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Swine Flu Vaccinations and connections to Narcolepsy

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posted on Aug, 20 2010 @ 07:11 PM
Here in Finland, there have been increasing cases of children getting narcolepsy - with the common thing in them being they took the H1N1 vaccination.

The National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) is to determine if vaccine for the H1N1 swine flu could be linked to an increase in cases of narcolepsy among children. Doubts arose when a Finnish child neurologist noticed an increased level in the number of narcolepsy cases this year. Similar observations have been noticed in Sweden, reports the tabloid Iltalehti. Medical officials in Sweden are also examining a possible link between the Pandemrix vaccine and narcolepsy, according to the newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. The Swedish news agency TT reports six cases with a possible link to the vaccine. A patient suffering from narcolepsy may suddenly fall asleep, for example, while, speaking or eating without prior warning. Their muscles may also suddenly weaken, causing them to suddenly collapse. There is no known cure for the disease.

Link to the Article

Have not found too much on this from elsewhere on the web..

Here's another news article (It is in finnish though..)”voinut-laukaista-aivosairauden”
Google translated version: Google Translated Article

More links on the issue: (Another discussion on another webpage, contains useful information nevertheless)

Will edit the OP if I find more useful links..

Anyway, what you think? There might be something to this?
I'm happy at the moment that I didnt take the vaccination.

posted on Aug, 20 2010 @ 07:20 PM
From what I know both from my own experience and from people I know that are rather involved with the whole thing, the virus was created to get people to take the vaccinations, which will cause a lot of diseases and illnesses in the coming times for those whom were fooled to take the vaccinations, and more will die from the vaccinations than from the "swine flu" itself.

In fact more die from normal flu every year probably in 10 times higher numbers if not more than from the "swine flu" and you dont hear much about that.

And, it all connects to depopulation plans and mind control and population control.

posted on Aug, 24 2010 @ 05:44 AM
reply to post by Rodaggam

Yeah? From what I know this virus is actually created by an alien AI. Its ultimate plan is to turn people into cats.

Either way the Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare has now cancelled the Pandemrix vaccination program. In a normal year you get 2-7 new narcoleptic children. Following the vaccination program there have been 14 cases. It could be something other than the vaccination too that is causing this..

posted on Aug, 29 2010 @ 06:10 AM
I seen this in the news yesterday. I found the story very odd. I didn't think much of it. Some more of the mainstream news seem to be briefly mentioning it.

Then I thought about it.


narcolepsy noun
a medical condition which makes you go to sleep suddenly and when you do not expect it

Now, let that sink in a minute. Say if this became a widespread issue. Think about it.

How would that be if you were flying a big plane full of passangers?

Or driving a bus?

Just driving your kids to school.

All medical staff were supposed to take it. Where the military given this too? People working in nuclear facilities?

Is the narcolepsy the story to be used if people just start falling unconcious or into coma's and we start seeing terrible 'accidents'

This may be nothing but it also has the potential to be massive.

Stay Wake ! (pun intended)

[edit on 29-8-2010 by JohnySeagull]

posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 01:57 PM
I saw this article and it seems it is getting worse, this was posted on februari 8th 2011.

Twelve countries have reported suspected cases of narcolepsy linked to swine flu jabs, the World Health Organisation said on Tuesday as its scientists said the findings warranted more investigation. The WHO said in a statement that such sleep disorders, mainly in youngsters, had not been seen with vaccines in the past, and were more frequent in Sweden, Finland and Iceland than in other countries. However, the UN health agency decided to keep its advice in favour of vaccination, including with the Pandemrix vaccine highlighted in the study, because it still felt the benefits outweighed a relatively small risk, spokeswoman Alison Brunier said. Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder which causes extreme fatigue and often results in the patient falling soundly asleep without warning, even in the middle of an activity. The Pandemrix vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline was used in 47 countries worldwide during 2009-2010, according to WHO, and was included by the agency in donations made to poor nations during the flu pandemic. The WHO Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety (GACVS) last week reviewed data from a Finnish study, which found that children injected with the Pandemrix flu vaccine were nine times more likely to contract narcolepsy than those who were not vaccinated. "The committee agrees that further investigation is warranted concerning narcolepsy and vaccination against influenza (H1N1) 2009 with Pandemrix and other pandemic H1N1 vaccines," the WHO said. "An increased risk of narcolepsy has not been observed in association with the use of any vaccines whether against influenza or other diseases in the past," it added. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has also launched a probe into the suspected connection. "Since August 2010, following widespread use of vaccines against influenza (H1N1) 2009, cases of narcolepsy, especially in children and adolescents, have been reported from at least 12 countries," the WHO added. Brunier noted that the EMA -- the regulatory body responsible for approving the vaccine -- had not taken any action. "There's no change to the WHO's current position on use of pandemic influenza vaccines," she added. "This means that countries should continue vaccinating against H1N1 to immunise persons at risk of severe disease, using monovalent vaccines including Pandemrix if there is no trivalent seasonal vaccine available," she added. Monovalent vaccines target a single strain of flu while trivalent vaccines, more commonly used every flu season, are effective against three strains. The preliminary study by Finland's National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) published a week ago said the most likely explanation of the pattern found in four to 19 year olds was the "joint effect of the vaccine and some other factor(s)." It stressed that more investigation was needed. Last August, THL recommended discontinuing its use against A(H1N1) until it could study the signs of a connection.

posted on Jan, 22 2013 @ 06:53 PM

Found this article and thought some might be interested.

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