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Swine Flu – tidbits

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Some thoughts

It is looking like it will be a Pandemic.

Few authoritative voices rule out the possibility of the virus being man made.

The fact that mostly younger people are getting the flu suggests older people have an immunity due to having been exposed to a similar strain in the past.

Vaccinations are the worst idea, especially now, given the suspiciousness of  the Pharmaceutical companies and their investors.

Keeping the Liver strong is  the best idea!!! Milk Thistle, copper -  find your own way, explore Ayurveda and Chinese medicine for Liver tonics.

Silver colloidal is also highly regarded as an all round anti pathogen.

Full Size Image at end of this Post

Full Size Image at end of this Post

Just put three 9 volt batteries in series and position each terminal wire with pure silver on it at opposite sides of a glass of water – till the water goes murky (15 minutes or so). Or put some Pure silver (A dollar?) and leave it in a glass of water over night. I would not overate the ability of silver or anything natural to combat a man made virus!

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Paracetamol or Aspirin can bring down fevers, and a bit of fever is okay, spring water or water from a fresh running stream is very powerful. Hospitals are probably dangerous places to be in, for a variety of reasons, not least they are centers for contagious pathogens.

Alas – no need to panic! And we don’t even know if it is going to be a pandemic.

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http://www.russiatoday.com/Sci_Tech/2009-04-27/RT_special_interview__Scientist_predicted_swine_flu_in_2004.html

See end of post for more info - it looks like the Russians are laughing at this ?

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.RussiaToday are advertising an interview with a Professor who predicted a flu epidemic in 2004,  Screen capture at the end of this post.

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Some snippets from around the web:

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breiVirus has bird, pig, human components: watchdog

“The avian strain is of American origin, and of the two swine strains, one is American origin and the other appears to be Asian. The human strain is American.”

He added: “There is no proof that this virus, currently circulating among humans, really is of animal origin. There is no element to support this.”

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Vallat said that “no-one, so far” had been able to show how or where the novel strain of virus had brewed.

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However, the strain may further mutate as it is transmitted among humans …  –more–

HatTip: EuropeBusiness

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Ultra-Orthodox Deputy Health Minister Yakov Litzman on Monday declared that Israel would call the new potentially deadly disease that has already struck two continents ‘Mexico Flu,’ rather than ‘Swine Flu, as pigs are not kosher. “We will call it Mexico flu. We won’t call it swine flu,” Litzman told a news conference on Monday, assuring the Israeli public that authorities were prepared to handle any cases.

In the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, Benjamin L. Hartman argues that this quirky response from an Israeli government minister “makes for great office banter,” but also suggests that Israel’s political system is dysfunctional:

The blame ultimately lies at the feet of Benjamin Netanyahu and the glorious parliamentary democracy that makes Israel increasingly unstable and ungovernable.  –source–

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The virus, named H1N1 carries avian, swine and human DNA. The newly-spread virus, though, turns out to be an unknown strain which is warned to render the traditionally-used Tamiflu and Relenza antivirals ineffective as the genetic material it carries usually affects birds and pigs.   –source–


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the 20th century has witnessed three epidemics of Influenza, the worst being the Spanish flu between 1918 and 1919 which killed at least 40 million people.

As the death toll from the current flu has leapt to 149 people in Mexico, World health officials have moved to release millions of antiviral drugs to combat the deadly disease.  –source–

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Written by morris

April 28, 2009 at 2:46 am

Posted in Pandemic, Swine flu

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