This is the kind of shit that third-rate hack writers dream up, not terrorists. Guess what the Worldnut Daily's made up of?
Larry Klayman and the Worldnutdaily are a perfect match. If Michelle Bachmann is the prom queen at Wingnuttia High School, Klayman is her king. His latest bit of lunacy is in claiming that the outbreak of swine flu is an act of biological warfare. And the Worldnutdaily calls him an "anti-terrorism expert." No, seriously.With 40 confirmed cases of swine flu in the U.S., an anti-terrorism expert is questioning whether the outbreak is an act of biological warfare.
Freedom Watch, a public interest watchdog, believes that there is a very good possibility that the precipitous outbreak of the virus in Mexico, which has now spread to the United States and other western countries, is not the result of happenstance - but terrorism.
Anti-terrorism expert? Klayman knows as much about anti-terrorism as I know about the art of Origami. He's a lawyer. A really bad lawyer who loves filing silly lawsuits. He's what Larry Fafarman would be if he could get the dosages right. And you're going to love his "evidence" that swine flu is spreading as an act of terrorism:"What could be more clever than planting the seed in neighboring Mexico and allowing it to spread to the United States?" Freedom Watch asked.
So's the HuffPo's "health" section. And the swine flu's got the woo-meisters swarming like starving cockroaches on a dropped dinner:
Take "Dr" Wegmann at that execrable waste of bytes, the Huffington Post. This guy can't even write a title without lying: 3 Sure-Fire Strategies to Prevent the Swine Flu.
Hey, fuck face: we don't know enough about this thing yet to use the hack phrase "sure-fire". Of course, that doesn't really matter to you, you lying sack of excrement-filled kishkes. The lies pour out of you like pus from a diabetic foot wound (but less bonum et laudum). You actually go on to recommend fucking glorified massage therapy to prevent the fucking flu! That's not even wrong! You reason that since chiropractic enhances the immune system (according to some dude--what, did you hear that at the bar?), that it is a "sure-fire" way to prevent the flu.
Now, ignoring (if that is humanly possible) the fact that rubbing someone's back cannot prevent an infectious disease, and ignoring the vacuously meaningless statement of "boosting immunity", even if we could "boost immunity", who's to say that's a good thing? One theory for why the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 killed so many young people and spared the very young and elderly (unlike the usual flu) is that their relatively more robust immune systems killed them by over-reacting.
I love watching PalMD beat the woo-meisters to death. It's awesome. And I'm sure plenty of beatings will follow.
Terrorist plots. Massage for swine flu. I can hardly wait to see what they come up with next.
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