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Mysterious U.S. Swine Flu Probe Widens as Mexico Finds Swine Flu *updated*

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posted on May, 24 2009 @ 06:36 AM
Swine flu found in Basel
A Basel-area woman has become Switzerland's third confirmed case of swine flu

H1N1 Confirmed At Luxury Boston Hotel
Employee At Taj Hotel Diagnosed With Swine Flu

China reports 10th suspected flu case

Questions surround Mexican genome project

Report says another 11 H1N1 flu cases confirmed in South Korea

US troops with flu leave Kuwait

Web mined for disease (has since shut down)

natho47: One hour of rest, girl reaches 16 years brought by Mother with feverish with influenza A H1N1 fears
Automatically translated from Spanish 4 minutes ago from web

Australia, South Korea, Japan Get New Swine Flu Cases (Update1)
May 24

2nd flu case in Philippines

Plea to parents to keep children at home

Back Door:
In the Wake of the H1N1 Pandemic: Mexico's Ailing Economy is in Critical Condition

Economy, not swine flu, sends chill thru New York City's tourism

Tamiflu might not work against swine flu, Government’s own scientists warn
Sunday, May 24, 2009

China reports eighth H1N1 flu case

AuntErica83: @herthad...sorry Big Edie! I think I have the Swine Flu! I've been really sick the last week. Missed a lot of work. Call u tonight 6 minutes ago from web

ssuw: BREAKING NEWS: The Mexican government says suspected swine flu cases have risen to 2,498. 2 minutes ago from web

Reviewtoakill: I am at a family party whilst feeling like death warmed up. I would quite like to curl up and sleep for a year. Swine flu is terrible. 2 minutes ago from TwitterBerry

County has first swine flu case
Northridge School student is recovering at home, officials say.

Case of swine flu confirmed in Schuylkill County

Oshkosh woman says she has swine flu

12 swine flu cases confirmed in FdL County

Ohio avoids worst of flu outbreak
Nearby states have far more confirmed cases

A/H1N1 flu forces another school to close in Australia

County reports second H1N1 case

New strategy for influenza H1N1 09 (Human Swine Influenza) in Western Australia

Russian sanitary chief warns against Japan visits over swine flu

Swine flu toll up to 13
Grandin school first for catholic school board

Third case of swine flu in Poland

85 confirmed chikungunya cases in Phuket

7th human swine flu case confirmed

[edit on 5/24/2009 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 08:35 AM

805 Confirmed Cases Of H1N1 Swine Flu (H1N1) Virus In Canada

The PHAC (Public Health Agency of Canada) announced that as at the end of 22 May, 2009, the total number of confirmed swine flu cases is 805, including one death, in 9 provinces and 1 territory. Half of all confirmed human infections are under 22 years of age. 21 people have been hospitalized.

Below is geographical breakdown of all laboratory confirmed cases:

* British Columbia - confirmed cases 115
* Alberta - confirmed cases 94, 1 death
* Saskatchewan - confirmed cases 77
* Manitoba - confirmed cases 6
* Ontario - confirmed cases 294
* Quebec - confirmed cases 143
* New Brunswick - confirmed cases 2
* Nova Scotia - confirmed cases 70
* Prince Edward Island - confirmed cases 3
* Newfoundland - confirmed cases 0
* Yukon - confirmed cases 1
* Northwest Territories - confirmed cases 0
* Nunavut - confirmed cases 0

Total - confirmed cases 805, 1 death
More at Link...

