Flu Running Rampant; Blamed For Multiple Deaths

    January 5, 2014
    Courtney Wills
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The flu virus is causing widespread panic again this year, with the largest outbreak since the H1N1 “swine flu” pandemic that swept through the U.S. in 2009.

Several deaths have already been reported nationwide this season, with 4 dead in Michigan and 5 fatalities already reported in California since October 1.

The H1N1 strain has been one of the most deadly types of the influenza virus ever seen, and is now causing dozens of Americans to be placed on life support in the Michigan area.

Adults and children are both being sent to the University of Michigan hospital in many cases for their need of the specialized life support being offered. Life support at University of Michigan Health System’s hospitals includes not only a ventilator, but also an oxygenation technology in which breathing can be done for patients who can no longer do so on their own.

According to officials in Michigan, it appears that the most ill patients either did not receive a flu shot, or got one too late, already having been exposed to the illness. The flu vaccine apparently takes at least two weeks to be fully effective in fighting off the flu.

Traditionally, the flu has been known to be most hazardous to small children and older adults, but the H1N1 virus is more common in teenagers and young adults.

Doctors nationwide urge people to still get vaccinated, as the peak of flu season usually occurs in January and February.

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  • Same Old Story

    They have been saying this for years.

    I will say this though. Do an internet search on microbiologists that have died suspiciously. From around the world, many high ranking microbiologists have died from crazy things.

    This bothers me because I have friends who work for the CDC and they mentioned this to me one day. The people that are dying are known around the world and people are wondering why. I don’t have any inside information or anything, but to me when people die and they are connected to major government projects, it is a cause for concern. I look at my life and I don’t know of one person who died of suspicious circumstances. Not one. To see a list of 80 top ranked scientists that all died of weird circumstance is unsettling. Believe me, microbiologists don’t really live fast lives or put themselves in too much danger. They are essentially big nerds. Cool people but nonetheless, not big risk takers.

    It makes you wonder if they are being eliminated because they know of something that is about to happen or has happened.

    I used to trust government to a certain degree, but not anymore. Too many strange things going on. From 9/11 to Sandy Hook. We are being told one thing and we find out that we are being lied to. We are told things happened but we aren’t shown video tapes or pictures. I am not a fool. When someone tell you something, but doesn’t show you — they are hiding something. My God, the evidence for bombs being placed in the towers is overwhelming. Hundreds of people have come forth saying their were bombs in the towers. The most vocal of those people end up dead too. Something is not right in America. All the problems we face today have their roots with 9/11.

  • Karen

    What the majority fail to understand is the H1N1 is the same as the Spanish Flu of 1918 do your research!!!!!