Media again using bogus swine flu scare to sell shots

Here we go again.

The media has been hyping a supposed new outbreak of the swine flu in a blatant attempt to scare people into getting flu vaccinations.

It's like 2009 all over again.

You know the story. The swine flu itself was a non-event -- either an exaggeration or an outright fabrication -- but the shot that was rushed into production and practically forced on hundreds of millions of people was dangerous and downright deadly.

Many of the people who survived the jab are still living with the consequences -- including nervous system disorders and narcolepsy. The British media reports on one girl who falls asleep 30 times a day since her swine flu shot.

Now, she's facing a lifetime on a highly experimental drug that costs $23,000 and isn't even a cure.

She's hardly alone.

One study found that the swine flu jab raised the risk of narcolepsy by something on the order of 1,000 percent, especially in kids.

It's outrageous and inexcusable, especially when there are much safer and far more effective ways of preventing any strain of flu -- from regular flu to the pig strains -- and you can start with plain old vitamin D.

The sunshine vitamin has proven to be up to 800 percent more effective than the flu shot, and comes with no risk of narcolepsy (or anything else for that matter). And along with fighting the flu, vitamin D can also help prevent the common cold.

I had the full scoop on all-natural flu prevention strategies in the September 2013 issue of my Douglass Report newsletter.

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It's so good it'll even keep a narcoleptic awake.