More Pro-Vaccination Propaganda

Sunday, April 25, 2010
Posted in category Swine Flu Tyranny

Latest propaganda: the reason the government’s swine flu pandemic didn’t occur is because all of those lucky people who were vaccinated in 1976 during the government’s first swine flu propaganda program received long-term benefits and thus had a greater resistance than they otherwise would have had without the vaccination. (That is, those who did not contract Guillain-Barre syndrome from the vaccination.) Now the story goes that those who received their vaccinations for swine flu, this time around, will receive long-term benefits. So, another reason to go get your shot! Hurry, the batches of vaccine have been expiring.

“The 1976 vaccination is regarded through the lens of history as a big disaster. We vaccinated 45 million people for what was perceived to be no gain,” McCullers said.

“This comes full circle now and maybe vindicates the idea that some good did come of it.”

There’s never an end to the bullshit and lies. The cover-up for the non-swine flu pandemic is relentless in its pursuit of an ways to exploit hapless, uneducated Americans. Thanks to Matt Toennies for the link.

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8 Responses to More Pro-Vaccination Propaganda

  1. Jeannie Queenie says:

    April 25th, 2010 at 10:07 pm

    I just received today an email from Frontline about their next show this coming Tuesday night at 9:00 pm EST. It deals with this very topic of vaccines and H1N1 in particular, and how many americans are wary of gov’t pushing this on us. Here is the message from Frontline. “Did you get the H1N1 vaccine this year, or immunize your children? Did you think twice because you worried the vaccines themselves might do more harm than they’d prevent?

    You’re not alone. This Tuesday night, in “The Vaccine War,” FRONTLINE investigates the science of vaccine safety in light of a number of seemingly conclusive studies and court cases in recent months that have rejected links between vaccines and autism and other harms.

    But this is only half of the story: The film also examines a growing movement of Americans who remain deeply suspicious of vaccines, despite the advice of their doctors and the public health establishment. They’re led by a formidable coalition of parents and celebrities armed with the latest tools of modern activism–Facebook, YouTube, Twitter–and they remain convinced that the vaccines, and the intense vaccine schedule they feel is pushed on them by doctors, are harmful in ways that science just hasn’t yet figured out.

    Why is the Centers for Disease Control concerned about the rising number of communities who are refusing to vaccinate? Would parents who had actually seen cases of childhood measles, mumps and other diseases — before the age of vaccines — be as likely to fear vaccines’ real, but very rare, risks? Does anyone still trust the word of the men and women who wear the white lab coats and tell us what’s safe for our bodies?

    We hope you’ll watch Tuesday night, then join us online to watch the report again, tell us whether it in any way changed your thinking, read the extended interviews with concerned parents and public health officials, and take a survey about your attitude on vaccines — then compare it to the results of a recent national survey.”

    Ken Dornstein
    Senior Editor

  2. Michael says:

    April 26th, 2010 at 1:25 pm

    I only watch television sparingly.

    But I’ve noticed that channels in the Boston market have been saturated with Boston Celtics star Rajon Rondo plugging the H1N1/Swine Flu vaccine. In April.

    Talk about getting pretty pathetic.

    Personally, I experimented with taking additional Vitamin D tablets this season with great results. Of course, the pharmaceutical-medical-industrial complex can’t extract enormous, corporatist profits from basic Vitamin D tablets. Moreover, Vitamin D supplements are demonstrably healthier and more effective than the vaccines.

  3. Iluvatar says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 1:52 am

    @ ALL: You guys need to read Lew Rockwell more; we have had absolutely no faith in vaccines for just about forever! Those things are dangerous!!!

    @ Michael: Go for that Vit D dog! It is the BOMB – take it myself – until summer comes – then I let god’s sun do the rest!

    ON TV: I now watch (hummmm…let’s see) TV NOT AT ALL. Have not missed it since June 2007 when I made the GROSS mistake of having FiOS installed – talk about about being a shiite for brains…

    This month, ALL the FiOS boxes are gonna disappear! They’re going to be GONZers!

    I asked them/begged for a cafeteria plan! Answer: NO FRICKING WAY. But look HOW MUCH MORE you get w/ our service over Comcast!! @ the same cost!!

