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Old 04-29-2009, 07:53 PM   #26
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Old 04-29-2009, 07:58 PM   #27
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Old 04-29-2009, 08:38 PM   #28
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I'm scared. a few of my friends have just spent a month in Mexico and came back on saturday.
I have a runny nose and I'm sneezing.

I really hope this is ******** and nothing to worry about.
I really hope I feel ok when i wake up tomorrow.
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Old 04-29-2009, 08:40 PM   #29
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Looks like a false flag fear flu to me. They are getting extremely desperate and are using the media to sound the alarm. Think about it.
False flag fear flu, false flag fear flu, false flag fear flu.......

That's a good tongue twister...

I don't think there's anything to worry about. No more than for other un-named strains of flu, anyway. Sadly, sick and old people could find it tough, but 'normal' flu is tough for them as well.

I think there is an element of scare mongering coming from the authorities and press. Gives the population something to be concerned with.
Sells stuff for the drug companies.

Everyone will be so busy washing their hands and buying masks that no-one will notice Nibiru in the sky, or the big sun-spots etc etc (JOKING)(sort of)

PS. there's a confirmed case in the town where I live...Redditch. But I'm still not worried.....
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Old 04-29-2009, 08:46 PM   #30
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I'm scared. a few of my friends have just spent a month in Mexico and came back on saturday.
I have a runny nose and I'm sneezing.

I really hope this is ******** and nothing to worry about.
I really hope I feel ok when i wake up tomorrow.
Please don't be scared. It's only flu....if you have got it.
My daughter became unwell and had a fever last night???
She's 22. She might have it...she might not. BUT I honestly
believe that there's nothing to freak out or be scared about.
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Old 04-29-2009, 09:39 PM   #31
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And, they aren't sure of the initial vector, etc. (and if you believe it's a 4 year old boy living near a pig farm, I have a bridge to sell you).


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Hey alyscat, is the bridge wooden or is it made from steel? We had a wooden one but the termites ate it. They gobbled up the in'ards and just left a shell. Thank goodness we've been in a drought situation for the last ten years - otherwise I would have got my new slippers wet when I fell through into our pond.
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Old 04-29-2009, 09:56 PM   #32
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Everyone will be so busy washing their hands and buying masks that no-one will notice Nibiru in the sky, or the big sun-spots etc etc (JOKING)(sort of)
That's not as funny as it might appear jaby - I always ask myself, "what is being obscured by the smoke screen of sudden newsworthy stories of shock and horror? What new legislation is being introduced while the spotlight is shining elsewhere?"

Read the small news items hidden in the open on the back pages of newspapers. They could contain more truth than the scare tactics do.
On the other hand, if what is being said is true, then we should all be thankful that pigs can't fly.
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Old 04-29-2009, 10:21 PM   #33
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That's not as funny as it might appear jaby - I always ask myself, "what is being obscured by the smoke screen of sudden newsworthy stories of shock and horror? What new legislation is being introduced while the spotlight is shining elsewhere?"

Read the small news items hidden in the open on the back pages of newspapers. They could contain more truth than the scare tactics do.
On the other hand, if what is being said is true, then we should all be thankful that pigs can't fly.

Yeah....I HEAR you.

There is also the spiritual angle. The collective consciousness. Just as we are approaching Beltane and May Day. And the General Population is getting scared....un-necessarily. Today I was feeling a bit weird and tearful and I think it might be because of the fear-mongering.

My neighbour was shouting and shrieking at her kids in a horrible, out-of-control way. There was a strange 'vibe' around.
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Old 04-29-2009, 10:22 PM   #34
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A couple of observations after reading this thread...

Flu kills about 500,000 people per year, but it is important to notice that almost all of them are old/weak people while it seems that the Swine flu is killing young and strong people.

I agree, it's a generated crisis (sounds familiar). There are even similarities with other generated crises, like 9/11 and 7/7. Did you know that Scotland pre-planned an exercise on how to cope with an Avian flu epidemie just days before the outbreak took place?
"Coincidentally", the link with the info is offline.
http://news.stv.tv/scotland/89550-fl...ise-to-be-held
Luckily this blog is still working:
http://pandemicinformationnews.blogs...demic-set.html
Check the date.

WHO just raised the level to 5 and it looks like level 6 is imminent (according to WHO). I'm worried, not panicking though. While I realize this is a major evil step to get to their ultimate wet dream of total control, I don't know how evil their plan is and what the outcome will be. I'm especially worried about the one I love who lives at the other side of the globe.
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Old 04-29-2009, 10:46 PM   #35
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I've been thinking about the target population for this virus. It's intriguing because one could argue the case that in the elderly they may be taking some sort of medication that might interfere with the incubation of the virus.

