Bear in mind that the pharmaceutical companies who manufacture the vaccines have profited massively to the tune of billions of dollars from this alleged "pandemic".
Bear, also, in mind, that ordinary flu seasons kill more Americans than the swine flu has. Many, many, many more.
As WND reported, the WHO Director General Margaret Chan initially raised the influenza pandemic alert to its second highest level in May – but evidence reveals the agency may have made it easier to classify the flu outbreak as a pandemic by changing its definition to omit "enormous numbers of deaths and illness" just prior to making its declaration.This sounds a LOT like ClimateGate to me. Fudging the science, rendering it unsound, conveniently redefining words so as to enable internationally-frightening declarations. And don't forget the billions and billions raked in by the vaccine PharmaCos.
According to estimates from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, between 2,500 and 6,100 Americans died from swine flu between April and Oct. 17 this year.
Can you say H1N1Gate?
However, the CDC also reports that during a typical U.S. winter, normal seasonal flu strains result in an average of 200,000 hospitalizations and 36,000 American deaths – roughly 10 times the current swine-flu death rate.