What the Experts are Saying about the Swine Flu Shot

Posted on November 20th, 2009 by admin  |  5 Comments »

More than two weeks have passed since Halloween but the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)’s swine flu scare tactics are showing no signs of slowing down.

The CDC’s swine flu ads continue to portray the disease as a full-blown pandemic that could kill millions of Americans if mass vaccination is not implemented.

The good news is that it’s not just Dr. Joseph Mercola who’s sounding off the warning bells on the dangers of the swine flu vaccine. More and more officials, scientists and health professionals are opposing plans to force people to take the swine flu shot, which, many experts believe, is poorly tested and could have devastating side effects that are more dangerous than the flu itself.

This new vaccine, after all, is just another flu shot, and flu shots have had a long, controversial and problematic history. The late Dr. Graeme Laver, the Australian scientist credited for co-producing the flu vaccine in 1961, went on record in November 2007 to say that the flu shot he helped create was ineffective. “I have never been impressed with its efficacy,” Dr. Laver said. He also believes that natural infection with the flu was safer.

Polish Health Minister Eva Kopacz, a qualified family doctor with more than two decades of experience, said that the use of vaccines with inadequate safety testing on millions of people in Poland will not happen under her watch.

Renowned virologist Dr. Anthony Morris, former FDA chief vaccine control officer states that “there is no evidence that any influenza vaccine thus far developed is effective in preventing or mitigating any attack of influenza” and that “the producers of these vaccines know they are worthless, but they go on selling them anyway.”

New York Times bestselling author Dr. Gary Null, PhD, former lead investigator for ABC Radio Network’s Caveat Emptor said that “all flu vaccinations, including the swine flu, are useless for protecting people from these many prevalent infectious organisms,” because there are between 150 and 200 different infectious pathogens that produce flu-like symptoms during a typical flu season. He believes that majority of these pathogens are unrelated to any strain of the flu virus.

These are just some of the statements that call attention to the way that American health officials are dealing with the so-called swine flu pandemic, Dr. Mercola points out. It was estimated that 90,000 people will die due to swine flu, thereby justifying the need to mass produce swine flu vaccines. The death toll in the U.S. is nearing 4,000, but even that figure is dubious.

The CDC claims that 99 percent of all influenza this season is from H1N1, and so, they are no longer doing any lab testing to get accurate numbers. And this guesswork based on flawed data – the CDC is counting anyone who shows flu-like symptoms – has quadrupled the number of estimated deaths.

CBS News showed just how scientific the CDC’s methods are and exposed that not only was the vast majority of so-called swine flu cases NOT H1N1, they weren’t even seasonal flu cases!

Mercola can’t help but think that the same people who are looking for ways to exaggerate the disease count and death toll – for instance, by changing definitions and disease criteria – are playing the same games with vaccines.

If you can’t fully trust the health agencies and big pharmaceutical companies, what you can do is take control of your own health. Start living healthy to boost your immune system to enhance your body’s natural ability to defend itself.

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Responses to “What the Experts are Saying about the Swine Flu Shot”

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    Do you have any information on the 1st swine flu shot from the 70’s?

    Curious as to what long term side effects anyone has seen.

    Also, are vaccines in any way assoc. with symptoms of peripheral neuropathy?

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