Why You Should be Concerned about the Swine Flu Vaccine and Your Family

Table of contents for Swine Flu

  1. Why You Should be Concerned about the Swine Flu Vaccine and Your Family
  2. Empower Yourself with Knowledge of the Flu Vaccine Types
  3. Improve Your Body’s Natural Defense Against Swine Flu and Other Infections

Let’s look at a few reasons why more concern is unfolding regarding the flu vaccine and your family’s safety than the swine flu itself.

Below is various info I came across as well as excerpts from Fox News’ interview on September 23, 2009 with Dr. Kent Holtorf, an expert in autoimmune diseases. His interview created international concern over the new flu vaccine. See link below for full interview.(1)

The first concern is that the vaccine was rushed to market.

Dr. Holtorf said, “I have more concern about the vaccine than I do about the swine flu. It’s been rushed to market.”

An article by LeuRockwell.com’s Bill Sardi stated his research on the flu shots also confirmed this:

This is the first year mock vaccines have been used to gain FDA approval. Mock vaccines are made to gain approval of the manufacturing method and then the prevalent virus strain in circulation is added just days before it is actually placed into use. Don’t subject your children to experimental vaccines. Yes, these vaccines have been tested on healthy kids and adults, but they are not the same vaccines your children will be given.(2)

The second main concern is the toxicity of the adjunct in the flu shot, a substance added to increase its performance.

The main adjunct in the swine flu vaccine is Thimerosal, a compound containing mercury.

Read this alarming quote that I found straight off the FDA’s own website:

Over the past several years, because of an increasing awareness of the theoretical potential for neurotoxicity of even low levels, Thimerosal has been removed from or reduced to trace amounts in all vaccines routinely recommended for children 6 years of age and younger, with the exception of inactivated influenza vaccine.(3)

Dr. Holtorf’s concerns over the adjunct include possible autism, as well as high risk for children, pregnant women, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia patients:

There are high levels of adjuncts, which make it more potent. It’s kind of an unrefined method that they used. They had to use high levels of these adjuncts, including Thimerosal… it’s been shown to cause autism in children with mitochondrial dysfunction. and the problem is you don’t know if your child has mitochondrial dysfunction. I also worry about children and other people with blood brain barrier dysfunction, or it’s not fully developed, which include children, pregnant women, chronic neurological illnesses, and chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. People been devastated by these vaccines.

The toxicity risk has caused Dr. Holtorf to refuse to give it to his own children.

When asked about giving the H1N1 vaccine to his own kids, he replied:

I definitely would not…You are rolling the dice. It is a proven neurotoxin. It has 25,000 times the level of mercury than would be considered toxic if a food or water…It’s too big a risk.

What action should you take this flu season?

Classic symptoms of the swine flu are the same as the seasonal flu:

cough, fever, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills, fatigue, some vomiting and diarrhea

Dr. Holtorf recommends that you call your physician if you have a continual fever for more than 3 hours, if your fever returns after a few hours, or you are a person at high risk.

This post is Part 1 of a 3 Part Series.
Part 2 will explain the two different types of swine flu vaccines, how they are produced, how statistics are determined, and important label info from the vaccine’s manufacturer.
Part 3 will give you easy, safe and natural ways to prevent the flu and other infections.

1. Watch the Full Fox News interview with Dr. Kent Holtorf
2. Article by Bill Sardi, 18 Reasons Why You Should Not Vaccinate Your Children Against the Flu
3. FDA’s quote on the danger of Thimerosal

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