IAS holds pandemic prevention workshops

State cases of swine flu rise to 27

Suspicion of infection in 6 new cases of bird flu and the lake Menoufia
Sunday, May 24, 2009 - 14:43

# Japan: Hyogo Prefecture: Nishinomiya : 1 copnfirmed caseSource: Kyodo NewsDate: 24 May 2009less than 20 seconds ago from twitterfeed

# Japan: Osaka Prefecture: Toyono City: 3 confirmed cases.Source: Kyodo NewsDate: 24 May 2009less than 20 seconds ago from twitterfeed

Cheri7763: @Chrisiee a couple weeks ago all three of us were sick with the flu but just flu not h1n1 LOL 9 minutes ago from TwitterFon

_Jon0: Something is wrong. I can't stand up for extended periods without getting really hot and feeling like I'm gonna pass out. Clearly swine flu. less than a minute ago from web

angellyfish: oh wait maybe i do. my throat hurts soooo bad. swine flu? 1 minute ago from web

[edit on 5/24/2009 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 09:27 AM
reply to post by Hx3_1963

Good Morning! Stars for you!
News is a little thin this morning...but it seems that this flu has such a big back door...infact I dont know if it has a front door!

Massive MSM Brainwashing!
““A Plan that Would Require Americans to Get Not One, Not Two, But Three Flu Shots” - “Trust the Scientists” - “Massive Public Education Campaign””

Are the governments of the world preparing to vaccinate the entire populace? It seems that may be the case. According to Reuters 4.9 billion vaccinations against the supposed swine flu could be ready shortly. Documents have been leaked that suggest the CDC is preparing to have a Day of Planning for an H1N1 Vaccination Campaign. The WHO" is also now saying that because of the outbreak in Japan they may be forced to declare a level 6 pandemic

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 09:31 AM
reply to post by burntheships
Good Day to you as well...I hope

It's always slow on week-ends and this being a holiday (go spread yer NAU Flu one at that) normal...Hmmm...

I'm throwin' in some Bird Flu/death articles as well since this will be the next thingy :shk: (moved to "Bacon" thread per CITS's request)

Koreans cancel trips to Japan as flu cases rise

Spain confirms 7 new cases of swine flu

PRO/AH/EDR> Influenza A (H1N1) - worldwide (43): case counts

Japan's tally of new-flu infections comes to 342+

Parents slam authorities' flu response

U.S. Closer to Viable Swine Flu Shot
05.24.09, 08:00 AM EDT
Ingredients being tested could be sent to manufacturers by month's end, CDC says

31 New York schools closed as flu spreads
Thu May 21, 2009

[edit on 5/24/2009 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 09:36 AM
This may have been posted here...if so I apologize but think we all need to know what our tax dollars are being spent on, and what the government is planning!

Feds to set aside $1B for swine flu vaccine development

The funding will be used to produce bulk supplies of two key components of a vaccine and to test them in humans. The most critical of the two is the vaccine's active ingredient, a protein from the new flu virus designed to trigger an immune response. The second is a booster, called an adjuvant, that might be added to the vaccine to ramp up its potency if it doesn't appear to work in early human trials.

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 09:38 AM
Burntheships beat me to it............lets get in line for the three shots..........

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 09:40 AM
Second wave of swine flu could be devastating
May 25, 2009
Page 1 of 7

Swine flu most intense near Ft. Riley
May 24, 2009 12:00 AM

Confirmed cases of A/H1N1 flu soar to 21 in South Korea
Updated May 24, 2009 10:01 PM

School bans to slow swine flu spread

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 09:40 AM
reply to post by Hx3_1963

Can you post these bird cases on the other thread......since I just posted the bird look out issue............

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 09:44 AM
reply to post by burntheships

So basically they are going to test it on some really sick people and if they don't "get over it" they will add the secondary "kicker" to kick up the potency? Hmmm very odd indeed.

By the way Hx:
A couple of month's ago they had a large number of pelican's on the west coast dieing. At first they thought it was an "out of season" natural disease they get that causes their bills to bruise making it impossible for them to eat.(actually comes from an algae I believe)
But upon testing they found it wasn't disease and have since gone totally mum on the subject. Haven't heard one peep about it. Although the coast guard and game warden's asked my hub and his boss's to keep an eye out for any sick or dead birds in the area.(San Fransisco bay, San Pablo Bay)

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 10:06 AM
BREAKING NEWS: Swine flu case confirmed in Brighton and Hove

US Soldiers Are First Confirmed Cases of H1N1 Flu in Kuwait

Aliens in Tambobo Bay defiant

No new swine flu cases identified
Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon "encouraged" that six possible cases of the infection found not to be H1N1 virus.

