Saturday, April 7, 2012
INDIA - WARM WEATHER SWINE FLU EPIDEMIC
THIS IS CAUSE FOR SERIOUS CONCERN.
Look at these headlines.
Pune worst-hit by swine flu with 260 cases in all
Pune: With 11 swine flu deaths and 260 cases in all, Pune has become the epicentre of the outbreak this season. The virus has spread to eight other states including Andhra Pradesh which has reported nine deaths, maximum numbers after Pune.
Swine flu kills three in Bangalore
Swine flu has claimed the lives of two women and a man in Bangalore, health officials told Press Trust of India (PTI). The patients died in different hospitals in Bangalore. From January this year, 475 samples were tested for swine flu,of which 71 ...
Five more swine flu suspects
Times of India
Hospital sources said while reports of three suspected swine flu patients admitted to the hospital on Thursday were being awaited, one more patient was admitted the same day and four others were brought on Friday. Medical officers attending to the ...
Eight more test positive for swine flu, two critical
Times of India
Also, eight people - seven from Pune and one from Pimpri-Chinchwad - tested positive for swine flu on the same day. "A four-year-old has been put on ventilator support at Noble Hospital. The child, a resident of Satavwadi in Hadapsar, ...
Swine flu hits Bangalore, kills 3 in 2 months
Swine flu has claimed has claimed the lives of two women and a man in Bangalore, health officials said. The patients died in different hospitals in Bangalore. From January this year, 475 samples were tested for swine flu,of which 71 tested positive.
Pune Swine Flu update: Total number of cases goes up to 260
Even though Pune is now the epicentre of the outbreak this time like the last, the swine flu virus has now spread to eight more states in the country. The reason for Pune being afflicted by the disease again and again is haunting officials.
It is warm over there in most of the cities. A warm weather flu epidemic is odd but not impossible. Influenza usually transmits in cooler weather because the virus is preserved better out in the open if it lands on a hand railing or anyplace where people put their hands. To get the flu all they have to do after touching that railing is touch their nose, mouth or even eyes. When it is hot out, the virus deposit quickly dries up and dies and there is usually less transmission.
Something very unusual is now happening in India, and it does not bode well for the rest of the world.
Most people in the United States do not give a sheet what happens in India.
I take interest because I realized that India deliberately uses illnesses to try to beat down their population surge. They did this by not inoculating their own people (Untouchables - Dalits) with vaccines that they had readily available.
When I raised a stink (2006) about their policies by writing to their online newspapers they came out with a campaign to immunize the Dalits. The campaign was ballyhood and put on the front page of the papers. Once they had created enough propaganda about it they discontinued the program.
Again, they were letting the people die because they were seen as USELESS EATERS. By the way, I received a substantial amount of hate mail from India telling me that the "Dalits were worthless, and did I not know that they breed like cockroaches...."
Their government's obvious program was a form of hideous eugenics, but it forewarns you that India will use nature and perhaps a perversion of nature to beat their population down (I.e. Kill Dalits)
So, I am wondering, has India modified the H1N1 virus so that it can spread in warm weather and are they releasing it on their own population of poor? (Those people who breed like cockroaches.)