A epidemic within a false panademic scare - Legionnaires disease
Today the UK government have a big problem with there directives to the health service in reference to H1N1 swine flu. The original hyped up pandemic an elitist global plan to make money out of hype had a flaw.
It’s become very obvious that H1N1 and H1N5 flu when a cross the species barrier are both weaker than the normal yearly variety of human flue. However the elitist political plan was to make money from a pandemic by working in tandem with a large International Pharmaceutical company that has developed anti flu products.
UK has actively promoted Tamiflu as the complete answer to H1N1. The advertising has even been promoted on a Swine flu hotline. This hot line has come under much scrutiny by the media plus the actual anti-flu product as caused much concern as it does have side effects and it should not be prescribed to certain people especially young adults and children.
But the problem that is unfolding was obviously not taken into account by the planners of the anti-flu scam. It’s a pretty serious problem in fact, one that concerns the similarity of symptoms of other viruses and illnesses.
Are shared by many other illnesses and because of the hyped up flu panic are being diagnosed as being flu by not only the people running the hot line but the emergency services on the ground. Ambulances have been informed not to take H1N1 suffers to hospitals as this can be cured at home with good old Tamiflu.
Today alarm bells rang someone died of a real epidemic threat Legionnaires' disease and now because the symptoms are the same this real threat has sneaked in and the flu pandemic could impede tracing others that have had contact with the source of the illness.
This means that the hotline personnel could have already advised Legionnaires disease sufferers only to take Tamiflu and get bed rest at home. Its logic that the hotline should be closed down before it could be the cause of others dying of Legionnaires disease of which can kill even the healthiest person if not treated correctly by a hospital.
I wonder what action the UK government will take now they have a real problem on their door step. It will not be good however for Tamiflu sales.