WHO Knew? H1N1 Fearmongering Fizzled

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After Exaggerating The H1N1 Threat, The WHO Claims The Pandemic is Over?

The World Health Organization (WHO), the same organization that helped orchestrate a worldwide pandemic flu campaign, has now retracted statements from less than a year ago that the H1N1 pandemic could last years. WHO Director-General Margaret Chan has now declared that the H1N1 flu pandemic has officially ended.

Chan made the declaration based on the findings of the WHO’s Emergency Committee–a group of experts from around the world that has been advising the Geneva-based arm of the United Nations.

“The new H1N1 virus has largely run its course,” Chan said in a statement.

The declaration was based on reports of how much disease the virus was causing around the world, Chan said. While the virus is still circulating, the picture looks much more like a typical year of the flu. Localized outbreaks are occurring in some places, such as New Zealand. But out-of-season outbreaks are no longer being reported in either the northern or southern hemispheres.

Chan urged health authorities around the world to continue supplying the flu vaccine despite published evidence of increased cases of Guillain-Barre, vaccine reactions, adverse effects and even deaths due to confirmed toxicity of the H1N1 vaccine. The FDA and Health Canada also expanded use of untested vaccines to infants and children.

The WHO was highly criticized for exaggerating the risk posed by the pandemic, prompting countries to spend billions of dollars on useless vaccines.

Another recommendation by the WHO was the continued use of antivirals such as Tamiflu which have been proven useless with zero effectiveness. Moreover, the use of antivirals have been found to boost H1N1 virus infectivity.

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