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1918-1920


March 1918 – December 1920 – The so-called “Spanish Flu” kills an estimated 20-50 million globally.  The U.S. Public Health Service and the Navy conduct numerous, documented experiments in an effort to test the spread of influenza by having infected persons breathe, sneeze, cough, on 100+ healthy volunteers.  They eventually progressed to putting snot and sputum directly into the throat and eyes and ultimately injecting blood from influenza patients into healthy volunteers.  They were never able to spread the sickness they were attributing to influenza person-to-person.[xviii] Many including Dr. Eleanor McBean, who lived through the pandemic credits the “14 to 25 shots given to soldiers” and then the public as the culprit:  “the flu hit only the vaccinated. Those who had refused the shots escaped the flu….The first World War was …short…, so the vaccine makers were unable to use up all their vaccines….they decided to sell it to the rest of the population. So they drummed up the largest vaccination campaign in U.S. history. Their propaganda claimed the soldiers were coming home…with all kinds of diseases and that everyone must have all the shots on the market.“[xix] Interestingly, McBean, the author of six books was deleted off Wikipedia in 2015.[xx]  The NIH’s own history of the “pandemic” confirms that it originated in US military training camps where recruits would have received compulsory vaccines: “Fourteen of the largest training camps had reported influenza outbreaks in March, April, or May (of 1918).”[xxi]

Even though the “government” wasn’t able to spread the “Spanish Flu” person-to-person in their own experiments,[xxii] they pushed masking which contributed to bacterial pneumonia,[xxiii] which the NIH admitted in 2008 was the leading cause of death during the “pandemic.”[xxiv]

The NIH and NIAID admitted in a 2008 study that the primary cause of death during the pandemic was actually bacterial pneumonia[xxv] which was undoubtedly made worse by masking policies[xxvi]. The other likely culprit of the death and disease associated with the “Spanish Flu” was aspirin poisoning which would have perfectly exacerbated pneumonia.[xxvii] In February 1917, Bayer lost its American patent on aspirin, opening a lucrative drug market to many manufacturers who began advertising campaigns for their new brands. Bayer fought back with copious advertising, celebrating the brand’s purity just as the epidemic was reaching its peak.[xxviii] Aspirin regimens, both dose and schedule, recommended in 1918 are now known to regularly produce toxicity. Aspirin advertisements in August 1918 and a series of official recommendations for aspirin by the US Surgeon General, the US Navy and the Journal of the American Medical Association in September and early October preceded the death Spike of October 1918.[xxix]   

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1913

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