Monday, December 21, 2009

VacciNation:Duped by Medical Quackery...

Vaccinations are pushed by the news media and other so-called experts as the miracle cure to a variety of conditions, but have you ever examined the science for yourself?
Would the very suggestion that vaccinations are harmful incite anger inside of you, causing you to dismiss this article as hogwash? If vaccinations are truly the silver bullet against deadly diseases, and their safety is indeed based upon concrete science, then there should be no fear as to investigating the matter further.
Read more below.
Why then, is mainstream media along with many medical establishments refusing to discuss the science behind vaccinating to a proficient degree?
You could argue that it’s “so stupid that they don’t want to waste their time on it”, but if that were the case then why are so many doctors exposing the health hazards of vaccines? Even if it so so stupid that it made absolutely no sense, wouldn’t the mainstream media pick it up to get higher ratings?
Wouldn’t the “loonies” bring some viewers to their station, to laugh at their “insanity”...?

Friday, December 18, 2009

Student Suspended And Assaulted For Handing Out ANTI-VACCINE Flyers

The flyers consisted of simple medical studies that disprove vaccine safety claims by the CDC. On December 16th Breckenridge High School was holding a free vaccination clinic for all willing students, I signed up on the 14th and intended to enter the science room to hand out educational flyers.

When I began handing them out I was physically pushed around by my principal, this didn’t stop me from handing out many more flyers to the waiting students, some of which changed their mind and began to leave the line. After being threatened with arrest and removal from school property, I went back to class.
When I was dismissed at 1:30 I ran back to the clinic. After being physical blocked by a public health official I slid under her arm and began peacefully offering nurses more information. This is when my science teacher Scott Wermerskirchen Assaulted me by pushing, bumping, grabbing, and aggressively ‘bearhugging’ me in an attempt to get my video camera.
The whole altercation was captured on multiple security cameras and seen by over 20 witnesses. The school is refusing to release any video footage, and has not taken action against this teacher. However, the punishment for handing out flyers was a 2 day out of school suspension which was issued to me. This is ludicrous unjust and downright fascist.
Contact the school with your opinions
(Principal Bettin)
Superintendent Schmidt
Every student in this film has given me WRITTEN CONSENT to film and broadcast them, although I did not operate the camera, I therefore avoided breaking any rules...

Kids Offered Pizza For Taking Swine Flu Shot

(WXYZ) - The Detroit Health Department is fighting swine flu with pepperoni. When kids return to school after the holiday break, each class has the opportunity to get a free pizza party – if they sign up for the shots.
It’s a simple fact--kids don’t like vaccinations – even when they can get them in a spray.
Their parents, like Leslie Ethridge however, are often eager to get their kids protected, “Your children get 20 some odd inoculations, this is just another one, so if it’s available you should get the shot.”
But when Detroit schools – both public and private-- sent home permission slips for students to get H1N1 vaccine at school, the return rate was only about ten percent.
Dr. Walter Davis, Detroit Pandemic Flu Coordinator, told us, “talking to principals and some parents we find that a lot of them are never receiving consent forms.”
The Detroit Health Department has already been working especially hard to get the vaccine into the community.
For instance, today parents attending the Christmas program at the Foreign Language Immersion School on Outer Drive had the chance to get shots for themselves and their children before or after the program....

Sanofi-Pasteur Removes Thimerosal Free Vaccine from Market

On December 15, 2009 the CDC released a statement announcing the recall of 800,000 doses of H1N1 vaccine from the market. This was a story that should have received widespread coverage in the national media but, instead, largely died out at the local news level. Although some local stations made the recall their top story, many simply reported it as if it were no big deal and mentioned nothing else about it in subsequent broadcasts. Yet you would think that the recall of close to 1 million vaccines would spark the national interest, especially when the vaccines are for a “pandemic” that was initially supposed to kill hundreds of thousands of Americans and disrupt the entire society.
If one chooses to believe the hype about H1N1 then he/she should be quite worried about the reasons given for the recall – that it is not potent enough. The fact that the company who manufactures the vaccine is Sanofi-Pasteur is also significant because Sanofi-Pasteur made a similar mistake with the H5N1 vaccine in 2006. At the time, H5N1 was the virus that was supposed to kill us all. It seems that the lack of potency issue is a recurring theme with this particular company demonstrating, at best, a dangerous level of incompetence...

