7 reasons to skip the swine flu vaccine
(and what to do if you’re FORCED to roll up your sleeves)
If you don’t know what to believe when it comes to the swine flu, you’re not alone. Hardly a day goes by without someone asking me to give them the scoop on the vaccine that the government is trying to convince everyone to take. They’ve heard so many different stories from so many different sources that they don’t know who to believe.
I’ll tell you what I’ve told all of them:
Swine flu is a sham—and so is the vaccine
The list of reasons not to get inoculated is a mile long, but the seven reasons I’ve listed here should tell you all you need to know to make your decision.
1. Swine flu dangers have been blown out of proportion.
Between March and August of this year, the swine flu killed between 500 and 600 people. That might sound like a lot, until you realize that the regular seasonal flu typically claims 60 times more than that every year.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, 36,000 people die from the flu every year—but even that number can’t be taken at face value. As it turns out, pneumonia victims are lumped in with the number of flu deaths—and most of the people who die from the flu already have compromised immune systems, autoimmune diseases, or other health problems.
Of course, facts like these are conveniently omitted from news sources that are funded by drug company advertising.
2. Flu vaccines are worthless.
Year after year, the strain of flu in the vaccines has not matched the strain of flu in circulation. Which means—you guessed it—the vaccine is completely worthless. But it gets worse.
Health authorities have now decided that a single inoculation—the amount they’ve been giving people for years—doesn’t produce sufficient antibodies to protect against the flu. So this year, lucky for you, authorities have decided they need to administer two seasonal flu inoculations AND two swine flu inoculations in order to cover their bases (and their corporate butts).
Kids these days already have enough needles jabbed in them that they look like pint-sized junkies. The average American child has at least 29 vaccines injected into his body by the time he turns two. It’s too soon to know the full consequences of subjecting these children to tiny amounts of so many different diseases—but it can’t be good.
Even veterinarians have stopped giving dogs so many shots because of the side effects the animals have experienced.
Overdoing it on vaccines can have the same consequences as loading up on too many antibiotics: It can cause viruses to mutate into strains that are far more deadly.
3. The swine flu vaccine contains potentially deadly additives.
The drug companies like to keep this as hush hush as possible, but all of their vaccines include dangerous additives (called adjuvants) that they use in order to stretch the vaccine supply. These substances allow the manufacturers to dilute the vaccine in order to make it go further. The adjuvants work to turbo charge your immune system’s response by boosting the production of antibodies. Problem is, they can also trigger an immune response that doesn’t go away with time.
Some of these adjuvants include mercury, aluminum, and squalene. Remember, mercury is the toxin many people believe to be the root cause of the link between vaccinations and autism and neurological disorders.
Squalene is even worse. In 2000, the American Journal of Pathology published a study showing that when rats were injected with squalene, it triggered chronic joint inflammation—what you and I typically call rheumatoid arthritis. Some also believe that squalene is to blame for Gulf War Syndrome, and is the cause of the rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, and other autoimmune problems many of these soldiers face.
4. The vaccine has never been tested.
Sure, a version of it has been tested… but without the specific virus strain that’s actually going to be used in the vaccine. In reality, the FDA isn’t approving the vaccine that you’re getting shot into your body—it’s approving the manufacturing method for that vaccine. If that doesn’t make you think twice, I don’t know what will.
In addition to that, the studies that were done were too small and too short to discover potential side effects. And to seal the deal, the scientists didn’t even bother to track them.
5. The vaccine manufacturers are not liable for any vaccine-related illnesses or death.
The government, in its infinite wisdom, has granted the manufacturers immunity (note the irony) from any potential side effects caused by the vaccine. No wonder the drug companies are rushing the vaccine through the “safety-testing” process. What do they care if a few hundred or a few thousand people die?
They’ve already pocketed billions of dollars from this bogus pandemic scare. The swine flu is the rainbow that’s going to lead them straight to that pot of gold.
6. Healthcare workers are refusing to get the swine flu vaccine.
In parts of the U.S., some healthcare workers would rather lose their job than get jabbed with this poorly tested vaccine. There’s a similar revolt going on in Hong Kong, where half of the health workers have refused to get the so-called solution to this non-existent pandemic.
They’d rather take their chances with the swine flu—and so would I.
7. The previous swine flu vaccine was linked to hundreds of deaths.
If all of this swine flu talk gives you the feeling of déjà vu, you’re not alone. It was just 33 years ago that a similar swine flu scare sent the nation into a panic and had millions of people standing in line to get vaccinated.
Yet you don’t hear a peep about this from the government—or from your local news source. In fact, the government would probably like for you to forget that it ever happened. That’s because the mass vaccination program was a monumental disaster.
Even though there were NO CONFIRMED cases of swine flu around the world, the government propaganda machine went into overdrive, warning American citizens to protect themselves against this potential pandemic, and pointing to the swine flu of 1918 and 1919, which led to over 500,000 deaths in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control devised a swine flu program and managed to convince 46 million people to get the shot.
Nearly 4,000 of those people reported suffering from neurological damage from this rushed vaccine. Most suffered from Guillain Barre syndrome (GBS), which typically includes some level of paralysis. Three hundred of the people who developed GBS died.
Now, in an eerily similar replay of the past, the government is pouring millions of dollars into an experimental swine flu vaccine. It is footing the bill for the vaccine, and has taken it upon itself to push it in the school systems and to the rest of us through TV and billboard advertisements.
What to do if the swine flu becomes mandatory
I wish I could tell you that avoiding this dangerous, untested vaccine was as simple as deciding not to get it. But that’s not the case. Already in places like New York, health care workers are being told to get vaccinated, or get fired. Many school systems are also refusing to allow children to come to school unless they’ve received the vaccine.
Like it or not, we’re just a handful of swine flu cases away from a nationwide, forced vaccination program. Thanks to the Emergency Medical Powers Act and other federal legislation, our government can force every U.S. citizen to receive the vaccine. If you have the nerve to refuse to allow yourself and your family to be injected with this untested live virus, the government can quarantine you indefinitely and will consider you a felon. The U.S. army will have the authority to relocate recalcitrant flu resisters.
If it comes to that (and God help us if it does), there are a few steps you can take to protect yourself against potential side effects from the shot:
1. Get plenty of flavonoids. They work to suppress a long-term immune reaction. You can get them from green tea and ginkgo. And if you really want a boost, take a supplement that contains curcumin, quercetin, ferulic acid, and ellagic acid.
2. Take fish oil an hour or so before your injection in order to limit the amount of brain inflammation.
3. Load up on vitamins C, E, and D. All are powerful anti-inflammatories.
4. Put an icepack on the injection site immediately after you receive the vaccine in order to boost your immune reaction.