January 2010


Dear Friend of Radio Liberty,

This letter addresses two issues:

(1) What is the significance of the H1N1 epidemic?
(2) Why is the U.S. fighting in Afghanistan today?

What is the significance of the H1N1 epidemic?

The H1N1 pandemic is over. Millions of people have been injured, and we must understand what happened if we want to avoid a similar incident.

The charade began in April 2009, when the World Health Organization announced there was an outbreak of a deadly new disease in Mexico. The WHO said 145 people died, and the illness could kill millions more if it wasn't stopped. Several weeks later, when a blood test was available, the Mexican health authorities examined the blood specimens of the people who died, and discovered most of them didn't die from the new disease, but the WHO, and the media, suppressed that information.

When the CDC isolated the virus, they found it was a variant of the H1N1 virus that caused the "swine flu epidemic" that killed one person in 1976, but that didn't stop the charade. The CDC prepared a "seed vaccine," gave the drug manufacturers almost $1 billion to produce a vaccine, negotiated an agreement to pay the manufacturers $7-8 billion when the vaccine was delivered, and gave the companies immunity from prosecution if their vaccine injured or killed people.

I suggest you re-read the preceding FATAL DECEPTION letters that describe what happened.

Was the CDC's concern about the danger of the new disease justified? No! They studied the course of the epidemic when it appeared in Australia and New Zealand during the summer months (their winter) and discovered the disease wasn't as contagious as the seasonal flu that sweeps across our nation every winter, and was seldom fatal, but that didn't stop the charade.

The World Health Organization (WHO), the United States Public Health Service (USPHS), and the CDC, launched a propaganda campaign that was designed to frighten the public, and convince them the new illness could be a repetition of the Spanish flu that killed 100 million people in 1918 . . . (despite the fact that only 20 million died at that time).

In May 2009, the WHO declared H1N1 was a Phase 4 pandemic, and on June 11, 2009, the WHO announced H1N1 was a Phase 6 pandemic that could mutate, and kill millions of people.

The following month, in July 2009, the WHO told public health officials throughout the world to stop testing for H1N1 disease, and later that month the CDC gave similar instructions to the State public health departments. Why did the CDC tell State officials to curtail testing for H1N1 infection? The CDC claimed there was no need for testing because 98% of the new cases were caused by H1N1, but that wasn't true. How do we know that wasn't true? A CBS reporter named Sharyl Attkisson submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the CDC, and discovered:

In Florida - 17% of the flu cases were due to H1N1 disease.
In California - 2% of the flu cases were due to H1N1 disease.
In Alaska - 1% of the flu cases were due to H1N1 disease.
In Georgia - 2% of the flu cases were due to H1N1 disease. [1]

As a result, I can assure you that almost everything the CDC has said about the danger and incidence of the H1N1 epidemic has been a deception.

The initial supply of H1N1 vaccine was supposed to arrive in September, but there were technical difficulties. The vaccine wasn't available until after the epidemic peaked in mid-October, and almost 57 million people had permanent immunity to the disease, [2] but that didn't deter the CDC. They wanted to administer the H1N1 vaccine to millions of people, so they recommended pregnant women take a shot of H1N1 vaccine and a shot of seasonal flu vaccine despite the fact the vaccine manufacturers said their product hadn't been tested in pregnant animals, and scientific studies demonstrate vaccination during pregnancy increases the incidence of schizophrenia and autism. [3]

The CDC also recommended 6-month-old infants receive two shots of the H1N1 vaccine and 2 shots of seasonal flu vaccine to "prime their immune system" . . . but . . . since most of the shots contained thimerosal, the infants that took the shots received 50 mcgms of mercury which is almost 100 times the quantity the EPA considers safe. [4]

The U.S. government spent $700 million for a squalene adjuvant they wanted to add to the H1N1 vaccine . . . but didn't use it because they feared the public would discover the danger of the product, and decline the injections. [5]

Tragically, the vaccine that was administered in Europe contained squalene, so there may be millions of cases of autoimmune disease in that region in the years that lie ahead. [6]