Silicon Valley officials: Flu vaccine given to kids was safe despite recall

Federal health officials Tuesday recalled 800,000 doses of an H1N1 vaccine geared for young children, affecting 900 doses used by Santa Clara County, and an unknown number used by other valley health care providers such as Kaiser Permanente.
The recall is for the shots used for children ages 6 months to 3 years old, made by Sanofi Pasteur, which did a quality control test and found some of the vaccine doses weren't strong enough.
Santa Clara County used those particular doses at free clinics held at the county fairgrounds Dec. 6 and 12, and at the California Children's Services clinic on Empey Way in San Jose. Kaiser also received some of the recalled doses.
Santa Clara County's top health officer saysthe recall is nothing to be worried about and children don't need to be revaccinated...

Flu Exposes Weaknesses in U.S. Biopreparedness, Report Finds

The spread of the H1N1 flu virus through the United States this year revealed that the nation's medical care system remains ill-prepared to handle the intensive demands that could develop from acts of bioterrorism or other major health crises, warns an annual report published yesterday (see GSN, June 8).
"The H1N1 outbreak ... vividly demonstrated the existing gaps in public health preparedness. Decades of chronic underfunding of public health meant that many of the core systems that would have been invaluable to have in place during an emergency were not at-the ready when H1N1 emerged," the document asserts.
From fiscal years 2008 and 2009, 27 states "disproportionately" cut their public health budgets in response to the economic crisis, says the report, "Ready or Not? Protecting the Public's Health from Disease, Disasters and Bioterrorism."
"Federal funding for public health emergency preparedness and hospital preparedness has declined 27 percent since [fiscal] 2005 when adjusted for inflation. While additional funding has been provided to respond to emergencies, this is less effective than ongoing support for preparedness," states the document prepared by the Trust for America's Health, a nonpartisan think tank, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Most states have failed to develop plans for accommodating the massive influx of hospital patients that could follow a biological attack, the report concludes (see GSN, Jan. 29). In addition, the nation lacks a "federal clearinghouse to share information on best practices for planning and development of crisis standards of care."

Scientists discover natural flu-fighting proteins

CHICAGO-U.S. researchers have discovered antiviral proteins in cells that naturally fight off influenza infections, a finding that may lead to better ways to make vaccines and protect people against the flu.They said a family of genes act as cell sentries that guard cells from an invading influenza virus, the team reported on Thursday in the journal Cell.
"This prevents the virus from even getting into the cell," said Stephen Elledge of Harvard Medical School and a Howard Hughes Investigator at Brigham & Women's Hospital.
"It is out there fighting the flu all of the time," Elledge said in a telephone interview.
Elledge and colleagues used a new research technique called RNA interference in which they systematically turned off individual genes and then exposed cells to the flu virus.
Using this method, they discovered a small family of flu-fighting proteins called interferon-indicible transmembrane proteins that boost the body's natural resistance to viral infection.
"If you get rid of it (the protein), the virus can replicate 5 to 10 times faster. What that means is your cells have a mechanism that can block 80 to 90 percent of the virus that gets in," Elledge said.
They also showed that if they make the cell overproduce the protein, they become more resistant to the flu. "If you crank it up, it really shuts down the flu," he said...
PS:I'm just having a good laugh thinking what Bilderberger Sebelius and Who Chan and the head of the CDC will have to say to this....!!!!
As in the days of Noah...

South Korea delivers swine flu medicine to North Korea

South Korean trucks carrying the Influenza medicine Tamiflu and Relenza pass the gates to leave for North Korean city of Kaesong, at customs, immigration and quarantine office in Paju, near the border village of the Panmunjom (DMZ) that separates the two Koreas since the Korean War, South Korea, Friday, Dec. 18, 2009.
(AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
SEOUL, South Korea-A convoy of South Korean trucks crossed the border into North Korea on Friday to deliver swine flu medicine, a day after Pyongyang threatened retaliation over naval drills around their disputed sea border.
The previously scheduled delivery across the heavily armed border came a day after North Korea threatened retaliation over what it claimed were South Korean naval drills around their disputed sea border, accusing Seoul of attempting to escalate tension.
The shipment marks the South Korean government's first humanitarian aid since conservative President Lee Myung-bak took office in early 2008 with a pledge to pursue a hard-line policy toward the North and hold it accountable to its nuclear disarmament pledges.
North Korea acknowledged for the first time last week that swine flu had broken out in the country after Seoul offered unconditional aid to help contain its spread. The North did not mention any virus-related deaths, but a Seoul-based civic group claimed that the disease had killed about 50 people in the North since early November.

