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[Part of the Bird Flu Heist
of the Bandits (£650 Million thrown down the
drain/given to the Psychopaths). A very bloodthirsty bandit,
Rumsfeld, has a stake in
this. He has a thing about poisons, and personally brought us the
flu massacre, and the
notable poison and obesity promoter---
Of course, if the bandits wanted to kill viral diseases they wouldn't have
suppressed the Vitamin C cure, (and ozone).
But viruses, mostly just fear of viruses, is what keeps the whole bandit wagon
on the road.
The sell by date was due to run out in the autumn (2009), hence the real need to get it into bodies asap, the excuse being the new Swine flu 2009 engineered fearmonger.]
See: Bird Flu Fearmongering Swine flu vaccine 2009
 Ministers blew £650MILLION on useless anti-flu drugs: Cash spent on stockpiling treatments that 'worked no better than paracetamol'
[2009 Dec] The Truth About Tamiflu the FDA directed Roche to state on the drug’s label the following caveat: “Tamiflu has not been proven to have a positive impact on the potential consequences (such as hospitalizations, mortality, or economic impact) of seasonal, avian, or pandemic influenza.”
[2009 Oct Letter] Swine flu fatal? Or Tamiflu fatal?
[13 July 2009] FROM THE JOBBING DR WEBSITE We all love Tamiflu most of the stockpiled Tamiflu was for a previous flu scare, and it expires (passes its sell-by date) in the early part of this Autumn (2009) when it effectively and officially becomes useless (as opposed to being pretty useless anyway).
[2009 June] More Swine flu porkies by Hilary Butler Never tell anyone that side effects of Tamiflu look like the flu you're trying to stop. Just tell them that Tamiflu stops it being worse than it would be otherwise
Tamiflu - why no honesty?---Steve Scrutton
[2009 Dec] Doctors query ability of Tamiflu to stop severe illness Roche, the manufacturer of Tamiflu, has made it impossible for scientists to assess how well the anti-flu drug stockpiled around the globe works by withholding the evidence the company has gained from trials, doctors alleged today . Tamiflu may shorten the bout of illness by a day or so, the investigators say, but it is impossible to know whether it prevents severe disease because the published data is insufficient. Roche has failed to make some of the studies carried out on the drug publicly available, the scientists say.
[2009 Dec] Just one in five people given Tamiflu by NHS hotline was actually suffering from swine flu (and 800,000 wrongly told to stay home) Around 800,000 people were incorrectly told to stop work and take the Tamiflu drug, costing employers hundreds of millions of pounds and adding to the NHS drug bill. In fact just one in every five people diagnosed by the controversial call centres actually had the illness. .....It means that more than 800,000 of the 1million packets of Tamiflu - which cost around £15 each - were given out needlessly. .....Now the expected death toll has been revised to less than 1,000 - with 270 having died so far, of whom 80 per cent had other illnesses or underlying conditions.
[2009 Nov] South Korean Teenager Jumps From Apartment Window After Taking Tamiflu
[2009 oct] Footy friends rally after Perkin loses wife and son
[2009 Aug] Tamiflu puts 600,000 at greater risk of a stroke
[2009 Aug] Experts warned dispersal of Tamiflu would do more harm than good
[2009 Aug] 'Tamiflu turned my children into hallucinating, sobbing wrecks'
[2009 Aug] Children should not be given Tamiflu, Oxford researchers say
[2009 Aug] GMTV star Andrew Castle claims his daughter almost died from taking Tamiflu
[2009 July] Half of children taking Tamiflu have side-effects
[2009 May] The trouble with Tamiflu The review concluded that they might be of some help in a pandemic, but strongly recommended they should not be handed out routinely or used for normal winter flu outbreaks. To Jefferson's horror, however, the WHO has recommended that the drugs should be used against seasonal flu - the usual forms of flu that hit us every winter - so that doctors get used to giving them, and patients to taking them, ahead of a pandemic.
[Nov 2007 Tamiflu] FDA seeks warnings on flu vaccines Twenty-five patients under age 21 have died while taking the drug, most of them in Japan. Five deaths resulted from children "falling from windows or balconies or running into traffic."
[Media Nov 2005] Japan Links Tamiflu to Sudden Deaths in Children The ministry confirms that it has concluded that the death of one boy was the result of side effects from the drug. The ministry says it has found 64 cases of psychological disorders linked to the drug in the past four years.
Big Stakes in Tamiflu Debate Rumsfeld - as a stock holder and former CEO of Gilead Sciences Inc., the sole patent owner of Tamiflu, the antiviral drug now being stockpiled by the Defense Department and other agencies - stands to make millions of dollars if legislation is passed that allocates additional federal money to stockpile the anti-viral medications.
