The Swine Flu story sounds like a psy-op:
1. Millions die in Mexico each year from diseases such as TB, typhoid and malaria.
But we don't hear much about that.
Due to high levels of poverty in Mexico, there is a tendency for outbreaks of flu to kill large numbers of people.
"During a typical year in the United States, 30,000 to 50,000 persons die as a result of influenza viral infection." - Flu Pandemic Morbidity / Mortality
2. In the USA and Canada, flu symptoms have been described as mild.
"Several students experienced flu symptoms after they returned but they were so mild that they didn't raise any concerns." (Swine flu hits Canada)
This swine flu's a "relative lightweight" (Swine flu's a relative lightweight.)
The first reports of swine infections in Mexico came in mid-March.
The current swine flu strain still has fewer than 1,000 reported cases.
Remember: "During a typical year in the United States, 30,000 to 50,000 persons die as a result of influenza viral infection." - Flu Pandemic Morbidity / Mortality
So, why is publicity for the flu coming now?
And reports of the Lockerbie Bomb case appeal (Lockerbie bomber launches second appeal).
4. And, certain fascist swine are hoping to make lots of money from selling vaccines.
"On March 20, 2009, this researcher outlined a peculiar PANDEMIC VACCINE TRAINING exercise in Texas scheduled to occur on Saturday, May 2, 2009." (http://www.rense.com/general85/dsd2.htm)
"There was a Swine Flu outbreak in 1976. President Gerald Ford asked that all Americans be innoculated.
"As it turned out, the disease only killed one person but the vaccine harmed hundreds and may have killed some." (This article addresses that question.)
5. And maybe the latest swine flu is meant to target certain groups?
"Viruses ... tailored to detect the differences in the DNA of races could offer warmakers ... a new means to carry out 'ethnic cleansing'," said a panel convened by the British Medical Association (BMA).
6. Why Mexico?
Samuel P Huntington saw a new threat to the United States: Mexicans.
"In The Hispanic Challenge, Huntington claims that 'the single most serious challenge to America’s traditional identity comes from the immense and continuing immigration from Latin America, especially from Mexico.'" - The Huntington Challenge: Why The Hispanic Challenge should be ...
Huntington and Hispanic immigration: "The extent and nature of this immigration differ fundamentally from those of previous immigration, and the assimilation successes of the past are unlikely to be duplicated with the contemporary flood of immigrants from Latin America.
"This reality poses a fundamental question: Will the United States remain a country with a single national language and a core Anglo-Protestant culture?" - Civilizations (print)
Samuel Phillips Huntington (April 18, 1927–December 24, 2008) was an American political scientist who gained prominence through his Clash of Civilizations (1993, 1996) thesis of a post-Cold War new world order.