New flu cases continue to emerge
Saskatchewan News Network; Regina Leader-Post

Taiwan H1N1 cases listed separately by WHO

Mainland reports 11th suspected case

Flatbush yeshiva closed due to swine flu

[edit on 5/24/2009 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 10:18 AM
reply to post by Cloudsinthesky

Whoa that is what they want...just everyone line up and take it in the arm!

reply to post by xoxo stacie

Seems strange, I am researching now to see if that protocol is unprecedented.

While I research, a reminder, and for all that may not know...what happened last time the government wanted everyone to take a flu shot?

Waiting in long lines at schools and clinics, more than 40 million Americans — almost 25% of the population — received the swine flu vaccine before the program was halted in December after 10 weeks.

More than 500 people are thought to have developed Guillain-Barre syndrome after receiving the vaccine and 25 died. No one completely understands what causes Guillain-Barre in certain people, but the condition can develop after a bout with infection or following surgery or vaccination. The federal government paid millions in damages to people who developed the condition or their families.

However, the pandemic, which some experts estimated at the time could infect 50 million to 60 million Americans, never unfolded. Only about 200 cases of swine flu and one death were ultimately reported in the U.S., the CDC said.

The public viewed the entire episode as political farce, said Sencer, instead of a dedicated, science-based effort to protect public health. He said the government chose to err on the side of caution and risk scorn — something that experts working on the current outbreak may also face.

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posted on May, 24 2009 @ 10:36 AM
Now that we see the TPTB clearly outlining in the open thier plans to vaccinate everyone everywhere...we could all benefit from some understanding of how a vaacine works. In this case the vaccination will be for influenza. While some of these links are about vaccinations that are for antrax, or other virus the key concept is the same. As I previoulsy posted, the upcoming vaccine for this novel flu will contain an adjuvent, as all vaccines do. In this case, it seems that "they" are planning on experimenting with different adjuvents. That is where the real dangers are

I read this a few years back, and it was burned into my mind! While this is a long article, actually a book, you can gain a lot of understanding by perusing the one page at this link.

Immunologists have a special name for substances used to boost feeble vaccines. They are called adjuvants. Adjuvants are arguably the most extensively researched pharmaceutical product in the last quarter century that you never heard of. I have used the word adjuvant three times in this paragraph so far and that is probably three times more than you have ever seen it in print before. This is partly because the most effective adjuvants, those formulated with oils, are too dangerous for human use. That is squalene's other proven ability, causing incurable disease, which is why it is such a touchy subject with the Department of Defense.

Also excellent resources...


Vaccines contain a number of substances which can be divided into the following groups:

1. Micro-organisms, either bacteria or viruses, thought to be causing certain infectious diseases and which the vaccine is supposed to prevent. These are whole-cell proteins or just the broken-cell protein envelopes, and are called antigens.

2. Chemical substances which are supposed to enhance the immune response to the vaccine, called adjuvants.

3. Chemical substances which act as preservatives and tissue fixatives, which are supposed to halt any further chemical reactions and putrefaction (decomposition or multiplication) of the live or attenuated (or killed) biological constituents of the vaccine.

All these constituents of vaccines are toxic, and their toxicity may vary, as a rule, from one batch of vaccine to another.

In this article, the first of a two-part series, we shall deal with adjuvants, their expects role and the reactions (side effects).


The desired immune response to vaccines is the production of antibodies, and this is enhanced by adding certain substances to the vaccines. These are called adjuvants (from the Latin adjuvare, meaning "to help").

The chemical nature of adjuvants, their mode of action and their reactions (side effect) are highly variable. According to Gupta et al. (1993), some of the side effects can be ascribed to an unintentional stimulation of different mechanisms of the immune system whereas others may reflect general adverse pharmacological reactions which are more less expected.

