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Michael Jackson, MRSA (Mercer's) and SWINE FLU?

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posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:12 PM
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I had to. I really did. I can't believe I'm the first.

Sitting around watching my children, and my brain went....hey....

Staph....heart attack.....sudden death....between 18 and 50.....

Swine Flu.

We already know that swine flu is more likely to kill people in the peak adult years. We know that people can and do die very suddenly. We know that it has been linked to heart attacks and other sudden organ failures. We know that people with MRSA (Mercer's Disease) are way more likely to have serious problems with Swine Flu.

So keep your eyes peels for anyone saying anything about him having had a fever, cough, sneezing, and the other common flu symptoms.




posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:15 PM
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Now grant that the ONLY source I have on the Mercer's Disease is that silly thread on the medium channelling Jackson. (and no...I don't believe it. Just saying.)


edit to add: Ah. Here's another.

www.dailymail.co.uk...

[edit on 2009/6/28 by Aeons]



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:23 PM
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Originally posted by Aeons
We already know that swine flu is more likely to kill people in the peak adult years.


Err no its not according to REAL swine flu experts




Children younger than 5 years old. Adults 65 years of age and older.
Persons with the following conditions:
Chronic pulmonary (including asthma), cardiovascular (except hypertension), renal, hepatic, hematological (including sickle cell disease), neurologic, neuromuscular, or metabolic disorders (including diabetes mellitus);
Immunosuppression, including that caused by medications or by HIV;
Pregnant women;
Persons younger than 19 years of age who are receiving long-term aspirin therapy;
Residents of nursing homes and other chronic-care facilities.




We know that people can and do die very suddenly.


Yes that is correct, usually not with the flu though.



We know that it has been linked to heart attacks and other sudden organ failures.


No, its been linked to people that have existing cardiovascular or hypertension problems,



We know that people with MRSA (Mercer's Disease) are way more likely to have serious problems with Swine Flu.


Do you have a source for this or is this (like your other points) based purely on assumption



So keep your eyes peels for anyone saying anything about him having had a fever, cough, sneezing, and the other common flu symptoms.


Oh yeah because we should assume that anyone that does these things, must have swine flu



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:24 PM
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Mercer's Disease is not professional terminology. It's a name made from an incorrect interpretation of the acronym MRSA. (Pronounced Mersa)



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:29 PM
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Oz - you may assume I am snowballing something that came to my mind and your tone of disgust is neither needed for appropriate. I'm sure it is fun for you though.

I did post a link on the MRSA infection. As you can clearly see in my second post.

People in the peak adult years are indeed more likely to die of a cytokine storm produced by the H1N1 virus. This leads to a very rapid death, through a SARS like reaction and/or organ failures.

Since he died of a heart attack apparently, one can assume he had some heart or hypertension issue, n'est pas? Sometimes working backwards from a known event is the confirmation you need to support the theory. Has a cardiovascular problem, because....he had a massive heart attack.



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:30 PM
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in the last hospital i worked in, we had to put gowns on and take extra careful precautions for patients with MRSA.

well, one day i noticed that the doctors were the only ones in the room that didn't have extra gowns on and who weren't taking contact precautions - when i asked why, he said that practically everyone has MRSA, and that it resides in our noses, so he wasn't worried about getting it at all... in fact, the only one's who weren't gowned up in the whole O.R. were the surgeons, because they knew the truth that everyone has MRSA; we just had to take contact precautions because it was hospital policy, but since that policy was made, just about everyone had contracted MRSA since then...

[edit on 28-6-2009 by adrenochrome]



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:31 PM
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Originally posted by ravenshadow13
Mercer's Disease is not professional terminology. It's a name made from an incorrect interpretation of the acronym MRSA. (Pronounced Mersa)


Actually, I've only ever heard it called M R S A with the letters being said as in an acronym. Perhaps there are people who have decided to pronounce it in some areas.



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:33 PM
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Originally posted by adrenochrome
in the last hospital i worked in, we had to put gowns on and take extra careful precautions for patients with MRSA.

well, one day i noticed that the doctors were the only ones in the room that didn't have extra gowns on and who weren't taking contact precautions - when i asked why, he said that practically everyone has MRSA, and that it resides in our noses, so he wasn't worried about getting it at all... in fact, the only one's who weren't gowned up in the whole O.R. were the surgeons, because they knew the truth that everyone has MRSA; we just had to take contact precautions because it was hospital policy, but since that policy was made, just about everyone had contacted MRSA since then...


Ah, put not everyone has a disease reaction to it. Which apparently this person - MJ - did.

Community MRSA is everywhere. I'm well aware of it.

However, there are some forms that are worse than others. Not all are as innocuous.



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:36 PM
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Originally posted by Aeons
I did post a link on the MRSA infection. As you can clearly see in my second post.


I didnt see the link because I was writing my post at the time. My apologies for this and the condescending tone



Since he died of a heart attack apparently, one can assume he had some heart or hypertension issue, n'est pas? Sometimes working backwards from a known event is the confirmation you need to support the theory. Has a cardiovascular problem, because....he had a massive heart attack.


But he also had a high addiction to prescription pain killers, which are also known to affect the cardiovascular system. Either way, if you're on to something, well done.



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:44 PM
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I may not be on to anything necessarily.

But my mind put it together, and I figured this was the crowd to throw it at. See if someone can dig up something, an interview, a friend source, saying that he might have had some flu symptoms.

I've said from the beginning that people will only take this seriously if it kills someone in politics or hollywood. Stupid, but probably true.

At this point, the heart attack causing his death does is not necessarily confirmed until after the autopsy. And even then, it could be true but if the heart attack could still be precipitated by something else.

