Originally posted by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
reply to post by ZindoDoone
Get to find out more about these vaccines by the day, a snip from your article:
Geffen (1950) noted in the 1949 epidemic 30 out of 182 paralytic patients under 5 had been immunised against diptheria, pertussis, or both within
weeks of contracting polio. In all of these cases the limb last injected was paralysed; in another seven cases a different limb was affected. In 21
of the 30 cases combined diptheria and pertussis vaccine had been used, APT in eight, and pertussis alone in one. Geffen calculated that the
proportion of children becoming paralysed after immunisation was of the order of 1 in 1800. The interval between injection and the developement of
polio was usually between 5 and 16 days (Geffen, Paterson and Tracy 1953)."--Wilson, The Hazards of Immunisation
Dr Arthur Gale of the Ministry of Health reported 65 cases from the Midlands, where paralysis followed about two weeks after an injection: in 49 of
these, paralysis occurred in the injected limb. Then it was reported that of 112 cases of paralysis admitted to the Park Hospital, London, during , 14
were paralysed in the limb which had received one or more of a course of immunising injections within the previous two months. In the majority of
cases, the interval between the last injection and the onset of paralysis was between 9 and 14 days. Again, combined whooping cough, diphtheria and
tetanus injections were involved.
How many of you actually do get a jab when going on holiday abroad? I'm just wondering if after reading about these jabs on polio & H1N1 whether
you will continue to take jabs before going abroad!!
Warning! This is purely my conjecture!
It seems to me, with reading that squalene is being touted as one of the potentially dangerous ingredients in vaccinations, that we may be having a
combined effect. Squalene is an oil (O30H50) that is found in many plant and animal sources, especially humans. It is used as a penetrant in cosmetics
and as a "good oil" in alternative medicine and health food circles.
It would not surprise me if it isn't the case, that the qualities that make it a good nervous system repair agent....all nerves and brain tissue are
mostly fats.....that adding it to the mercury preservatives that are STILL put into vaccines, cause that nervous system destroying metal to be drawn
into the nerves wherever it contacts them. Most people may be able to overcome this effect, because they may not have enough nerve damage from other
sources, that killing off a few cells affects them much.
But, for a person who is already a bit compromised, whether from inadequate nutrition and myelin thinning, or something else, that may well be the
tipping point, where the nerves simply die, causing paralysis.
Most problems are processes, where multiple factors contribute to a breakdown in the system. If the body uses available squalene to repair nervous
system damage or add to growth, and that squalene is contaminated with a poison, it stands to reason to me, that the poison would be more directly
delivered just where it could do the most damage. Unintended perhaps. But, dangerous nevertheless.
I would not hesitate to take squalene orally, as long as I was reasonably confident that the source is pure. Whatever contaminants may be present, I
trust my digestive tract to filter out the bad stuff, as it does every day with countless toxins that would destroy more sensitive tissues...as does
Injecting it though, knowing that it will be used by my own body to repair previous damage or support growth, would seem to me to be foolish, as any
contaminants would be literally woven into my cellular structure, seems too high a risk for me to take willingly.