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Argentina Declares State of Emergency (updated for todays news)

 
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How do they know it's the swine flu? Some places are no longer testing - they are just ASSUMING it's swine flu.

Over 36,000 people die every year from regular flu.

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How do they know it's the swine flu? Some places are no longer testing - they are just ASSUMING it's swine flu.

Over 36,000 people die every year from regular flu.

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36000 where did you hear that crap from the MSM? ever really investigate the real number? its between 1 and 2 thousand a year in the USA according the the American Lung

Association Study and statistics...the remaining deaths are all elderly from pneumonia...its misdirection to cause you NOT to be ALARMED

dont by the 36k a year meme...its a fucking lie
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bioweapon. and you were right avian, looking alot like doom 360* this month. we got days...
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So how many have dies of Swine flu so far?
Is it more than normal flu? Same as normal flu? Less than normal flu? Not even close.
And how about those 1 million that have had the flu? What happened to them after? Will they get it again or are they safe?
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In the U.S. as of last Saturday night, there was 21,474 cases in the U.S., with only 87 deaths. That is less than a 1% death rate.
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Yep Avian keep an eye on Argentina and Australia these two will tell the story.
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Hey AVIAN...thanks for you continued interest in keeping us updated on this subject...Recently, wasn't there some recent report that H1N1 had mutated in South America??? Could this be the new mutated strain active in Buenos Aires, I thought I had read this on an MSM, I think they even gave it a new designation...I do a search and see if I can find it again...
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From yesterday's Market Ticker:

CDC is now estimating that the novel H1N1 virus will be “Category 2” in severity. They are closely watching the situation in the Southern Hemisphere for validation of this estimate.
A category 2 pandemic has the following characteristics:
• Case fatality ratio of 0.1 percent to less than 0.5 percent.
• Between 90,000 and 450,000 deaths in the U.S. (compared with estimated 36,000 deaths during a typical influenza season).
• Excess death rate of between 30 to less than 150 per 100,000 people.
• Illness rate of between 20 and 40 percent.
• Similar to 1957 pandemic.

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So there you have it ~ 90,000 to 450,000 deaths in the fall predicted by the CDC, and it could get worse. Have a nice day.
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Guess I found my own answer,...

"A new H1N1 virus (aka swine flu) mutation, a subtype strain named A/Sao Paulo/1454/H1N1, has been isolated in a 26-year-old patient in Brazil. With the new H1N1 mutation comes fear that the current pandemic swine flu virus will spread more rapidly, possibly to new hosts and, yet, it is unknown if such mutation will prove more deadly than the current A(H1N1) pandemic."

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By the way, lest we forget, this was all started by Smithfield company in Mexico.

Sure, we'll probably end up tracing it back to Ft. Detrick, but don't let Smithfield off the hook - how many have died already?
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Yep Avian keep an eye on Argentina and Australia these two will tell the story.
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as well as China and Eygpt where Bird Flu is strong and might make a nastier mutation if it combines with H1N1!!!
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How do they know it's the swine flu? Some places are no longer testing - they are just ASSUMING it's swine flu.

Over 36,000 people die every year from regular flu.

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36000 where did you hear that crap from the MSM? ever really investigate the real number? its between 1 and 2 thousand a year in the USA according the the American Lung

Association Study and statistics...the remaining deaths are all elderly from pneumonia...its misdirection to cause you NOT to be ALARMED

dont by the 36k a year meme...its a fucking lie
 Quoting: Avian

Well that sort of makes sense that normal flu doesn't kill many young people. Of course, this one may not be the normal flu. It may kill off the old, the infirm, AND a bunch of young people. God, I hope not.
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So how many have dies of Swine flu so far?
Is it more than normal flu? Same as normal flu? Less than normal flu? Not even close.
And how about those 1 million that have had the flu? What happened to them after? Will they get it again or are they safe?

In the U.S. as of last Saturday night, there was 21,474 cases in the U.S., with only 87 deaths. That is less than a 1% death rate.
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On the 25th update it went to
TOTAL 27,717 cases 127 deaths for the US
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So how many have dies of Swine flu so far?
Is it more than normal flu? Same as normal flu? Less than normal flu? Not even close.
And how about those 1 million that have had the flu? What happened to them after? Will they get it again or are they safe?

