Influenza is most commonly prevented and treated with activated charcoal or food grade diatomaceous earth. This is because it suppresses the bacteria that harbor influenza in the gut, primary gram negative bacteria with LPS.

Fauci "father of death" himself revealed people in the 1918 spanish flu themselves died of bacterial pneumonia: pneumococcus, streptococcus, and staphylococcus[1].

So the goal is use coronavirus to get everyone masking for 4 years and increasing bacteria in the lungs [2] (possibly anaerobic [3]) then in 2024 release the new spanish flu to decimate the population. The trick here is that people can't know it is the flu because scientists already know about bacterial pneumonia. The flu will be disguised as "just another more deadly covid variant, perhaps tau [4].

The next flu pandemic, which will show up after covid ends near the end of 2021, will likely be a new strain so human immunity will be low and gain of function research will be done to infect humans well. Also it will be declared a new variant (ie: not H1N1 or H3N2) so that patents can be enforced, and cross-reactivity of PCR testing will insure all flu is declared the pandemic strain to boost numbers.

Major types

There are 4 types of influenza viruses A,B,C, and D [5]. Influenza A and B are predominant strains, Influenza C is rarer but can be severe [6]. Influenza D has no known human cases [7].

One scientist came forward testing COVID positive human samples, no COVID was found but mostly Influenza A and some Influenza B was found instead [8].


Two type A strains - One H1N1, One H3N2 - and two Type B strains are included in each year's influenza vaccine [9].


Potential future pandemic strain [10]


The predicted pandemic strain by Dr. Creep in 2013 [11].


Glaxosmithkline, while lagging in the coronavirus vaccine area [12], seems poised for an influenza vaccine [13]

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2020 flu season magically didn't exist, everything was classified as covid. They never test for the flu [20].

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