posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 10:26 AM
Originally posted by CYRAX
THE internet had a disruptive impact on the handling of the swine flu pandemic by fuelling speculation and rumours, according to the World Health
The WHO has previously distributed antifertility vaccines to women of childbearing age in several poor countries, under the guise of tetanus vaccines.
The use of squalene in some swine-flu vaccines leads me to believe use of these was another attempt to lower fertility, in a semi-targeted manner.
Remember members of the German parliament were given a special vaccine, different to the ones the rest of Germany had.
Naturally, after putting so much effort into creating this flu, beginning with digging up victims of the 1918 pandemic from Alaskan permafrost in 1997
and spending years reconstructing the virus, the WHO would be pretty pissed off when not only did the virus not work as they'd hoped, but much of the
world decided they'd prefer the virus to the remedy.
Luckily for us, the intention of catching us between the devil (of death) and the deep blue sea, (of reduced fertility,) didn't work, as the people
spreading the virus don't yet understand what makes a virus stay dangerous.
It just goes to show how important it is that we can access knowledge for ourselves on what's going on and how to combat it. Some people here did
great work in collecting flu remedies, investigating the role of Vitamin D in influenza, and offering support and encouragement to each other.