And that's no small feat. It's especially important when you consider the fact that the CDC, which is tasked with overseeing vaccine safety and efficacy, buys and sells $4 billion worth of vaccines a year. This is BUSINESS we're talking about, and in order to promote business, PR people cook up all sorts of schemes.
Pandemics, even if they don't pan out, are clever propaganda.
Also, the horror story of GERMS that can cause plagues anywhere in the world at the drop of a hat -- the ceaseless drumbeat of germs, germs, and more germs -- obscures all sorts of environmental causes of illness and death. For example, toxic chemicals produced by major and favored corporations.
"It's the virus" is the greatest cover story on planet Earth.
Don't forget that one.
Oh -- you want to know the official figures on SARS? 8,000 cases worldwide, 774 deaths, between 2002 and 2003. No cases on the record since 2004. By any standard, that's a DUD. But go ahead, read the official accounts and histories. See if you can find one clear admission that the whole thing was nonsense. Good luck.
Remember, it's not the pandemic that's important. It's the warning about the pandemic. That's what moves products off the shelves...