dec 1, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – Decreasing pandemic flu activity and growing supplies of vaccine offer a window of opportunity for people to protect themselves from the virus, especially if the nation experiences a third wave of infections, Thomas Frieden, MD, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said today.
At a press briefing Frieden said the number of pandemic vaccine doses available to states for ordering has grown to about 70 million, nearly 9 million more than the CDC's last vaccine supply report on Nov 25. Yesterday the CDC reported that flu activity was widespread in only 32 states, down 11 since the previous weekly update...."We don't know what the future will hold. What we can do is track it [the virus] very closely," Frieden said. He pointed out that during the pandemic of 1957, the nation saw a large surge at the beginning of the school year followed by a big increase in severe illnesses and deaths starting in December and extending through February. However, he said it's not clear if the back-to-school wave of illnesses then was the first or second wave of the pandemic.
Though no one can predict what will happen, Frieden said officials do know that vaccination is the best way to protect people.
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3. China: 4 dead after H1N1 vaccine, 3 confirmed "IRRELEVANT TO VACCINE"
BEIJING, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- China's Ministry of Health said here Tuesday that four deaths had been reported after inoculated with China-made A/H1N1 flu vaccine and three had been confirmed irrelevant to the vaccines.
The three deaths were "coincidental" and causes of the other death are yet to be finalized, Liang Wannian, director of the ministry's emergency response office, said at a press conference.
..."Clinical tests and practices in China and other countries have shown the A/H1N1 flu vaccines are safe," Liang said.
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