It’s flu shot season – wait a minute!
Drug stores and pharmacies are covered with signs offering flu shots. But before you, your relatives or friends submit to getting injected with toxins and bizarre poisonous chemicals you should know a few things about this year’s flu shot.
First of all, the manufacturer has admitted that it doesn’t work.
That’s right, GlaxoSmithKline, the manufacturer of FluLaval®, actually puts it in the product insert (that little paper that comes with the vaccine with all the small print no one reads). Don’t believe us? Here it is word-for-word:
There have been no controlled trials adequately demonstrating a decrease in influenza disease after vaccination with FluLaval®. (1)
Why get it if there’s no proof it decreases flu? More on the flu shot:
Flu shots contain mercury
A survey of over 9,000 Americans found a majority had no idea flu shots contain mercury. “More than 75% of Americans feel a mercury-containing flu shot should not be given to a pregnant woman or a child,” said Lisa Handley of PutChildrenFirst.org. Handley’s son, Jamison, had an adverse reaction to a flu shot containing mercury. “Our son began his regression into autism after his flu shot.” In 1999, government agencies called for the removal of mercury in vaccines. Then, in 2001, the American Academy of Pediatrics stated that, “mercury in all of its forms is toxic to the fetus and children.” Despite this many of this season’s flu vaccines still contain thimerosal (mercury).
Flu vaccination during pregnancy dangerous and useless
From the journal Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine:
We were unable to demonstrate that maternal influenza vaccination reduces respiratory illness visit rates among their infants … does not seem to reduce the occurrence of respiratory illness in their newborn infant. Maternal influenza vaccination did not significantly affect infant outpatient and inpatient visits for acute respiratory illness.
Why do pediatricians tell pregnant women not to eat too much tuna (to avoid mercury) but recommend they get the flu shot (that’s full of mercury)? (2)
Flu shot doesn’t help the elderly
The ads say “The flu shot saves lives” but research reveals it’s not so; the flu vaccine isn’t preventing death in the elderly.
The rate of immunization of those over 65 increased 50% in the past 20 years but there was no decline in flu deaths. The flu shot’s ingredients include mercury, linked to brain damage and phenol (a carcinogen).
Mortality rates for those over 85 showed no change as well. It’s useless and dangerous. (3)
Flu shot linked to Alzheimer’s
According to Hugh Fudenberg, M.D., the world’s leading immunogeneticist and 13th most quoted biologist of our time (over 850 papers in top peer review journals), if an individual has had five consecutive flu shots his/her chances of getting Alzheimer’s disease is ten times higher than if they had one, two or no shots. (4)
Dr. Fudenberg says the brain damage is due to the mercury in many flu shots (and many childhood shots). The gradual mercury buildup in the brain causes cognitive dysfunction. Is that why Alzheimer’s is increasing?
Please pass on the above information to all your friends and relatives who may be pressured into getting a flu shot. It doesn’t work and it’s dangerous.
While we’re on the subject…
There is no proof that Gardasil®, touted as a cancer vaccine, is anything of the kind. Here is what immunologist Charlotte Haug, M.D., Ph.D. writes in her article in New Scientist:
Despite claims that the vaccine will cut cancer deaths by two-thirds or more, its overall effectiveness in the prevention of cervical cancer remains unknown and will not be known for decades.
Gardasil® is an experiment on (mostly our children) that has been linked to over one hundred deaths and thousands of injuries. (5)
1. FluLaval™ 2011-2012 package insert by GlaxoSmithKline.
2. France EK, Smith-Ray R, McClure D et al. Impact of maternal influenza vaccination during pregnancy on the incidence of acute respiratory illness visits among infants. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2006;160:1277-1283.
3. Simonsen L et al. Impact of influenza vaccination on seasonal mortality in the US Elderly population, Archives of Internal Medicine. 2005;165;265-272.
4. Dr. Fudenberg was quoted at the NVIC International Vaccine Conference, Arlington, VA September, 1997. Quoted with permission.