With 'flu' tagged articles

Göllers flu

Monday, May 17, 2010

My symptoms of swine flu are brain lawn, keyboard twitching and stock market crash; chronic if it were still cool; but the infection is transinkarnational.

Save the walruses NOT!

Thursday, December 17, 2009

I have just learned from a reliable source arctic that the SWINE FLU now affects the walruses pandemic, because they can harm most people so little.

Rumors that the WHO had hurried along, to get the poor H1N1 virus somehow alive, or that about climate deniers could be behind that seek to conceal the immanent Schwitztod of animals, yet were confirmed.

Rather, it appears to be a smart ecological avoidance behavior of the pathogen, which has probably roped via Copenhagen to Greenland, Siberia and northern Canada.

So I revise my previous entry: The walruses may be saved under any circumstances!

Climategate (Climategate): Swine flu Air

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

For days, the whole of humanity dies of swine flu, and I hear nothing more of it, because all competent journalists are either dead or gone to Copenhagen Climate Conference killer, or both.

If this continues, we remember neither some of it that we all die, nor even that the world is coming to.

Hopefully then at least someone says that we are strongly against all such risks should have been vaccinated.

National emergency due to weak flu

Sunday, October 25, 2009

US President Obama has declared a National Emergency yesterday because of the swine flu.

Now forced vaccinations, Masseninternierungen and others, still further measures by the authorities are possible: the American Constitution is de facto suspended.

The less the virus proves to be really dangerous and the less people show vaccinations, and is known the more about the dangers of vaccines to the more violent the government propaganda.

But this is no longer merely propaganda.

The matter is now being addressed as a rule of war.


PS: squalene (not approved in the US) has since been frequently mentioned as an active amplifier in Pandemrix (GSK); about his specific hazard and the connection with the Gulf War Syndrome to my knowledge appeared in the sheep media but still nothing. The mercury compound thimerosal as a preservative, however, there came increasingly virulent into disrepute.

Taboo word squalene

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Anyway: The term thiomersal (Thimoseral) is now significant at last fallen as the mercury-containing preservative of GSK-folk preparation Pandemrix against swine flu; also that sooner aluminum hydroxide was used as an active amplifier, I could now read.

Only the taboo word squalene for the new miracle amplifier I did not hear still. (more ...)


Sunday, October 18, 2009

Fortunately, the adjuvants or active amplifier in the swine flu vaccine come more and more into the discussion, especially since not only have ordered the pure vaccine for the Bundeswehr but also our politicians, which can be naturally just sooo happened accidentally.

Nevertheless, I have never and nowhere the word "squalene" belongs to the sheep media in this context (whether printed, radio or TV), not even critics say the worst word from.

Very strange; or maybe not: (more ...)