Facts about the H1N1 Vaccine

by Kerri Rehmeyer

Intelligent, informed people everywhere are saying NO to this vaccine!  There is overwhelming evidence that it will be not only ineffective but downright dangerous.  It’s beyond the pale that this is being pushed on pregnant women.   DO you know that the government has granted legal immunity to vaccine manufacturer’s for any injuries stemming from their swine flu vaccines?
That alone should give you pause, but it gets much worse.
There is a letter on this very blog from a concerned Mom in Parker County from July 16th:
There are literally hundreds of articles detailing the dangers of the swine flu vaccine and many other vaccines.  Here are a couple of good places to look:
Getting this shot for yourself or your children is like playing Russian roulette.  I don’t expect you to take my word for it.  Please go do the research yourself.

One response

  1. “While a few stories about adverse reactions to the H1N1 swine flu vaccine have gotten into the mainstream media, the reality is that most mainstream media outlets are extremely hesitant to publish such stories. The general belief in the media seems to be that if they publish a story about a “rare” adverse reaction to the H1N1 vaccine, then the general public may be discouraged from taking the vaccine and more people will get sick. However, this is a totally false assumption by the media. The truth is that reports of serious adverse reactions to the H1N1 swine flu vaccine are constantly pouring in. In addition, the pharmaceutical companies who produced these vaccines spend millions of dollars to advertise on mainstream media outlets. Do you think that the owners of those mainstream media outlets are going to do anything that will jeopardize that source of income? The truth is that the mainstream media is not going to tell you the stories of those people who have had their lives destroyed by H1N1 swine flu vaccine side effects. Since the mainstream media will not give these victims a voice, we will.”

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