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Cross posted to the natural living site as well. Rest of the article HERE: http://www.prisonplanet.com/ron-paul-warns-swine-flu-scare-will-be-used-as-precedent-for-more-big-government.html
along w/ the original 70's gov promo video encouraging people to take the vaccine - which ultimately paralyzed several hundred people.

“Step back and think for a minute before rushing and panicking” is the message coming from Texas Congressman Ron Paul who has warned that the swine flu scare will once again be used as a precedent for big government intrusion.

“It makes me think back to 1976, the first year I served in the Congress,” Paul has said in a video update. “We had a vote on the swine flu. Back then there was panic, they said it was going to sweep the nation and they rapidly came up with some flu shots and the government was going to inoculate everybody and save the world from this disaster.”

“It turned out that our instincts were correct.” the Congressman, also a medical physician, commented. “Not only did we think that the government should be involved in making medical decisions… but the flu came, the flu went and one person died, except for those individuals that died from getting the flu vaccine.”

Earlier this week we reported on the events of 1976, highlighting the fact that this last significant outbreak of swine flu in the U.S. originated at the army base at Fort Dix, New Jersey.

President Gerald Ford and then Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (a man who has long standing intimate ties with the big pharma companies that have and will reap millions in profits from these scares) instituted a mass nationwide vaccination program. More than 40 million people were vaccinated. However, the program was stopped short after over 500 cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome, a severe paralyzing nerve disease, were reported. Officially 30 people died as a direct result of the vaccinations, though the real figure is generally thought to have been much higher.

At the time Congressman Ron Paul was one of only two representatives to vote down the vaccination program. His comments were recorded in the book Swine Flu Expose, by Eleanora I. McBean, Ph.D., N.D.

Paul described the move as “a shocking misuse of funds …and an evil political maneuver”, “blatant advertising efforts to panic the people into taking Swine Flu shots will fail.” Paul said.

Other - since I'm up late calling Asia job hunting, I listen to George Noory on Coast to Coast AM. Last Night he had all the Swine Flu experts - biologists to alternative media. They succinctly think this is bioengineering to rid us of Hispanic folks and a tactic to divert attention from what's really going on. I'm not a conspiracy theorist but given history repeating itself, will be it is a diversion ploy and will NOT be taking anything other than more vitamins - EVEN when traveling via plane to Asia in 2 1/2 weeks.



Apr. 28th, 2009 11:38 pm (UTC)
wah wah we wah! wow, great post. conspiracy theories are always very interesting concepts. i am one to be open to them; however I do not form a solid belief on one or the other. they just are what they are. in itself a scare tactic as well. what could you do, even if they were true?
trying to get rid of hispanics, huh? how is this history repeating itself? do you mean just the incident with the flu or with government trying to rid hispanics? this isn't cynical - it's an honest question. i am hardly one to follow news as often as might be beneficial and well history isn't my best subject either.
Apr. 29th, 2009 05:08 am (UTC)
Points to ponder
A. Sickle cell anemia hits only black folks - genetic selection
B. The Mexican and native American peoples were decimated by infections diseases brought by the Europeans when they 'found' America. thanks columbus.
C. diseases live in dirty water, filthy living conditions - most places outside of resorts and mexico city is a pollution hole so the flu spreads.

i'm amazed at the natural living group who simply assumed i'm racist for bringing up Mexican and black. um yeah... forget the facts. sure...
Apr. 29th, 2009 05:16 am (UTC)
Re: Points to ponder
yes, indeed - very enlightening points as a matter of fact
ahhh, sorry to hear of the unnecessary bludgeoning
race is just a word for those who can't see we are all made up of the same properties
except now i understand that we all have a weakness like achilles

thanks for your post!


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