flu vaccine

  1. Forced flu vaccination program a proven failure

    Forced vaccination is no shot in the arm for Connecticut kids

    It's been three years since the Nutmeg State started telling parents they couldn't send Johnny and Suzie to preschool until they got their flu shots. This forced vaccination program isn't just a gross violation of your rights that would have made George Orwell cringe -- Connecticut's own data PROVES it's been a dismal failure.

    Politicians are trying to turn this dung heap into a rose bush by claiming that 12% fewer young kids have been hospitalized with flu since the law took effect. Well, maybe my math is a little bit off, but shouldn't making every darn kid in the state roll up his sleeve for a shot lead to a 100% reduction in hospitalizations -- not just a measly 12%?

    And here's the worst part. Even the state's flu vaccine cheerleaders admit they can't prove the paltry 12% dip had ANYTHING to do with the flu vaccine.

    That's right, there's not a shred of evidence. This is a propaganda program the Soviets would have been proud of. And if you think making kids sit through a little flu shot isn't a big deal, consider this:

    Where does it end?

    If our government can force your kid to get a vaccination so worthless that it failed more than 90% of the time for some groups last year, you'd better believe the gate has swung WIDE OPEN for countless other forced vaccines.

    What's to stop the government from making your daughter submit to the HPV vaccine Gardasil, which has been linked to epilepsy as well as dozens of deaths around the world? Or the Meningococcal vaccine, which can trigger everything from pneumonia to immune system disorders?

    These vaccines are more dangerous than a cornered rattlesnake, but they're BOTH more effective than the flu vaccine. So you'd better believe vaccination supporters will be trying to shoot them into your kid next.

    Your personal liberty... you're very right to make the best health care choices for your children and grandchildren... is at stake. Next time Election Day rolls around, make sure you know exactly where your local, state, and national reps stand on forced vaccination -- and don't give them a shot at office until you know they won't force your kiddo into getting a shot in the arm.

  2. Flu patch does nothing to improve vaccine's failures

    A patch even a Boy Scout wouldn't want

    You've pulled down the shades. You've stocked up on bottled water, batteries, and six months' worth of frozen dinners.

    You're prepared to hunker down all winter... all spring if you have to... just to keep from dealing with those flu vaccine crazies waiting to jab you in the arm at every drug store, supermarket, and pop-up medical clinic.

    Well, friend, beware that knock on your door. Because it looks like Uncle Sam may be heading straight to your home in a new plot to force the flu vaccine into your veins -- and he'll probably climb through the bathroom window if he has to.

    Researchers at Georgia Tech have just announced that the flu vaccine is about to start making house calls, and you'll soon be able to give yourself the shot without any doctor or nurse to hold your hand and offer you a sticker. It's all thanks to the world's first ever flu vaccine patch, an adhesive eyesore that uses 50 microneedles to simultaneously inject you with dangerous flu strain.

    They're calling it a breakthrough... a miracle of medicine... but let's call it what it really is, a miracle of marketing. I've heard of building a better mousetrap, but let's make sure the damned thing catches mice first!

    People don't skip the flu shot because they hate needles -- they skip it because it's WORTHLESS! The flu vaccine stops influenza less than 2% of the time, and there isn't a shred of evidence that this year's vaccine is doing any better.

    So whether you get your flu shot through a syringe, a patch, or from the magic wands of fairies, don't expect for a second that it's going to keep you safe from weeks of flu misery.

    Big Pharma could have gotten serious about this billion-dollar flu fraud. It could have tapped into its never-ending supply of cash to develop a flu vaccine that's actually worth the $25 you're spending on it.

    But instead they decided to let it all ride on the practically worthless tired old vaccine. The flu patch is just the latest swindle meant to separate you from your hard earned cash. In fact, researchers think the patch may increase vaccinations by 41%, and you'd better believe Big Pharma is already counting the cash.

    Do yourself a favor, and don't throw another red cent into the coffers of the flu-marketing-machine. Instead, when Big Pharma starts rolling out its glitzy, celebrity commercials about the hottest new way to get your flu shot, stick that patch right where it belongs -- over their mouths.

  3. Study finds chance of serious flu nearly zero

    Mainstream researchers at Duke University Medical Center were trying to issue a warning about the dangers of skipping the flu vaccine. Instead, they inadvertently admitted you have almost no chance of catching a deadly case of flu.
  4. Major news organization blames parents for unborn child's death

    It's a new low, even for the flu vaccine crowd. One of mainstream medicine's vaccination cheerleaders (aka a major news organization) is playing politics with a dead baby and sick Arkansas mom, as they once again refuse to admit the abysmal failure rate of the nearly useless flu vaccine.
  5. The ugly truth about flu shots

    Flu shots are so ineffective that even the government's own numbers show they're not worth getting.
  6. Don’t take this government pledge

    The CDC wants everyone to take a pledge to get a flu shot. But what are you really promising them?
  7. The flu that wasn't

    When did we become such big babies? Every little sneeze and sniffle has turned into a big drama -- and now, just about everyone who gets sick assumes they have the flu.
  8. New flu vaccine is a work in progress

    Once again, the feds have rushed a flu vaccine, called Fluzone High-Dose, through the approval process, leaving you to discover any side effects on your own.
  9. The flu vaccine fails… again

    In New York, a recent spike in flu cases has been attributed to the fact that the major "A" strain of the flu has become resistant to the latest vaccine.

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