H1N1 vaccine liquidation sale now on: Hurry while supplies last!

Natural News.com

Friday, December 18, 2009
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) All of a sudden, H1N1 vaccines are available all across America. Walgreens and other pharmacies are pushing the vaccines as if there were an “everything must go” liquidation sale under way. Hurry, get your swine flu vaccine today before everybody figures out they’re useless!

The marketability of vaccines has a strict time limit. They’re only in demand during the fear phase of a pandemic, and that fear phase has long since faded for H1N1. Virtually everyone who wants an H1N1 vaccine has already received one, and the rest of the population is beginning to notice something quite curious: People who got the vaccine are no better off than those who skipped it. In fact, there’s no difference in mortality between those who were vaccinated and those who weren’t, indicating yet again that the swine flu vaccine was a medical hoax to begin with.

If you don’t believe me, just ask the potentially hundreds of thousands of parents who gave their children one of the recently recalled H1N1 children’s vaccines. These vaccines were recalled because they were found to be so weak that they were medically useless. But observant parents are noticing a curious fact: Children who received the “useless” (recalled) vaccine have been no worse off than those who received a full-strength vaccine.

The strength of the vaccine, in fact, appears to be entirely irrelevant to the health outcomes of children. Vaccine or not, strong or weak, children’s reaction to the pandemic has virtually nothing to do with any treatments offered by conventional medicine.

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