Friday, July 17, 2009

Conspiracy Theory? Or Two Plus Two Equals

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently declared the swine flu a pandemic given the spread of the virus around the world. We haven't reported much on the swine flu, otherwise known as H1N1, because the whole "crisis" seems more than a bit overblown. After all, the plain old regular flu kills more than 50,000 Americans each year, while -- not to make light of it -- swine flu has claimed 211 lives, though, to be fair, this could be in part because of the extra-preparedness of organizations such as the WHO. Also, the federal government has committed more than $1.8 billion to buying vaccines for the virus. ( After reading the rest of this post you decide why the Feds have committed $1.8 billion for vaccines)But we are struck by the alarmist tone of the whole thing. Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny, WHO director of the Initiative for Vaccine Research, is so panicked that she's babbling almost incoherently: The H1N1 pandemic is "unstoppable" and "therefore ... all countries need access to vaccine," she cried. "Therefore"? Uh, if it's unstoppable, what good will vaccines do?

On the same subject Terence Jeffery of CNS News discusses more of the plan of doom :

CNS News editor in chief Terence Jeffrey also reports: that the bill calls for improved immunization coverage, including the use of "reminders or recalls for patients or providers, or home visits" to accomplish it. Yes, home visits.

Hmm now why would home visits be necessary? Oh remember how the census will be operated? If you fail to fill out the form properly you will receive a “home visit” from one of the ACORN census takers. Are the numbers beginning to add up or am I just imagining things?

Now link this with the following article which talks about the so called “swine flu pandemic” and how it is planned to instigate a crisis which will require people to be vaccinated. For what purpose, you read and you decide if the article holds any bearing to what is included in the OBAMACARE package.

There are other links provide through this main link which may be of interest.

Conspiracy theory or are the numbers beginning to add up? You decide!


Anonymous said...

King George had a plan for the Colonies. It just didn't work out.

The plot tickens.

Leslie said...

Required immunizations is not a conspiracy control of the individual life by the government is the plan. I shall look for an email I got awhile back, Ticker, and send the link to you. You may find it interesting how it goes along with this topic.


Always On Watch said...

If ObamaKare becomes law, all sorts of vaccinations may be forced on Americans. For our own good, of course. **snerk**

I doubt a conspiracy except for the conspiracy to further a general power grab.

Will the Sheeple rise up???

Anonymous said...

It is not beyond reasonable to distrust government; all of our founding fathers gave us this warning. We know that men/women are corruptible; we know that power is an intoxicating inducement to sign on to all kinds of despicable acts. I am not loyal to the government; I am loyal to the Constitution, which is under assault almost every day by politicians who find this hallowed document an inconvenient barrier to their ambitions. We have long known these people for what they are; the surprise is that any of us are surprised.

We are no longer in the position of having the luxury to trust our institutions, and while we may mourn their demise, the fact is unalterable. We cannot trust the campaigns of politicians to obey American law with respect to donations. This idea no doubt came to Obama’s attention when “honest government” refused to impeach Clinton/Gore for accepting donations from foreign governments. Why, then, shouldn’t Obama accept donations from Muslim terrorist organizations, funneled to him through useful intermediaries? When authorities refused to investigate and indict ACORN for violations of federal and state election laws in the 2000/2004 elections, why should ACORN be concerned in 2008, or even in 2010 when ACORN will run the national census?

When politicians of either party are willing to trade national interests for those of self, what confidence can we have that grand conspiracies do not exist. As a psychologist, you know that paranoia only occurs when we think people are plotting against us; when they really are plotting, we aren’t paranoid. And yet, any time we speak of interesting conspiracy theories, people guffaw and shake their heads, and dismiss us as loons. But even that doesn’t mean that our suspicions are imaginary.

For years, I could not imagine how it was possible for Hitler’s Germany to murder over six million people. I understand it now. I see this same blind stupidity in most (and I do mean most) Americans. They’ll line up to get their shots, and trust the government not to inject bleach. It was telling last week when Justice Ginsburg said publicly, she thought Roe v. Wade was a government program to reduce minority populations —and supported it anyway. On what basis, therefore, should we trust government?

Bryan said...
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Bryan said...

"Conspiracy theory or are the numbers beginning to add up?"

The numbers will be adding up to 666, right?

"...In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world" (John 16:33).

Thanks Ticker for your comment at my blog. It appears that I will be blogging again.