posted on Sep, 27 2009 @ 10:53 AM
This is hardly stunning... you are going to have people (including doctors, scientists, you name it), go both ways. There is a LONG KNOWN list of
possible symptoms associated with vaccines. Typically the chance to get an ill effect by virtue of the vaccine is quite low. During our last largest
vaccination effort, it was 1 in 100,000.
So the question becomes: Is the risk of swine flu greater than the 1 in 100,000 chance of receiving an ill side effect from the vaccine?
For most who are healthy, with the flu in its current condition, the answer is probably no.
However, for those with children or who themselves are at higher risk, the answer may well be yes. This has a higher mortality rate among those with
existing conditions than previous flu viruses, so you may decide the risk is much greater to get the swine flu.
I still don't get why this is confusing to some folks. Of course, if you are on the side of the fence that believes the NWO put some super-secret
deadly agent in it to thin the population, that's a horse of another color.