In the U.S. as of last Saturday night, there was 21,474 cases in the U.S., with only 87 deaths. That is less than a 1% death rate.


On the 25th update it went to
TOTAL 27,717 cases 127 deaths for the US
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Numbers for the last month

Total US cases...June 4-09
TOTAL 13,217 cases and 27 deaths

Total US cases... June 11-09
TOTAL 17,855 cases 45 deaths

Total US cases... June 18-09
TOTAL 21,449 cases 87 deaths

Total US cases... June 25-09
TOTAL 27,717 cases 127 deaths
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Buenos Aires gov't confirms evacuation of Malvinas Argentinas hospital

Buenos Aires Health Minister Claudio Zin spoke today at a conference regarding the H1N1 virus and measures on how to control it.

Zin confirmed that the hospital in the Buenos Aires municipality of Malvinas Argentinas would be evacuated in order to treat patients affected by the virus.

The conference comes after ten deaths have been confirmed, caused by the swine flu virus.

Zin said that measures are being taken to "protect those affected by the virus."
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I will keep this thread updated with Buenos Aires news if i see something big.
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not to worry...everything is fine

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Oh how fuking cozy :P
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Funny how the jets are spraying everywhere and when people get sick with aches, lung complications fever etc, they simply jump to the conclusion that it's the evil flu. Interesting to say the least. See barium toxicity on the following link.

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I want to see bodies.

I don't believe anything any lying ass government says.
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I think were going to see serious mutation



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We have already seen serious mutation. It is winter down there, and the virus has mutated into a cold weather virus just like the 1918 Pandemic flu virus that killed a hundred million people. It will hit us in October and start killing on a massive level in November.
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Virus do not go on vacation in the summer. The problem is your immune system tends to get weaker in the winter due to less sunlight and the angle of the sun. You become Vitamin D deficient. Vit. D3 is made on the skin from sunlight. It is technically a horomone, and different from all the vitamins. Proper blood levels strengthen the immune system and prevent cytokine storms. This is when your own immune system over-reacts and damages your own tissue. It is thought that the rapid deaths of young people due to flu after WW1 were actually due to cytokine storms. The storm damages and inflames lung tissue, and you die from excessive blood and fluid in the lungs, from suffocation. Young people generally have stronger immune systems so the storm tends to be more pronounced. In addition, you had many young people coming home from terrible conditions during trench warfare, which could have been an additional factor. Twenty minutes of exposure half clothed in the mid-day summer sun produces about 10,000 units of D3. The body can store this for awhile. Sunscreen however blocks production. It is best to take supplements during the winter months. This will keep your system strong and well regulated. As far as the needle goes, you do not really know what you will be getting.
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Could I get a link to your first post?

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Avian, I live in a little town in Kentucky. I live by the Ohio river and Indiana is across the river. In a little town with less than 20000 residents, the hospital has 50,000 body bags in its basement, and a large area on top of a nearby hill prepared for mass burials. This is for real. "They" are preparing for us to die. I plan on being out of here by September. Lord willing.
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flutards strike again! The "UN, CDC, WHO, Lord Obama, etc..." say spooky flu is on da rise...OHNOES!!!

Grow up... the fear is aversely effecting the efficacy of your immune system anyway.
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Oh for FUCKS SAKE, will you 'how many people have died compared to regular flu' people fuck off...

We know, not a whole lot of deaths so far. But this thread is clearly about the *potential* for a pandemic. Might happen, might not, but there are ample signs that the potential is there. Is that so hard for you to understand?

Oh wait, it probably is. Sorry, here, have a lollipop.
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Avian, I live in a little town in Kentucky. I live by the Ohio river and Indiana is across the river. In a little town with less than 20000 residents, the hospital has 50,000 body bags in its basement, and a large area on top of a nearby hill prepared for mass burials. This is for real. "They" are preparing for us to die. I plan on being out of here by September. Lord willing.
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Could you say how you know this?Hearsay or do you work at a hospital?
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By the way, lest we forget, this was all started by Smithfield company in Mexico.

