The British government has started making plans to off-load millions of swine flu vaccines it bought during the swine flu hysteria last year.
As expected, swine flu has proven to be less of a problem than seasonal flu and the third wave predicted by the “experts” and the pharmaceutical companies has failed to materialised.
There are now less than 5,000 in England with swine flu and only 360 deaths caused by swine flu were recorded in the UK. Seasonal flu kills about 4,000 a year.
All of the deaths could have been avoided if the British government had closed our borders before swine flu had hit these shores but No Mandate Brown saw it as an opportunity to look like a capable leader, the prime minister that saved us from certain death from a modern day plague.
When El Gordo sold off our gold reserves he announced the sale well in advance and depressed the market so badly that the price of gold halved by the time he sold it, losing the taxpayer billions. Let’s hope the same doesn’t happen with the swine flu vaccines.
A swine flu vaccine is apparently going to be available from next week on the NHS after being fast-tracked through the European Empire’s approval process.
Since the kids have gone back to school the number of cases has started going back up – as it was predicted to do – but there still haven’t been many deaths.
Swine flu isn’t a nice thing to have and ultimately, of course, it can kill. But so does normal flu and normal flu will kill more people this winter than swine flu has all year so why is there such an emphasis on preventing swine flu when getting a flu jab in the last few years has been quite a challenge for a lot of people who are in the at-risk bracket?
This swine flu vaccine will be rolled out to medical staff, children and ill people from next week but it hasn’t been tested sufficiently to prove there are no side effects. In the 1997 swine flu outbreak in America, an untested vaccination was rushed out which ended up killing more people than swine flu did.
With four young children – one with a heart condition – we will shortly have to make the decision as to whether we should get them vaccinated. What is it they say about food? If in doubt, throw it out. I’m inclined to say no and take a chance.