does it really help?
Not according to this article.
I see that three new flu types are in this years abundant stock of 146 million shots.
Last year only 113 out of 140 million shots were used.
261 million "qualify" for shots, (I assume that is the 6 month to 18 year range), Recommended up from 6 months to 5 years previously.\
read it here.
So I look at it like this. They (the Federal Government and the CDC) want to give this shot containing 3 flu strains, (all new which is not
unprecidented but rare), to every kid from 6 months to 18 years, and under 9 yrs, they want to give you 2 shots, and I'm sure the adults as well,
(including recommending pregnant women and all over 50, those with chronic medical conditions, as well as pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine for all
65 and older)
check it out here
and the death rate has gone up and up,
Now here's what gets me.
"This year's formulation consists of three viral strains: Influenza A/Brisbane/59/2007 (H1N1), Influenza A/Brisbane/10-2007 (H3N2) and Influenza
but then, from content:
first, antivirals for fighting the flu?
"These two antivirals are recommended for treating the flu virus:
Each of these drugs can cause side effects, including lightheadedness, nausea, loss of appetite and difficulty breathing. They can also lead to the
development of antiviral-resistant viruses"
next, How about that flu shot?
"It does not, however, protect you against noninfluenza viral infections, such as those that cause the common cold. Many people mistakenly believe
they won't get sick at all if they have a flu shot. Unfortunately, that's not the case."
I haven't had a flu shot since the 70's. I have only been sick once, when I moved to a dryer, higher more extreme climate, and I cant say for sure
it was a flu or just a cold.
If this years inacculations are so advertised, (you can even get them at the voting booth one article says), and they increased the range of
"qualifying" people, (i.e. our kids), with 3 new strains, (which is evidently rare enough that they had to throw in that it is not unprecidented),
and they have just as much control group data stating the shots are ineffective as the once who say it could be the wrong strain when not effective,
or the control group was not large enough to get an accurate percentile, (which is saying basically, we can't prove it helps what-so-ever, but your
data saying it doesn't help is insufficient)
Then there can only be one conclusion.
If it smells like a rat, tastes like a rat, and poisons you like a rat, then they want to kill a lot more rats this year.
That must be the master plan for stocking all those FEMA coffins. See the threads below:
Please someone tell me my imagination is running wild.