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Swine Flu Scare Entering Trillion-dollar Phase?

Posted by msrb on August 26, 2009

Beware of the President’s CAST

Swine flu could kill up to 90,000 in the U.S., mostly children and young people: CAST

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Swine Flu: A Deadly $100 billion Scam?

MSRB Moderators highlighted the main impetus behind the “swine flu” scare—money. The information was complemented by links to a number of key articles on the epidemic that looked at the scam from different angles, and that are posted at A(H1N1) Virus:  [Swine Flu: A Deadly $100 $600 billion Scam.]

So what’s is the President’s Council of Advisers on Science and Technology H1N1 report all about? Is it more scaremongering on behalf of the pharmaceuticals, or something a lot more sinister, which the cabal plans to use the  swine flu scare choreography to hide behind?

[Note: An interesting point here is that WHO, acting for the pharmaceuticals as their scaremonger-in-chief for swine flu scare tactics,  has relegated its role  to the President’s CAST for maximum effect.]

According to an 86-page report by the White House advisory panel titled: REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT ON U.S. PREPARATIONS FOR 2009-H1N1 INFLUENZA

  • Up to 90,000 people, mostly children and young people, could die of swine flu in the U.S.
  • Up to 1.8 million people could be hospitalized with swine flu infection, occupying 50 to 100 percent of the intensive-care beds in cities across the country.
  • Up to half the population infected by this winter.

And they call this  “a plausible scenario,” as Part Deux wave of H1N1 virus is about strike the United States.

We know these estimates are NOT even remotely true, but we also know that the cabal holds all the aces in their hands, in their sleeves to be precise.

Here’s the dilemma:

1. If the Administration bows to the pharmaceuticals’  blackmail demand, and it probably would, by spending zillions of taxpayer dollars on drugs and vaccines,  the  CAST would probably celebrate and say, “thanks to our advice, and the Administrations’ adequate preparation, we managed to  avert a national tragedy and save the entire nation [until the next “epidemic.”] Or words to that effect.

2. But, what if the administration refused to be blackmailed? After all, they could get some independent advice on the H1N1 worst case scenario, sit back and have a good laugh at the President’s CAST. Couldn’t they? Unfortunately, that’s a highly unlikely scenario while “I want to look forward, not back” is in the Office.

NOTE: One way to explain this, is to compare it with the US “Serial Wars,” the wars that US is  fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Swine flu scare is analogous to “War on Terror.” The cabal is constantly reminding the people  that unless the “war on terror”  is  fought over there [replace with: the need for swine flu vaccination,] then “terrorists” would come over here to kill thousands of people [replace with: deaths from H1N1 infection] and cripple the nation.

But what if, in the most unlikely scenario, the White House called the cabal’s bluff, binned the President’s CAST report on H1N1 preparation and  refused to be blackmailed?

If that were to happen, then the cabal would “bait and switch,” by changing their playing hand, as it were, like what FEWW says in ‘Swine Flu’ Double Psychology

…  if they push the case too hard and fast, the pharmaceuticals could call [the Administration’s hypothetical] bluff-calling hand by switching own cards, as it were [pulling the winning ace out of their sleeve.] They could release the X(NyNz) “a selectively-targeting” flu virus  mutation [similar to the current one whose victims are 99.5% Mexicans,] and strike another section of the world population [the U.S. population, for example,] with an added vengeance,  in an attempt to [prove their point and win the game.]

“Today, however, officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the agency with the most expertise on influenza pandemics, suggested that the projections should be regarded with caution.” NY Times reported.

“We don’t necessarily see this as a likely scenario,” said Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

A CDC press officer, threading carefully not to upset President’s CAST was reported as saying: “Look, if the virus keeps behaving the way it is now, I don’t think anyone here expects anything like 90,000 deaths.”

NY Times reported one of the report authors as casting doubt over the report’s potential casualty figures:

“As more data has come out of the Southern Hemisphere, where it seems to be fading, it looks as if it’s going to be somewhat milder,” said the expert, Marc Lipsitch, an epidemiologist at the Harvard School of Public Health. “If we were betting on the most likely number, I’d say it’s not 90,000 deaths; it’s lower.”

“Yes,” our colleagues at MSRB unanimously say: “Much, much, lower … unless the switch the virus to a much deadlier one, without telling anyone about it.”