Sure, we'll probably end up tracing it back to Ft. Detrick, but don't let Smithfield off the hook - how many have died already?
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if this pandemic gets serious legs


never mind I shudder to think

Think they have either given up or want it to spread.My daughter was sent home due to an outbreak at her school.The next day the teacher told me school is open again.Im like your kidding me.His reply was basically she could catch it anywhere anyway.Im refusing to sent her back and im waiting for a knock at my door from the authorities .
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Just say she's got a cough and the sniffles and you fear it could turn into Swine flu and they'll leave quick smart.
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Avian, I live in a little town in Kentucky. I live by the Ohio river and Indiana is across the river. In a little town with less than 20000 residents, the hospital has 50,000 body bags in its basement, and a large area on top of a nearby hill prepared for mass burials. This is for real. "They" are preparing for us to die. I plan on being out of here by September. Lord willing.


Don't you wonder why they would bury corpses that contain lethal viri that could leach into the water?
hmmm, never mind.
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Virus do not go on vacation in the summer. The problem is your immune system tends to get weaker in the winter due to less sunlight and the angle of the sun. You become Vitamin D deficient. Vit. D3 is made on the skin from sunlight. It is technically a horomone, and different from all the vitamins. Proper blood levels strengthen the immune system and prevent cytokine storms. This is when your own immune system over-reacts and damages your own tissue. It is thought that the rapid deaths of young people due to flu after WW1 were actually due to cytokine storms. The storm damages and inflames lung tissue, and you die from excessive blood and fluid in the lungs, from suffocation. Young people generally have stronger immune systems so the storm tends to be more pronounced. In addition, you had many young people coming home from terrible conditions during trench warfare, which could have been an additional factor. Twenty minutes of exposure half clothed in the mid-day summer sun produces about 10,000 units of D3. The body can store this for awhile. Sunscreen however blocks production. It is best to take supplements during the winter months. This will keep your system strong and well regulated. As far as the needle goes, you do not really know what you will be getting.
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We are screwed where I live in Alaska. Many people died here from the 1918 Spanish flu. They say we only get one month of sufficient sunshine a year to get enough vitamin D, so many people in my town take D supplements.
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Avian, I live in a little town in Kentucky. I live by the Ohio river and Indiana is across the river. In a little town with less than 20000 residents, the hospital has 50,000 body bags in its basement, and a large area on top of a nearby hill prepared for mass burials. This is for real. "They" are preparing for us to die. I plan on being out of here by September. Lord willing.
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Wow, I live across the Ohio river in a med. size town called Jeffersonville in Indiana. Can you be a little more specific about the name of this Hospital and where exactly this hill is planned for mass burial?
Our police dept. has been in training exercises all year long at Charlestown, IN State Park.

Fema has offices set up in our local courthouse. Just arrived this year. And our local judges and gov. officials have set up a continuity of government activation list in case of emergencies. Local courthouse also just put a huge auxillary generator outside in one of the parking lots which is surrounded by concrete.

WTF is going on?
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Virus do not go on vacation in the summer. The problem is your immune system tends to get weaker in the winter due to less sunlight and the angle of the sun. You become Vitamin D deficient. Vit. D3 is made on the skin from sunlight. It is technically a horomone, and different from all the vitamins. Proper blood levels strengthen the immune system and prevent cytokine storms. This is when your own immune system over-reacts and damages your own tissue. It is thought that the rapid deaths of young people due to flu after WW1 were actually due to cytokine storms. The storm damages and inflames lung tissue, and you die from excessive blood and fluid in the lungs, from suffocation. Young people generally have stronger immune systems so the storm tends to be more pronounced. In addition, you had many young people coming home from terrible conditions during trench warfare, which could have been an additional factor. Twenty minutes of exposure half clothed in the mid-day summer sun produces about 10,000 units of D3. The body can store this for awhile. Sunscreen however blocks production. It is best to take supplements during the winter months. This will keep your system strong and well regulated. As far as the needle goes, you do not really know what you will be getting.


We are screwed where I live in Alaska. Many people died here from the 1918 Spanish flu. They say we only get one month of sufficient sunshine a year to get enough vitamin D, so many people in my town take D supplements.
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Dr. Mercola's newsletter suggest getting an indoor tanning booth (can't remember the type he recommended), but look up Dr. Mercola and upright tanning system (hangs on the back of a door). Full body exposure to light is necessary to absorb Vit. D. 2 types of systems (one you tan with and the other you don't. Good Luck.





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