I also lean in the direction that it was one of the many targeted viruses that we heard so much about around election time, however my understanding was that these engineered viruses would be designed to target certain DNA strands that would be present in certain ethnic backgrounds thereby creating a very targeted population control.
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Old 04-29-2009, 10:57 PM   #36
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Well.....it's got everyone OUT of Mexico.

I don't even know why I said that.

but it's something that I've thought..

Why Mexico? Is this significant in any way?
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Old 04-30-2009, 12:00 AM   #37
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Well.....it's got everyone OUT of Mexico.

I don't even know why I said that.

but it's something that I've thought..

Why Mexico? Is this significant in any way?
An unusually high number of UFO sightings this year?
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Old 04-30-2009, 12:22 AM   #38
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Well.....it's got everyone OUT of Mexico.

I don't even know why I said that.

but it's something that I've thought..

Why Mexico? Is this significant in any way?

Have you ever been to Mexico? Their living conditions are a perfect breading ground for disease.
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Old 04-30-2009, 12:37 AM   #39
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Have you ever been to Mexico? Their living conditions are a perfect breading ground for disease.
yes it is. dirty in deed. I do believe this may also have to do with marshal law? did I spell that right? think about it. I live in calif. immigration is a big issue here. lots have gone back to mexico with the economy. and now this. closing the boarders with out closing them? just a thought. I think its a test on many levels.

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Old 04-30-2009, 12:40 AM   #40
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9/11
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
Iraq weapons of mass destruction
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
terrorism alert levels
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
flying pig flu pandemic
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR
FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR

Nope, I really don't see a pattern here.
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Old 04-30-2009, 01:06 AM   #41
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Just received this via email today.

Source: www.winhs.org

Whether fact or fiction, the U.S. government has officially declared the 'swine flu outbreak' a national public health emergency. Swine flu has sickened at least 91 people in the U.S. by the CDC's latest count. "We are declaring today a public health emergency," Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano said on April 26th at a White House news briefing. That declaration is "standard operating procedure," Napolitano said. "It is similar to what we do when we see a hurricane approaching a site. The hurricane might not actually hit, but this will allow us to take a number of preparatory steps. We really don't know ultimately what the size or seriousness of this outbreak is going to be."

As part of the emergency, the Department of Homeland Security is releasing 25% of stockpiled antivirals -- Tamiflu and Relenza -- to the states. Here's what officials want you to do: Stay home if you're sick, avoid close contact with people who are sick, wash your hands often, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, cover your mouth or nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, and keep up with health information in your own community.

All of the swine flu cases reported in the US have so far been relatively mild, although one person was briefly hospitalized and one person has now died, according to Keiji ***uda, MD, Assistant Director-General for Health Security and Environment at the World Health Organization. Eight swine flu cases in New York City involved students at Saint Francis Preparatory School in Queens. All have recovered fully, according to a news release from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

So far, U.S. cases of swine flu have been milder than those seen in Mexico, where the World Health Organization has confirmed that at least 20 people have died from swine flu; health officials are investigating dozens more deaths in Mexico that may be related to the disease.

SWINE FLU SYMPTOMS
Symptoms of swine flu seen in U.S. patients so far have been relatively nonspecific -- high fever, cough, sore throat, muscle aches, possibly vomiting and diarrhea in some cases.

EDITOR’S NOTE:
The seriousness of this flu notwithstanding, just 20 people found sick resulted in an unusually fast declaration of a national Public Emergency by the U.S. Government--this while a study by researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles found 1,473 major adverse events and 564 deaths from Viagra reported to the FDA, most of them from cardiovascular causes, yet nothing is done for years! It begs the question as to why deaths caused by a drug company warrant such a different policy approach.

Go figure!
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Old 04-30-2009, 01:49 AM   #42
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I think this could be a pre-pandemic. Manufactured, true - but something that can be handled. They handle it, gain the trust and confidence of the people, then when they release the big one - everyone will line up for their vaccinations because they just saw how effectively the other one was handled. Only the vaccination will hold the necessary ingredients to expedite the killing process.

I heard about the Scotland drill.
There's also another planned drill in Texas for May 2nd.
The following is from http://seguingazette.com/story.lasso...c17e8bae700214
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SEGUIN — Around the world, up to two billion people have died — depending upon whose count one uses — and in the United States alone deaths could total one third of the population.
Somewhere in the federal government, the decision is made and secret medical stockpiles stored at secret locations are loaded into aircraft and, within 12 hours, moved to wherever they are most likely to be able to stop a pandemic that threatens mankind.

