Special Flu Vaccine Report

Posted by on Jan 13, 2012 in What You Should Know | 0 comments

In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man has difficulty finding a good optician. – Maxim Decharne

Special Flu Shot Report

“Here come the fear mongers…just in time for the flu vaccine marketing season.. Fear is used to persuade Americans to roll up their sleeves and hand over their children to be vaccinated. Years ago, people developed resistance the old fashioned way: By getting the flu. And then when that type of flu came around again years or decades later, they either didn’t get sick or had only a mild case. The vaccine marketeers want to take that away from our population. What will that make us? Vaccine dependent, of course.” – Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder of the National Vaccine Information Center

Three important reasons to avoid the flu shot:

The flu shot contains formaldehyde, gelatin and traces of chicken cells.
The flu shot contains viral contaminants that have been linked to cancer.
You can get the flu shot – and all the risks that go with it – and still get the flu!

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Another good reason to avoid the shot: to avoid Alzheimer’s Disease

According to Hugh Fudenberg, MD, the world’s leading immunogeneticist and 13th most quoted biologist of our time (over 850 papers in peer reviewed journals), if an individual has five consecutive flu shots their chance of getting Alzheimer’s is ten times higher! (1)
How does the flu shot cause Alzheimer’s? Dr. Fudenberg states the mercury and aluminum in flu shots (and many childhood shots as well as some RhoGam shots) cross the blood-brain barrier causing brain damage. Alzheimer’s is expected to quadruple. Are flu shots the reason? (2)

Flu hysteria is on the way (again)

Reports claim that “Influenza kills 30,000 to 40,000 Americans every year.” (3) That is simply not the case. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the number of people who die of the flu are a fraction of that. Here is what the CDC says:

In 2002: 753 died of the flu (4)
In 2001: 267 died of the flu (5)
In 2000: 2,175 died of the flu (6)
In 1999: 1,685 died of the flu (7)
Those who die of the flu are mostly frail, sickly, weak, malnourished and unhealthy to begin with. For people in reasonably good health, dying from the flu is, in fact, very rare – research even shows the flu shot does not affect mortality of elderly people. In conclusion – the flu shot is dangerous and useless.

Flu shot does not save lives

The ads say “The flu shot saves lives,” but research reveals it’s not so. The flu vaccine isn’t preventing death in the elderly, the “high risk group” that is told to get a flu shot to reduce mortality, according to a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine. (8)
Although immunization rates in those over 65 have increased 50% in the past 20 years, there has been no decline in flu-related deaths. In addition to ineffectiveness, the flu shot’s typical ingredients include aluminum (associated with Alzheimer’s and seizures), mercury (linked to brain damage, ADHD and autism) and phenol (a carcinogen).
In fact, mortality rates for those over 85 between 1968 and 2001 showed no change as well. The authors add: “Studies substantially overestimate vaccination benefit”; a diplomatic way of saying it’s useless.

If you get the flu avoid aspirin and TylenolT
Researchers found that flu sufferers who took aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol) stayed sick an average of 3.5 days longer than people who did not take the drugs.
The researchers discuss the purpose of a fever and note how confused the medical profession is when it comes to fever. “In spite of centuries of clinical experience and recent intense investigation, it is still not clear whether fever is noxious per se, or if the benefits of antipyretic therapy outweigh its costs.” (9)
Natural healthcare providers have always understood the value of fever in fighting infection and cleansing the body of toxins. This was recently underlined in a paper showing the following:

The flu protects against cancer

In a research study appearing in The Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology, scientists discovered that those with a history of colds and flu also had less breast, colon, rectal, stomach and ovarian cancer.

The association between. infectious diseases and cancer risk was investigated. [Those with] carcinomas of the stomach, colon, rectum, breast, and ovary.were interviewed. A history of common colds or gastro-enteric influenza prior to the interview was found to be associated with a decreased cancer risk. (10)

In another study, subjects who reported a history of colds, flu and other infectious diseases had a 30% reduction in risk of brain tumor. (11)
Natural healthcare providers have traditionally warned against suppressing the symptoms of colds and flu stressing that’s how your body heals, detoxifies and cleanses – which are protective against cancer.

Do you have a caterpillar egg deficiency?

The FluBlok flu shot has caterpillar ovaries as one of its ingredients. Don’t believe it? Go to Concord Monitor Online Article – Biotech firms developing egg-less flu vaccine – Your News Source – 03301 (12)

Long-term consequences of flu shots – immune system damage?

Researchers have discovered that repeated vaccination at a young age substantially increases the risk of influenza at older ages. This is possibly due to overall weakening of the immune system. However, getting the infection naturally appears to strengthen the immune system and decreases the risk of being re-infected. Natural appears to be better. (13) Note: The authors did not even look for Alzheimer’s increases due to flu shots, a subject increasingly under discussion.

Good news – majority not getting flu shot. Common sense is still alive!

In a National Foundation for Infectious Diseases survey conducted Aug. 31-Sept. 3, over half of those interviewed said they would not get the flu shot. Among reasons cited: 43% said the flu is not serious enough to warrant vaccination and 23% said they still got the flu even after being immunized. (14)

In conclusion

Rather than see the flu, colds, fevers and nasal discharge solely as uncomfortable, we should know that they operate in our best interest: to heal us, to cleanse us and to detoxify us. Preventing symptoms from expressing themselves may set us up for more serious disease in the future. That doesn’t mean we should ignore a sick person. Illness is a time of rest and recuperation. Ill people need comfort, proper nutrition and support.
Many people who wish to avoid medical suppressive therapies such as aspirin, Tylenol, antihistamines, decongestants and other drugs designed to prevent symptoms instead turn to nutrition, chiropractic, homeopathy, naturopathy, acupuncture and many other natural “expressive” healthcare systems so their bodies will get the full benefit from their symptoms – cleansing, healing and improved health.

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