Why so little flu this year? The ques...

Why so little flu this year? The question sparks many questions, no answers

There are 2 comments on the 680News story from Mar 7, 2012, titled Why so little flu this year? The question sparks many questions, no answers. In it, 680News reports that:

Dr. Danuta M. Skowronski, Physician Epidemiologist at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, poses for a photograph in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday August 19, 2008.

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Mar 8, 2012
Vaxxers R Losers

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Mar 9, 2012
Its because they are being watched. Last time H1N1 was suspected of being man made. Likely a pig vaccine used in Mexico. They also found contaminated vaccines with H1N1 in them. Then the GodFather of the Pharmafia the W.H.O. changed its epidemic/pandemic definition so they could use it to fear monger market vaccines. Lots of cash made. The pandemic was a con job.

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