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Originally posted by antar
I am sorry, but it is getting so bad that I wonder some times if it wouldn't be best for humanity to have to start over, but the worst part of that line of thinking is that the only ones that would survive some epidemic would be the very same consciousness of people who have allowed things to get to this point in the first place.
The extra respiratory lesions of influenza are neither constant nor characteristic. Irrespective of localization, they have the same fundamental ESIOpathology characterized by : Vascular damage. Hemorrhage.
Organization with or without infection.
A basis for the interpretation of the respiratory lesions o/ influenza is offered by the analogous changes in the respiratory tract initiated by the inhalation of poisonous gases.
The respiratory lesions are dependent primarily upon the damage produced by the true etiological agent and the systemic capacity to compensate, and only secondarily upon invasion by the bacterial flora of the mouth and inspired air.
In gas poisoning it has been demonstrated that the initial damage to the epithelium of the larger air passages is followed by an invasion of the pulmonary parenchyma by the bacteria of the mouth.
Repeated cultures from the mouth before the exposure of the animal to gas have been followed by the recovery of the same organisms, including the pneumococci, the streptococci, the staphylococci, and a gram-negative, hemoglobinophilic, small bacillus from the pneumonic lung.
They find their way into the lung after the destruction or :"incapacitation of the upper respiratory tract, into a lung which has been so damaged by the irritative gas that bacteria innocuous in the normal
pharynx now find a favorable medium for their development.
There is no reason why this analogy should not be drawn, no reason why we should not consider that the unknown etiological agent in influenza produces a similar injury to, or even destruction of, the protective mechanism of the respiratory tract.
Similarly, gas and influenza damage the pulmonary parenchyma itself, so that the bacteria of the air and of the mouth which find their way into the damaged lung* initiate processes and produce complications which may not be distinguished.
"Cheesman and Meltzer (24) demonstrated as early as 1898 the importance of primary injury for the localization and
development of secondary infecting bacteria.
Originally posted by czacza1
I am for a long time pretty suspicious about all that shots issue.
personally I never took any and I do not intended too.
Originally posted by crw2006
I will never take a flu shot.
Originally posted by srsrecords
Back in '05, I took a flu shot
Since then I've refused any and all vaccines.
Originally posted by Oreyeon
I refuse to get vaccinated for anything, and always have.
Originally posted by mystiq
I advice everyone to stay away from flu vaccines as we are in dangerous times.
The vaccine prevents influenza illness in approximately 70%-90% of healthy adults under 65 years of age. A study of children from 1 to 15 years of age showed that inactivated influenza vaccine was 77%-91% effective in preventing influenza respiratory illness.
Originally posted by questioningall
reply to post by Smokersroom
Great - those who think a flu shot is fine..... well... go for it.
Originally posted by Flighty
[edit on 9-3-2009 by Flighty]
Originally posted by MattMulder
Start thinking outside the box. The best bioweapon doesn't need you to get a shot for it to work. Assuming we know 20% of the scientific advances of our time , because of media-governement-etc cover-up, maybe the flu activation process can be transmitted genetically. Ever thought of that?
Originally posted by questioningall
reply to post by Smokersroom
Also, with the ruling from the Supreme court that pharma companies will no longer be liable for any bad product they put out if the FDA approved them... Imagine the stuff they are going to produce now........ including "OH, sorry, we "accidently" shipped LIVE flu viruses in the flu shots".
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court forcefully rejected calls Wednesday for limiting consumer lawsuits against drug makers, upholding a $6.7 million jury award to a musician who lost her arm to gangrene following an injection.
The decision is the second this term to reject business groups’ arguments that federal regulation effectively pre-empts consumer complaints under state law.
Big Pharma has long conspired with the FDA to approve knowingly dangerous (and deadly) drugs that are then marketed to the public through a process known as “disease mongering,” in which drug companies scare up new health conditions in order to convince people they need to be medicated. Practically the entire pharmaceutical industry is based on this unholy alliance between the corrupt FDA (www.naturalnews.com...) and a profit-seeking drug industry (www.naturalnews.com...…), and if the Supreme Court had granted Big Pharma immunity on any drug approved by the FDA, it could have unleashed a treacherous era of Big Pharma arrogance and the virtual abandonment of any remaining safety measures by the industry
With full legal immunity, Big Pharma would have been able to market practically any poison as a “drug,” regardless of how many people were killed. Even many of its current drugs are, admittedly, little more than poison. For example, the most popular blood thinning drug sold today — coumadin — is literally made out of the same chemical used in rat poison (www.naturalnews.com...). Many psychiatric drugs given to children today are just re-branded amphetamine street drugs like “speed.”
To the great benefit of the American People (and the lawyers who represent them against drug companies), the Supreme Court has now nailed the coffin shut on Big Pharma pre-emption. Sadly, this decision still cannot raise from the grave all the hundreds of thousands of Americans who have already been killed by dangerous, FDA-approved prescription medications, but perhaps from this point forward, enough lawsuits can proceed that drug companies will either be put out of business or be forced to calculate the economic cost of killing patients while facing a wave of resulting litigation.