Walgreen leads U.S. drugstores with H1N1 vaccine

CHICAGO-Walgreen Co has H1N1 flu shots in more states than other drugstores and aims to have national distribution of the vaccine by the end of December, a move that could give it a competitive edge in luring shoppers.
Walgreen, which operates Walgreens drugstores and Take Care clinics, is already offering the H1N1 vaccine at more than 1,500 locations in 27 U.S. states and Washington D.C. Rival CVS Caremark Corp is offering vaccinations against H1N1, or swine flu, in 20 states and Washington D.C. Administering more H1N1 vaccinations could be "very constructive," particularly for Walgreen, said Pali Capital analyst Robert Summers, who follows the drugstore industry.
"There's really only upside. It's probably just a matter of magnitude," Summers said. "You can take customers away from other operators with this type of initiative."
Walgreen has more than 17,000 workers approved to administer vaccinations. For now, it is only immunizing in less than 25 percent of its more than 7,140 stores...

Computer Generated Cartoon Peddles Dangerous Vaccine in Kansas

Kathleen Sebelius’ HHS has teamed up with Kansas governor Mark Parkinson to push the H1N1 vaccination on children in the state. In order to convince parents to get their children injected with the vaccine, the government has released a series of slick PSAs, including one featuring Parkinson and “Sid the Science Kid,” a character from the computer generated show on PBS produced by Jim Henson Productions.

In September, only 40 percent of parents said they would get their children vaccinated with the experimental drug. Among parents who do not plan to get their children vaccinated about half are worried about possible side effects of the vaccine.
“Vaccinations are the best way to protect our children from the H1N1 flu,” Parkinson declares in the PSA. “I say that not just as a Governor, but as a parent. The Department of Health and Human Services has done a great job of making H1N1 vaccines available throughout Kansas, but now it’s up to us to make sure our kids are vaccinated.”
Neither Parkinson or the animated character mention the fact the Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline vaccines are experimental and were not approved by the FDA. Earlier this year, the U.S. and Canada skipped all of the normally required safety and efficacy procedures and allowed for the massive testing of the novel adjuvant vaccine on thousands of paid clinical trial participants.
Numerous doctors have warned about the dangers of the H1N1 vaccination. In late September, Dr. Kent Holtorf told Fox News the vaccine would contain high levels of the adjuvant squalene and he advised against taking it. In August, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen told Russia Today scientists involved in creating previous vaccinations told family and friends not to take the H1N1 vaccine...

"Sanofi recalling some H1N1 vaccine over potency":CDC

WASHINGTON-Vaccine maker Sanofi-Aventis SA.PA> is recalling four lots of its pediatric H1N1 swine flu vaccine because it is not as potent as it should be, U.S. officials said on Tuesday.
There is no safety concern and children vaccinated from the lots already will not need to be re-vaccinated, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
The affected vaccines are pre-filled syringes for children under age 3, the CDC said in a message to state and local health officers, public information officers and doctors' groups. A CDC spokesman said about 800,000 doses of vaccine from the lots had been distributed to providers.
The CDC said the four lots were discovered as part of a quality assurance testing program and that the company had also notified the U.S. Food and Drug Administration....

Kids' Swine flu shots recalled; not strong enough...

ATLANTA-Hundreds of thousands of swine flu shots for children have been recalled because tests indicate the vaccine doses lost some strength, government health officials said Tuesday.The shots, made by Sanofi Pasteur, were distributed across the country last month and most have already been used, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The 800,000 pre-filled syringes that were recalled are for young children, ages 6 months to nearly 3 years.
Dr. Anne Schuchat, a CDC flu expert, stressed that parents don't need to do anything or to worry if their child got one — or even two — of the recalled shots. The vaccine is safe and effective, she said.
The issue is the vaccine's strength. Tests done before the shots were shipped showed that the vaccines were strong enough. But tests done weeks later indicated the strength had fallen slightly below required levels.
Why the potency dropped isn't clear. "That's the $64,000 question," said Len Lavenda, a Sanofi Pasteur spokesman....