Taking out someone like MJ would be just the "bringing it to the real world" type of scenario that those in power would either want bad or would cover up like a dog with a bone.



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:46 PM
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Originally posted by OzWeatherman

Originally posted by Aeons
I did post a link on the MRSA infection. As you can clearly see in my second post.


I didnt see the link because I was writing my post at the time. My apologies for this and the condescending tone


Hey, if I was really really serious and stuck to my guns that the guy had MRSA based on a thread about an interview with someone supposedly channelling a superstar on the radio......I would probably feel the need to be a bit condescending too.


[edit on 2009/6/28 by Aeons]



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 10:56 PM
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I would also like a source stating people with MRSA have more problems with swine flu.

About 6-8 months ago my wife got MRSA on the back of her upper thigh. It was so painful for her and we had no insurance. We belive she got it from her work because she works in a casino and those cards and chips are soooooo dirty....it's gross. Anyways she had the hardest time sitting down and could not walk or anything. Finally we had to pay to go to some clinic and they gave her meds. The next day she was in a high fever and a scary rash all over her body so we paid to rush her to ER to find out she was alergic to the MRSA meds. Got some other stuff and it finally went away.

Then a couple weeks later I got this painful area below my nose right where your nose meets your face above your lips. Started to get really bad so paid for kaiser and I also got MRSA. Let me tell you.....having it in that spot was the prbably the second most painful thing I have ever felt in my life.....second only to my bad appendix. They gave me different meds from my wife and I also got allergic reaction. Gave me other stuff and finally went away.

Then for the next 5 months we both keep getting small boils in the areas we had the mrsa and then one time I even came down with a huge bad infection. Before we ever had caught MRSA we never got boils are pimples or anything and then we got them all the time.

Finally it seems as if I found a natural routine to prevent anything from coming. We take a liquid vitamin, collodial silver, garlic pills, and apple cider vinegar pills everyday! Ever since we started that routine we never get the boils or infections again.....except for one time I forgot to take the pills for 2 days and sure enough I got a small boil right away.

That MRSA stuff is bad stuff and it seems like we just are subject to outbreaks forever now unless we take this vitamins.

Edit: Doh! I see the link now, thanks.

[edit on 28-6-2009 by Kingfanpaul]

Oh wait that, is just a link showing Jackson had it. Any link about MRSA and Swine?

[edit on 28-6-2009 by Kingfanpaul]



posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 11:21 PM
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Here is an example of a death showing how MRSA and H1N1 together caused a fatality.

www.buffalonews.com...

This one mentions that MRSA complicating pneumonia and secondary infections are a known problem with any flu.

wiki.medpedia.com...

And one with a little video about how H1N1 and MRSA are a bad combination.

www.wivb.com...

And here's a lovely piece talking up how MRSA wounds your immune system (making you more susceptible to other virii) by causing your immune system cells to explode.

What a nice image.

www.foxnews.com...



posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 09:06 AM
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It could be that Michael Jackson and swine flu are connected but in the way you think.
Reports are coming in that he and Jane burgermeister were friends and that he was going to use his British concerts to spread the word with regards to the swine flu being man made. Jane has recently filed charges with the FBI against WHO and the UN for bioterrorism (swine flu) and intent to cause mass genocide (swine flu vaccine)

The russians are saying that a spy satillite picked up an electromagnectis pulse ( or a weapon in plain english ) at the location of his house. He was murdered to stop the press running with her story cos I haven't read anything anywhere about that but I've seen an awful lot about Michael Jackson !!!!

Now I'm not saying any of this is true but what if it is and what does it all mean. I have just contacted Sky News to ask that very question and also The Daily Express national newspaper here in England.

I will hopefully get an answer from them please other people look this up too and report back cos I'm getting nervous about the silence and my friends all think I'm mad. (yes I do still have friends at the moment)

It gets a bit lonely here so please someone talk to me about this



posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 09:10 AM
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All the witness's say that he was up until late the night before, practicing for his upcoming concerts. He was doing fine. He was late arriving but that was his usual mode of operation. (how rude!)

That's not swine flu or MRSA like behavior.

I'm thinking that 'doctor' gave him a lethal shot and then screwed up by giving him CPR when he still had a pulse.



posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 12:56 PM
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First thing I thought if- flu.

There was a pilot last week who had a sudden heart attack and died in the ockpit (the plane made it safely home); he was in good health and had recently passed a flight physical. FLU?

Michael Jackson- lost tons of weight- multiple surgeries= multiple exposure to MRSA. It has come out that he was not just homosexual, but promiscuous-AIDS? Could he have developed an autoimmune disease from all of the plastic in his body? And finally, was he exposed to FLU?

Billy Mays- Perfect health- landed in a bumpy ride on a plane yesterday (day before?), had a bump on his head, but the post-mortem showed no cranial injury. Massive heart attack. Did he catch FLU on the plane?



posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 01:00 PM
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I believe the switch to digital tv may be the reason he took too many meds. see, black ops is doing mind control experiments 24-7 now.

proliberty.com...

that link explains it. also i have started a new thread addressing this issue.
i can only guess that they could of gone after michael ,since he was sorta a perv and therefore a great test subject. Yet, the black ops folks are also a bunch of deviants as well . At least MJ was super creative etc.

Now David Carradine was also .....



posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 01:23 PM
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Time will tell.

I am reading some articles where people are dying of sudden death. Seemingly healthy people.


Here's something else, Geraldo Rivera got into: He says MJ was worth more dead than alive. He had astronomical insurance policies taken out on him and, its not far fetched to imagine that since he was so fragile and sickly, skinny, etc, that someone did him in.
But time will tell, as i said.

Too bad we have to wait so long to find out what is what.




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