theEditor H1N1 flu is well- planned Re: Thanks, Mr. Harper eugenics experiment
The fix is in. The controllers of the world, the elite who have brought us continuous wars, self-induced economic disasters, corruption at every level of government, disease and poverty— to name a few— have pulled out all of the stops with their latest propaganda stunt, the H1N1 flu virus.
The owners of the media and the pharmaceutical companies are the same people-and the media is relentless in repeating what society must do to prepare for this upcoming pandemic. The newspapers are full of stories about H1N1, which are having the desired result: to scare the population half to death and make it easier to control them.
This is not a new stunt by the way. It was tried, unsuccessfully in 1976, when in the U. S. thousands were vaccinated, with over 500 people contracted the paralyzing Guillian-Barre syndrome, and several people died. End result: lots of people got the seasonal flu but the ones who took the vaccine were put at a high risk.
From what I have read, we need to be more worried about the potentially lethal effects of the flu vaccine and its dangerous contents, more than we need to be worried about the flu. All vaccinations contain risk, but pharmaceutical companies won’t have to worry about being sued this time around. In the U. S. the law has been changed so that pharmaceutical companies are immune from prosecution! No class action lawsuits this time around.
It takes more than a few weeks to test a vaccine; side effects can occur months or even years later. A good rule of thumb is to refuse any drug or vaccination that hasn’t been around for seven years. The history of any drug is vital.
I think that ‘ biological warfare’ using vaccinations is part of a eugenics experiment; it’s the culmination of what people like David Rockefeller and his ilk have talked about at their secret meetings for the past 50 years.
Kevin Parkinson, Cornwall Dear Editor,
I hate to burst your bubble Mr. Jack White, but the government cannot place CBSA officers at all First Nations’ entrances into Canada. The reason is that there is only one First Nations’ land that spans the Canada and US borders and that is Akwasasne. All other First Nations’ lands are in Canada already; therefore you cannot stop the people of these lands from travelling anywhere and any time they choose within Canada since they do not have to cross any border as they are already in Canada. Akwasasne and Cornwall Island are the only entrances into Canada from the USA that pass through a First Nations’ land; therefore there is no need to build any new border posts as all other entrances into Canada from the USA are already covered.
John Britton, Cornwall