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Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.

 
Anonymous Dr Awoc
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Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
As title, the Spanish Flu killed 50 million in a two year period then seemingly got bored and just.....disappeared?

Seriously though, what happened to it? The general consensus on Google is that everybody just developed a "collective immunity" to it.

No jabbs and a naturally, healthier evolution in the human immune system.
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06/29/2021 05:41 AM
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
No, not true at all. It was pneumonia from wearing face panties.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
No, not true at all. It was pneumonia from wearing face panties.
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I personally agree with you, but if you believe what you're told by TPTB on the subject, then 50 million plus died.

I think I was more throwing it out there to use as an extra arrow in your bow when arguing with the vaxxed-is-good crowd if you're harassed by them.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
No, not true at all. It was pneumonia from wearing face panties.
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Yup. Fauci co-wrote a scientific paper on it.

Not fucking kidding.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
As title, the Spanish Flu killed 50 million in a two year period then seemingly got bored and just.....disappeared?

Seriously though, what happened to it? The general consensus on Google is that everybody just developed a "collective immunity" to it.

No jabbs and a naturally, healthier evolution in the human immune system.
 Quoting: Anonymous Dr Awoc 80385315


It went 'poof' because everyone got bored of that doom and sat back with a fresh pipe waiting for the next doom? That and everyone developed immunity!
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
As title, the Spanish Flu killed 50 million in a two year period then seemingly got bored and just.....disappeared?

Seriously though, what happened to it? The general consensus on Google is that everybody just developed a "collective immunity" to it.

No jabbs and a naturally, healthier evolution in the human immune system.
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50 million was THEIR goal/quota.

This time I think THEY want at least 5 billion gone.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
It burned out because everyone got it
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Or it wasn't a flu at all but rather a Rockefeller experiment? Video is 2:20 long.

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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.

Or it wasn't a flu at all but rather a Rockefeller experiment? Video is 2:20 long.

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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Oh my! Thanks for the pin.

Some articles suggest it just got kinda amalgamated into 'regular' flu.

But I've also heard it said that new viruses do just get milder as the virus learns that if you kill the host then you kill yourself.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Yup they wore diapers back than as well, you would think we would have better technology 100 years later. I remember reading more WW1 service men died from the flu than the war itself, pretty crazy if true considering how many died in WW1.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
You mean the vulnerable people disappeared?

leaving just the already immune behind?
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
No, not true at all. It was pneumonia from wearing face panties.
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Also, massive overdosing with the new-at-the-time, aspirin, by Bayer.

Like, multiple grams of the stuff, every few hours.

That will fuck a person right up.

pennywise
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
I think its spoken about in this doc. The older generations had already been exposed to the H1N1 strain and had some immunity to it, where as the young did not.


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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Oh my! Thanks for the pin.

Some articles suggest it just got kinda amalgamated into 'regular' flu.

But I've also heard it said that new viruses do just get milder as the virus learns that if you kill the host then you kill yourself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Dr Awoc 80385315


The virus is a series of proteins, it's not alive. it does not think, it does not move on its own. it does not change or adapt.

it's simply a virus.

it's not a person, stop personifying it.

also, this is NOT a new virus, in any way at all.

It's the people that are now susceptible instead.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
No, not true at all. It was pneumonia from wearing face panties.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80225484


Also, massive overdosing with the new-at-the-time, aspirin, by Bayer.

Like, multiple grams of the stuff, every few hours.

That will fuck a person right up.

pennywise
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I've read that as well. Bayer's patent expired and any company could make it. They put the safe limit as 30 GRAMS A DAY!!! Today it's 3 or 4 I believe. Many died from aspirin overdose. Another wonderful idea by doctors swept under the rug.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
I think its spoken about in this doc. The older generations had already been exposed to the H1N1 strain and had some immunity to it, where as the young did not.


 Quoting: Fhirinne


why would the young not get it from their mothers antibodies. makes no sense whatsoever.

we can even get immunity from covid with antibodies produced in raw cows milk.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Spanish Flu disappeared becos it never existed

They staged a fake epidemic--becos the soldiers returning from WW1 were demanding better standard of living

They fought a bloody war & returned to shabby housing--joblessness--while the Rich flaunted their wealth

They started forming unions--so the Rulers had to stage an epidemic--to distract the public--worrying about their health--instead of joblessness

Same as is happening now

But the War veterans continued to fight for their rights---they were even forced to camp outside the WH to get their promised war bonus

Which the Govt had delayed until 1945---but the jobless men couldnt wait 20 yrs--until finally fed up 20,000 veterans set up a camp outside the WH

This day---89 yrs ago-- June 28 1932--the army moved in to remove the veterans by force
Led by MacArthur--his aide Eisenhower--& Major George S Patton

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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Or it wasn't a flu at all but rather a Rockefeller experiment? Video is 2:20 long.