Girl, two, died of suspected swine flu 24 hours after hospital doctors said she 'had no illness' and sent her home

A girl of two died of suspected swine flu the day after hospital doctors allegedly told her parents she had no illness and sent her home.Michelle Fernando, two, began showing symptoms a week after her mother was diagnosed with the virus in November. Her worried father took her to hospital but said medics sent them home, telling him to give the little girl Calpol and water. The next day Michelle stopped breathing and died. In a tragic twist of fate, it was the day ministers announced that under-fives would be vaccinated against swine flu.
Her mother Uthpala, 27, who lives with husband Rashid and their son Marlon, four, in Bristol, said Michelle would still be alive if she had not been sent home.
'We trusted the doctors but we don't any more,' she said yesterday. 'When Rashid took her to hospital, the doctors told him she had no illness.'Even when my husband explained I had swine flu, they didn't take it seriously.'
Michelle was taken to Bristol Children's Hospital after she stopped eating and was very weak.
Her parents claim doctors did not carry out a blood test or X-ray before sending her home, where her condition worsened.
Her parents were due to receive a report today, which will reveal if swine flu killed her.
They have made an official complaint. Health chiefs in Bristol said an inquiry has started....

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Teenage girl critically ill after taking the swine flu treatment Tamiflu

Samantha BEFORE...
Samantha Millard took three Tamiflu pills before developing blisters all over her body.
She was today in intensive care unable to breathe on her own...
A teenager is critically ill after taking the swine flu treatment Tamiflu prescribed by the Government's controversial helpline.
Samantha Millard, 18, was told she had the virus after describing her symptoms to staff with no medical training.
She took just three pills before developing blisters all over her body, and was today in intensive care unable to breathe on her own.
She is being treated at a specialist burns unit at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital where doctors fear she may have the life-threatening Stevens-Johnson syndrome which causes the skin to peel off.
The syndrome affects just three in a million people and is usually triggered by an adverse reaction to medication. The mortality rate is around 15 per cent.
Victims develop terrible scarring all over their bodies and well as severe conjunctivitis which can lead to blindness and mouth infections which can stop them eating....

Almost 500 people have adverse reaction to swine flu vaccine

ALMOST 500 people have developed suspected adverse reactions from the swine flu vaccine, new figures show.
At least 300,000 doses of the vaccine have been administered to date, but no serious safety issues have yet been identified, according to the Irish Medicines Board (IMB).
The most frequent adverse reactions have been fever, nausea, headache and allergic effects. These reports are consistent with the expected pattern of adverse reactions for the vaccines, according to the board.
The two versions of the vaccine – GlaxoSmithKline’s Pandemrix and Baxter’s Celvapan vaccine – have attracted similar numbers of suspected adverse reactions. The IMB says the balance of risks and benefits for both vaccines remain positive.
The general pattern of adverse reactions in Ireland is reflected across Europe where some 10 million people have been vaccinated against swine flu, according to the European Medicines Agency....

Swine-flu bribe fever...!:U.N.'s H1N1 scientists linked to companies making vaccine

World Health Organization scientists are suspected of accepting secret bribes from vaccine manufacturers to influence the U.N. organization's H1N1 pandemic declaration, according to Danish and Swedish newspapers.
Meanwhile, pharmaceutical profits from swine-flu-related drugs have soared – with earnings between $10 billion and $15 billion in 2009, investment bank JPMorgan estimates.
As WND reported, WHO Director General Margaret Chan initially raised the influenza pandemic alert to its second-highest level in May – but evidence reveals the agency may have made it easier to classify the flu outbreak as a pandemic by changing its definition to omit "enormous numbers of deaths and illness" just prior to making its declaration.
The world was gripped with fears of swine flu as the alert increased from Phase 5 to Phase 6, the highest level. Immediately, pharmaceutical companies began working to develop vaccines, and countries tailored their responses to address the situation....

Administration pushes swine flu vaccines in ads

WASHINGTON – Pushing Americans to receive swine flu vaccinations, the Obama administration on Monday released a new slate of television and radio ads to counter an illness that already has infected millions.
The public service announcements target children and their parents, young adults and those in high-risk groups, such as people with asthma. The ads in English and Spanish come as a shortage of the vaccine is easing, with another 10 million doses expected to become available this week. The messages also are a shift from earlier efforts to teach Americans how to avoid spreading the illness, known also as H1N1.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was announcing the new ads Monday.
"Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and your family against the H1N1 flu virus," Sebelius said. "Fighting the flu is a shared responsibility and it is up to all of us to help prevent the spread of the flu in your community"...
PS:How do you like this "new" propaganda by Bilderberger-abortion lover-eugenist-Sebelius....?
As in the days of Noah...

California Schools Get 23 Million Masks to Curb H1N1

SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif.-California schools will be getting millions of masks and gloves to block the spread of swine flu.
State schools chief Jack O'Connell on Friday announced that California has bought 23 million disposable masks and gloves for distribution to school districts around the state.
Children with symptoms of the H1N1 flu will be asked to wear a surgical mask while they are examined or kept in a sick room until their parents can arrive to take them home. The school nurse or other school staffer will wear a different style of mask and gloves to avoid exposure.
Federal grants paid for the items.
State health officials say there have been more than 7,200 cases of swine flu reported this year, including 366 deaths...

Maryland Reports First Drug Resistant H1N1 Cases

BALTIMORE-Maryland health officials are reporting the state's first two known cases of swine flu resistant to Tamiflu.
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore announced Wednesday that the two patients were treated there and have been discharged.
The hospital says the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Maryland health officials confirmed the patients had a drug-resistant form of the virus.
Last month, health officials in North Carolina announced four patients at a one hospital tested positive for Tamiflu-resistant swine flu, the biggest cluster seen in the U.S.
Tamiflu is one of two common swine flu treatments, and health officials have been watching for signs of resistance to the drugs. More than 50 resistant cases have been reported since April, including 21 in the U.S.

WHO: Tamiflu-Resistant Flu Not Spreading More Widely

Tamiflu-resistant H1N1 viruses have not spread to hospital staff or beyond despite spreading among two clusters of patients in Britain and the United States the World Health Organization said.
Investigations to date showed that the resistant-form of swine flu was not transmitted outside of two hospital wards in Wales and North Carolina where they emerged in October and November, the WHO said in statement issued overnight.
A total of a dozen patients, all with severely suppressed immune systems due to underlying medical conditions, were infected with H1N1 viruses resistant to oseltamivir, the generic name for Roche's Tamiflu.
"Transmission of resistant virus from one patient to another is suspected in both outbreaks," the WHO said.
"No illness in staff caring for these patients has been detected, suggesting that the resistant virus does not spread easily to otherwise healthy people, especially when good measures for infection control are in place."
All 8 patients in Wales were hospitalized because of severe blood disorders, which severely weakened their immune systems, according to the United Nations agency. All are alive, including one being treated in intensive care...

Swine flu numbers ease off:Levels still surpass peak of a regular flu season, and officials predict new surge then

Swine flu cases have declined in the Charlotte area after reaching a peak about two weeks ago. But health officials expect another wave when the additional threat of seasonal flu takes hold in winter.
"We're pleased that we seem to be on the back end of a wave of illness," said Dr. Roger Ray, chief medical officer for Carolinas HealthCare System.
"But we don't want to give any sense that the risk is over. ... The typical flu season, January and February, is coming, and that could be rough."
Health officials continue to encourage people to get vaccinated against both H1N1 and the seasonal flu. Limited supplies of swine flu vaccine mean doses are being reserved for people at high risk for becoming seriously ill with the flu.
"We want people to continue getting vaccinated, assuming we have vaccine," said Dr. Stephen Keener, medical director of the Mecklenburg County Health Department...

WHO Pushes Antivirals, Gives Contradictory Evidence At A Virtual Press Conference

A virtual press conference held on November 12, 2009 is adding to the speculation that the World Health Organization (WHO) is misleading the world and purposely withholding evidence of changes that may have occurred on the H1N1 virus.
A transcript of the conference shows that the Medical Officer of the Global Influenza Programme, Dr. Nikki Shindo, is pushing antivirals while providing multiple levels of disinformation and failing to provide specific information relating to sequencing data which could expose even small changes of a mutated H1N1 strain....

