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"Detainees at JTF Guantanamo are considered to be at higher risk and therefore they will be offered the H1N1 vaccination," Haynie said.
Originally posted by SaturnFX
I love the word sheeple...its basically a statement that means anyone whom does not believe things in a certain way are clearly dumb and lead along by whomever
Who are sheeple? everyone...to the dems its a rep, to the reps its the dems.
To a skeptic, the sheeple are the UFO people lead by book sellers, and to a UFOlogist, the skeptics are sheeple for being lead by cover-up specialists.
To a person whom believes the vaccine to this is legit, the sheeple are the ones following glen beck and other conspiracy theorists, etc etc etc.
NaturalNews) The propaganda push for flu vaccines has reached a level of absurdity that's just begging to be made fun of. Today, a flu vaccine story appearing in Reuters claimed that injecting pregnant women with flu shots would increase the birth weight of their babies by half a pound. That same story claimed flu shots are so healthy for pregnant women that they also prevent premature births
When it comes to pushing drugs and vaccines, Big Pharma never misses an opportunity to misrepresent science in order to fabricate statistical support for some silly claim. Using the same statistical quackery as the drug companies, I could easily design a meta-analysis study that would find flu shots prevent skin wrinkles. And then, with a little help from Big Pharma it would be a simple matter to get some medical journal to publish the article. The mainstream media, for its part, would then declare, "Flu shots prevent skin wrinkles!"
That's because in modern medicine today, clinical trials are a joke. When a researcher sets out to create a study or clinical trial with a pre-ordained conclusion rather than an open mind, he can accomplish that in a variety of ways: By excluding study participants that don't fit his conclusion, by eliminating data sets from meta-analysis studies, by controlling the timeline of the study to end it before side effects start to appear, and so on.
Originally posted by damwel
RFID chips are too large to be slipped into you with a vaccine. It takes a way larger needle. So that's not true.