Swine Flu a Hoax?

April 30, 2009

Swine Flu a Hoax?

Could it really be that the sudden interest and panic surrounding the so-called outbreak of the swine flu, also known as H1N1, is nothing more than propaganda? There is a much deeper side to this instant front page story.

If you recall just a short time ago, we had a massive peanut recall after a deadly outbreak from a botched batch of peanuts. Within recent years we have had a problem with many other types of food as well. And now, another spinach recall from Kleen-Pak Spinach.

Coincidentally, nearly every major food group has been hit. Think about it: Too much mercury in fish; the mad-cow disease; Salmonella in chicken and peanuts, and E. coli in the lettuce and spinach. And lets not forget the tainted powdered milk and melamine in eggs from China.

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Every major meat: fish, pork, beef and chicken.

The major veggies: spinach and lettuce (which is in everything from salads and sandwiches to tacos)

And peanuts which are in candy bars of every variety, Peanut Butter, birdseed, breads, brownies, etc.

Here’s where it gets interesting. Every time there is an “outbreak” which affects only a few people, there are press conferences, breaking news updates, even a Presidential address. In the case of “swine flu”, there has been a whopping one death. Most of the cases being reported are “supposed” or “alleged” cases of swine flu, not actually verified as being tested and confirmed. And what is the answer that the government has? Tougher laws, more restrictions, and government control.

Most Americans are not even aware that a new bill is being introduced that limits and prohibits the growing of food. Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Connecticut) has recently introduced H.R. 875, a bill to “protect the public health”, along with a few other similar bills, in which your garden in your backyard can be regulated and controlled by a government agency. You will be taxed and even inspected, that is if you can get a government license to even have a garden. The punishment would be up to and including $100,000 in fines and/or the loss of your property. That’s right! You grow carrots and you could go to jail, lose your house and be in debt for years.

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Of course, there could be benefits to the bill. Safer foods, better products, etc. There are always good things hidden and highlighted in these controlling bills. Some have seriously considered that the only reason the swine flu, bird flu, E. coli, etc are made into a front page story and government policy creating catalyst is because they want to take the advantage of a few peoples’ fear and spread it so that they can take control of one more thing. And they do.

Others even believe that there is a possibility that some of, if not all, these “outbreaks” are created and intentionally put out as a reason to make people believe that there needs to be a law controlling that particular industry. Could this be true? Could we all be being suckered? Only the great U.S. of A., the most powerful country in the world, has the power, resources, and “need” to pull these things off.

No matter what happens, we need to be careful and cautious. If they have a vaccine soon, check it out before you jump in line. See if any deaths occur from the cure (as often happens). Look into the ingredients (such unnatural things as monkey brains, feces, etc have been found in common vaccines). Beware of anything that happens that regulates, restricts, controls, confiscates or confines. Those are dangerous laws. They create a reason to infringe and eradicate our Constitutional rights.

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3 Responses to “Swine Flu a Hoax?”

  1. Jen Says:

    No where to run, nowhere to hide. “Their” plans are so grand, hey? Too bad “they” don’t know how this story ends.

  2. kim Says:

    Hey Jen, Good thing we know how it ends. People read the book.


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