Dr. Harold Varmus,  one of the panel’s chairmen, has reportedly defended the report: “A lot of people think the flu is over,” Dr. Varmus said. “We think it’s important that there be a dose of reality. It’s certainly not an outlandish proposal. A lot of people are going to be infected.”

NY Times finds it unusual that “a report with such striking figures,” would have been released with so “little fanfare,” and minimal “coordination than might have been expected among public health officials.”

Following excerpts are from the NY Time article:

The report was posted on the White House Web site on Monday, two weeks late, since it was dated Aug. 7. With President Obama on vacation in Martha’s Vineyard, no news conference with the White House or with the report’s authors was scheduled.

Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of health and human services, was at the disease centers’ headquarters in Atlanta, addressing a special symposium on swine flu.

A summary of the report was handed out by the centers’ press staff to medical reporters as she spoke, but Ms. Sebelius did not dwell on it or mention its forecast of 30,000 to 90,000 deaths, more than twice the 36,000 deaths usually caused by seasonal flu.

With the centers’ director, Dr. Thomas Frieden, by her side, she said fall would be a challenge when flu returned, and acknowledged a recent Washington Post poll showing that few Americans were worried. She even joked that it might bring handkerchiefs back into fashion. More …

For the record, while both Kathleen Sebelius and CDC’s Frieden have acknowledged that “some people” would die, neither has provided an estimate.

Finally, in ‘Swine Flu’ Double Psychology FEWW says:

[If the CAST estimates were] even remotely true, and the threat of a [second, much deadlier wave of swine flu striking the U.S. were] imminent, then [the White House must] discharge their responsibility to the people by taking at least the following two steps:

  1. Dismantle WHO [and the President’s CAST] and replace [them] with [honest, professional and competent organizations that are uncorrupted by the pharmaceuticals.]
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  2. Nationalize pharmaceuticals to eliminate any threat of the laboratory-engineered “designer mutations” of [swine] flu and other deadly viral disease pandemics, weapons  that are used for monetary exploitation [by the pharmaceuticals.]

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Sales of Tamiflu Rocket Sky High

Posted by msrb on May 1, 2009

Making a Killing: Pharmaceuticals 911

Sales of Tamiflu and other antiviral drugs, hand sanitizers, anti-bacterial soap and protective masks and gloves are shooting up

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Tamiflu is one of the antiviral drugs used against the A(H1N1) virus [swine flu.] “
Rare but serious skin reactions and allergic reactions have been reported. Stop taking TAMIFLU and call your doctor if you experience any of these reactions, as they could be very serious. People with the flu, particularly children and adolescents, may be at an increased risk of self injury and confusion shortly after taking TAMIFLU and should be closely monitored for signs of unusal behavior. A healthcare professional should be contacted immediately if the patient taking TAMIFLU shows any signs of unusual behavior. The most common side effects of TAMIFLU are mild to moderate nausea and vomiting.” Caption: Tamiflu.com. Image: AFP. May be subject to copyright.

  • A box of Tamiflu (ten 75-milligram capsules) is about $115 in the U.S.
  • A dose of Relenza usually costs about $100 at the pharmacies. [Relenza is packaged in medicine disks and is inhaled by mouth using a delivery device, manufacturer said.]
  • U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the United States would purchase 13 million more courses of flu medicine.
  • The U.S. government has stockpiled about 50 million courses of antiviral drugs and state stockpiles across the country include an additional 23 million courses.
  • The Indian government is buying 10 million Tamiflu tablets and 10 million N-95 face masks,  the Hindi daily Hindustan reported.
  • Johnson & Johnson, makers of the popular hand sanitizer Purell, are ramping up production to meet increased demand.
  • Kellogg Co, the world’s largest cereal maker, said it has received some large orders from Mexican retailers that are stockpiling to meet increased demand as consumers begin hoarding food, Reuters reported.
  • As the demand for protective masks skyrockets, 3M is counting its windfall. “We have seen an increase in demand and we have increased production,” a company spokeswoman said. “We have added additional shifts in our facilities.”

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Relenza Inhaler and medicine disk. “In studies, the most common side effects with RELENZA have been headaches; diarrhea; nausea; vomiting; nasal irritation; bronchitis; cough; sinusitis; ear, nose, and throat infections; and dizziness. Other side effects that have been reported, but were not as common, include rashes and allergic reactions, some of which were severe.” Image and caption: Relenza.com. May be subject to copyright.

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