posted on Nov, 20 2009 @ 02:49 AM
I also just found this which I find a little odd, it appears another product has been infected with this! Accident or conspiracy?
Different manufacturer and both products can be used to treat flu symptoms?
Has the smoking gun just been found? I think this is pretty serious to be honest.
This bacteria is extremely hardy and can even live in antiseptic! It sometimes displays no symptoms of infection and in a host with weakened immune
system can lead to a rapid decline in lung function and result in death. With Wiki claiming a 35% death rate back in the 80's.
"BCC organisms are typically found in water and soil and can survive for prolonged periods in moist environments" Wiki Quote: So it will do just
fine in a flu spray for quite a while, and any infection could be blamed on natural causes. I guess P&G and J&J don't have that "you can't take me
to court card" hence the recall announcement, but no mention of batches to be recalled. This could be the ticking bomb waiting for the vaccinated..
What else is out there waiting to be discovered?!?
[edit on 20-11-2009 by Bunker or Bust]