Well here we go again folks, Swine Flu Scare Part 2. For those of us old enough to remember, and memory these days being a premium with 5 minute attention spans of T.V. – enough about that another time, there was the big Swine Flu scare in the 70’s ( 76 if I remember right).

1 person died from the Swine Flu and about 500 developed Guillain-Barre syndrome ( causes paralysis- muscular and respiratory, and damage to cranial nerves and lots of other bad things)from the so called inoculation. Keep in mind 25 people died from the swine flu shot and many more developed complications later in life attributed to the shot.


The one person who died from the swine flu was a soldier at Fort Dix, NJ in 1976. I dont think it was a bio warfare facility at all just a training area but then again there are allot of training bases where various agents have been tested without being bio research bases. Anyone in the service should know what those big red slash marks are on the topographical maps of their training areas- the so called no go zones. I’ll betcha dimes to dollars its because of chemicals and other nasty shit in there.

For shits and giggles here’s a link to the CDC (Center for Disease Control) about the 1976 “outbreak”:

so when all the “proles” start lining up like sheep for the “deadly swine flu” shot don’t be one of them.

Below is a little clip from National Safety Council:

Factors include safer vehicles, public education, law enforcement

“Itasca, Ill. – The National Safety Council announced today that motor vehicle deaths in 2008 achieved the lowest rate since the NSC began publishing its annual Injury Facts statistical report in the 1920s. The estimated annual death rate from motor vehicle-related crashes in 2008 was 13 deaths per 100,000 people, a 9 percent decrease from 2007, according to NSC data. The estimated annual mileage death rate for 2008 was 1.38 deaths per 100 million vehicle miles traveled, a 4 percent decrease from 2007.” -2008 Traffic Deaths Hit Record Low, Says National Safety Council:

So at the end of the day you have more to worry about from getting in your vehicle than getting the “swine flu”. However I’d bet the stats are comparable to motor vehicle deaths or worse from getting any so called shot.

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