H1N1 FailSunday, April 4, 2010
A half dozen stories hit the wires this weekend dealing with the excess of swine flu vaccines. Here’s one from Reuters.
The Washington Post reported that an estimated 71.5 million doses of H1N1 vaccine may have to be discarded if not used before expiry, costing millions in taxpayer dollars.
The CDC estimates that only one-fifth of American adults were vaccinated for H1N1. And you can be sure that is a high estimate. Here’s something from the article that I made a point of stressing back when this swine flu scheme was being launched:
It was not uncommon to discard seasonal flu vaccine every year, she said, and the only difference with the H1N1 vaccine was that the federal government had bought the supplies.
Thanks to Big Pharma’s agents, who are scattered throughout the governmental-pharmaceutical complex, there were no lost profits for Big Pharma. Here’s my blog from January that explores the government’s attempt to re-launch the swine flu propaganda. Since that time, the Swine Flu Journal, the Swine Flu Times, and the Swine Flu Post appear to be backing off from the scaremongering that just wasn’t working.
If you are really unwilling to let go of the H1N1 panic, you can go to the CDC’s website and send a free propaganda e-card to someone you love, convincing them to get the government’s shot. Or you can sign up for the CDC’s “emergency” text messages or mobile website. You just can’t make this stuff up.