Tuesday, November 3, 2009

One out of three Swiney cases

Apparently a third person has died from Piggy flu in Sweden, but still the relevant statistics are ignored. Like the fact that last year, which was a very mild flu year, 100+ people was confirmed dead in Sweden from flu. Other years, like the year 2000 the number was close 1400 confirmed deaths. This should then be correlated to 3 deaths during around half a year of exposing us for the Swiney variant. True that the real flu season has just begun, but the mortality rate is very low so far.

That the death rate is around 0.007%, which is lower than any normal flu, out of the infected is also ignored, as is the fact that the symptoms for the vast majority of infected is very mild.

Media like to scare us that so many children and young and healthy get infected. This is only partly true. It has happened before that a flu strain targets more of the young than others, so for instance was the case the flu season of 2003-2004 of the A/H3 strain. H1N1 usually target more healthy groups, so its no real surprise this is the case now either. Media also still claims that obese people are more at risk; this is not only false, the opposite is true. Statistics from America, with a 70% obese populace only 20% of the dead is obese. Consequently fatty blobby people seem to be much more protected something media refuse to write about.

Another fact that kind of get hidden is that most of the dead, it is very hard to find any exception, have had heart troubles, liver diseases and similar problems which would most likely have'd them killed whatever flu strain they pick up.

But here is a statistic I’m hoping very much for. The third confirmed dead was a politician, so if this continues, that 1 out of 3 dead belong to the enemy class of politics, I haft to say: GO FLU! GO!

Although a very easy way to go for any politician, I would prefer the short drop with dangling for ten minutes or a couple of days in the dungeon with Spike the Jailor; this is still something to root for.

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