Analyzing epidemics « Jon Rappoport’s Blog
by Jon Rappoport
October 12, 2014
Let’s face it; a whole lot of people would believe three cows bumping into each other in a field was an epidemic, if they were told it was. If tomorrow, the CDC came out with the pronouncement that the moon was a giant virus, many people would hide in their cellars.
Conversely, Brian Williams could call people dropping like flies in Times Square the result of one tainted hot dog in Des Moines, and viewers would find a way to buy it. For years, the CDC trumpeted the yearly death toll from flu, in the US, as 36,000, and no one blinked or trembled. Not a problem. Why? Because no one in charge said: “epidemic.”The World Health Organization WHO claims that, globally, there are between 3 and 5 million cases of ordinary flu every year, and between 250,000 and 500,000 people die. Ho-hum. Pass the salt. Again, no one says “epidemic.”
But in the spring of 2009, with just 20 cases of Swine Flu on the books, WHO declared a level-6 pandemic, its highest danger category. And people started buying bottled water and canned goods.Of course, to make that pronouncement, WHO had to change its definition of pandemic. Widespread death and severe debilitation were no longer required.
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