There are several types of adjuvants. Today the most common adjuvants for human use are aluminium hydroxide, aluminium phosphate and calcium phosphate. However, there are a number of other adjuvants based on oil emulsions, products from bacteria (their synthetic derivatives as well as liposomes) or gram-negative bacteria, endotoxins, cholesterol, fatty acids, aliphatic amines, paraffinic and vegetable oils. Recently, monophosphoryl lipid A, ISCOMs with Quil-A, and Syntex adjuvant formulations (SAFs) containing the threonyl derivative or muramyl dipeptide have been under consideration for use in human vaccines.

Chemically, the adjuvants are a highly heterogenous group of compounds with only one thing in common: their ability to enhance the immune response-their adjuvanticity. They are highly variable in terms of how they affect the immune system and how serious their adverse effects are due to the resultant hyperactivation of the immune system.

[edit on 24-5-2009 by burntheships]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 10:49 AM

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, DO
May 1, 2006

Vaccination of “every man, woman and child” has been in the planning for at least the last several years. The current concept, originated by former Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary, Tommy Thompson,[1] is being advanced by his successor, Mike Leavitt.[2] Of course, Thompson envisioned mass vaccination using the smallpox vaccine. But times have changed, and the flu shot now appears to be the instrument of choice for those pursuing the universal vaccination agenda.

The fact that the flu shots are ineffective in every age group hardly seems to matter to those who continually promote their use. Multiple studies published in highly reputable publications have documented that flu shots are ineffective in all ages. For example, The Cochrane Collaboration produced a series of articles in 2005 reviewing the published literature to determine the effectiveness of the flu shot. Nothing substantiating its usefulness was found. .........

........During the week of April 17, 2006, The Washington Post ran a story that not only extolled the use of the influenza vaccines but pushed for a new and improved version by saying, “Why wait for the pandemic to benefit from better flu vaccines?”[7] The story went on to say that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is planning to strengthen the flu shot “destined for the elderly” by adding an immune-boosting compound to the shot called an adjuvant.

An adjuvant is a substance added to produce a high antibody response using the smallest amount of virus (antigen) possible. By definition adjuvants are considered to be “pharmacologically active drugs.” They are designed to be “inert without inherent activity or toxicity” and yet they are required to “potently augment effects of the other compounds” in the vaccines.[8] It is difficult to explain how a substance can be defined as “pharmacologically active” and at the same time be described as “inert and have no activity or toxicity.”

The limiting factor for approval of new adjuvants has been that most are far too toxic for use in humans. However, one adjuvant has been approved in Europe and its approval is on the way for use in the U.S. It is an oil-based adjuvant called MF-59, a compound primarily composed of squalene. On first blush, squalene seems like a good choice for an adjuvant. Manufactured naturally in the liver, squalene is a precursor for cholesterol. In addition, squalene can be purchased at health food stores in its more commonly known form, “shark liver oil.” However, ingested squalene has a completely different effect on the body than injected squalene. When molecules of squalene enter the body through an injection, even at concentrations as small as 10 to 20 parts per billion, it can lead to self-destructive immune responses, such as autoimmune arthritis and lupus.[9]
Several mechanisms have been proposed to explain this reaction.

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 10:53 AM
Passengers warned not to elude flu test

Four more people have been diagnosed with with swine flu in the West Midlands.

Number of A/H1N1 flu cases reaches to 12 in Spanish military base

Oxford has second swine flu case

'The Great Influenza' can teach great lessons

Delegates from the airport, requiring companies to wear masks

Health Officials: NC Has 14th H1N1 Case
New Cases In Orange And Durham Counties

UK swine flu toll is really 30,000, says leading scientist
True extent of the outbreak is claimed to be 300 times worse than government agency admits

# Saskatchewan had 77 cases of H1N1 Friday, a jump from the 49 reported cases mid-week. #swineflu #h1n19 minutes ago from web

# Hanoi establishes emergency committee for the virus A/H1N1 #swineflu #h1n111 minutes ago from web

Eleven more people in the UK have been confirmed with the swine flu virus, taking the total to 133.

