If you listen to government officials or you watch the mainstream news, you may very well get the idea that all doctors and medical experts believe that the H1N1 swine flu vaccine is perfectly safe and that everyone should get it. Based on those assurances, millions of Americans are lining up to get themselves and their children injected with a vaccine that they think will help them.
But the truth is that there is another side to this debate. An increasing number of doctors and health experts are speaking out about the dangers of vaccines including the dangers of the H1N1 swine flu vaccines.
Would you feel comfortable being injected with a vaccine that contains a substance that has been strongly linked to infertility? Well, if you take the Fluarix swine flu vaccine manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline or any of the other swine flu vaccines that contain Polysorbate 80 that is exactly what you will be doing. If you are considering getting the swine flu vaccine, or any other vaccine for that matter, perhaps you should educate yourself about EXACTLY what is in these vaccines before you allow them to be injected into your body.
Perhaps you think that linking the swine flu vaccine with infertility is quite a stretch. Well, let’s take this one step at a time.
#1) Polysorbate 80 is in the Fluarix swine flu vaccine manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline according to the CDC. This is confirmed by the CDC in the document below…..
As you read this, 400,000 doses of FluMist swine flu vaccine containing live swine flu have either already arrived or are scheduled to arrive shortly in California. Millions more are being distributed across the United States. FluMist’s own package insert warns that vaccinated individuals “should avoid close contact with immunocompromised individuals for at least 21 days”. Why? Because whoever gets vaccinated can potentially spread the swine flu to others. Over the next few weeks, millions of Americans will be turned into potentially dangerous disease carriers.
Unlike the h1n1 swine flu vaccine shots, which will reportedly contain only dead swine flu virus, the FluMist nasal spray vaccine contains actual live swine flu virus.
So when the FluMist vaccine is administered to you, you are letting them spray live swine flu right up your nose.
Does that really seem like a good idea?
Does common sense tell you to run out and have live swine flu injected up your nose?
Well, a number of U.S. hospitals are deciding that this nasal spray (Read More....)
The H1N1 swine flu vaccination campaign in the United States has not officially begun, and millions of Americans will quickly line up to be injected with a vaccine that they believe will help protect them from disease. But is this blind faith warranted? Could it be possible that vaccines are bad for you? After all, the last time a mass swine flu vaccination campaign was attempted in the 1970s, the swine flu vaccine killed and crippled far more people than the swine flu did. So is there any reason to think that things will be different this time around?
Some American parents are not so sure. In fact, recent polls reveal that approximately half of the American population have significant reservations about taking the swine flu vaccine as documented in the video below…..