By: Robert Snefjella
Posted 28 December 2010
Tis’ the season for being subjected to taxpayer paid for government messages ordaining vaccination as the primary weapon against the flu. On the radio a pleasant voice delivers the message from “the government of Ontario.” The message reminds us to wash hands, sneeze cleverly, and best of all get injected.
The message implies that the flu shot is the most sensible social and personal health-promoting action that one can undertake. No question about it. The health system and millions of needles are to be mobilized on behalf of the deified message.
Let’s ask heretical questions. What if the message, so sweetly delivered, is actually an opinion/dogma of questionable merit? More, what if it’s deeply insidious advice?
Let us cast our minds back to the recent extremely hyped so-called H1N1 pandemic.
Not many months ago humanity was inundated with media messages urging everyone to get their H1N1 shots. Governments and public health officials embraced the cause. Nearly half the people of Canada succumbed to the intense hype and got injected.
People in many countries were more wary of the vaccine. In Germany and France, for example, only about one in nineteen people took the H1N1 shot. In Finland and Australia H1N1 vaccinations were suspended over health concerns.
The pandemic’s promoters suffered from one big annoying problem: there was no pandemic, not even close. Ever creative, the World Health Organization responded by altering the definition of pandemic: As in ‘hear ye, hear ye: henceforth, small shall be defined as big. And let’s define every death as evidence of H1N1’s depredations.’ A few corporations produced massive amounts of vaccines of questionable safety, and received massive amounts of money for the effort. The one certain immunity gained was by the manufacturers of the vaccines: immunity from liability.
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