People dropping dead from the flu!

If somebody dies of the flu and you don’t know if they’ve been vaccinated, insinuate they have not been – or just make something up!

This is what I read in an article about an Arizona teen who died from the flu. The author of the article doesn’t even know if the teen was vaccinated or not so said person leads the reader to assume the teen had NOT been vaccinated. Things like this infuriate me, especially when there’s many more reactions and deaths from the flu vaccine itself, according to the VAERS database, than people who die from a vaccine that is only 40% effective, not 80% as another article states.

It is impossible to know if the vaccine would have even protected some others who have died from the flu since it is only 40 % effective in any given year. I’d love to read the medical records of all these children and see if they really died from the flu or a secondary disease acquired after getting the flu.

I believe it’s just a scare tactic to get vaccination rates up and make big pharma some more money.

Flu vaccine facts: All injected flu vaccines contain mercury, a neurotoxin not safe in ANY amount.

NO flu vaccine is approved according to the package insert for ANY children under 6 years of age.

There are more than 36,000 adverse reactions reported to VAERS and deaths from the flu vaccine.

The flu vaccine is only 30% to 40% effective as of the 2008 flu season and only MILDLY effective in elderly people, yet the media uses scare tactics and inaccurate numbers to get more people injected.

You CAN catch and spread the flu itself from the flumist vaccine since it is a LIVE flu virus.

sources: http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/local/articles/2009/02/21/20090221fludeath0221.html

http://wjz.com/local/flu.season.shot.2.940382.html

http://gothamist.com/2008/02/17/this_years_flu.php

http://sexualhealth.e-healthsource.com/index.php?p=news1&id=528105

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