Mutated Virus Now Confirmed And Infecting Norway and Eastern Europe

The World Health Organization has stated that the H1N1 flu appears to have peaked in several countries around world, but it was moving rapidly east and north while a confirmed mutation is now threatening Norway and Eastern Europe.
Norway reported finding a mutated virus in three people who died or were severely ill. The mutation allowed the virus to grow deeper in the lungs.The mutation (called D222G) allows the virus to bind to receptors on cells lining the lungs, which are slightly different from those in the nose and throat.
Virologist Dmitri Tarasov stated "it is likely the exact same strain seen in fatal cases in the Ukraine, which means we can expect a similar case fatality rate in Norway, unless its replication rate has increased."
Tarasov suggested that the number of Ukraine fatalities have been grossly miscalculated by the World Health Organization (WHO). "The number of deaths simply do not correlate statistically with the infection rates observed."
The pneumonic plague observed in the Ukraine was quoted by some experts as being a new strain of flu many times more lethal than H1N1.
A recent calculation presented possible scenarios if the same mutated virus found in the Ukraine were to spread to Norway and other countries...

More Cover-Ups in Ukraine: WHO Withholds Gene Sequences As Cases Double Again...

After infected cases double again in the Ukraine plague approaching the 1 million mark, the World Health Organization (WHO) is holding back gene sequences which could provide evidence of the mutation or recombination of the H1N1 or novel virus.
The numbers of cases from the latest update from Ukraine total 910, 640 hospitalized and Influenza cases (including acute respiratory illess). A total of 135 people have die according to official statistics.
More than half of the Oblasts and cities listed exceed the epidemic threshold, including Kiev and Kiev Oblast, raising concerns that the increase in case numbers will accelerate. Moreover, hospitalization of 39,603 raises concerns that the number of deaths will also accelerate.
Although the WHO has suggested that these alarming numbers may reflect sub-standard medical and housing conditions, the transmission rates suggest something far more alarming.
However, because the virus already has demonstrated an ability to cause fatal infections in a disproportionate number of children and previously healthy adults, small changes in the virus could lead to increases in viral load leading to an increase in cytokine storm frequency and hemorrhagic pneumonia, as reported for earlier cases.
The first deputy minister of Health in Ukraine said in a statement that they have a different H1N1 swine flu than the rest of the world, but no confirmed evidence has been released from the WHO....

Biohazard and H5N1 sign fear mongering in Jacksonville, North Carolina, USA

A sign spotted near Jacksonville , North Carolina, USA - says "Preparing makes sense, get ready now". The sign is causing a bit of controversy because in the first place it does not have H1N1 on it but the H5N1 which is bird flue. The sign also has a "biohazard" sign on it which has nothing to do with toxic waste, the second sign is a "evacuation route" sign that they use their incase of hurricanes.
The other thing people wonder about is why does this sign show in that area but the Jones County department does not cover that area. That is a minor issue. The real issue is what are they warning against? If they wanted to warn against swine flu they would of used H1N1.
In the sign business a sign like that will cost a few dollars to make and the space rented to put up the sign will also cost a few decent dollars so the excuse cant be that the design looks like that, either they are uneducated or they want to hype and drive fear in people.
Why are they showing a evacuation sign? Do they want people to be prepared to "evacuate"...?

Trail leading to Pneumonic plague in Ukraine involved "chemtrails" or mysterious spray, fears of vaccine

