Boston Declares Flu “Emergency”

Thursday, January 10, 2013
Posted in category Flu Hoax

The Scaremongerers have been busy creating a flu “crisis” which has caused the masses to panic to the point of descending upon hospital emergency rooms for … flu symptoms.

The hospitals in Boston have been overwhelmed, said Jim Heffernan, chief of primary care at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. His hospital is full, he said, the emergency room “overflowing because there aren’t enough places to put people. It just snowballs.”

On Monday, Beth Israel got 400 more calls than normal to its urgent-care hotline, spokeswoman Kelly Lawman said. “We had to open a new unit to accommodate all the patients.”

Boston’s mayor actually declared a “flu emergency.” Are Americans the laughingstock of the world, or are other western cultures following us over the idiot cliff? The rest of this article from USA Today drones on and on to propagandize about flu deaths and the need for a flu shot to prevent death.

Meanwhile, more nurses were fired for refusing to allow arbitrary political bilge to invade their bodies that they own and protect.

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One Response to Boston Declares Flu “Emergency”

  1. Julie says:

    January 13th, 2013 at 6:44 pm

    After the bird flu hoax of years gone by, I was hesitant to accept the recent headlines urging citizens to get shots. Then I realized that I hadn’t heard so much as a cough or sneeze in town or when shopping.

    So I recently (last three days) went store to store inquiring with shopkeepers and cashiers as to whether they or their friends or family were being effected by the flu.

    Not a single affirmative, beyond the usual seasonal colds.

    Ann Arbor Michigan is a college town with large numbers of student living in cramped quarters. Don’t see it here at all. After all the corruption I’ve read about at the FDA I find it likely someone at the CDC is being pushed to hype the flu shot.

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