If you have been given a vaccine containing squalene last year (which I told you to avoid at all cost), then you may be in trouble this flu season and here’s why:
– Dr. Russell Blaylock:
“No one should take the swine flu vaccine–it is one of the most dangerous vaccines ever devised. It contains an immune adjuvant called squalene (MF-59) which has been shown to cause severe autoimmune disorders such as MS, rheumatoid arthritis and Lupus. This is the vaccine adjuvant that is strongly linked to the Gulf War syndrome, which killed over 10,000 soldiers and caused a 200% increase in the fatal disease ALS (Lou Gehreg disease). This virus H1N1 kills by causing a “cytokine storm”, which means that it cause the body’s immune system to overreact and that is why it is killing young people and is a mild disease in the elderly. (The elderly have weakened immune systems.) This vaccine is a very powerful immune stimulator and carries the real possibility of making the lethality of the virus much greater.
– Study: Flu Vaccine Causes 1,400 Percent Increased Risk Of Narcolepsy
– Shocking H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine Miscarriage Stories From Pregnant Women
– Doctor, cited on FOX News as expert on infectious diseases, would not give highly toxic swine flu vaccine to his children:
Doctor: “I have more concern about the vaccine than I do about the swine flu.”
‘Vaccine has 25,000 times the level of mercury then would be considered toxic if it was food or water.’
– Squalene: The Swine Flu Vaccine’s Dirty Little Secret Exposed
To me flu is not a big deal.
I’ve never seen a patient that didn’t recover very fast with acupunture, homeopathy, propolis, herbs etc.
– CDC: 25 states reporting widespread flu (CNN, Jan 3, 2014):
The number of states reporting widespread seasonal flu activity jumped from 10 to 25 last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.
Widespread activity was reported in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington state and Wyoming, according to the CDC’s weekly flu advisory report, covering the week ending December 28.