Posts Tagged ‘swine flu hysteria’
A brand new article of mine is up at the John Birch Society: “Revisiting the Swine Flu Lies and Hysteria.”
I’ve been waiting patiently for this perspective to appear in mainstream print. The Wall Street Journal Swine Flu Journal reports: Global health officials’ response to the swine-flu pandemic reflects major improvements in flu-fighting capabilities in recent years, but limited vaccine supplies, crowded emergency rooms, and other challenges show they still aren’t fully equipped to combat [...]
Putting things into perspective does wonders for the senses. But people are still swarming over the available vaccines. And here’s a (dated) story from an NHS doctor observing the hysteria. Thanks to Mark Fee for the chart.
As an addendum to my recent blog post about the clinging, hapless populace lining up for a chance to be a swine flu vaccine guinea pig (as well as offering up their children), this MSNBC story doesn’t disappoint. It’s been just a week since Monica Hankins first heard scientists were looking for volunteers to test an [...]
“This is a law that goes back 100 years, maybe more.” What “law” he refers to, well, we don’t know because he doesn’t know. Listen to this conversation between some ignoramus from the Arkansas State Health Department who pretends he knows what he’s talking about, and a gentleman who inquired about an Arkansas plan for [...]
Well of course I predicted this one – mass vaccinations for the swine flu at U.S. schools. Big Pharma and Washington D.C. take care of each other, and this is no exception. Schoolchildren could be first in line for swine flu vaccine this fall — and schools are being put on notice that they might [...]