Second wave pandemic hype soars to justify WHO killer vaccinations

Second wave pandemic hype soars to justify WHO killer vaccinations

August 11, 2009 by JB

Most people haven’t even noticed the first wave of the “new swine flu”, indistinguishable to all intents and purposes from the normal, seasonal flu, and also a virus that cannot be so very new because Baxter patented a vaccine for it in 2008 one year before the virus allegedly appeared. Nevertheless, the hype from WHO/UN and their affiliated organisations about a second lethal pandemic wave is rocketing in a bid to drive people to go of their own free will to take one of the most dangerous series of vaccine shots ever in an act of fraudulent misrepresentation and psychological manipulation on a new and planetary scale.

However, since people like Jeffrey Taubenberger have been actively engineering virus to make them lethal, a deliberate release of disease by WHO seems on the cards.

WHO supplied Baxter’s Austrian subsidiary with the lethal H5N1 virus, probably man made, that Baxter used to contaminated 72 kilos of vaccine material this February, nearly triggering a pandemic. The most effective treatment for any virus is colloidal silver or products such as Bionaid and lots of vitamins to strengthen the immune system.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (UPI) — The United States and other Northern Hemisphere countries are racing to get ready for a second wave of H1N1 flu virus that could be weeks away, officials said.

The pandemic that has spread in the Southern Hemisphere, which is currently in mid-winter, has struck especially harshly in the poorest parts of the world, international health officials told The Washington Post.

A second wave of the first influenza pandemic in 41 years could reach the Northern Hemisphere within weeks, U.S. and international health officials told the newspaper. There is a possibility it could disrupt schools, workplaces and hospitals but its course is unpredictable, the officials said.

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine influenza expert William Schaffner told the Post the H1N1 virus, commonly known as the swine flu virus, is “still around and ready to explode.”

“We’re potentially looking at a very big mess,” he said.

There is also a possibility of a typical U.S. flu season this winter, with around 200,000 hospitalizations and 36,000 deaths, the newspaper said. However, many specialists think the second H1N1 wave could be more severe because the virus is new and relatively few people are immune to it.


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