first, some info about the source itself: en.wikipedia.org...
then, the article, translated using google translate:
and here's the original:
i'm polish, so i can translate any part in case of doubts, but i prefer to use somewhat 'official' translation to avoid being accused of
A woman infected with the so-called. swine flu died Friday in hospital in the north of the Czech Republic - Czech chief epidemiologist said
Michael Vit. In the next five persons laboratory tests confirmed the presence of the virus.
How Havliczkova said, the virus is present in the country throughout the year, both in the form of epidemics, as well as in isolated manner. - The
fact that now we found him in a larger number corresponds to the fact that it is late autumn - soothed.
yeah, bird flu epidemics. sure.
Czech media reported that during the period of increased influenza cases numbering in the country's 10 million inhabitants are infected with a
virus about 1 million people, of whom died from 1500 to 2000 people - mostly the elderly or seriously ill, which the body has no strength to fight of
in what time period? also, 1500 to 2000 people dead from bird flu? and only the elderly or seriously ill are supposed to be dying from it? isn't bird
flu far more deadly than swine flu?
Czech-in-chief epidemiologist says that before the so-called. swine flu vaccine also protects against seasonal flu.
and here comes the vaccination scare tactics. get a shot or get ill and possibly die.
but now, the most interesting part:
- We have one death. Already tabled to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - Vit said. - The biological material identified
pandemic strain of H1N1 has five times - he added.
somehow google translate messed this one up, so i'll translate:
- We have one death. We've already submitted it to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - Vit said. - We've identified
pandemic strain of H1N1 in the biological material five times already - he added.
pandemic strain of H1N1? so what exactly killed that woman? swine flu? if yes, why 'avian flu' in the title of that article?
the fact is, new strain of H5N1 (bird flu), that can spread amongst humans far better than the strains we've encountered so far, was created in the
lab - there are some threads about this here already. in any other case, it would be just a mistake in the title of that article - the whole thing
obviously says about swine flu, not avian flu. but what if they know something we don't? what if they're using few cases of swine flu infection to
imprint 'avian flu is coming' in the brains of the masses? what the average joe will remember from that article? the title and the place where it
occured? what about the people that won't even read it but will see the header on the main page of the portal?
they're not the only polish portal that says about that event, saying 'avian flu' in the title - but the other one has much shorter info, so i've
decided to skip it. what makes me wonder though is who is the source of this 'mistake'. remember 9/11? they've reported that building 7 has fallen few
moments before it happened.
some people are dying from swine flu all the time. elderly, seriously ill - just like they've said. why make an article about it? people aren't buying
that anymore and governments spent their cash on H1N1 vaccine already, so there's no point in going back to it, it's a beating of a dead horse -
unless you want people to remember that 'avian flu + vaccine = safety' when it comes, thanks to 'mistake' in the title. i don't believe in
makes one wonder, where are they planning to release that avian flu strain created in the lab? china? 'they had it already, it was just a matter of
time' - perfect excuse. but wouldn't that get chinese a little bit pissed?
in case that article gets removed or corrected, here are the screenshots of both the original and the translation:
edit on 25-11-2011 by jedi_hamster because: (no reason given)