The CDC assured the public there were no serious complications associated with the use of the vaccine, but . . . when Judicial Watch submitted a FOIA requesting a list of the complications that had been reported . . . they discovered the CDC received 1,112 VAERS reports (adverse reports) between October 1, 2009, and November 4, 2009. The CDC considered 38 of the reports "serious," and since the VAERS reporting system identifies only 1 to 10% of the adverse reactions, there were probably between 380 and 3,800 serious adverse reactions to the H1N1 vaccine in the U.S. during that time period. In addition, hundreds of miscarriages, deaths, and adverse reactions have been reported in other nations. [7]

The H1N1 epidemic ended in December 2009, so we can analyze what happened. The First World nations ordered millions of doses of H1N1 vaccine, but the epidemic peaked in mid-October before the vaccine arrived, and by the time the vaccine was readily available, most people didn't want to take it. At that point the First World nations tried to sell, or give their vaccine to Third World nations, but the First World nations demanded letters that exempted them from liability if there were complications associated with the use of the vaccine. [8]

The New York Times published an article (on February 2, 2010) that describes what happened:

"Although 190 million doses (of H1N1 Vaccine-ed) have been pledged to the W.H.O., it is not ready to use them. So rich countries are frantically trying to cancel orders.

The surplus built up because they put in orders when it was assumed that two doses would be needed to provide protection. For most people, only one was. Also, as the virus proved less lethal, many countries lost interest.

France, for example, ordered 94 million doses for its 65 million people. At first, there was deep skepticism; 80 percent of French residents polled said they would refuse. But after a few deaths were reported, such huge lines formed that, in Lyon, the riot police were called. Then interest faded; France has been trying to sell 50 million doses. . . .

In Britain, government experts predicted 65,000 deaths, then revised that to 1000; fewer than 400 died. The government is renegotiating contracts for 90 million doses." [9]

Since Great Britain has a population of approximately 61 million people, the H1N1 death rate was approximately 0.6/100,000 which is slightly less than the death rate in the United States. The New York Times article continued:

"The great exception is Poland, the only Western country known to have rejected swine flu vaccine and to have spent nothing to stop the pandemic, . . . Poland had fewer than 150 confirmed deaths, and the government's decision proved very popular." [10]

Since Poland has a population of 38 million people, their death rate was approximately 0.4/100,000. In another publication we learn that Dr. Ewa Kopacz, the Polish Minister of Public Health . . .:

". . . told Parliament that as a qualified family doctor with more than 20 years of ex- perience, she would not authorize the use of vaccines with inadequate safety testing on millions of people in Poland. . . . And if (the vaccine) is so miraculous, then why don't the manufacturers want to introduce their medicine to the free market and take responsibility for it?" [11]

Dr. Kopacz was referring to the fact that the vaccine manufacturers wouldn't produce the H1N1 vaccine unless they were granted immunity from prosecution because they feared it would produce complications. The New York Times article continued:

"The United States has contracts to buy 251 million doses from five companies . . . . Although critics have called that wasteful, since only about 62 million doses have been given, federal health officials are gambling that it is better to have a surplus in case a third wave emerges." [12]

How many people contracted H1N1 disease in the U.S., and how many people died? The CDC claims 57 million people were infected, and almost 12 thousand people died . . . but . . . as with almost everything else the public has been told, that isn't true. How do I know? I visited the CDC in 1989, and talked to several high-ranking CDC officials who lied to me about their effort to control the spread of AIDS, and I believe the same thing is taking place today. [13] If you access,


you will find the actual death rate for H1N1 disease (in blacks and whites) was less than 0.8 /100,000, and, if that is true, the U.S. (with a population of 309 million people) had less than 2,500 deaths from H1N1 disease at the time the statistics were compiled on December 18, 2009. [14] Furthermore, since the CDC admits that two-thirds of the people who died had other serious medical conditions, the chance of a healthy person dying from H1N1 infection was less than one in 350,000, and that is trivial if you compare it with the other causes of death in the United States.

