Has Jesus Returned to Mexico??

As of May 4 2009 Mexico revised their disastrous death toll from Swine Flu from 176 down to 20!

156 people brought back to life?

Has Jesus come back to earth and done a Lazarus 150 plus times in Mexico??

Hardly. Sorry to disappoint any who were looking for evidence of His Return here.

What HAS happened however, is the initial hype and fear Swine flu engendered has given way to a bit more common sense and it is realised that the almost 200 people who died in Mexico over the last 7 weeks since Swine Flu was first identified in a human carrier (mid March!!) from flu-like symptoms were killed by a ratio of almost 8 to one by ‘everyday’ Flu and not the rarer and so far seemingly not as deadly Swine flu strain of the influenza virus.


The flu we all know of – and most of us get once a year or so – kills eight times as many Mexicans in this ‘pandemic’ and yet we are terrified of the less fatal strain and do nothing about the more fatal one??

If i didn’t know better i’d begin to suspect there was some sort of international pharmacological company conspiracy to help get them through this current financial crisis through sale of their unwanted and largely ineffective products to give a much needed boost to their profits??

Just heard on my radio – prescriptions of Tamiflu have increased by over 10 times in the last month DESPITE there not being a single confirmed case of the disease (let alone a single death) in the entire continent!

Australia stockpiled enough Tamiflu to treat a third of our entire population after the Avian Flu scare that fizzled out miserably in 2006 – the use-by date for those prescriptions is approaching. Funnily enough major phamalogical manufacturers don’t give refunds on unused pills.

Our Health Minister has announced that approximately 20% of the stockpile has been replaced so far (That’s around 2 million unused packs of Tamiflu wasted to date).

Considering we only have enough packs to give to one in every three of our citizens i have to wonder just what it is my government is doing and who is making the most profit from the semi-regular panics we have been getting hit with this decade?


  1. And how much did this cost our governments by stockpiling drugs?

    This has got to be one of the most idiotic plays in the press in recent years.

    Oh crap…just sneezed…got to go grab some Tamiflu.


  2. Because this was a new flu strain, with no vaccine currently available, the Health Organizations were right to be cautious and issue alerts.

    Of course all the media saw was a great headline “Pandemic”‘, and the panic was on.

    I’ll see your conspiracy and raise you 6 more. πŸ™‚

    1.Chicken farmers. They had to do something about all the sales there were losing.

    2.Finally sick of Humans enslaving their animal brothers PETA launched the outbreak hoping to end meat production once and for all.

    3. Al-queda. Mexico is much easier to attack and Muslims hate pigs.

    4. Gobal Warming. This gets blamed for everything else, so why not just add the “swine flu to the list.

    5. George Bush. Now that he is ex-president he will get blamed for everything.

    6. Bugs Bunny. He was trying to get back at Porkey Pig. TTTThat’s all folks. πŸ™‚


  3. David – luckily – i know better! πŸ˜‰

    Then again i believe in an invisible undetectable supernatural entity, so what would i know? πŸ˜‰

    Joseph – it did not cost our governments one red cent….. it costs US plenty though πŸ˜‰ our governments are way to smart ever to use any of their money on wasteful rubbish.

    There seems no longer to be any kind of attempt by mainstream news media to represent facts – just to create drama – What Hollywood used to do.

    Ed – you’re a sick man Sir πŸ˜‰

    As i said – if i didn’t know better i’d begin to suspect…. what really gets me about this and the previous flu ‘scare’ is the way the news media (and governments it seems?) totally ignore the half a million deaths from everyday flu around the world every single year. No alerts that close schools or aged care centres are ever issued for a proven cause of mass death, but when there is a SMALL chance of a Pamdemic the hype goes through the roof and a fortune is spent preventing something that almost never eventuates…

    and of course major pharma companies make a squillion more.

    I am Grateful to Mexico’s government for letting the world know about swine flu more promprtly than China did with bird flu ( but it still took over a month of people getting symptoms and spreading around the world before the media caught up) and they did rush into the determination of a hundred and fifty ‘potential’ deaths from Swine flu that were really due to other forms of the disease.


  4. Well, you know, I think people are being overcautious (sorry I can’t spell today) but I think it is a good thing. I think there is a great fear of some pandemic raging out of control and destroying half the world’s population (AIDS being one but no one is half as worried about it seems) so I think it is to be expected- rather overcautious than overdead πŸ˜‰ And if you can make a buck out of it too!! Even better πŸ˜€


  5. Rain – i’m sure there is more than a little tongue-in-cheek in that last comment πŸ™‚

    Humans have a remarkable ability to think the worst in spite of the evidence. And a similar ability to ignore the obvious if it has become ‘everyday’.

    The Media tends to magnify this ability.

    While the US has had one recorded fatality from Swine Flu so far (in some 8 weeks) and people are making drastic changes to their behaviour in the US solely because of the fear of Swine flu – they completely ignore the far more frequent deaths from flu and pneumonia and do nothing to modify their behaviour as a result of those?

    As bad as the Aids epidemic has become – it has been around now for thirty years without a real cure being found and yet rather than the world’s population reducing by half there are more of us alive today than there has ever been at any other time in history!?

    Fear makes us behave irrationally and i don’t think that is a good thing. 😯


  6. We got an official email circular at work today on how to do deal with the swine flu epidemic- even though there hasn’t been a single recorded case in SA!

    Yeah I think you are right Love, there is not much risk of the world’s population dying out anytime soon in spite of the fears. People are procreating too much. πŸ˜‰


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