Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009


On 24 July 2009 I said:

"Tamiflu causes some pretty unpleasant side effects (eg nausea) in around 10% of people who take it. The chances are that swine flu will be less unpleasant."

Well, stap my vitals, but several weeks later the World Health Organisation (WHO) have agreed, and said that healthy people with mild symptoms of swine flu should not be given Tamiflu.

Yet Nanny still insists on giving it to all and sundry.

For why?

Nanny believes that this will zeroise the risk of the symptoms worsening.

The trouble is that:

1 The side effects of Tamiflu, when treating a bog standard infection of Swine flu, can be worse than the flu.

2 The flu may well build up a resistance to Tamiflu if it over prescribed in this manner.

3 You can never zeroise risk, nor should you try to.

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  1. The Swine Fever Epidemic or Piglet Cold as I prefer to call it, was a Godsend for Nanny.....It took all the media focus away from the real issues, such as the mis-management of the economy, the lack of resourses for our troops and politician's fraudulent activities.

    I suspect that if one looks at the figures, there would be little difference between the actual infection figures for swine flu in this country and expected normal seasonal flu infections......Again, a frightened population is easy to control.

    I suspect someone has made a fortune out of the piglet cold scare.

  2. Dr Who the fxxxx are you looking at6:20 PM

    Interestingly, just picked my kids up from a party being held in an NHS local hospital social centre (the birthday boy's mum works there) great party for the kids but I could not help laughing as the smoking section was packed with desperately puffing nurses and doctors, all smothered in a fug of smoke that put me in mind of the scene back at school as we all puffed like mad on our illicit Players Number 6 in the school bog, while someone kept a watch out for the approach of one of the teachers - cane up sleeve to sort us out!

    Naturally, Nurse Nanny tut tuts at smoking anywhere on 'orpsital permisis but the nurses walking back to work stunk of fags - bloody hilarious really.

  3. microdave7:09 PM

    I think Ken is just looking for excuses to post that Nurse picture again...

    Of course if OUR practice nurse looked like her I would happily accept any amount of lecturing about my BMI etc.

  4. This apparent pandemic scares me like a piglet in a playpen. Actually, I personally can only remember having any kind of flu once in 58 years. I am unfortunately afflicted with an immune system which is maintained with friendly bacteria inc red wine and cigarettes. If I WAS unfortunate enough to get 'it', I would not TOUCH their generic drugs. I am sure some paracetemol & Tesco Value lager would be fine.

  5. Anonymous7:47 PM

    Don't Inject Me (the Swine Flu Vaccine Song) by the Health Ranger

    Music video of the song: Don't Inject Me (the Swine Flu Vaccine Song) by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, editor of This song was written in protest of the widespread swine flu vaccinations now being pushed around the world.

  6. I just wonder what else Nanny is adding to these 'vaccinations' - my first thought, of course, was nanomachines.

    It sounds very conspiracy-theorist I know, but the technology already exists and is out there, and we would never know should we get a lovely little injection of remote-controlled machines into our bloodstream...

  7. Anonymous12:57 AM

    Good point Tom: