Is This Swine Flu Deja Vu?

By · October 14, 2009 · Filed in Awareness

It seems as if though one cannot go outside, inside, near anybody or eat anything without fear of getting “some” disease. In the past 10 years we’ve been inundated by phobia slanging and fear mongering techniques versus being informed with accurate information and supportive strategies.

How do I know we aren’t informed properly? Just a hunch. But to test it…  ask yourself if you can explain what the significant risk-factors are behind any of the following diseases: West Nile Virus, Bird/Avian Flu, SARS, Monkey Pox, Mad Cow Disease, Ebola and Anthrax.

Didn’t think so. So my point is, if these are so deadly, contagious and infectious, how come you haven’t took the proper time to identify the risk factors? I mean shouldn’t you know exactly what is going on in order to give your self and loved ones the best chance of survival? Well it turns out that the majority of us have become desensitized to the media’s attempt to peddle new phobia’s. It seems we just don’t have enough time to care about them all.

Which made me think of you all when I recently heard from a personal friend of mine, Dr. Brad Nelson. For those of you who haven’t heard of him (yet), Dr. Nelson is the Author of the book “The Emotion Code” and teacher of a seminar of the same name. Brad has been studying the “Swine Flu” Vaccine that is about to be pushed on millions of people and he was very concerned…

During the conversation he sent me a link to a video that dated back to 1976. According to Brad “back when there were real reporters” 60Minutes ran a special on Swine Flu. Yes believe it or not, even way back then they were pushing people to get the vaccine. Back then it was in fear of an outbreak. Are you surprised? I was. But what was even more surprising was the fact that perfectly healthy people who took the vaccine got ill, and the Government admitted it.

Did you know that 70% of the time flu vaccines are not effective? Dr. Brad recommends doing yourself a favor and NOT taking the vaccine. I’m curious to know what you think of the video and how this affects your view of the current situation. HOWEVER, in the short time that I watched the video and went to re-post it to inform you, this is what happened:

“This video has been removed due to terms of use violation.”

So instead of a live video proving that swine flu is a recycled form of fear mongering, you will have to settle for a quote from wikipedia about Squalene, an ingredient of the current Swine Flu Vaccine.

Squalene is used in vaccines to “turbocharge” the raw vaccine. Since it’s an organic compound, it’s more common to see it used in animal vaccines, however, use in human vaccinations has been prepared in pandemic vaccinations like the H1N1 vaccine or military vaccines, like the anthrax vaccine. This allows less virus to be needed, thus creating more doses.

According to Dr. Brad, a previous case of use would be in the Gulf War, where soldiers had been given the vaccine. Subsequent adverse reactions have caused the military to ban it’s use and opponents of squalene in vaccinations have drawn a link between Gulf War Syndrome, and the use of the adjuvant.

Again, in Brad’s words “this vaccine has 1 million times more Squalene than the original Gulf War vaccine… 1 million times more Squalene than the Anthrax vaccination that caused Gulf War Syndrome; remember that all 146,00 soldiers that got this vaccine became very ill.”

Dr. Nelson urges you to PLEASE do NOT get this vaccine. Swine Flu is a MILD flu. The vaccine however may just change your life dramatically for the worse!!! I’m NOT totally convinced, but don’t you owe it too yourself to check out more information? Before you react emotionally to information try to exercise your ability to respond to the information with rationality.

No matter what you believe, there is an awful lot of “hype” around this Swine Flu, and yet the number of people who die from other preventable deaths seems to get ignored. Why, given all the possible death and diseases, does the media and Government tend to focus on this? Ask yourself, when is the Government ever very efficient at communicating and executing anything?

Hidden agenda or not, with the Internet at your finger tips if you are reading this then it is your duty to yourself to get more information. The more you research, the more of an informed decision you can make so take time to educate yourself fully.  You can start by typing “1976 Swine Flu” into Google or YouTube search to try and track down a copy of this video, or contact me and I may know of where you can watch this video.

Most of all, STAY CALM. Do not panic or buy into the media hype and frenzy. The three best things you can do for you and your loved ones to increase your chances of keeping them safe are: manage good hygiene habits, wash your hands regularly, and stay informed through multiple sources (not just the news media). Your imagination has better things to focus on, so stay positive and take care of one another. The only way to stop the spread of the epidemic is to spread the awareness.

The Difference between a Cold and H1N1 Flu Symptoms:

Symptom Cold H1N1 Flu
Fever Fever is rare with a cold. Fever is usually present with the flu in up to 80% of all flu cases. A temperature of 100°F or higher for 3 to 4 days is associated with the H1N1 flu.
Coughing A hacking, productive (mucus- producing) cough is often present with a cold. A non-productive (non-mucus producing) cough is usually present with the H1N1 flu (sometimes referred to as dry cough).
Aches Slight body aches and pains can be part of a cold. Severe aches and pains are common with the H1N1 flu.
Stuffy Nose Stuffy nose is commonly present with a cold and typically resolves spontaneously within a week. Stuffy nose is not commonly present with the H1N1 flu.
Chills Chills are uncommon with a cold. 60% of people who have the H1N1 flu experience chills.
Tiredness Tiredness is fairly mild with a cold. Tiredness is moderate to severe with the H1N1 flu.
Sneezing Sneezing is commonly present with a cold. Sneezing is not common with the H1N1 flu.
Sudden Symptoms Cold symptoms tend to develop over a few days. The H1N1 flu has a rapid onset within 3-6 hours. The flu hits hard and includes sudden symptoms like high fever, aches and pains.
Headache A headache is fairly uncommon with a cold. A headache is very common with the H1N1 flu, present in 80% of flu cases.
Sore Throat Sore throat is commonly present with a cold. Sore throat is not commonly present with the H1N1 flu.
Chest Discomfort Chest discomfort is mild to moderate with a cold. Chest discomfort is often severe with the H1N1 flu.

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