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Mercury, a vaccine preservative, was withdrawn from childhood jabs five years ago after evidence linked it to brain damage.
However, the Sunday Express has discovered the pandemic vaccine, to be rolled out across the country within weeks, contains the heavy metal.
It also contains a chemical called squalene, used to stimulate the immune system to respond to the vaccine. Some scientists believe squalene is linked to autoimmune illnesses including multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.
Squalene was included in the anthrax jab given to British and US soldiers during the 1991 Gulf War. Many claim it caused them permanent neurological damage, known as “Gulf War syndrome”.
Female soldiers given the vaccine were advised not to become pregnant for at least 18 months because of the risk of birth defects.
The swine flu vaccine could be given to more than 11million Britons in “at-risk” groups. These include asthmatics, heart patients and those with compromised immune systems.
But medical professionals and health campaigners are concerned about the risks of the cocktail of chemicals it contains.
3. The military and federal health agencies have long kept their SQUALENE experiments on U.S. military troops secret because they know that oil-based adjuvants wreak havoc with immune function, causing the body to attack itself. Matsumoto documents how federal and military officials have often been caught lying about the SQUALENE in military vaccines.
Originally posted by shockme
I'm scared they're going to force it on us. I start college next week and they've already forced me to take a MMR vaccine, threatening that I wouldn't be able to go to any college in the next 10 years without it. Now this is coming out and I'm directly in the middle of the "at risk" group.
It's obvious to me that this was planned a long time ago. The stupid vaccine came out only months after the outbreak. Doesn't it usually take years to make vaccines, and test them? Make sure they're actually safe? Well, actually that would defeat the entire purpose of them I guess.