posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 09:06 PM
Sundancer, I live in the Cayman Islands. My perception of our government is that we try to emulate the U.S., except where taxation and
offshore-banking is concerned (don't get me started..............)
I think that our goverment will bid heavily for the H1N1 vaccine, and will probably fall short of the 47,000 required to vaccinate everyone.
Therefore, it will be construed as a "priviledged" thang. Thus, I don't think it will be mandatory here.
Short answer: Hell, no, I will not and my Bride will not take the jab. We will rely upon our own immune systems to do what they've always done,
augmented with some D3, L-Lysine, Vit. C and CoQ-10........ and a lotta love and perhaps some green tea splashed with dark rum.
Will not take Tamiflu either. D'you know how many viruses, of all those known, that Western medicine can cure? Zero. None. Only the human body
can conquer them. Mine is pretty good at kicking virus' femtobutts so far. No reason to think I need anything else to battle this flu, even
though I believe it to be artificially created.
We may well be the only people on this little island with a fully functional sweat lodge. Okay, it's not really a lodge -- more of a hovel, but
that doesn't make it any less effective.
Be safe, friend.