Cervical Cancer Jab – Some truth please…

Challenging You Blogspot

By Jon Hoff

October 1, 2009

In amongst all the disgusting propaganda unleashed in this mornings press only one news site carries some worthwhile opinion on the case of poor Natalie Morton, a 14 year old girl who died after receiving the cervical cancer jab. That article is from Natural News.

Today, the mainstream media is reporting an obviously-fabricated explanation for her death. A pathologist is declaring that Natalie died from a “malignant chest tumor” that just coincidentally and suddenly killed her within hours after she received the cervical cancer vaccine.

This explanation is obviously a cover story to protect the vaccine industry; and it’s not even a convincing cover story at that. Natalie Morton had never been diagnosed with a chest tumor before, and she showed absolutely no symptoms of a cancer tumor. Chest tumors don’t just “lash out” and attack their hosts all of a sudden, without warning. A typical death from a cancer tumor is more often a slow, painful wasting away that can take months or years. Natalie Morton was killed in hours, and the description of her symptoms exactly matches what might be expected from an inflammatory reaction to a chemical vaccine.

Indeed, as common sense screams, you would have to be a ‘coincidence theorist’ of the most mind boggling proportions to be convinced that she died of a cancerous chest tumour just hours after she had an injection, turned dizzy, fainted and then collapsed and died.

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Comment from Leslie

Brava – I love it when people think – and challenge -excellent blog post with references to other articles on the HPV vaccine.¬† Remember the child’s tale “The Emperor Has No Clothes?”¬† Question authority~!

PG

Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.