lundi 9 novembre 2009

Pour le journal Libération, la France est le seul pays à être réticent à la vaccination... En Californie la vaccination fait un bide

Un article mensonger du journal Libération , affirme que la France est le seul pays à avoir des réticences sur le vaccin: "En Europe, la France fait figure d’exception. Dans d’autres pays, comme en Suède, en Allemagne, en Grande Bretagne, et bien sûr aux Etats-Unis, il y a beaucoup moins de réticences à se faire vacciner. Et si inquiétude il y a, elle se cristallise plutôt sur un manque de doses de vaccin. En France, on se méfie. L’air du temps est chargé d’une défiance revendiquée face à tout ce qui vient d’en haut. Que va-t-il se passer, alors que l’épidémie risque de s’accentuer fortement dans les jours à venir ? Les doutes vont-ils peu à peu disparaître avec la progression du virus ? C’est la grande inconnue." Le fidèle relai de propagande des multinationales de l'industrie pharmaceutique qu'est le journal Libération gagnerait à lire le Los Angeles Times de ce 6 novembre. On peut y lire la chose suivante: "Un nouveau sondage confirme que l'administration Obama et les fonctionnaires fédéraux de la santé ont échoué à convaincre les Américains - du moins ceux de l'Etat le plus peuplé qu'est la Californie - de la gravité de la grippe porcine pandémique H1N1.[...] Seulement 5% ont déclaré s'être fait vacciné et 52 % envisagent de ne pas se faire vacciner."

Laurent Joffrin dans un éditorial méprisant et hautain enfonce le clou:"La plupart des choses que l’on peut lire contre le vaccin antigrippe A, sur Internet notamment, sont en effet sottes ou irresponsables." Dans son éditorial "logique" les internautes protestataires sont renvoyé à l'irrationnel et à l'"obscurantisme". Pas un mot sur les vertus salvatrices du doute... tous les vaccins sont bons à prendre! Pourtant en France 90% des personnels médicaux ne se sont pas faits vacciner. Sont ils tous des "obscurantistes"?



What H1N1 swine flu? Majority of Californians intend to ignore the late vaccine: Times/USC poll
November 6, 2009 | 5:14 pm http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2009/11/la-times-poll-h1n1-swine-flu-vaccine.html


A new poll confirms that the Obama administration and federal health officials have failed to convince Americans -- at least those in the most populous state of California -- of the seriousness of a H1N1 swine flu pandemic.

A majority of those registered voters polled by a new survey team involving The Times and the University of Southern California said they believed the new, delayed vaccine was safe.

But a majority also said they had no intention of getting it.

The findings come from a new Los Angeles Times/University of Southern California College of Letters, Arts & Sciences Poll. The survey, which interviewed 1,500 registered voters from Oct. 27 through Nov. 3, was conducted for The Times and USC by two nationally prominent polling firms, the Democratic firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and the Republican firm Public Opinion Strategies.

Today's results have a margin of error of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.

Only 5% of those polled said they had already been vaccinated. Of the rest, 52% said they didn't plan to get vaccinated. Of the 40% who said they wanted the vaccine, 12% said they already had attempted to find it but couldn't.



A new poll confirms that the Obama administration and federal health officials have failed to convince Americans -- at least those in the most populous state of California -- of the seriousness of a H1N1 swine flu pandemic.

A majority of those registered voters polled by a new survey team involving The Times and the University of Southern California said they believed the new, delayed vaccine was safe.

But a majority also said they had no intention of getting it.

The findings come from a new Los Angeles Times/University of Southern California College of Letters, Arts & Sciences Poll. The survey, which interviewed 1,500 registered voters from Oct. 27 through Nov. 3, was conducted for The Times and USC by two nationally prominent polling firms, the Democratic firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and the Republican firm Public Opinion Strategies.

Today's results have a margin of error of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.

Only 5% of those polled said they had already been vaccinated. Of the rest, 52% said they didn't plan to get vaccinated. Of the 40% who said they wanted the vaccine, 12% said they already had attempted to find it but couldn't.

Of those polled, 70% said they think the H1N1 vaccine is safe for most people, and only 17% said there was a strong chance the vaccine is unsafe.

Last month the Obama administration declared a national emergency over the H1N1 pandemic, as The Ticket reported here. But the government program has come under fire for long delays in deliveries of the vaccine.

Rep. Ron Paul has even called the federal program a "total failure." Obama officials, who are overseeing the vaccine distribution, have blamed the delays on manufacturers.

A previous national poll, as The Ticket reported here, found a large majority of Americans also intended to skip the recommended medical action.

-- Andrew Malcolm

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