Grant County has its first confirmed case of the H1N1 virus.

ANOTHER Victorian school will close for a week after two more cases of swine flu were discovered.

Health ministry reports six more new flu cases

[edit on 5/24/2009 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 11:02 AM
It has been over two years since this study was published. Why isn’t the CDC doing the same experiment with the adjuvant load from their recommended vaccine schedule?

In the irritant category the most common adjuvants used in vaccines your child will get are salts of aluminum (aluminum phosphate and aluminum hydroxide). The safety of aluminum salts has been called into question following the poor health of many Gulf War Veterans who received multiple aluminum adjuvant vaccinations. Many scientists consider that their poor health was caused by the adjuvants in the vaccines they were given. In 2003 French researchers identified aluminum hydroxide vaccine adjuvants as the cause of a new disease consisting of pain and chronic fatigue; noting similarities to problems in Gulf War soldiers.

In a recent study mice were given aluminum hydroxide at doses comparable to Gulf War soldiers. Extensive testing was done of their cognitive ability as well as analysis of the nervous system upon sacrifice. The results showed that aluminum hydroxide caused nerve-related motor defects. Analysis of brain tissue showed 255% increase in inflammatory markers along with 35% loss of motor neurons.

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 11:10 AM
reply to post by burntheships
I don't trust any of these "newer" vaccinations being given after reading some of the carp they use to make them...

Very scary stuff they're injecting into us...not normal at do they expect us to fair after putting that "Frankenstein" concoction into us?!?

Maybe they don't expect us to fair very well eh? *shrugs*

[edit on 5/24/2009 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 11:10 AM
reply to post by Hx3_1963

UK swine flu toll is really 30,000, says leading scientist
True extent of the outbreak is claimed to be 300 times worse than government agency admits

You are going to be seeing a whole slew of these type's of stories in the days to come. Many countries have "pre-ordered" their fair share of the coming vaccine. They can't have people thinking it isn't really going to be needed if this thing mutates now can they....

The one thing that has kept me from ever getting a vaccine is the fact that half the time they don't even know the long term effects of the darn thing. The other half of the time they do and sell it anyway because the few lawsuit's they "might" get out weigh the profit from those who have no reaction.
Secondly my mom gets those stupid shot's every year for flu and pneumonia and every dang year less than ONE WEEK after getting them she gets sick and is hospitalized! Yet every year her doctor demands she get them again!

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 11:23 AM

Originally posted by Hx3_1963
reply to post by burntheships

Very scary stuff they're injecting into us...not normal at do they expect us to fair after putting that "Frankenstein" concoction into us?!?

Maybe they don't expect us to fair very well eh? *shrugs*

Yeah I guess they dont "care"

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 12:02 PM
reply to post by burntheships
Of course they care silly

They want it to work exactly as planned...get it

ECDC reporting that the total has reached 12,501 globally #swineflu #h1n1less than a minute ago from web

# ECDC reporting 26 new cases reported from EU and EFTA countries #swineflu #h1n1less than a minute ago from web

# Influenza A(H1N1) cases in Southeast Asia /qcgkfb #swineflu #h1n11 minute ago from web

# Several Southeast Asian countries have confirmed that some of their citizens have tested positive for Influenza A(H1N1) #swineflu #h1n13 minutes ago from web

NZ alarm at swine flu spread in Australia

Swine flu hits five children in Hudson County, bringing statewide total to 31

[edit on 5/24/2009 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 24 2009 @ 12:26 PM

Originally posted by Hx3_1963
reply to post by burntheships
Of course they care silly

They want it to work exactly as planned...get it

Of the cremation of care ritual at the Bohemian Grove!

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