Monday, June 22, 2009

The Truth about the Flu Shot by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

The Truth about the Flu Shot by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny 

"By 1853, Parliament began passing laws to make the untested vaccine compulsory throughout the British Empire. Other countries of Europe followed suit. Once the economic implications of compulsory vaccinations were realized, few dared to disagree. Then, as now, the media were controlled by the vaccine manufacturers and the government, who stood to make huge money from the sale of these spurious vaccines."... Tim O'Shea

1. What's in the regular flu shot?

Egg proteins: including avian contaminant viruses

Gelatin: known to cause allergic reactions and anaphylaxis are usually associated with sensitivity to egg or gelatin.

Polysorbate 80 (Tween80™): can cause severe allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis.

Formaldehyde: known carcinogen

Triton X100: a strong detergent

Sucrose: table sugar

Resin: known to cause allergic reactions

Gentamycin: an antibiotic

Thimerosal: Mercury is still in multidose vials

2. Do flu shots work?

Not in babies: In a review of more than 51 studies involving more than 294,000 children it was found there was "no evidence that injecting children 6-24 months of age with a flu shotwas any more effective than placebo. In children over 2 yrs, it was only effective 33% of the time in preventing the flu. Reference: Vaccines for preventing influenza in healthy children." The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2 (2008).

Not in children with asthma: A study 800 children with asthma, where one half were vaccinated and the other half did not receive the influenza vaccine. The two groups were compared with respect to clinic visits, emergency department (ED) visits, and hospitalizations for asthma. CONCLUSION: This study failed to provide evidence that the influenza vaccine prevents pediatric asthma exacerbations.

Reference: Christly, C. et al. Arch Dis Child. 2004 Aug;89(8):734-

Not in children with asthma (2): "The inactivated flu vaccine, Flumist, does not prevent influenza-related hospitalizations in children, especially the ones with asthma…In fact, children who get the flu vaccine are more at risk for hospitalization than children who do not get the vaccine." Reference: The American Thoracic Society's 105th International Conference, May 15-20, 2009, San Diego.

Not in adults: In a review of 48 reports including >66,000 adults, "Vaccination of healthy adults only reduced risk of influenza by 6% and reduced the number of missed work days by less than one day (0.16) days. It did not change the number of people needing to go to hospital or take time off work." Reference: The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. "Vaccines for preventing influenza in healthy adults" 1 (2006)

Not in the Elderly: In a review of 64 studies in 98 flu seasons, For elderly living in nursing homes, flu shots were non-significant for preventing the flu. For elderly living in the community, vaccines were not (significantly) effective against influenza, ILI or pneumonia.

Reference: "Vaccines for preventing influenza in the elderly. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 3(2006).

3. What about the new Swine Flu shot?

A new report from a WHO advisory group predicts that global production of vaccine for the novel H1N1 influenza virus could be as much as 4.9 billon doses a year, far higher than previous estimates.

The report says that vaccine makers are expected to produce about 780 million doses of seasonal flu vaccine for the northern hemisphere's 2008-09 flu season for the US

350 million doses will be ready by June 30

430 million doses will be ready by July 31

June 12 Announcement:

H1N1 vaccine to be made by Novartis. It will be made in PER.C6 cells (human retina cells) and contain MF59, a potentially debilitating adjuvant

Federal health officials will probably recommend that most Americans get three flu shots this fall: one regular flu shot and two doses of any vaccine made against the new swine flu strain.

The "working hypothesis" of the CDC is that most Americans will need two swine flu shots to get full protection, although the elderly (people born before 1957) may be able to get away with just one," said Dr. Anne Schuchat, the agency's director of immunization and respiratory disease.

4. Is Mandatory Vaccination Possible?

1946: USPHS was establishment and EO 9708 was signed, listing the communicable diseases that could be corralled using quarantines

Between 1946 and 2003: Cholera, diphtheria, TB, typhoid, smallpox, yellow fever, viral hemorrhagic fevers have been added

April 4, 2003: EO 13295 added SARS to the list.

April 1, 2005: EO 13295 amended to include "Influenza caused by novel or re-emergent influenza viruses that are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic

The power to quarantine was delegated by the President to the Sec of HHS to be determined at his or her discretion

Sec of HHS was given the power to arrange for the "apprehension and examination of persons reasonably thought to be infected." A cough or a fever could put a person at risk for being quarantined for an extended period of time and without recourse

January 28, 2003: Introduction of Project BioShield during Bush's State of the Union Address. This created a permanent "indefinite funding authority to develop "medical countermeasures"

New authority was given to the NIH to speed R&D of drugs and vaccines and emergency approval was given to "fast tracked" drugs and vaccines if needed without the regular course of safety testing

December 17, 2006: Division E: Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act was added as an addendum added to the Defense Appropriations Bill HR 2863 at 11:20p on Saturday night, long after House Committee members had signed off on the bill and gone home for the holidays. Section (b)(1) states:

The Sec of HHS can make a determination that a "disease, health condition or threat" constitutes a public health emergency. He or she may then recommend "the manufacture, testing, development, administration, or use of one or more covered counter measures…" A covered countermeasure, defined in Division E, is a "pandemic product, vaccine or drug.

Division E also provides complete liability protection for all drugs, vaccines or biological products deemed a "covered countermeasure" for an outbreak of any kind. Protection has been given to the drug companies for any product for any public health emergency declared by Sec of HHS.

Pharma is now protected from all accountability, unless criminal intent to harm can be proven by the injured party. Drug companies are protected from lawsuits, even if they know the drug will be harmful.

4. What can I do?

These are just suggestions; you may have many more of your own! Add to this Action List and Spread the word to make it grow.

Give this information to everyone you love and everyone you know

Contact local first responders (EMTs, Paramedics, Fireman, etc). Let them know what is in the shots and that *they* will be the first ones to get it.

Contact local police and discuss concerns about mandatory vaccination. You go to church and to the grocery store with these folks and their kids play with your kids. They are not "scary" people. (take them coffee and doughnuts to get in the door....

Contact local city council members about liberties and constitutional rights to refuse what is inserted/injected into your body.

Write a small article for LOCAL, community newspapers. Watch for samples on

Have at least 3 weeks of food and water at your house and be prepared to voluntarily self-quarantine of given no other options.

Stock up on Vitamin D3 (3000IU per person), Vitamin A, Vitamin C, etc and homeopathics for the flu

Someone told me if you had to get the shot, *immediately* afterward, rub the area hard and brisk with 1/2 of a freshly cut lemon. I don't know if that will help, but it certainly can't hurt.

Check out . A pdf of their oath for easy printing will be on I am sharing this with local military recruitment office, reservists and retired military people we know.

Connect with other activist organizations – those who support 2nd amendment issues, environmentalists, and animal rights folks. Help spread the word about their passion and get them involved with your.

You can't do it all, but you can do something! *

As stated years ago by Margaret Mead, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has."

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