In 2002 the US military was acused of “conducting a chemical weapons research and development program in violation of international arms control law” Whereby they replied
“JNLWD's [US Department of Defense's Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate] secret program is not focusing on highly lethal agents such as VX or sarin. Rather, the emphasis is on "non-lethal" chemical weapons that incapacitate. JNLWD's science advisors define "non-lethal" as resulting in death or permanent injury in 1 in 100 victims.(1) JNLWD's Research Director told a US military magazine "We need something besides tear gas, like calmatives, anesthetic agents, that would put people to sleep or in a good mood." These weapons are intended for use against "potentially hostile civilians", in anti-terrorism operations, counterinsurgency, and other military operations.
The major focus of JNLWD's operation is on the use of drugs as weapons, particularly so-called "calmatives", a military term for mind-altering or sleep inducing chemical weapons.”
March 26 it was reported that Vaccine side effects scare grips Ukraine as thousands of Ukrainians refused the vaccinations being scared of diseases like diphtheria, mumps, polio, hepatitis B, tuberculosis, whooping cough among others.
Then the Health officials said that the fear of getting these vaccinations could lead to disease outbreaks spreading through out the Soviet republic and beyond. Health officials around the world then said they are struggling with the repercussions of the vaccination fears as they were unwarrented and dangerous...

Ukraine: Influenza or Pneumonic Plague? The situation is getting worse and worse...

Ukrainian News Agency "Fraza" reported that, according to informed sources, "it has been confirmed 100 % Pneumonic Plague in Ukraine".
The Agency asserts that "the head physician of the medical institutions has sent out an informal disposal - not to sow panic, to refute the information about the plague, and to speak only of swine influenza".
It is also required to distribute masks at health facilities with 8 levels of protection and anti-plague protection costumes. There is also an informal order not to allow any visitors to see the patients.
According to the "Fraza" agency, "today in Ukraine pneumonic plague is going in parallel with swine flu. The plague has killed over 60 people, and about 14 from the flu.
Meanwhile, the press service of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine reported that there is only one death from "California" virus A/N1N1 in Ukraine....

Swine Flu Outbreak Sparks Mutation Fears

More than 80 people have died in Ukraine in the last two weeks and there have been 450,000 cases of respiratory illness.
The World Health Organisation has sent an emergency team to monitor the epidemic and says it assumes most of the illness in the country has been caused by H1N1 swine flu.
The Ukrainian government has closed schools and universities for three weeks, and many public events have been banned.
President Viktor Yushchenko said experts fear the simultaneous existence of three types of flu viruses within the country "may lead to the emergence of an even more aggressive new virus".
The WHO team of nine experts dispatched samples from infected patients for examination at the World Influenza Centre at Mill Hill, in London.
"Many questions remain to be answered," the organisation said in a statement.
"The outbreak in Ukraine may be indicative of how the virus can behave in the northern hemisphere during the winter season, particularly in health care settings typically found in Eastern Europe."
The epidemic is concentrated in the west of the country, which has borders with four European Union states, but a growing number of cases are being reported in the capital Kiev.
The European Union is working closely with health experts in Ukraine, and member states are preparing to provide logistical and medical support if required...

Access to H1N1 Vaccine Easing as Interest in Shot Wanes

With 66 million doses of H1N1 vaccine now available in the U.S., municipalities have begun easing restrictions to access, and federal officials believe the vaccine may soon be available to all.
Starting Tuesday, the Tennessee counties of Memphis and Shelby will begin administering H1N1 vaccine to everyone who wants it, joining several other municipalities across the country that have already opened access or are considering doing so.
“I get the sense that more areas are starting to vaccinate outside the priority groups,” said Tom Skinner, a spokesman for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Skinner said federal officials have been clear in their desire to have priority groups, such as pregnant women and children, vaccinated first....

WHO Consistently Downplaying Dangers of Mutated Flu Strains

When it comes to the flu, the track record of experts who oppose the views of the World Health Organization (WHO) have been consistently correct in their facts and assertions. Simply put, if the WHO makes a recommendation, it must be opposed to arrive at the truth of the matter. The recent WHO announcements on flu mutations are an excellent example of this phenomenon.
Most people have figured out by now that we can trust the WHO as much as we can trust a baby to not spill milk. They have consistently used scientific fraud to conduct their policies on the H1N1 pandemic. Now, they are consistently downplaying what appears to be a virulent mutated or recombined H1N1 strain at least ten times the lethality of the swine flu observed earlier this year.
The agency recently reaffirmed its position that the pandemic vaccine is as safe as the seasonal flu vaccine. Meanwhile a surge of deaths in Canada and Japan and severe side-effects have been reported from the vaccine.
The World Health Organization said last week that the H1N1 vaccine had been completely cleared of blame for 41 deaths which health authorities worldwide had investigated after suspicions they might have been caused by the inoculation...