Ten Questions Ignored by the Authorities on Swine Flu Vaccines

Ten Questions – Natural News

1) Where are the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies proving flu vaccines are both safe and effective?

2) Where, then, is the so-called “science” backing the idea that flu vaccines work at all?

3) How can methyl mercury (Thimerosal, a preservative used in flu vaccines) be safe for injecting into the human body when mercury is an extremely toxic heavy metal?

4) Why do reports keep surfacing of children and teens suffering debilitating neurological disorders, brain swelling, seizures and even death following flu vaccines or HPV vaccines?

5) Why don’t doctors recommend vitamin D for flu protection, especially when vitamin D activates the immune response far better than a vaccine?

6) If human beings need flu vaccines to survive, then how did humans survive through all of Earth’s history?

7) If the flu vaccine offers protection against the flu, then why are the people who often catch the flu the very same people who were vaccinated against it?

8) If the flu vaccine really works, then why was there no huge increase in flu death rates in 2004, the year when flu vaccines were in short supply and vaccination rates dropped by 40%?

9) How can flu vaccines reduce mortality by 50% (as is claimed) when only about 10% of winter deaths are related to the flu in the first place?

10) If flu vaccines work so well, then why are drug makers and health authorities so reluctant to subject them to scientific scrutiny with randomized, placebo-controlled studies?

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One Response to “Ten Questions Ignored by the Authorities on Swine Flu Vaccines”

  1. ahrcanum Says:

    #5- I recall reading intravenous Vitamin C works as well although I don’t think this is on the shelf or the drs office.

    The authorities already know the answers to your question. It is now time citizens get educated to make their own decisions without forced vaccinations.

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