CBS 60 Minutes: 300 death claims from 1976 swine flu vaccine

A headline in today’s newspaper proclaims “U.S. to vaccinate millions against swine flu.” Also today, Reuter reported, WHO says new flu “unstoppable”, calls for vaccine. From the same news service we learn the U.S. federal government will spend $884 million to buy more ingredients to make an H1N1 swine flu vaccine.

Fred Burks over at the National Examiner has written an excellent article on this topic which includes a revealing video clip from the CBS investigative program 60 Minutes. Before making your decision on whether or not to get the swine flu vaccine when it comes out, you should watch that 60 Minutes clip from 1979 and read Freds article.

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Industrial Hog Farming Is Just Like Wall Street

One theory about the swine flu which is quickly gaining traction is that the flu was spread by flies swarming around the hog manure ponds at the giant Granjas Carrol hog farm in Vera Cruz, Mexico. Granjas Carrol, which is partly owned by Smithfield Foods – the world’s largest hog company – raises 950,000 hogs per year at the facility.

On these industrial-scale hog farms, pigs are jammed together so tightly that they can barely turn around. There are so many of them that they produce many tons of manure, which is just dumped into giant open ponds.

This is the Wall Street of hog farming. On both Wall Street and at giant meat production farms, the hogs feed at the public trough.

On hog farms, as with Wall Street:

  • A couple of giant companies dominated the landscape
  • Regulators allowed the companies to run amok
  • The profits were privatized, and the losses socialized. In the case of the hog farms, the profits from the mega-farms were pocketed by the companies, while the costs of the swine flu epidemic will be borne by the taxpayers. Indeed, the companies went hog wild, knowing that governments wouldpick up the pieces if things crashed