So now we have a swine flu emergency, penned and brought into effect Friday night. What do they know we don't? They aren't even testing for, nor reporting swine flu cases anymore. This move among many others seems to be either a smokescreen or a front runner for something else.
Smoke screen? What could it be a smoke screen for? The H1N1 has never been as deadly, or transmittable as seasonal flu, so why the big fuss? How did a vaccine get on the market this fast? Why does the H1N1 show signs of genetic modification? Some reasonable theories of mine are there is something else out there that has been, or will be released in the near future. They now have a good idea of transmit time to get a disease spread almost world wide in merely a weeks time. This appears to have all started in one general area. Imagine now if something that was this infectious was released in several locations? In my opinion, this was a test run of something. Perhaps it is merely being used as an example of how bad health care reform is, and how much they want to cram their version of reform down our throat. Perhaps more sinister, but one thing everybody can agree on is the baffling amount of press response this gets. Enough to overlook other things going on.
One thing to remember and to look for, is when the media gets a whiff of something and they all focus on it(balloon boy?) there is something going on that will not be covered.
The government promised over 100 million vaccines by October, which they have fallen very short of. Why? Some additional studies showing more problems with the vaccine? Not enough problems with the vaccine? Or did it look just too dang obvious that this "vaccine" was developed, tested, and manufactured in 4 to 5 months?
Yes, some will read this and blow it off as a grand ole conspiracy theory, and that's fine. However if only one person reads this and ponders "what if" or looks a little harder at news reports and medical reports and reads between the lines, then its worth it.
Think for yourselves, and don't take any thing the government, the media, or other people tell you as fact.