According to the Web site, www://justyouraveragejoggler.com/struck-by-lightening-and-other-odds-of-dying, your chance of dying from -

Heart disease is 1 in 5.
Cancer is 1 in 7.
Stroke is 1 in 23.
Accidental injury is 1 in 36.
A car accident is 1 in 100.
Suicide is 1 in 121.
Falling down is 1 in 246.
Firearms is 1 in 325.
Fire is 1 in 1116.
A natural force like heat, cold or storms is 1 in 3557.
Electrocution is 1 in 5000.
Drowning is 1 in 8942.
An air accident is 1 in 20000.
A tornado is 1 in 60000.
Being struck by lightning is 1 in 83930. [15]

Why did the USPHS and the CDC deceive the American people about the danger of H1N1 infection? Many people believe the vaccine companies paid high-ranking government officials to "create" the epidemic because they wanted to make money, and I am certain that is true because the manufacturers received $30-40 billion for their vaccines, but, as I stated in my previous letters, I believe the primary motivation behind the effort was population control because the mercury content of the H1N1 vaccine destroyed the reproductive capacity of millions of people, and many of their offspring won't be able to reproduce. [16]

On the other hand, the situation could have been worse. Despite the massive propaganda campaign, less than 25% of the population took the vaccine, so most people weren't harmed.

We must continue telling the truth, and pray that people heed our warning.

Why is the United States fighting in Afghanistan today?

President Obama claims he is sending an additional 30,000 troops to Afghanistan to fight terrorism, but that isn't true.

I open most of my radio programs with a statement that Congressman Larry McDonald made shortly before he boarded Korean Flight 007, and vanished. Larry McDonald stated:

"Reality is usually scoffed at, illusion is usually king, but in the battle for the survival of Christian (Western) civilization, it will be reality - not illusion or delusion, that will determine what the future will bring."

The U.S. has 60,000 U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan, 30,000 additional troops are on the way, and the U.S. employs 104,000 contract agents in Afghanistan, so the U.S. will have almost 200,000 people in Afghanistan when the reinforcements arrive. Why is the U.S. fighting in Afghanistan, and who are we fighting?

Steve Kroft asked that question when he interviewed President Obama in the Map Room at the White House on December 7, 2009. The following is taken from an article by Lynn Sweet of the Sun Times on the interview.

Steve Kroft stated:

"Most Americans right now don't believe this war (in Afghanistan-ed) is worth fighting."

President Obama responded:


Steve Kroft:

"Why did you go ahead?"

President Obama:

"Because I think it's the right thing to do, And that's my job. If I was worried about what polled well - there are a whole bunch of things we wouldn't have done this year." [17]

Several minutes later Steve Kroft asked:

"The - the main reason we're doing this is Al Qaeda. Why send 30,000 troops to Afghanistan, because according to your government's own estimates, there may be fewer than 100 al Qaeda fighters in - in Afghanistan. That the rest are in Pakistan and the tribal territories."

President Obama replied:

"What you have here between the borders of Afghanistan and Pakistan is the epicenter of violent extremism directed against the West and directed against the United States. This (is) the heart of it. This is where Bin Laden is. This is where - its allies are. It's from here that you see attacks launched not just against the United States, but against London, against - Bali, against a whole host of countries."

Steve Kroft:

"And half of this territory is in Afghanistan - "

President Obama:

"Half - half of this territory is in Afghanistan, half of it is in Pakistan. Ultimately, in order for us to eradicate the problem, to really go after al Qaeda, in an effective way, we are going to need more - cooperation from Pakistan. There is no doubt about that." [18]

Does the U.S. actually need 90,000 American troops and 104,000 U.S. contractors to fight the 100 members of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan? Is that logical?

Congressman Ron Paul pointed out the absurdity of the situation when he addressed Congress on December 10, 2009, and stated:

"I have serious concerns, however, about the president's decision to add some 30,000 troops and an as yet undisclosed number of civilian personnel to escalate our Afghan operation. . . .

Nevertheless, the President's National Security Advisor, Gen. James Jones, USMC (Ret), said in a recent interview that less than 100 al Qaeda remain in Afghanistan and that the chance they would reconstitute a significant presence there was slim. Are we to believe that 30,000 more troops are needed to defeat 100 al-Qaeda fighters? I fear that there will be increasing pressure for the U.S. to invade Pakistan, to where many Taliban and al-Qaeda have escaped. Already CIA drone attacks on Pakistan have destabilized that country and have killed scores of innocents, producing strong anti-American feelings and calls for revenge. I do not see how that contributes to our national security." [19]

CBS News, ABC News, the Huffington Post, The New American, and several other Internet sites posted articles that confirm the fact that there are less than 100 members of al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, and according to CBS News, there are only about 300 members of al-Qaeda in Pakistan; (20)

"Although the war in Afghanistan began as a response to al-Qaeda terrorism, there are perhaps fewer that 100 members of the group left in the country, according to a senior U.S military intelligence official in Kabul who spoke on the condition of anonymity. . . . The official estimated that there are 300 al-Qaeda members in the tribal areas of Pakistan where the group is based. . . ." [21]

Why is the U.S. fighting in Afghanistan today? Is the Brotherhood of Darkness concerned about the danger posed by Osama bin Laden? No! If you access your search engine you will find over 8 million sites that mention the fact that Osama bin Laden is dead, but the Brotherhood of Darkness has concealed the information from the American people.

