The Epidemiology Of Influenza


Medical authority has dominance in the public mind because there is tight control of the press, medical publications and the medical profession.

Pharmaceuticals can skew results of research until it becomes a scam. Everything is the road to profits. Sickness is a trillion dollar industry. There is every monetary incentive to keep the sick industry on the front burner.

Nowhere is there any more deception than with influenza. Only God knows how much the pharmaceuticals make on vaccinations which much reliable research has proved to be worthless. Also vaccinations kill. Many seniors and children pay with their lives.

The position of the medical establishment, of course, is that flu is caused by germs transmitted and transferred from person to person. If this is true, there are questions that have to be answered:

  1. Why has influenza mortality of the aged not declined as their vaccination rates increased?
  2. Why is influenza seasonal and where is the virus between seasons and epidemics?
  3. Why do epidemics end abruptly?
  4. What explains the coincidental timing of epidemics in countries of similar latitudes?
  5. Why did epidemics in previous ages spread so rapidly, despite the lack of modern transportation?
  6. If influenza is highly infectious, why doesn’t direct inoculation of the virus cause universal illness?
  7. Why did influenza hospitalization and mortality rates for older Americans significantly increase in the 80s and 90s, during the same time that influenza vaccination rates for elderly Americans dramatically increased?

The truth is that the germ theory of disease is where monumental profits are. The germ theory teaches that flu is contagious for humans by touch, coughing and through the air.

Also the germ theory of influenza is a great diversion. It has diverted attention away from the human environment within. This is the condition of the human immune system. The difference in our immunity is the simple answer of why some of us get the flu and others don’t.

Finally, after 100 years of deception and trillions of profits from the germ theory, the profound and multiple effects vitamin D has on human immunity has burst out and liberated millions from influenza for all who will listen. Watch out!

The medical profession got shoved into recommending vitamin D3 because of so much public acceptance. But as always they try to sabotage what is not theirs. They do now recommend vitamin D, but not enough to even prevent rickets in children.

They promote 200 to 400 international units a day. This is not nearly enough to protect against influenza.

The public is closer to adequate therapy by taking up to 10 times the amount of vitamin D3 recommended by the medical establishment. People should consult with their alternative doctor on how much vitamin D3 to take.

Healthcare Rationing In The UK — This Is America’s Future Under Obamacare
The United Kingdom’s National Health Service needs $30 billion over the next three years. They intend to squeeze most of that money out of seniors by denying them medical care.

Now any senior who needs a hip or knee replacement or cataract surgery will have to wait at least four months instead of the present three weeks. Just wait for Obamacare.

Our hope is that the new people in the House and Senate will repeal Obamacare. That would be too good to be true. There’s not a chance it will happen, and little chance it will be overturned by the courts.

If only the people in the U.S. and the UK knew how much better off they would be without any medical care at all. Too many drugs, too many operations and too much staph infection are combining to kill millions all the time.

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Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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