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World Health Organization quietly changed qualification of term in case of 'swine flu'

How U.N. redefined 'pandemic' to heighten alarm over H1N1: Evidence reveals the agency may have made it easier to classify the flu outbreak as a pandemic by changing its definition to omit "enormous numbers of deaths and illness" just prior to making its declaration.

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Comment by Ed Price
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I would expect that, on a regular basis as needed politically, symptoms for certain diseases are changed in the books. What this means is that several little-known, deadly diseases are now lumped together under the name of a formerly non-deadly disease, just so that there is now more political reason to declare a national or world emergency. And it is done by manipulating wording in the books and diagnosis paperwork. All this is done, of course, to further world domination.

Look at the old medical books and see how many diseases have been renamed over the years. It was done (they say) because more research proved by new research that the old understandings were wrong. And, this is true some of the time. But other of the time it is all a manipulation of words, and a lie, simply for the furthering of political control.

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