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An earlier Gates experimental injection.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
It burned out because everyone got it
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
its kind of funny and sad at the same time when we realize a lot of the mass deaths have been because besides broken bones and shit, modern medicine is a disaster and has been for centuries..

and we are doing it again...some intentionally but most just too stupid to realize it doesn't work that way..

shooting yourself up with the thing you are trying to get rid of is retarded from the get go..
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Virus is natural culling.

3% deaths in Spanish flu, over 5 years. Which means we are just at the beginning of this Covid thing.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Even though it was 100 years ago it shows the media hasn't changed. They tried to cover it up, here's a tidbit from an article.

The Spanish Flu did not originate in Spain, though news coverage of it did. During World War I, Spain was a neutral country with a free media that covered the outbreak from the start, first reporting on it in Madrid in late May of 1918. Meanwhile, Allied countries and the Central Powers had wartime censors who covered up news of the flu to keep morale high. Because Spanish news sources were the only ones reporting on the flu, many believed it originated there (the Spanish, meanwhile, believed the virus came from France and called it the “French Flu.”)
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
The Freemasons were BY LONG up and running in 1918 so wouldn't surprise me if that one was staged and torn out of context as well.

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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Oh my! Thanks for the pin.

Some articles suggest it just got kinda amalgamated into 'regular' flu.

But I've also heard it said that new viruses do just get milder as the virus learns that if you kill the host then you kill yourself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Dr Awoc 80385315


The virus is a series of proteins, it's not alive. it does not think, it does not move on its own. it does not change or adapt.

it's simply a virus.

it's not a person, stop personifying it.

also, this is NOT a new virus, in any way at all.

It's the people that are now susceptible instead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75986194



I wasn't trying to personify it....it's more that actions have consequences. Describing a behaviour isn't the same as personifying.

Quantum mechanics...perhaps the virus can exist in place A and place B (human A and human B) simultaneously at the same time and learn from it's behaviour?
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Actually, as far as I know many died of aspirine overdose. Another thing is that the global population as a whole was malnourished and obviously in bad health due to the fact that this was RIGHT AFTER WWI. Historically, real plagues followed wars and this was a typical case,
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Who has the reference to that article “only the vaccinated died”...
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
yup, lasted just a year and a half like most 'pandemics' makes u wonder whats going on here cause it doesn't fit the bill like all previous.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Who has the reference to that article “only the vaccinated died”...
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
After doing so quick research on the media blackout of the flu I found this article. It's goes to show how hard they tried to bury it. This might be the first conspiracy theory in the media or at least on this kind of scale.


Paging through the Times, here are some of the stories a reader would have encountered before getting to the first article on the flu: John Barrymore won raves for his performance in Tolstoy’s The Living Corpse. Miss Katharine Every Morgan was married at her family’s Long Island country estate in Wheatley Hills. And in financial news, “The cotton market yesterday was dull and, to the bulls, disappointing.”

Only after trudging through the classifieds, on the final page of the paper, would a reader have arrived at a one-column headline, “Grip Now Sweeping Forty-Three States” and the subhead, “Drastic Steps Taken Throughout the Nation to Check on the Epidemic.”

Normally, if a headline includes words like “Drastic” and “Epidemic,” editors don’t hide the story on page 24.
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Re: Spanish Flu, killed 50 million between 1918-1920. Then disappeared.
Oh my! Thanks for the pin.

Some articles suggest it just got kinda amalgamated into 'regular' flu.

But I've also heard it said that new viruses do just get milder as the virus learns that if you kill the host then you kill yourself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Dr Awoc 80385315


The virus is a series of proteins, it's not alive. it does not think, it does not move on its own. it does not change or adapt.

it's simply a virus.

it's not a person, stop personifying it.

also, this is NOT a new virus, in any way at all.

It's the people that are now susceptible instead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75986194



One of the handful of people who understand this shit.

Viruses are genetic dirt. They don't even mutate. WE "mutate" them; our body picks them up, misidentifies what looks like instructions in the DNA-like molecules, and proceeds to execute the instructions. Telling the lungs to bleed, for example. Don't ask why, DO IT. Then the body metabolizes the virus, and often carelessly alters it. And unless the body realizes the error in telling the lungs to bleed, the body very likely ceases function.

Personally, I think viruses are Satan's creation. The creation of life isn't as easy as it looks. Unable to duplicate our Creator's magic, Satan came up with this complex protein idea, which can seriously disrupt life processes.





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