Monday, October 5, 2009



OCTOBER 3, 2009. In preparation for the Swine Flu vaccine, the state of Washington is allowing more mercury in that vaccine.

In case you didn’t know it, mercury is a poison.

The federal government claims there is no mercury-autism link. Other researchers dispute this finding. But a point is being missed here.

There are many ways to structure studies so they don’t implicate chemicals in disease. For example, you can claim many people have the disease in question, but haven’t been exposed to the chemical. It’s basically obfuscation and diversion from the main truth.

The chemical is a recognized poison.

Regardless of how disease labels are applied or not applied, a poison causes damage to the body.

In the case of mercury, there is a primary attack on the nervous system.

The state of Washington is allowing any amount of mercury to be present in Swine Flu vaccine given to pregnant mothers and children under three years old.

Here is the quote from the Seattle Times:

“State lifts limit on mercury preservative in swine-flu shots

In preparation for swine-flu vaccinations next month, the state's Health Department on Thursday temporarily suspended a rule that limits the amount of a mercury preservative in vaccines given to pregnant women and children under the age of 3.”

Here is another revealing quote from the article:

“Thimerosal [a mercury compound] has been eliminated from most vaccines in the United States, but it will be added to the bulk of the swine-flu vaccine being produced to stem a pandemic that health officials estimate could sicken more than a third of the state's residents.

“About 15 percent of the vaccine supply will be mercury-free, but people may have to wait longer for it to become available.”

Why has mercury been eliminated from most vaccines in the US and other wealthy nations? Because it’s a poison.

It doesn’t matter what disease label you apply or don’t apply to the effects of this poison. It does damage.

Here is an excerpt from the definition of mercury:

“Heavy metal (liquid at normal temperatures) is a systemic poison that attacks brain, bowels, kidney and other body organs. It most severely affects the central nervous system, and children and elderly are most susceptible to its poisoning…”

Note that state of Washington has erased its limit on mercury in vaccines, in the case of children under three years old.

It’s called A CRIME. In full view.



OCTOBER 1, 2009. It’s been confirmed that the first doses of Swine Flu vaccine will be nasal spray.

Here is a clip from the LA Times:

By Thomas H. Maugh II

September 19, 2009

At least 3.4 million doses of vaccine against the pandemic H1N1 influenza virus will be available at the beginning of October, and about 20 million doses per week should become available soon after that, federal officials said Friday.

The first vaccine available will be MedImmune's FluMist intranasal vaccine, but injectable vaccines should be distributed a week or two later, Dr. Jay Butler, chief of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's 2009 H1N1 vaccine task force, said at a morning news conference. The intranasal vaccine has not been approved for children younger than 2, adults older than 49 or pregnant women, so it may go primarily to healthcare providers.

End of LA Times clip.

Note that the FDA has not approved the nasal spray vaccine for:

Children under 2;

Adults older than 49;

Pregnant women.

Why not?

What’s in the vaccine?

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny points out that putting a vaccine into the body through the nasal cavity brings the contents of the vaccine dangerously close to the brain.

Although this vaccine is supposed to contain inactivated H1N1 virus, there have been instances in which inactivation was botched in the manufacturing process of other vaccines. Therefore, the virus was able to cause infection and illness.

And here is another explosive issue---

The Times article mentions that health workers will likely be the first people to receive this nasal-spray vaccine.

Dr. Tenpenny states that the package-insert for past FluMist vaccines warns, “FluMist recipients should avoid close contact with immunocompromised individuals for at least 21 days.”

Where would health workers be likely to encounter such individuals? IN THE HOSPITAL.

So this nasal spray will be shedding and spreading virus among debilitated and immune-system-weakened patients in hospitals.

And of course, there are millions of people everywhere whose immune systems are weak.

Finally, why would the manufacturer of this vaccine want people who take the vaccine to avoid contact with immunocompromised individuals, IF THE VIRUS IN THE VACCINE IS INACTIVATED AND HARMLESS.

Think about that.

One doctor I’ve spoken to said, “No. The virus in the vaccine won’t spread to people with weak immune systems. But the virus could stimulate their immune systems, which are already weak, and therefore overload them, causing serious problems.”


Well, even in that case, the conclusion would be: ANYONE WHO HAS A WEAK IMMUNE SYSTEM shouldn’t take the vaccine in the first place. And public health agencies aren’t issuing broad warnings about that.

No matter how you look at it, the FluMist vaccine is set to cause some major problems as it rolls out from the manufacturer.

Those health workers who are protesting against mandatory Swine Flu vaccination in New York for themselves should understand these issues.



OCTOBER 3, 2009. On what grounds are local communities declaring people Swine Flu cases?

If you want to glimpse one way to inflate case numbers, read these quotes from, a news service in Oklahoma:

Swine flu so prevalent there is no testing

By Kasey Fowler, Staff Writer

The hysteria surrounding H1N1, also known as swine flu, has subsided to the point most places aren’t even testing people who have symptoms, local health officials say.

Stephen Rempe, executive director of Garfield County Health Department, said neither the state or county health departments are testing for H1N1 anymore.

“The state Health Depart-ment has not kept up with it because it is so prevalent that it is assumed that if they have flu-like symptoms, they have H1N1,” he said. “The only way to know is to have it lab confirmed. It is up to the individual if they want to have it lab confirmed, but it is like $300. If you are sick with flu- like symptoms you probably have H1N1.”

St. Mary’s Regional Me-dical Center and Integris Bass Baptist Health Center are not testing for H1N1, but they are testing for influenza A.

…“The ER is not testing for swine flu. The CDC has said that it is not the time of the year for seasonal flu, so if anyone tested positive for influenza A they have swine flu.”

End of excerpt

Well, well. If a person has ordinary flu symptoms, it’s assumed it’s Swine Flu.

This is like saying, If you’re at a baseball game, you’re probably watching the Yankees play.

And with all the hysteria being whipped up, more and more people are showing up in emergency rooms with flu symptoms, cold symptoms, GI symptoms, all kinds of symptoms. The easiest thing to do is call them “probable” Swine Flu cases.

So many ways to lie, so much vaccine to sell and inject and sniff.


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