The truth about flu vaccine ineffectiveness continues to leak out, and it’s even seeping through the cracks of the scripted mainstream media. CBC News is now telling the truth, bringing forth evidence from Canadian infectious disease experts showing how flu shots have the opposite effect of what’s intended, especially for long-term immunity. CBC News is reporting that flu shots put people at greater risk for future H1N1 infections.
A flu shot remains a human health experiment, not a cure for the flu. Take GlaxoSmithKline’s FLULAVAL for example. The package insert reads, “there have been no controlled trials adequately demonstrating a decrease in influenza disease after vaccination with FLULAVAL.” This means anyone who takes the shot is being experimented on. Flu shots aren’t real preventive medicine, especially when they contain toxic mercury.
But it turns out that flu shots are worse than previously thought. According to Canadian infectious disease experts, flu shots make their subjects more susceptible to future, more dangerous influenza infections.
Flu shots not only a shot in the dark but also a shot with future health risks
Anyone who studies viruses understands that a vaccine targets one strain of virus, stimulating the human body to build up antibodies against that specific virus strain. In the case of influenza, vaccine manufacturers take a shot in the dark each year, not knowing which strain of flu virus is going to take off and spread. This means that anyone who takes a flu shot is taking a shot in the dark too, since it’s all guesswork.
While a subject may be stimulating their immune system to build up specific antibodies, they are only doing this for a specific strain of virus. This allows other strains of influenza to have more influence when a subject comes in contact with them in real time. The flu shot also encourages viruses to mutate faster to survive, making flu shot subjects more susceptible to more powerful strains in the future. Flu shots are really just a hoax, creating lifelong customers for the medical system.
Dr. Don Low, a microbiologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, thinks that healthcare authorities need to re-evaluate their policies for preventing influenza. Commenting on the study findings, he said, “This is obviously important data to help guide policy decisions. How can we best protect people against influenza?”
The Canadian research involves four studies and about 2,000 people. The observations were telling. The people who were subjected to seasonal flu vaccines in the past were most likely to come down with the H1N1 virus in the future. By focusing on one strain of virus, flu vaccines subject the body to future danger, facilitating the entry of other virus strains into the body. Dr. Low said dengue fever is another virus that commonly takes advantage of the seasonally vaccinated.
Vaccination philosophy spiraling out of control, creating lifelong customers
In this way, more people are beginning to see vaccination for what it truly is: a cycle of dependence on medical system intervention that creates lifelong customers. For example, look at the CDC’s 1983 vaccination schedule compared to 2015’s schedule.[PDF] The vaccine recommendations continue to spiral out of control with each year, showing how the philosophy of vaccination is flawed, rooted in creating lifelong customers while causing viruses to mutate into more dangerous strains. How many vaccines will be needed 50 years from now?Twice as many? Over a hundred?
The truth about flu vaccines is becoming so apparent that many health authorities in Quebec have considered canceling their recommendations for seasonal flu shots for healthy individuals. “We don’t know with this year’s flu shot how it interacts with the pandemic flu shot, so it’s a worry,” said Dr. Michael Gardam, director of infectious diseases prevention and control at the Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion.
“It makes the decision-making a lot more complex,” Dr. Perry Kendall, British Columbia’s provincial health officer, said in Victoria. “It would be very nice to have information cut and dried, and very clear in advance in plenty of time to make the decisions. But that isn’t unfortunately the world that we’re living in.”
Ontario resident Melissa Cass said she used to get an annual flu shot but told CBC News, “If I knew that it was a risk to get H1N1, I wouldn’t get any of them. I would just be as I am and just, you know, take all the precautions I possibly can for flus, and that’s it.”