Want Grandchildren? Don’t Give Your Kids the Swine Flu ShotVaccination
Here’s the dirty little secret about the swine flu vaccine. It contains antigens from PORCINE (pig) glyco-proteins (viruses are a form of glyco-proteins) bonded with a powerful oil-in-water “adjuvant” called squalene. What do these ingredients do and why on earth are they in the swine flu vaccine? The reason these ingredients are included in the vaccine is because they cause the immune system to hyper react to the shot itself, thereby allowing the vaccine to be “watered down” (for lack of a better lay term) and still achieve the desired immune response. The reason this vaccine is watered down is because so many doses had to be readied in such a short amount of time. Therefore, more doses could be prepared from each batch of vaccine.
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