swine flu

  1. Misleading Tamiflu study could cost the world billions

    Are scientists manipulating data to sell billions in Tamiflu?

    You could practically set your watch by it, couldn't you? Every couple of years, our members of Congress -- you know, the same folks you haven't seen since LAST Election Day -- get off their duffs and return home.

    There they are, parading down Main Street, kissing babies, slapping you on the back, and making every tired, old promise in the world -- and it's all because they need your vote.

    Well, not all politicians come clad in Armani suits, friend. In fact, some wear lab coats. And right now, a group of slick medical scientists could be pulling the political con job of the century, trying to win votes for a Big Pharma wonder med that's going to cost you and your fellow taxpayers BILLIONS.

    British and American scientists are collaborating on new research claiming that Tamiflu -- the "anti-flu" drug that's linked to everything from diarrhea to hepatitis -- reduced your risk of dying from swine flu (H1N1) by 25%.

    Good thing these Keystone Cops are on the case, right? The swine flu outbreak happened five years ago, and these researchers are FINALLY getting around to studying whether the medicine we used worked at all.

    Why now? Let me give you a hint -- its green, you fold it, and it's not that cheap suit you bought last St. Patrick's Day. Government stockpiles of Tamiflu around the world are getting ready to expire, and countries everywhere have to decide whether to purchase new doses of this potentially dangerous drug.

    And Big Pharma isn't about to leave those decisions to chance.

    Well, my friend, they can cook the books all they want, but here's a little equation that Albert Einstein himself couldn't solve -- how do you reduce ZERO by 25%?

    Because according to our government's own data, your chance to catching swine flu and EVER needing a single dose of Tamiflu is basically zero. Swine flu killed as few as 2,500 Americans in 2009 -- that means you had a 40% greater chance of DROWNING that year.

    Tamiflu didn't save millions of lives -- it just cost billions of dollars while unleashing a horror show of side effects on unsuspecting victims. Our government spent $1.5 billion tax dollars stockpiling Tamiflu before the swine flu outbreak, and they're going to just keep throwing more cash in that kitty until we make them stop.

    So the next time you spot your Congressman strolling down Main Street bending over to kiss babies, make sure you take a second to bend HIS ear. Tell him to stop wasting your money on a drug we don't need or use. And then tell him to haul those expired stockpiles of Tamiflu right to the trash where they belong.

  2. New push for flu shots

    Media again using bogus swine flu scare to sell shots

    Here we go again.

    The media has been hyping a supposed new outbreak of the swine flu in a blatant attempt to scare people into getting flu vaccinations.

    It's like 2009 all over again.

    You know the story. The swine flu itself was a non-event -- either an exaggeration or an outright fabrication -- but the shot that was rushed into production and practically forced on hundreds of millions of people was dangerous and downright deadly.

    Many of the people who survived the jab are still living with the consequences -- including nervous system disorders and narcolepsy. The British media reports on one girl who falls asleep 30 times a day since her swine flu shot.

    Now, she's facing a lifetime on a highly experimental drug that costs $23,000 and isn't even a cure.

    She's hardly alone.

    One study found that the swine flu jab raised the risk of narcolepsy by something on the order of 1,000 percent, especially in kids.

    It's outrageous and inexcusable, especially when there are much safer and far more effective ways of preventing any strain of flu -- from regular flu to the pig strains -- and you can start with plain old vitamin D.

    The sunshine vitamin has proven to be up to 800 percent more effective than the flu shot, and comes with no risk of narcolepsy (or anything else for that matter). And along with fighting the flu, vitamin D can also help prevent the common cold.

    I had the full scoop on all-natural flu prevention strategies in the September 2013 issue of my Douglass Report newsletter.

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    It's so good it'll even keep a narcoleptic awake.

  3. Swine flu 'experts' were Big Pharma shills

    Most of the "experts" who made dire swine flu predictions were on the Big Pharma payroll, according to a new study.
  4. How the flu shot can give you the flu

    For years, docs have claimed that flu shots don't cause flu -- but a new study finds that people who were vaccinated had a higher risk of swine flu.
  5. New flu panic over seals

    Forget swine flu and bird flu -- get ready for seal flu. The inside scoop on the next big flu panic.
  6. New risks linked to swine flu vaccine

    Remember how "safe" the untested and rushed-to-market swine flu shot was supposed to be? Turns out not so much -- just as I told you from day one.
  7. Phony panic over flu drugs

    Tamiflu doesn't work? Tell me something I don't know! It's already one of the most ineffective "treatments" on the planet -- but World Health Organization researchers claim it's now completely ineffective against at least one strain of swine flu in Australia.
  8. Turbo-charge your immune system

    Getting sick could be the best thing that's ever happened to you – especially if you were lucky enough to get swine flu.
  9. WHO wants a vaccine?

    The World Health Organization is crying "wolf!" again, claiming there's a powerful new strain of swine flu making its way around the world.
  10. Exposing yourself to flu is a bad idea

    You'd have to be feverish to think it's a good idea to get the flu on purpose – and you'd have to be demented to deliberately expose a child.

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