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Bayer and Death: Vaccines and CDC’s Myth of a 1918 Virus

Part 3 of 5

By J. Holcombe, D. Jacobson, and T. Ruhl

“The bird and mammalian species took hold on the earth approximately 65 million years ago, i.e. the same time as the dinosaurs went extinct. So did the flu and other viruses of all the surviving species. Since then, all those viruses have been mating and mutating among themselves without the sky caving in due to any infection. Therefore, any talk of a bird or swine flu pandemic with the probability to kill millions of people is either a purposeful or hallucinogenic nonsense to make profit on the backs of the innocent following.”
~Shiv Chopra, microbiologist, vaccine expert

In 2005, the Centers for Disease Control claimed it had reconstructed the “virulent” 1918 virus:

“CDC researchers and their colleagues have successfully reconstructed the influenza virus that caused the 1918-19 flu pandemic, which killed as many as 50 million people worldwide.”

Whatever the CDC reconstructed, it was not what killed millions of people in 1918-19.

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Bayer and Death: Aspirin Killed, Homeopathy Saved

Part 2 of 5

By J. Holcombe, D. Jacobson, and T. Ruhl

“In February 1917, Bayer lost its American patent on aspirin, opening a lucrative drug market to many manufacturers. Bayer fought back with copious advertising, celebrating the brand’s purity just as the epidemic was reaching its peak.”  The New York Times

In Part 1, we revealed that while most believed for 100 years that a flu virus killed millions of people worldwide in 1918, medical forensic research discovered that most died of pneumonia caused by a massive bacterial infection. Here, we discuss how this research also shows that homeopathy saved people’s lives during that time, while aspirin killed them.

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