posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 04:23 PM
reply to post by NavyDoc
For instance the influenza vaccine is never the newer strains that have mutated, they are instead old vaccines that have run their course. When the
herd gets the vaccine it brings it back into the community and therefore infects others for the first 24 hours the vaccinated goes back to school,
work or the market place insuring the illness gets spread once again.
Every time a person is injected with a virus it makes their body less able to fight the newer strains that will affect them in the same year they
take the older vaccine.
The vaccinated then has a lower defense system and is unable to fight the newer strain. The pharmaceutical companies are not out to stop the spread
of flu viruses, its money in the bag for them year after year.
What gets me is that whenever the big PUSH for vaccinations happens in my community you can bet that people are going to get sick. Remember
vaccinations are viruses. Viruses are scheduled to spread and vaccines are one method to ensure that chain of events. Vaccines, antibiotics,
over/under the counter medicine sales rise. Money.
here is an interesting link I just found over at Stevequayle:
dit on 8-10-2012 by antar because: (no reason given)