    GO F*CK yourselves!!! Did you not get the message? I asked for a cheaper service w/ limited channels and limited access & YOU REFUSED.

    OKAY; guess what? The market speaks: GO POUND SAND!
    I am dumping FiOS next week@!@! (Hey, down to ~20 tyops now!!! I am kicking butt!!)

  4. Jeannie Queenie says:

    April 28th, 2010 at 1:21 am

    Iluvatar, Once these cable companies find the money isn’t coming in, they will wake up and smell the sanka. I too have asked why you can’t buy just the channels you want, but no, you have to take the whole enchilada…who needs it? So, I get the major lamestream/ABC/CBS/NBC/BBC, both Cspans and
    WGBH. Tonight Frontline did a terrific piece on Vaccines as I spoke of earlier. I get this cable for only twelve bucks and happy with that, for I really don’t have that much time..and limit my viewing to favorites and meaningful featured programs.

  5. M. Terry says:

    April 28th, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    Wow. The 1976 vaccine worked so well that people in other countries on a different continent benefited. Since vaccines work that well, I guess I never have to get vaccinated for anything, as long as someone, somewhere, got the shot. Awesome.

  6. Michael says:

    April 28th, 2010 at 8:50 pm


    I could do without TV. I do watch the occasional movie on the weekend though.

    One of these days I’m going to make it a New Year’s resolution: Unplug. But given the inevitably of economic collapse staring at us in the face, I don’t think I have much say in the matter.

  7. Iluvatar says:

    April 28th, 2010 at 11:52 pm

    @ JQ: Hey that was really choice, gonna have to remember that: “smell the Sanka”. Can I steal it from you?

    I am installing real antennas again. Gonna roust those teenagers OFF the couch and put their proverbial butts to work (wanna watch something other than a screen of snow?, THEN get UP!)

    @ Terry: DUDE! Have you considered becoming a professional comedian??? Just to know what your success potential might be – I laughed for a solid 10 minutes straight after reading your post! You are the BOMB!!! Please give it your strongest consideration -OR- consider running for President? Either way? We win.

    @ Michael: when I said that I don’t watch TV; I meant that I don’t watch CABLE. The master bedroom is a monitor only. And the ONLY thing you can see there are MOVIES (VCR/DVD’s). And that is the only thing I watch (& collect – for retirement). Loving Ridley Scott’s “The Kingdom of Heaven” and all 3 DVDs of “UnderWorld” (“we can be slaves OR we can be Lycans!!!). Actually, the 3rd movie excels in that is a true “Romeo & Juliet” style movie: Lucian and Sonja. Mike Sheen kicked some major BUTT in that one; and Rhona Mitra is to die for (although way too young for me).

    The VCR is loaded with a tear-jerker (at least I end up crying like a baby) “Bridges of Madison County”. Man I love it when he first shows up asking for directions and asking for her help and Streep replies: “Sure, I am not splitting the atom anytime this afternoon”. Or something to that effect. Reminds me of my firey existentialist Mom who was also a “war bride”. Streep NAILED the movements of European women – with her hand clapping and physical gestures – my Mom DID exactly the same thing! How did Streep lknow how to do that???? But my Mon? Man, what a firebrand SHE was!!

    DUDE: why not put QUALITY back into your lives????

    @ Michael: oh yeah, me too. Trying to get rid of the “stuff” is leading to a race condition. Trying to beat the toxic break-down of our country. But I am not giving up my stereo: the music keeps me alive…(this is another post)

    Like I said; I can’t seem to get to Valdosta soon enough!! Stay on point dude…

    @ MODERATOR: Hey I know I was supposed to take a break; but this was kinda personally addressed to me? Do I need to type:

    “I promise to never, EVER clog up Karen’s Blog site again” for about 100 times? With my typos, I will NEVER get there!

    Hey it was just 1 post! Please don’t hammer me!

  8. Iluvatar says:

    April 29th, 2010 at 5:03 am

    @ Mike: When I said “stay on point”; I meant it in a military way – NOT a “blog way”. Constant awareness of the upcoming short-fire ambush that will happen in the economic sense. I apologize for any mis-confusion I just caused.

    The upcoming economic war is the only thing that matters now – we are way passed “blogging” etiquette. Something that I never learned./

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