September 2009 | Swine Flu Vaccine

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By Dr. Matsen

With the fear of a swine flu (H1N1 virus) outbreak, governments around the world are rushing to create an H1N1 flu vaccine with the belief that it will protect us. Besides the fact that this vaccine will most likely contain mercury (in the form of thimerosal) as well as other toxic compounds, another concern is that the manufacturing of this vaccine has been fast-tracked. The only clinical trials done were during this summer. No long-term studies have been conducted to determine the effectiveness of the vaccine or the potential side effects. And the US government has granted vaccine manufacturers immunity against lawsuits related to any health problems that result from the vaccine.

The so-called swine flu outbreak in 1976 is a reminder that these hastily created vaccines may do more harm than good. At Fort Dix, New Jersey in 1976, one army recruit died from swine flu and four others got sick. This prompted a mass immunization program in the US using a vaccine that was quickly produced. The predicted spread of the flu did not occur and only one person, the Fort Dix soldier, died. However, about 500 cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome—an autoimmune disorder that affects the peripheral nervous system—were reported as a side-effect of the vaccine and 25 of those affected died from severe pulmonary complications.

A recent article in the September 11 edition of the National Post refers to a study that states that H1N1 will infect 32% of the population. How can they know this will happen? And if people do come down with the flu, are they going to be tested to see if they actually have swine flu or the common flu? Will every reported case of the flu be labeled as swine flu without being properly diagnosed?

Unfortunately, most of what we read about swine flu in the media is fear-mongering information from health officials. They fail to tell us about the efficacy of the vaccine or its potential side effects because they do not know. It’s important to make an informed decision about whether to get the swine flu vaccine (or any vaccine for that matter) by doing some research, which is easy to do on the internet.

You can also boost your immunity by following the guidelines of the Eating Alive Program and other healthy lifestyle programs, and by searching out natural immune enhancers and various homeopathic remedies as possible non-toxic flu antidotes.

For more information on the dangers of the swine flu vaccine, see Russell Blaylock’s article, “Vaccine May Be More Dangerous Than Swine Flu” by clicking on the following link:

To read Mike Adams articles titled “Historical Facts About the Dangers (and Failures) of Vaccines,” click on the following link:

Dr. Mercola’s website also has many articles about vaccines, including this one:

To see a photograph of a vial of an experimental H1N1 swine flu vaccine, in which the label clearly states that it contains thimerosal, click on the following link: