Well firstly i think it's cool that ATS got a mention, even if it seems like it is in bad light, it will bring people here and then they can make
their own mind up about the stories the MSM won't report on.
As for the article being discussed, the first thing that jumped out at me is this quote....
With concerns over the H1N1 flu rising and supplies of vaccine running scarce, it's no surprise that alternative remedies are circulating on the
Concerns over supplies of the vaccine running scarce? How can they be scarce if there are big pharma companies ready to pocket billions from this by
making as much as the world wants? Why on earth would the vaccine be running scarce?
Ah wait a sec
"I think what would work better would be to say that there is a shortage and people would tend to line up more for something that's in demand."
(and then laughing).
[url=http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread516019/pg1] Recording of CFR discussing how to get people to take the H1N1 vaccine - Artificial
Looks like the CFR have a few helpers with their plan.
At the end of the day, they can say what they want about the recommendations in the onion thread, it worked for me so thats that.
I never once said it should replace medication, nor did the OP of that thread. It cured a week of illness that made me bad enough to be on the verge
of calling the docs. If thats a bad thing, then so be it.
As for the onion remedy being unproven as the WSJ states, is my case not proof that it works to some degree? I'm not sure if i had swine flu, but
i'll tell you this much, i have had every symptom they describe, so if i had gone to the hospital they'd have given me something that is also not
I'd be very interested to compare the statistics on how many people have died or had serious side effects from vaccinations past and present,
compared with how many people have died from inhaling onion fumes.
Yes ok hardly a great comparison i admit, and i'm certainly not belittling Swine Flu, i'd just rather go for prevention by natural remedies rather
than taking a cocktail of crap that is raising concerns even among experts in the industry.
Thanks for the heads up on the article though.