[Media Nov 2006] Tamiflu caution: Children may act oddly
 Alarming deaths of Tamiflu patients - FDA to investigate The U.S. Food and Drug Administration are investigating the deaths of 12 children in Japan who took Roche's flu-fighting drug Tamiflu. The FDA said the 12 deaths it was reviewing included one suicide, four cases of sudden death and four cases of cardiac arrest. There also were single cases of pneumonia, asphyxiation and acute pancreatitis......It seems the most alarming psychiatric events included two cases in which a 12-year-old and a 13-year-old jumped out of the second-floor windows of their homes after receiving two doses of Tamiflu.Flu Heist
The Rumsfeld crime history:
"The Rumsfeld history starts in 1976, when a military recruit in New Jersey died from a flu that experts speculated might be the "swine flu" virus of 1918 pandemic fame. As Sargent tells it, Rumsfeld, who was then and is again the nation's secretary of defense, made the imminent "swine flu" a political issue to add some spark to the campaign of President Ford, an interim leader without a cause. At Rumsfeld's urging, the administration would ensure that "every man, woman and child" was vaccinated. Huge amounts of vaccine were produced and distributed quickly."-- Lisa Parsons]
"Rumsfeld was president of Serle corporation in
1977, maker of aspartame, then, part of Reagan transition team, and got
aspartame 'legalized' by appointing a defense department contractor [??] (Hayes)
as head of FDA!
In January 1981 Rumsfeld told a sales meeting, according to one attendee, that he would call in his chips and get aspartame approved by the end of the year. On January 25th, the day the new president took office, the previous FDA commissioner's authority was suspended, and the next month, the commissioner's job went to Dr. Arthur Hull Hayes.
Transition records do not show why the administration chose ***Hayes, a professor and Defense Department contract researcher.*** In July Hayes, defying FDA advisors, approved aspartame for dry foods -- his first major decision. In November 1983 the FDA approved aspartame for soft drinks -- Hayes' last decision. In November 1983 Hayes, under fire for accepting corporate gifts, left the agency and went to Searle's public-relations firm as senior medical advisor. Later Searle lawyer Robert Shapiro named aspartame NutraSweet. Monsanto purchased Searle. Rumsfeld received a $12 million bonus. Shapiro is now Monsanto president. .....Former White House Chief of Staff Rumsfeld owed a debt of gratitude to former White House confidante and Rumsfeld friend Donald Kendal, Pepsi's chairman. The Pepsi announcement and aggressive marketing (millions of gumballs, a red and white swirl, tough contracts) made NutraSweet known in every home. ....From 1985 to 1995, researchers did about 400 aspartame studies. They were divided almost evenly between those that gave assurances and those that raised questions about the sweetener. Most instructively, Searle paid for 100% of those finding no problem. All studies paid for by non-industry sources raised questions."---James S. Turner
According to our analysis [1,2], Tamiflu shows no treatment effect against influenza in children with asthma. Although the drug significantly lowered the percentage of people who had positive test results for flu virus, it did not lower the number of people who showed flu-like symptoms [1,2]. Thus we conclude that Tamiflu does not prevent flu.
Mechanism of sudden death is confirmed by at least three animal toxicity studies conducted by Roche company[8-10]. 10 minutes to seven hours (mainly 2 to 4 hours) after the first dose of Tamiflu, 7-day old rats spontaneously decreased movement, had weakened respiration which subsequently became irregular, and died probably from respiratory suppression. In one experiment, of the 24 rats administered with 1000mg/kg of oral oseltamivir 18 died within 7 hours after the first dose of oseltamivir. Cyanosis was observed in 6 rats but no abnormality was found at autopsy. In another experiment two of the 14 rats in the 700mg/kg group and three of the 14 rats in the 1000mg/kg group died. Their body temperatures, spontaneous movement and respiration rates decreased, and the respiration became irregular in 6 among 14 of the 700mg/kg group and in 12 among 14 of the 1000mg/kg group, while none of these signs and symptoms was observed either in 14 rats in the control group or in 500 mg/kg group. In the 1000mg/kg group tremor and collapse were also observed. These signs and symptoms indicate that a major cause of the death of those animals is respiratory suppression due to central nervous system suppression which resembles the pharmacological/toxicological profile of barbiturate and/or other sedatives and sleeping pills.
All of the six human infants died within two to several hours after taking their first dose of Tamiflu during sleep at night or afternoon nap. One infant died within one hour after his parents found abnormal respiration . The clinical courses of the infants and the rats are very similar to each other.
Even in mature individuals the function of blood-brain barrier may deteriorate if one has influenza and there are several data that show Tamiflu causes increased pressure inside the brain (intra-cranial pressure): a 5-month-old baby who was treated with Tamiflu for prevention of flu, showed fontanel bulging  that is a firm sign of increased pressure in brain. And a randomized controlled trial of Tamiflu for prevention of adult flu shows that the drug induces headache, nausea and vomiting in one in 25, 24 and 55 people who were treated with the drug (number needed to Harm is 25, 24 and 55 respectively). This indicates that oseltamivir increases pressure inside the brain too.
We know several patients who had no high fever and took no drugs other than Tamiflu. This shows that these patients are not the cases of fever delirium or their symptoms were not induced by other drugs.