Local officials have 36 hours to treat their entire population — in Guadalupe County that would be 115,000 people.

A massive call-up of volunteers that, in this county alone would take 1,000 medical professionals and lay people is required to prepare and operate five Points of Dispensing (PODs) at which the life-saving medications can be distributed.

It may sound like the plot of a sci-fi thriller — but it’s what would happen if the 1918 Spanish Flu that decimated the world happened today.

Guadalupe County emergency management and their counterparts around the country are preparing for just such a scenario because in the history of humankind it happens once every 100 years or so — and the time is coming for the next one...

Kinsey and Hays are preparing for a May 2 dress rehearsal of a pandemic disaster at the Navarro ISD. Volunteers will set up and operate a “drive through” POD in which they will take a practice run at registering, screening and pretending to inoculate 100 volunteers so they can identify whatever problems might come up and prepare to meet them.
Remember the exercises that were happening the day of 9/11?

If you see the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act getting force fed to the members of congress, hold on to your hats, folks. I don't think it's been passed through yet, but I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see an emergency session called and similar bail-out-bill-arm-twisting going on. What this does is it allows the government to force you to accept vaccinations. Or be arrested. It's no great coincidence that Air Force one did it's little fly-by in New York to fuel some more fear, too. Remember that this warfare they're waging against us is multi-faceted. We're limited when we're existing in fear. Don't let it in, don't let anything sever our connection to one another and visualize and FEEL the contrary solutions.
Keeping your vibrations high is extremely important. Love someone, something. Appreciate someone, something. No fear. No division.

My two cents. Anybody need change?

Oh yeah - that they're talking about a 'universal vaccine' is cause for concern too. Here's a link: http://health.usnews.com/articles/he...s-promise.html
In my mind, it supports the above theory about the swine flu being a tool to gain trust. "Universal Vaccine Perfected!" = watch out

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Old 04-30-2009, 03:02 AM   #43
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My thoughts today about the "flu" is that we are fortunate where I live in South Island New Zealand to have a wonderful enlightened doctor. She has advised all her patients via the community newsletter to not take any flu vaccines cos they won't do any good and to come in to the surgery for vitamin D prescriptions and whatever else is necessary. We are very fortunate to have this doctor. She researches constantly for updated information to pass on to her patients.

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Old 04-30-2009, 10:40 PM   #44
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is it psy ops or is it real deal seams to be the question ?
Steve Quayle
suggest
http://watcher.boardzero.com/the-tim...yday-t680.html
as well as Dr Deagle it is real stuff
coming to full force is September .

changelings and messages from higher realms like this one
http://www.matthewbooks.com/mm/anmviewer.asp?a=101&z=2
suggest just a lousy attempt by trashing dark forces
what wont work like previous attempts (77 swine flue ,SARS)

ultimately just short 5 months will reveal the truth
but maintaining high vibrations even in event of real emergency
will be our ultimate test .


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Old 04-30-2009, 11:46 PM   #45
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If fox news is hyping it then you can automatically say that it is a giant pile of bull s--t.
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Old 05-01-2009, 12:50 AM   #46
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And a strange dearth of information today in the media...
that's suspicious, too, IMHO.
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Old 05-01-2009, 01:04 AM   #47
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I posted an email I received today over at Project Camelot, Unconfirmed News Reports http://projectavalon.net/forum/showthread.php?t=13583 before I saw this thread at PA.

I guess we now partially qualify for pre-martial law with the Declared Health Emergency.

Here is a website that was linked in that email regarding all kinds of opinions about:

The Human Flu
Bringing you all sides of the story.
Map of breakout.
http://theHumanFlu.com

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Old 05-01-2009, 03:47 PM   #48
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What I want to know is...how long does it take to post a phone call?????
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Old 05-01-2009, 04:02 PM   #49
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De Telegraaf, Holland's biggest newspaper, is reporting that the Fline Swu is a conspiracy.

http://www.telegraaf.nl/buitenland/3...omplot___.html

Translation:

The flu is a conspiracy, caused by a manufactured by human pathogen. This is a pathogen of biologic origin. An American investigative journalist says that an important scientists affiliated with the UN has told him so.


According to Wayne Madsen is the Mexican flu developed for military purposes. The virus may be risky to veer off in a global pandemic with catastrofic consequences for the world economy, international trade and traffic.

In The Canadian Madsen said that his source has been confirmed by a second person.

The number of deaths from the Mexican influenza has now increased to twelve. The victims belonged to the Group of 260 confirmed infected individuals.
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Old 05-01-2009, 08:12 PM   #50
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Once again, how long does it take to post a phone call?
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