By David BurdNeil Z.
Miller’s 3/25/13 AofA Post
relating his presentations on dangers of
infant vaccines being rebuffed, hindered, or censored by Canadian
officials prompt me to specifically convey the bizarre but true World of
Flu in Canada compared to the U.S,, though I am confident that much
pertains to most every vaccine.
My years of study of Canada
versus the U.S. compares “apples to apples” as both health systems have
the exact same boilerplate for weekly influenza (flu) reports. In the
U.S. it is the CDC “Fluview” - whereas in Canada their version is the
PHAC (Public Health Agency of Canada) “Fluwatch.” Any layperson or
health professional can easily access the Weekly Reports by just
googling those websites.
Back in June 2, 2010 AofA ran my Post
citing the vast disparity of pediatric “flu-associated” deaths between
Canada and the U.S. I cited U.S. pediatric mortality rate was four
times that of Canada, and I made the case terribly toxic drugs such as
Ribavirin have been given for years in the U.S. hospitals whereas
Canada’s protocols distinctly avoid this nucleoside analogue (basically
the same as cancer chemotherapy) that immediately causes hemolytic
anemia (quickly kills red blood cells).
At any rate - Neil Z.
Miller is a hero and I’ve always wanted to communicate with him. So in
that spirit I hope he reads this Post, and I commend him for all he has
done, and does.
First, The Good about Canada: The June 1, 2012
issue of Pediatrics (Epub was 5/14/2012) by five Canadian health
professionals cites over six years ending 2009 but an average of 5% of
Canadian Ontario babies (up to age 2) had parents that took them to get
annual flu vaccinations. The Province of Ontario includes Toronto and
their capital Ottawa, and is 40% -of Canada’s population. Thus, I
contend Ontario is an accurate barometer of all of Canada. The
following is the Pediatrics Paper reference::
Pediatrics. 2012 Jun;129(6):e1421-30. doi: 10.1542/peds.2011-2441. Epub 2012 May 14.
Low rates of influenza immunization in young children under Ontario's universal influenza immunization program.
the years I have previously documented (per the PHAC Fluwatch) the same
six years the average pediatric Canadian “flu-associated” deaths per
year was but one. Yes, only one (1), although there is the caveat that
on average three (3) other pediatric Canadian deaths per year were among
those having very serious prior co-morbidities in combination with flu
Next, the Good versus the Bad: With the present
2012-2013 Flu Season essentially over in North America, the
“flu-associated” pediatric deaths for reported by Canada’s Fluwatch is
zero, that’s right - zero - even zero among Canadian kids having serious
Meanwhile here in the U.S. with parents
being exhorted by the vast Flu Shot Advertising Empire since last
September, the U.S. CDC reports via its Fluview there are 105 pediatric
deaths and 51% of U.S. kids getting flu shots for 2012-2013, with even
two shots at 6 months and 7 months, and most having 25 micrograms of
mercury preservative out of 10-dose vials. This is versus 5% kids in
Canada getting flu shots, and since it’s clear Canadian parents are not
as panicked or gullible as American parents (indoctrinated by CDC’s
revolting and ceaseless fear mongering) it’s likely the few Canadian
tots actually given shots got the single dose from individual vials
having but residual mercury (though no data is available on this
The Ugly: The American Media resolutely refuses to
report the complete success of Canada’s parents refusing to have their
kids getting a useless and truly toxic flu shot, yet having on average
but one yearly “flu-associated” death,.
More Good Repeated: Canadian parents have wised up to the propaganda.
Ugly: Canadian officials, ignoring five of their top health scientists’
Pediatrics published paper, still parrot their U.S. counterparts and
promote the idiocy of flu shots.
Even more Ugly: U.S. CDC
officials and U.S. Media and Canadian Media, and Canada’s Officialdom,
as experienced by Neil Z. Miller, persist in their promoting deadly and
disabling flu shots and other unnecessary vaccines. As of mid-March,
the CDC cites 105 dead American kids per their Fluview Website. In
Canada for this flu season it’s zero. It’s are all there in black and
white on both countries’ Official Websites.
David (DB) Burd's professional experience spans four decades of
technology innovation, design, and trouble-shooting with various
engineering firms, and has concentrated the last decade on medical
technology and related topics after experience as a U.S. patent examiner
in medical technology. DB's corporate and consulting activities
followed an initial eight years of positions in the national defense
arena. DB was in the first graduating class of "rocket scientists,"
with a BSME in Mechanical Engineering and Astronautical Sciences from
Northwestern University. DB also writes on medical topics, and provides
analytical expertise to organizations involved in major public health