Squalene is another additive used in vaccines that is a concern. Squalene was an additive in the vaccine given to Gulf War soldiers and is now known to be one of the causes of Gulf War Syndrome. Even the government, who approved the use of squalene in the vaccines, has admitted that it was one of the causes of the vets' illness.]
Thursday, October 8, 2009
So, I have been doing a lot of research for my NaNoWriMo story, Inoculation. I've been paying a lot of attention to how the media is treating this so-called "pandemic" and find it quite strange... and disturbing. Tomorrow I should be posting about two new characters I have been thinking of including... actually 3 if I consider it further. Though 1 of them may be a minor-ish character. Haha, not sure.
(Caution: I'm highly opinionated and this topic rubs me the wrong way. This is the whole reason I am choosing to write this story. If you disagree, I don't mind one bit but understand that there is a reason I feel this way.)
Notes: Vaccine contains mercury, formaldehyde, ether. All poisonous. Sure they have low doses, but if you get a shot every single year and then a cocktail for when you are born, going to school, etc. that ads up a lot. Swine Flu has been around since at least the 70s. WHO, CDC, FDA all in on it... Also, nasal spray. How is this a good idea? Nasal has active virus.
From Natural News
[Mercury poisoning is one of the concerns about any vaccination, but in recent years the additive, thimerosal, which contains mercury, has been removed from most vaccines. However, the H1N1 flu shot still contains a high level of mercury and this alone is a concern for children, pregnant women, and the elderly -- the very populations who are being encouraged to take the swine flu shot.
Mandating vaccine for med workers (CNN) - The controversy behind this is epic. Not only is it fascinating that there is no liability, it's also very disturbing how pressured vaccination is right now. Especially there is no guarantee for it to work, and also weakens the immune system when you get it, making you more vulnerable. Wait, did I hear that right? CDC seems pretty cozy about the idea of forced vaccination... Again, not surprised.
H1N1 FAQ (CNN)- what a joke... at least it's not as bad as the foxnews one. Wow.
Scare Tactics from "Experts" (CNN) - someone who had it doesn't think it's call to panic. interesting that the so-called expert fails to mention that h1n1 has been around since the 70s. Oh god... PROPAGANDA: elmo used to target kids. Wonder if this woman got the vaccine? Ha, question answered. I'm not surprised.
Vaccines go out (CNN).... Notice the words they focus on... "good" is the first.
Say Whaaaat? (FOX News) - Glenn Beck? Is that you? Bizarre. Interetsing: FDA doesn't do anything about it.
"What you need to know" (FOX News) - Talk about scare tactics. “People do not have immunity to H1N1 because it is a new strain of virus,” Welch said. This is why, in general, we expect a large number of cases of H1N1 because the population doesn’t have any immunity to it.” Wow... really? What's wrong with building them up naturally?
Penned by N. R. Wick at Thursday, October 08, 2009