CBS News found that H1N1-emergency is based on fraudulent statistics
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
As President Barak Obama because of the presumed H1N1 pandemic a national emergency in the U.S. and some states have passed laws that allow detention and forced vaccination, a CBS news team discovered that most official H1N1 cases in the U.S. and that Most people diagnosed with H1N1 had no flu at5 all.
A one months' investigation, which the state test results for H1N1 is thought CBS was considered that most cases were basically negative. See the video report here.
CBS asked the CDC for the first test results but they initially refused to hand over these results. CBS then took themselves behind the statistics for each state in itself, questioning their statistics through laboratory confirmed H1N1 cases until the moment the official count was kept quiet.
"The results showed a pattern that the experts we consulted were surprised. Most of the cases tested negative for H1N1 , despite the fact that it was tested on patients who were diagnosed with H1N1 specifically, based on symptoms and factors "
According to the CBS study, all patients who have symptoms of swine flu in 83 to 97 percent of the cases of the people had no flu at all (H1N1) but other types of bacteria or viruses. Only a very small proportion of tested positive swine flu.
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