posted on Nov, 22 2009 @ 05:40 PM
It's almost hard to believe the coroner since he advocates the vaccine. However, I think he probably is telling the truth about the deaths. I say
this because, again, the flu that my cousin had was a weird one, while so many said it was nothing. Don't let your rightful anger of the implications
of this prevent you from seeing a potentially real biological danger. My cousin had collapsing lungs and has surgery scars to show for it (granted,
she had aggravating factors but the symptoms were somewhat similar to bird flu and their progression seemed strange). Still, in comparison to this
hemorrhagic sickness, my bout was nothing.
I'd better get hold of much more powerful remedies than what I used the last time around. Does anyone know the status of Codex Alimentarius?? If that
thing goes through and extends to the U.S., then some of us may have no way to get through this (unless you can get Tamiflu, are able to take it, and
it works for you). Just in time for the "plague".
And I agree that the testing isn't a simple thing. My case matched the clinical picture and the nasal swab supposedly ruled out regular flu (I
disagree with the methodology but I was taking so many supplements I wonder if anything would've shown up on a test). I was told that only
hospitalized patients get specific H1N1 tests. I couldn't believe it when this spring it came out that they would no longer test everyone suspected.
My cousin said that the people who were dying of this have been the people sent home with no treatment.
Has anyone noticed public schools are starting to hold vaccination clinics now? Whole bunch of them, and numbers to increase soon. Check your local
public school website. This really confirms the agenda for me. It's getting too close to what has been predicted, for comfort.
Plus, remember what Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell said in October of last year?? He said there would be an event worse than 9/11.
With all the other warnings around the same time from world leaders (including Joe Biden - I under "wintermarches", and others listed a lot of them
in past threads), I think they knew something and I think some were scared. If the elite feel an obligation to warn us of their plans, then they did
it. Maybe this isn't the big deadly germ, but just because pneumonia exists doesn't mean this doesn't also. If this is the killer, it's right on
McConnell said the president-elect's excitement "is going to be dampened somewhat when he begins to focus on the realities of the myriad of
changes and challenges we are going to face in the future." One of those "challenges" include the prospect of an attack by a biological agent,
which he said might "create casualties greater than 9/11."
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