Friday, December 11, 2009

CDC: About 1 in 6 Americans have had swine flu

See, there's a whole lot of mumbo-jumbo in this article, but the overall message can be summed up as, Americans are stupid and will believe anything.

Because if you'd paid attention, numerous fallacies spring out at you when reading this. To begin with, I work at an establishment that employs upwards of 6,000 people, and I don't know a single person who has had the swine flu. Somehow I would say we were severely under-represented. Next, consider that the WHO instructed doctors to stop testing patients to determine what form of virus or bacterial infection they were sick with, and to declare all of them H1N1 positive. Given this fact, how can the CDC know who among their statistics had H1N1? This might explain why, as reported by Sharyl Attkisson of CBS News, the vast majority of swine flu cases aren't even seasonal flu, much less H1N1. Further, less than a month ago the CDC claimed the death toll from H1N1 was a mere 3,900, but are now claiming a death toll of nearly 10,000. Are they telling us 6,000 people have died from H1N1 in the last 28 days, whereas 3,900 died in the previous six months? Even if 10,000 have died - a lie - do they expect we'll have forgotten their dire and laughably exaggerated prediction of 1.8 million sick and 90,000 deaths?

Considering the blatant lying and misrepresenting of facts, which seems to now be common among the "scientific" establishment, the CDC will forgive me if I enjoy a hearty laugh at their expense when they try to peddle this excrement.