West Nile: They’re Lying to You Again!

Jon Rappoport, celebrated columnist and iconoclast for over 20 years, writes in the August 23rd issue of Infowars.com, describing the very recent outbreak of flu in the Ft. Worth, Texas.

“The government PR machine has swung into high gear promoting West Nile disease. It’s a ‘national outbreak.’ 1138 cases in 38 states. 41 deaths. Planes are spraying toxic aerial.’”

“Never mind that the US Centers for Disease Control claims 36,000 people die every year from ordinary seasonal flu—and there are no announcements of an ‘epidemic’ or an ‘outbreak’”

“Never mind that the World Health Organization (WHO) claims between 250,000 and 500,000 people die every year from ordinary seasonal flu—and this isn’t called an ‘epidemic’ or an ‘outbreak.’”

“If you added up the death count from all the hyped and predicted epidemics of the last decade, including West Nile, SARS, bird flu, weaponized smallpox, and Swine Flu, the total would come to about one year of deaths in the US from ordinary flu.”

“But who cares about facts? What’s important is how much fear can be generated. That’s the statistic that counts, when you’re talking about the CDC or WHO.”

“And when it comes to the public, it seems that some people feel a morbid attraction for viruses. Every time a new one is announced, they rub their hands together and say, ‘This is the big one! It’s going to spread like wildfire!’”

“Other people, involved in natural health, who reject huge amounts conventional medical wisdom, nonetheless make the mistake of buying the virus of the moment. They automatically accept it as real and then figure out how to treat it naturally. That can be a big mistake.”

“Have researchers ever actually isolated (found) the West Nile virus? You should be asking that question.”

“You should always question what the CDC tells you.”

“The deepest form of medical-research chicanery comes when scientists claim they’ve found a new virus and they haven’t. They haven’t nailed it down. They say they have, but that’s not true.”

Read the full article at this site.  You will be glad you did.  Enjoy!

 

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