Who finances al-Qaeda and the Taliban? The U.S. government finances Pakistan's government, Pakistan's government finances the ISI (Pakistani intelligence), and the ISI finances al-Qaeda and the Taliban. [22] A similar situation existed 40 years ago in Vietnam where the U.S. government financed the Russians, the Russians financed the North Vietnamese government, and the North Vietnamese government financed the Viet Cong force that was killing American soldiers in South Vietnam. [23]

If that is true, why is the U.S. fighting in Afghanistan today? There are several reasons.

1. The war is a diversion that distracts attention from the BOD's effort to destroy the American economy and impoverish the American people.

2. The war is being fought to protect the opium crop, and maintain the CIA's drug trade.

3. The oil companies want to build a pipeline across Afghanistan, but can't begin until there is a stable government in that country.

There is an element of truth to each of the explanations, but I suspect the major reason for the current war in Afghanistan is the fact that the BOD is preparing to go to war with Iran, and they will use the death of thousands of American soldiers to unite the public behind the Obama administration. I hope I am wrong.

Can we prevent the conflict? No, but we can point out the danger, and urge our families and friends to prepare for the difficult times that lie ahead because

"Though the cause of evil prosper, Yet 'tis truth alone is strong; Though her portion be the scaffold, And upon the throne be wrong, Yet that scaffold sways the future, And, behind the dim unknown, Standeth God within the shadow, Keeping watch above his own." [24]

Barbara and I appreciate your generous support and your faithful prayers.

Yours in Christ,

Stanley Monteith


1. www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/10/21/cbsnews_investigates/main5404829.shtml
2. http://theusnewsdot.com/h1n1-infection-number-of-swine-flu-cases-in-the-u-s-reaches-57-...
3. sanofi pasteur package insert, Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent vaccine.
4. http://public-healthcare-issues.suite101.com/article.cfm/unsafe_mercury_levels_in_the_ sw...
5. http://theflucase.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2016%3Ais the-u...
6. http://1phil4everyill.wordpress.com/2009/10/22/proof-that-european-h1n1-vaccines-contai...
7. www.judicialwatch.org/foiablog/2009/nov/over-1000-adverse-reactions-h1n1-vaccin...
8. Donald McNeil,Jr. Transfers of Surplus Swine Flu Vaccine Are Going Slowly to Countries That Need It, The New York Times, February 2, 2010, p. A11.
9. Ibid.
10. Ibid.
11. www.examiner.com/x-26390-Fort-Worth-Kids-Nutrition-Exercise--Examiner~y201...
12. Donald McNeil, op. cit.
13. Stanley Monteith, M.D., AIDS:The Unnecesary Epidemic, Covenant House, 1991, pp. 328-9.
14. www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/statelocal/h1n1_deaths.htm
15. http://justyouraveragejoggler.com/struck-by-lightning-and-other-odds-of-dying/
16. Dr. David Ayoub, CD-Rom and DVD: Mercury, Autism, and the Global Vaccine Agenda, Available through Radio Liberty.
17. http://blogs.suntimes.com/sweet/2009/12/obama_on_cbs__60_minutes_talks.html
18. Ibid.
19. www.campaignforliberty.com/article.php?view=435
20. www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/11/11/politics/washingtonpost/main5613564.shtml
21. www.cbsnews.com op. cit.
22. www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/pakistan/5065274/Pakistan-intelligence-...
23. Antony Sutton, DVD - The Best Enemies Money Can Buy, Available through Radio Liberty: See Also: Antony Sutton, The Best Enemy Money Can Buy, Liberty House, 1986.
24. Charles Johnson, "Once to Every Man and Nation," One Hundred & One Famous Hymns, Hallberg Publishing Corporation, 1982.

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