swine flu shot

  1. New risks linked to swine flu vaccine

    Remember how "safe" the untested and rushed-to-market swine flu shot was supposed to be?

    Turns out not so much -- just as I told you from day one.

    New numbers show at least 779 adverse reactions linked to the swine flu shot between 2010 and 2011, at the height of the fabricated swine flu scare.

    That may not sound like much -- until you realize those are the numbers from Ireland alone, and they were enough to make the vaccine the nation's number one suspected cause of adverse drug reactions.

    This isn't just some bad luck 'o the Irish at work. Around the world, vaccine victims who were tricked into the shot passed out, got sick, and dropped dead.

    In many places, the vaccine was linked to the debilitating nerve disorder Guillain-Barré syndrome, which can lead to paralysis and even death. One shot distributed in Europe was linked to hundreds of cases of narcolepsy in children, including at least three in Ireland.

    All that risk for a shot no one needed, because the disease itself was a fabrication created by Big Pharma and its "public health" allies.

    Don't think you're in the clear today just because no one's getting swine flu shots anymore. The swine serum is now a part of the regular flu vaccine, giving everyone a shot at all those side effects and more.

    But let's face facts here: Even if the current vaccine DIDN'T contain the swine flu shot, there would still be absolutely no reason to get it. Along with more side effects than the CDC will ever let on, the regular flu shot is scientifically proven to be laughably ineffective. (Read more here.)

  2. Swine flu shot linked to sleep disease

    If kids are looking sleepier than ever, it's not because some new TV show or videogame is keeping them up all night.

    It's just their way of thanking you for getting them the swine flu shot.

    European health officials have issued a frightening new warning that comes far too late for far too many: A swine flu shot already distributed to more than 30 million people in 47 countries has been linked to narcolepsy in children.

    That's the rare sleep disease that can lead to serious daytime drowsiness and even cause victims to pass out without warning in the middle of normal activity.

    Or maybe I should say the "once-rare" sleep disease, because it's now on the rise: Doctors have reported at least 247 new cases of narcolepsy across Europe in kids who were given GlaxoSmithKline's H1N1 vaccine, Pandemrix.

    These were perfectly normal kids before... and now, they never know how much longer they'll be awake.

    EU officials want new doses of Pandemrix to carry a label warning of the narcolepsy risk -- but that won't matter since most parents never even see a shot's packaging, much less get a chance to read the warning labels.

    And who's still getting swine flu shots anyway?

    No, the damage is already done -- and if your kid was affected, good luck trying to sue: Many governments indemnified vaccine makers as part of the rushed purchase agreements negotiated during the swine flu frenzy.

    The bright side, for my American readers anyway, is that Pandemrix was never distributed here in the United States.

    No, our shots have "only" been linked to conditions such as Guillain-Barré syndrome, a frightening disorder that can lead to paralysis or even death.

    And around the world, people of all ages who got various swine flu shots passed out, got sick and some even dropped dead -- all to prevent a virus that turned out to be a whole lot of nothing.

    Next time, take your chances with the flu. It's positively pleasant by comparison.

  3. Pandemic panic still doesn't add up

    The feds, Big Pharma and doctors who should know better are all lining up to tell you how safe the swine flu shot is.

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