The 1918 Influenza
VERY FEW PEOPLE realize that the worst epidemic ever to hit America, the Spanish Influenza of 1918 was the after effect of the massive nation-wide vaccine campaign. Viruses were not known at that time so the doctors told the people that the disease was caused by germs. Germs, bacteria and viruses, along with bacilli and a few other invisible organisms are the scapegoats, which the doctors like to blame for the things they do not understand.
If we check back in history to that 1918 flu period, we will see that it suddenly struck just after the end of World War I when American soldiers were returning home from overseas, although there was a suggestion that the virus strain originated at Fort Riley, Kansas, in viruses in poultry and pigs which the fort bred for food; the soldiers were then sent from Fort Riley around the world, where they spread the disease. WWI was the first war in which multiple vaccines were forced on all U.S. servicemen.
“It was a common expression during the war that more soldiers were killed by vaccine shots than by shots from enemy guns.”—E. McBean
This concoction of poisonous drugs and putrid proteins of which the vaccines were composed, caused such widespread disease & death among the soldiers that it was the common talk of the day, that more of our men were being killed by medical shots than by enemy gunfire.
The Spanish Flu was worsened by aspirin abuse leading to wet lung.
Death by aspirin
In another example, researcher Dr. Tsunetoshi Shimazu, in a letter in the British Medical Journal, noted this observation:
Aspirin may have enhanced the virulence of the flu virus in the 1918 pandemic, which has implications for A/H1N1 flu.
Letters A/H1N1 flu. Aspirin in the 1918 pandemic. British Medical Journal. 15 June 2009;338:b2398. doi:
In addition to aspirin use, medical treatment consisted of cough syrup to suppress cough. This resulted in an inability to clear the lungs and bronchi.
An article in the journal Pharmacotherapy reveals that taking aspirin or Tylenol™ for the flu (both fever reducers) could prolong one’s illness by up to 3½ days!
Plaisance KI et al. Effect of antipyretic therapy on the duration of illness in experimental influenza A, Shigella connei, and Rickettsia rickettsii infections. Pharmacotherapy. 2000;20(12):1417-1433.
There is one drug which directly or indirectly was the cause of the loss of more lives than was influenza itself: aspirin. Aspirin was taken until prostration resulted & the patient developed pneumonia. – Frank L. Newton,
Amandha D Vollmer
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