Saturday, 17 October 2009

Lethal injection

The New York Times writes:

"As soon as swine flu vaccinations start next month, some people getting them will drop dead of heart attacks or strokes, some children will have seizures and some pregnant women will miscarry. But those events will not necessarily have anything to do with the vaccine. That poses a public relations challenge for federal officials, who remember how sensational reports of deaths and illnesses derailed the large-scale flu vaccine drive of 1976. This time they are making plans to respond rapidly to such events and to try to reassure a nervous public — and headline-hunting journalists — that the vaccine is not responsible."

You got that? The untested swine flu shot is expected to be linked to deaths and major health complications, and the authorities are getting ready to cover it up. This is seen as a 'public relations challenge', which will try to learn lessons from the last time they tried to mass-inject the public with an untested flu shot and many people died and many more suffered serious side-effects. This, it seems is not a problem in itself. The problem is when people find out about it.

Hat tip: Infowars

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