posted on May, 13 2009 @ 05:30 PM
Okay, for a reality check. Just because something hasn't yet infected millions, doesn't mean it isn't likely to do so.
Also, the number of cases reported, both confirmed & death totals are bogus on many fronts.
1. Doctors are being told not to test most people. It's as easy as that!
2. Testing centers can't keep up with the number of samples. They're backlogged!
3. If they die from complications of the flu, many times it's reported solely as pneumonia with no reference to the flu, ie. not counted
Should we wait until our neighbors, family members, perhaps ourselves become infected to be concerned?
That just sounds silly to me!
reply to post by tothetenthpower
Everything you wrote makes perfect sense. While I'm concerned about this, there's not much we can do to stop the spread at this point. It's going
to do what it's going to do. I'm not flipping out, just not denying the potential situation at hand.
Yes, we are in need of a population reduction. I'd rather nature take some of us out, then elitist scum.
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