H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine is More Harmful Than Good
I don't know maybe I'm just a sucker. Let me know what you all think.
Wed, 18 Nov 2009 17:39:31 +0000
whoever wrote that article and maintain that website is a fool. jackass. idiot. dumbass. imbecile. moron. dodo-brain (my own creation)!
If he or she truly believes that, and I'm guess that's the case, then he needs to stop breathing, stop eating, and stop taking up valuable resources from the rest of us.
why? because all that stuff he listed is in your house, air, water, ground, supermarket, restaurant. It's in your food, drinks, and just about everything you come into contact with. people need to stop believing in these voodoo crap. I'm not saying there isn't side-effects to vaccines. but chances of that happen is minute. Plus, anyone whose death come from vaccines or anything has been naturally selected to die off anyway.
if offered to me tomorrow, I'll take the H1N1 vaccine right away. I reckon things will get worse before it gets better. And it's not from the swine flu vaccination but the lack of it and from people who refuses to protect themselves or their families.
here is fda's letter to doctors: Letter from the Commissioner to Nation's Healthcare Professionals on H1N1 Vaccine
while I don't suggest folks take this at its face value, the gist of this is the process for the H1N1 process is the same as making regular vaccines. the fact that this letter even needs to be issued to address doctors show how poorly trained some of our healthcare "professionals" are, that they themselves doesn't understand the science and the clinical process behind this.
Plus, these docs dont' get money from this. how much you want to bet that they'll be pushing the H1N1 vaccines if they were getting wined and dined to do so.
Wed, 18 Nov 2009 18:34:04 +0000
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