Mysterious deadly epidemics have begun to recur at the beginning of the 20th century, such as the Spanish flu, and continued in the 21st century, including swine flu, SARS, MERS, and others. These epidemics, as expected, would kill millions of people. However, not all of them were as deadly as expected.
2020 will go down in history as the beginning of the so-called COVID-19 pandemic. The epidemic began in January 2020 in China and quickly spread around the world. Let’s take a close look at some of these epidemics and their similarities and differences.
What Was the Spanish Flu of 1918?
The so-called “Spanish influenza” of 1918-1921 was the second deadliest pandemic after the Bubonic plague of the 1300s. The flu pandemic began in the United States military bases and spread by the American troupes sent to Europe during World War I and spread worldwide.
About 500 million people were infected around the world and more than an estimated 50 million were killed by the flu. The huge number of casualties had been explained by the lack of the socialized healthcare system and little understanding of viruses at the time.
The epidemic had several waves. The first wave began in early 1918. The new mutated strain caused a second, more deadly wave that began in early 1919. Suddenly, the virus disappeared, as it appeared. Oddly enough, the victims of the disease were mostly healthy young people.
What Caused the Spanish Flu?
According to official reports, doctors discovered the H1N1 virus at US military bases. However, doctors could not know that the Spanish flu was caused by a virus. The first virus in men was discovered only in 1933. Thus, the viral cause of the pandemic still remains mysterious and inexplicable.
To combat an unknown disease, doctors prescribed aspirin up to 30 grams per day, which is now known as a toxic dose. Symptoms of aspirin poisoning include hyperventilation and pulmonary edema or fluid accumulation in the lungs. Thus, it is possible that many deaths were caused by aspirin poisoning.
The Spanish Flu Vaccine
Today, the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918-21 has been explained by the lack of vaccines against the flu. However, numerous documents indicate that the pandemic was caused by vaccines. Documented vaccination records can explain these mysterious facts.
Vaccination became mandatory in 1911, and recruited soldiers received 14-25 shots. Mandatory vaccination led to devastating symptoms and death among military troupes, which was thought to be caused by a flu pandemic.
This disease had symptoms of all the diseases that people were vaccinated with, such as typhoid, plaque, cholera, etc. According to the source, deaths were caused by severe poisoning from a conglomerate of various vaccines. Many were paralyzed as a result of the overall effect of vaccine poisoning.
Moreover, documentary records showed that the flu killed only the vaccinated people, and those who refused the vaccine escaped the flu. Indeed, vaccinated soldiers were affected seven times more than unvaccinated civilians.
US Army records indicate that seven soldiers fell dead after vaccination. In addition, the report stated, “63 deaths and 28,585 cases of hepatitis as a direct result of fever vaccination during only six months of the war.”
In a Petition to the President to Abolish Compulsory Vaccination in Army and Navy in 1920, Chas M. Higgins wrote: “that there have been more deaths from vaccination than from smallpox in every year for the past fifteen years in the City and State of New York”.
He emphasized that vaccination is dangerous and can “kill in from ten to fifteen minutes, after injection of the serum, by what is known as “serum sickness which is a kind of rapid blood and nerve poisoning affecting vital nerve centers, to which some persons are very susceptible”.
“In other fatal cases, where the poisoning action is slower, death finally occurs from lockjaw, paralysis, meningitis, or pneumonia, which are frequent results of vaccination”.
The Spanish Flu Symptoms
The disease initially looked like seasonal flu, and then secondary complications such as pneumonia developed. The victims developed symptoms within hours or days.
According to Eleonora I. McBean, Ph.D., N.D.,”The new disease they had created had symptoms of all the diseases they had injected into the man. There was a high fever, extreme weakness, abdominal rash, and intestinal disturbance characteristic of typhoid. The diphtheria vaccine caused lung congestion, chills and fever, swollen, sore throat clogged with the false membrane, and the choking suffocation because of difficulty in breathing followed by gasping and death, after which the body turned black from stagnant blood that had been deprived of oxygen in the suffocation stages” (In the book Swine Flu Exposed, Chapter 2 The Spanish Influenza Epidemic of 1918 was caused by vaccinations).
COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu Similarities
The COVID-19 pandemic began in January 2020 in Wuhan in China. The origin of the pandemic virus is still uncertain. According to official data, COVID-19 was transferred to a human from a bat. However, many scientists, including the French virologist Luc Montagnier, who received the Nobel Prize in medicine in 2008 for his work on the HIV virus, stated the coronavirus was made in a laboratory.
Other infectious diseases caused by coronaviruses were the 2003 SARS (for severe acute respiratory syndrome) which caused 812 deaths, and the 2012 MERS (for the Middle East respiratory acute syndrome) which killed 866 people. In both cases, the main symptoms were fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
Some symptoms of the COVID-19, such as the lack of oxygen are surprisingly similar to symptoms of Spanish flu. Most of the victims developed secondary complications such as pneumonia, which was fatal for victims with a weakened immune system.
Read next: Is a Coronavirus Pandemic a Hoax?
Quarantine, masks, and other measures
During the so-called Spanish flu, measures were taken to prevent the spread of infection, such as quarantine, personal hygiene, and the closure of schools, churches, and other public places. The same measures have been taken worldwide to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Was this a scientifically sound decision? No, there was no scientific basis for this decision. Sweden was the only country that adopted a science-based strategy developed by a scientific committee in which the lockdown of the country was unnecessary.
To date, enough experimental data and patient data have been accumulated to understand the disease. Many doctors, scientists, and others express the truth about the incorrect diagnosis, testing, and treatment of the disease.
The information provided by authoritative organizations, including the CDC, about diagnostics, tests, treatment, and protection changes every time. Now CDC writes on its website: “If you test positive:
- A positive test results show you might have antibodies from infection with the virus that causes COVID-19.
- Having antibodies to the virus that causes COVID-19 might provide protection from getting infected with the virus again.”
In fact, this could mean that a positive test is actually a good result because people have developed immunity against this disease.
Since March 2020, most countries of the world have been in lockdown, businesses, schools, and other public places closed. The COVID-19 pandemic did not go smoothly, as had been expected. Millions of people have awakened and are seeking the truth.
If you have your own opinion or suggestions on this issue, please share them below.