Posts Tagged ‘Eugenics’

Look at it this way: If the purpose of the vaccine were to make people sick, then in this case it was very effective!

New York (CNN) — More than 1,000 people in New Jersey and New York, many of them adolescent Orthodox Jews, have been sickened with mumps since August, health authorities said Monday.

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Anyone fully vaccinated from mumps receives two doses of the vaccine, according to the CDC. Of the New Jersey cases, 77 percent were vaccinated, Terjesen said.

But the vaccine is not 100 percent effective, according to the CDC. At two doses, the vaccine is 76 to 95 percent effective, the CDC says on its Web site.

Read more at CNN.

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Proponents of the H1N1 vaccine will say there’s no provable correlation between the shot and reactions like this girl’s. Meanwhile, they’re quick to diagnose any flu-like symptoms as Swine Flu–provided the sufferer hasn’t had the vaccination yet. See how that works?

A Shreveport girl is battling a rare disease.

In December 5 year old Hannah Pham started complaining her leg was numb. When her parents took her to the hospital doctors diagnosed her with Tranverse Myelitis. It’s a disease doctors say infects about 1 in a million people.

Experts say the disease is a neurological disorder which typically follows a virus.

Hannah got an swine flu shot in early December.

Read more at KTBS News.

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Sanofi is seeking “new opportunities.” Hey, how about another fake pandemic?

Sales of more than 100 million doses of swine flu vaccine spurred higher fourth-quarter revenue and profit for the French drug giant Sanofi-Aventis, the company said on Wednesday in a report that exceeded some analysts’ expectations.

But Sanofi is still seeking new opportunities to counter rising competition from generic drugs.

Read more at the New York Times.

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There’s so much of a surplus that Walgreens has now resorted to slapping stickers all over their merchandise. Funny thing is, the stickers say that the virus is available, not the vaccine. Too frickin’ funny!

First, there was Pepsi Vanilla. Then there was Pepsi Lime. Now, exclusively at Walgreens, you can get the latest special flavor of Pepsi: Pepsi H1N1. It is also available in frozen pizza, Buffalo wing, and ice cream form.

Fortunately, if you’re not yet infected, Coke bottles offer the vaccine.

Read more at The Consumerist.

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The beauty of the vaccine scam is that the drug makers always have deniability—they can always say there’s no link between a vaccination and an adverse reaction. As long as adverse reactions are collated informally, as they are on this Web site, the drug makers can dismiss the cases as being “anecdotal” and thus unworthy of a response.

Since the GSK H1N1 vaccine was rolled out in late October, many people are reporting adverse side-effects from the shot. These reports are not being publicized, largely because there doesn’t seem to be anyone collecting them.

Therefore, we decided to collect some data of our own, and created this page to find out what sort of damages are really being done by the flu shot. You are invited to participate, and help others decide for themselves whether or not to accept a flu shot.

Read more at Canadians for Health Freedom.

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What many don’t realize is that Hitler was inspired by eugenicists in the U.S. and Britain.

MONTPELIER — If the state of Vermont had carried out a plan to sterilize his grandmother, Don Stevens said Tuesday, he “wouldn’t be here.

Many Vermonters of mixed French Canadian and American Indian heritage, like Stevens’ grandmother, as well as poor, rural whites, were placed on a state-sanctioned list of “mental defectives” and degenerates in the 1930s and placed in state institutions like the Home for the Feeble Minded in Brandon.

Some had surgery after Gov. Stanley Wilson in 1931 won enactment of a sterilization law. It was designed to reduce the number of people seen as placing demands on public services, and to purify what University of Vermont zoology professor Henry Perkins, a national leader of the so-called “eugenics” movement, called “the fine old stock of original settlers in Vermont.”

Read more at The Burlington Free Press.

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Raise your hand if you were among the suckers who rolled up their sleeves to have the pharmaceutical poison injected into their veins.

For makers of the swine flu vaccine, 2009 was a year to remember. By June, CSL Limited’s annual profits had risen 63 percent over 2008. GlaxoSmithKine’s 2009 earnings spiked 30 percent in the third quarter alone, to $2.19 billion. Roche made a stunning 12 times more in the second quarter of 2009 than of 2008. But in 2010, drug companies may get their comeuppance.

On Tuesday, the Council of Europe launched an investigation into whether the World Health Organization “faked” the swine flu pandemic to boost profits for vaccine manufacturers. The inquiry, held in Strasbourg, France, vindicates a worldwide movement of insiders, experts, and elected officials who accuse the United Nations organization of misleading the world into buying millions of unnecessary vaccines.

Read more at The Huffington Post.

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