WHO Consistently Downplaying
Dangers of Mutated Flu Strains
When it comes to the flu, the track record of experts who oppose
the views of the World Health Organization (WHO) have been consistently
correct in their facts and assertions. Simply put, if the WHO
makes a recommendation, it must be opposed to arrive at the truth
of the matter. The recent WHO announcements on flu mutations are
an excellent example of this phenomenon.
Most people have figured out by now that we can trust the WHO
as much as we can trust a baby to not spill milk. They have consistently
fraud to conduct their policies on the H1N1 pandemic. Now,
they are consistently downplaying what appears to be a virulent
mutated or recombined H1N1 strain at least ten times the lethality
of the swine flu observed earlier this year.
The agency recently reaffirmed its position that the pandemic
vaccine is as safe as the seasonal flu vaccine. Meanwhile
a surge of deaths in Canada
and severe side-effects
have been reported from the vaccine.
The World Health Organization said last week that the H1N1 vaccine
had been completely cleared of blame for 41 deaths which health
authorities worldwide had investigated after suspicions they might
have been caused by the inoculation.
The global number of swine flu deaths has jumped by more than
1,000 in a week, according to the latest figures from the WHO
In late August, FOX
News reported that doctors had announced a severe form of
the H1N1 virus that goes straight to the lungs, causing severe
illness in otherwise healthy young people and requiring expensive
There is growing concern over the discovery of mutated strains
of the H1N1 virus. This mutation could increase the ability
of the virus to affect the respiratory tracts and, in particular,
the lung tissue, said a statement from the French Health
Last week, the WHO tried to dampen
fears about mutations seen in the swine flu virus in several
countries, noting that both mutations had been found in very few
A change that created Tamiflu resistance has been found in about
75 people around the world, said Dr. Keiji Fukuda, chief flu adviser
to the W.H.O.s director general.
Dr. Fukuda also said W.H.O. scientists were not sure
of the level of threat posed by a separate mutation that helps
the virus reach the lungs. It has been found in Norway, Ukraine,
Brazil, China, Japan, Mexico and the United States, in both serious
and mild cases.
Even though a more lethal version of the virus has infected almost
2 million people and left more than 400 dead in the Ukraine, Dr.
Fukuda insists that "experts still need to see whether the
mutation -- whose shorthand name in virology is D222G or D225G
-- is becoming more common, and how often it leads to severe disease,"
One isolate from Ukraine with the mutation had changed so that
swine flu vaccine probably would not protect against it well,
Britains national medical laboratory reported last Friday.
Virologist Timothy Lee stated "there is currently little
debate among infectious disease specialists that we're dealing
with a recombined strain with a much higher CFR [case fatality
rate] than standard H1N1."
Lee stated that D225G is currently circulating worldwide and by
stealth since most samples that are being collected are from the
upper respiratory tract, while D225G is mostly affecting in the
lowest portions of the lungs. "This strain is specifically
attacking the inferior [lowest] portion of the lungs which is
the largest and most critical pulmonary branch...it is almost
as if the virus knows where to most effectively kill its host."
On November 17th, the WHO lied to the world by stating:
"Preliminary tests reveal no significant changes in the
pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus based on investigations of samples
taken from patients in Ukraine....Preliminary genetic sequencing
shows that the virus is similar to the virus used for production
of the pandemic influenza vaccine, reconfirming the vaccine's
efficacy at this time."
The comments were made after sequences had been generated which
showed that four of four fatal cases in Ukraine had the receptor
binding domain change D225G. This change had been predicted because
it is the type of change expected for the large number of deaths
which were linked to the rapid destruction of both lungs. The
failure of WHO to consider such a change significant raises serious
concerns about the agency's credibility and scientific underpinnings.
The failure of WHO to correctly report on the receptor binding
domain after the sequences had been generated destroys confidence
in the agency at a most crucial time. In addition to targeting
of the lungs and a reduction in vaccine efficiency, Tamiflu resistance
is on the rise and one of the fatal D225G cases in France has
additional viral changes which raise concern at a time when WHO
is posting situation updates which are not credible.
These statements by WHO, at a time of extremely peril, are both
scandalous and hazardous to the world's health.
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November 30, 2009