There's no reason for panic over the H1N1 or swine flu virus, says noted neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock. The swine flu is not only much less deadly than many health organizations would have the public believe, it actually is no more dangerous than seasonal flu, Dr. Blaylock told Newsmax's Ashley Martella in an exclusive telephone interview See Dr. Blaylock on Newsmax.tv - Click Here Now.
In the light of dire predictions by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), sixty of the world's leading virologists were questioned about the swine flu pandemic. "According to the people who know the most about this virus — not the WHO and CDC who are both heavily funded by the pharmaceutical makers of vaccine — the virus appears to be relatively mild. Deaths are extremely low for a worldwide virus," says Dr. Blaylock, author of the Blaylock Wellness Report.
"We've heard that the virus could suddenly become a mass killer when winter arrives, but virologists disagree. They point out that the southern hemisphere is in the middle of winter and there has been no dramatic rise in death rates. And when asked if they thought the virus would mutate to a 1918-style killer, none said it was extremely likely and over half said it was unlikely."
And would the virologists and their families be first in line to take the new swine flu vaccine? When asked what they would do to avoid swine flu, "They didn't even mention the vaccine," says Blaylock. "They said they would just hunker down and get through the flu season like any flu season, taking ordinary precautions like avoiding crowds."
The H1N1 vaccine is much more likely to be dangerous than the swine flu itself, says Dr. Blaylock. "The vaccine has a lot of complications," he says. "Research trials on the swine flu vaccine have been done without any additives called immune adjuvants. This is exactly what was done in 1976. They tested one vaccine and gave a different one. As a result, 500 people were paralyzed and almost 300 died. There were probably many other deaths and cases of paralysis that were not reported. I think the vaccine will cause many more problems than the flu itself."
In the Newsmax interview, Dr. Blaylock was asked if the vaccine could cause autism. "Not from a single vaccine," he says, "but when you add this vaccine on top of the other regularly scheduled vaccines children are given, what is particularly dangerous for the brain is they are giving three flu vaccines within 21 days. That is very dangerous to the developing brain, especially if they add the MF-59 adjuvant. MF-59 contains squalene, which is strongly connected with immune disorders." See Dr. Blaylock on Newsmax.tv - Click Here Now.
"The literature we're seeing connected with this vaccine indicates that it could not only produce an increase in autism but also an increase in seizures, paralysis and autoimmune diseases."
Most of the deaths from swine flu, which have been small in number despite predictions, have occurred in vulnerable areas of the population.
"Most of the people who are dying have multiple, chronic diseases not directly related to the virus," Dr. Blaylock says. "To people with a normal immune system, it's a very mild disease."
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