Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, March 4, 2010
A glib 33 second propaganda ad produced by the Kentucky Department for Public Health portrays skeptics of the swine flu vaccine as raving lunatics, despite the fact that the head of the Council of Europe’s investigation into the 2009 outbreak labeled it “one of the greatest medical scandals of the century.”
The commercial, which is entitled ‘H1N1 Vaccine Myths,’ features a group of office workers spewing ridiculous theories about the swine flu vaccine that have never been embraced by any vaccine skeptic, in an attempt to build a classic straw man and smear people who question the necessity for taking the shot as unstable lunatics.
The actors in the ad debate whether the H1N1 vaccine was “made from platypus milk,” or whether it “makes you susceptible to hypnotic suggestion.”
The clip ends by another actor in the ad stating, “It was made from secret alien technology found on the moon.”
“Some folks believe anything,” states an assertive female voice, “The swine flu vaccine is safe, effective, and you still need it, learn more at Kentucky’s flu website, that way you can separate the fact from the fiction.”
Unfortunately, Kentucky health authorities have completely failed to separate the fact from the fiction during the course of their 33 second ad, because they attribute outlandish theories about the vaccine to skeptics who have never even uttered such things.
While the advertisement frames suspicion about the vaccine in the context of tin-foil hat wearing madness, in reality the swine flu pandemic has been denounced as a gargantuan hoax not by demented paranoid psychotics, but by the head of the Council of Europe’s Sub-committee on Health, Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, who as the chief of a major investigation into the H1N1 outbreak, labeled the case a “fake pandemic” manufactured by pharmaceutical companies in league with the WHO to make vast profits while endangering public health.
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In a separate interview, Wodarg labeled the pandemic, “One of the greatest medical scandals of the century.”
Makers of the swine flu vaccine such as CSL Limited and GlaxoSmithKine saw their profit margin soar by 63 per cent and 30 per cent respectively on the back of swine flu fearmongering that was dutifully practiced in spades by the corporate media throughout 2009. Roche made a whopping 12 times the profit during the second quarter of 2009 compared to the same period in 2008 as a result of the scare.
As we highlighted at the time, the very vaccine inserts that were publicly available clearly stated that the shot could cause Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Vasculitis, Paralysis, Anaphylactic Shock And Death. The vaccines also contained mercury and squalene, which have been directly linked with autism and Gulf War syndrome respectively.
Concerns about such dangers grew to such an extent that the majority of Americans told a Fox News poll that they thought the vaccine was more risky than catching the actual swine flu virus. Separate polls showed that the majority of doctors, nurses and health workers in the UK refused to take the shot.
In November 2009, take up of the vaccine was so slow that the U.S. government was forced to appoint what the media ludicrously billed as an “independent” group of health advisors whose job it was to whitewash adverse reactions to the swine flu vaccine and “explain” them to the public as mere coincidence. The “independent” group was lead by Dr. Marie McCormick of the Harvard School of Public Health, who had spent the last 10 years whitewashing reports of a link between vaccines and autism.
Suspicions surrounding the safety of the vaccine were confirmed when it was revealed that German Chancellor Angela Merkel and government ministers would be taking a shot that did “not contain disputed additives — contrary to the vaccine for the remainder of the population.”
This commercial represents a desperate last ditch effort on behalf of health authorities to try and shift the endless batches of unused H1N1 vaccines that still remain precisely because millions of Americans believed the lunatics who warned them about the dangers of the shot and refused to take it.
So if you really do think you “still need” the H1N1 shot after it has been completely exposed as an international scandal by one of the premiere investigatory bodies in Europe, then roll up your sleeve and knock yourself out, after all, it’s “safe” and “effective” according to the government, but apparently not “safe” and “effective” enough for the political class in major western countries to take the same injection that you’ll be getting.
Watch the commercial below.