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Swine Flu Hysteria Spreads Faster Than Actual Virus

Why are governments acting as if armageddon is around the corner when swine flu has claimed just one victim all week?

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Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Friday, May 1, 2009

Despite the fact that swine flu has claimed just one victim all week, a kill rate multiple times lower than the common flu, governments of the world are acting as if armageddon is right around the corner.

The World Health Organization calls a virus that has killed a confirmed 12 people in over a week a “threat to humanity” while talk of martial law, mandatory vaccinations and forced quarantines runs rampant.

Much of the hysteria is being fueled by people inundating hospitals and doctor’s offices who have mundane illnesses like the common cold, but who just want to “make sure” they don’t have swine flu. Such cases are immediately treated as “suspected swine flu cases” by the media and the panic spreads faster than the actual virus, which according to Mexican health officials is now clearly slowing down.

However, while media headlines and government advisors scream about a potential pandemic and hundreds of thousands of fatalities, an anonymous GP writing for the London Guardian today explains that calls from people worried they have swine flu have tailed off, while people with flu symptoms are almost non-existent.

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May 1, 2009 - Posted by | Disease, False Flag Operation, Flu, Government, Health, Pandemic, Quarantine, Viruses, World Health Organization | , , , , , , , ,

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