Get Your Shot or Get on the Bus

UPDATE: Navy ship quarrantined after vaccine administration 2 dead.

First it was Kentucky and now it’s Kingman Arizona

True or not, let me ask you this.  How many times per day does media hype swine flu?  Did you count?  Have you ever heard a mainstream media story about gardasil injuries?

http://www.google.com/search?h…

Have you ever had to work in an industrial enviornment that uses mercury?  I can attest to the fact OSHA takes it very seriously. See thimerosal.

Last up is Obama’s cabinet and the “prestigious” other globally oriented institutions all of the key players occupy.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/1547…

Oh, but there is more.  Prof. Casadban dies from unkown causes.  From the article.

Because this form of the bacteria is not known to cause problems in healthy people, special safety procedures are not required to handle it, said Dr. Kenneth Alexander, a virologist and chief of pediatric infections at the U. of C. Medical Center.

Ya, but this guy with degrees from three prestigious universities is like, well dead, and the only thing found in his blood was an obscure bacteria?

You figure it out.

http://www.suntimes.com/news/m…

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  1. is so completely fucked up should we try

    http://www.petmeds.com?

  2. what to believe about all of this.

    But I’m glad you are keeping us up on the latest.

    My guess is most of the reports are misconstruing planned Armageddon for a CDC exercise that entails preparations for enforcing a quarantine zone around a major metropolitan area in the event of a serious outbreak.

    Now, if/how/when that outbreak ends up happening, God forbid?  

    Yeah, there are a lot of potential culprits.

  3. and DD will wish they’d frontpaged at least one of your essays.

    But wyrd works as it works… can’t look too smart or too sane these days. It makes a lot of people nervous.

    Heavy Metal was a very silly 1970’s cartoon movie but the one thing I never forgot about it was who the horde came for first. The professors. The scientists. The smart ones.

  4. You know that infamous thing nurses and doctors do before using a syringe? They snap their finger against the body of the syringe right before injecting it? TING! We’ve all seen them do this.

    That’s to knock loose any air bubbles in the liquid. Then they visually inspect the liquid for air bubbles, like you see the nurse doing in the above picture. If there are still any, they do it again.

    That’s because an air bubble getting into your bloodstream can KILL you.

    That’d be all it’d take. No fancy embedded viruses. No nasty chemicals.

    Just an air bubble.

    • Edger on September 23, 2009 at 1:36 am

    Wikipedia:

    The 1976 swine flu outbreak, also known as the swine flu fiasco, or the swine flu debacle, was a strain of H1N1 influenza virus that appeared in 1976. Infections were only detected from January 19 to February 9, and were not found outside Fort Dix.[1] The outbreak is most remembered for the mass immunization that it prompted in the United States. The strain itself killed one person and hospitalized 13[citation needed]. However, side-effects from the vaccine caused 25 deaths.[2][citation needed]

    On February 5, 1976, an army recruit at Fort Dix said he felt tired and weak. He died the next day and four of his fellow soldiers were later hospitalized. Two weeks after his death, health officials announced that swine flu was the cause of death and that this strain of flu appeared to be closely related to the strain involved in the 1918 flu pandemic. Alarmed public-health officials decided that action must be taken to head off another major pandemic, and they urged President Gerald Ford that every person in the U.S. be vaccinated for the disease. The vaccination program was plagued by delays and public relations problems, but about 24% of the population had been vaccinated by the time the program was canceled. Only one person, the Fort Dix army recruit, died from the flu.[3][citation needed]

    There were reports of Guillain-Barré syndrome, a paralyzing neuromuscular disorder, affecting some people who had received swine flu immunizations. This syndrome is a rare side-effect of modern influenza vaccines, with an incidence of about one case per million vaccinations.[4] As a result, Di Justo writes that “the public refused to trust a government-operated health program that killed old people and crippled young people.” In total, less than 33 percent of the population had been immunized by the end of 1976. The National Influenza Immunization Program was effectively halted on December 16.

    Overall, about 500 cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), resulting in death from severe pulmonary complications for 25 people, were probably caused by an immunopathological reaction to the 1976 vaccine. Other influenza vaccines have not been linked to Guillain-Barré syndrome, though caution is advised for certain individuals, particularly those with a history of GBS.[5][6]

    • Edger on September 23, 2009 at 3:57 pm


    Swine Flu Lie
    by dajagreen

    • Underdog on September 23, 2009 at 7:23 pm
  5. Both the “seasonal” and H1N1. I work with a severely immune compromised population of patients. Yes. So all you folks who think I am a tool of Big Pharma for doing it then so be it. I doubt having a lengthy discussion would change minds from past experiences I have had….

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