This truly is a ‘Johnny-Come-Lately’ news article. The CDC / WHO were all to familiar with what this expert has to say about the H1N1 vaccination program and shot YET, these evil SOB’s pushed it onto children and pregnant women! Wall Street media did all it could to shut down and tune out ALL of the ‘experts’ that were saying the same as this expert and turn on full blast all the BS pushing the safety of the vaccine. One should ask… “Why is there NEVER two sides of the story when the story relates to vaccines? I will explain.
I never expect ANYONE who has NOT heard the news that vaccinations ARE a POPULATION CONTROL TOOL by those running the planet into the ground, to simply believe that. But don’t sit there and call me names like a spoiled child UNTIL YOU HAVE RESEARCHED IT FOR YOURSELF!
Here is a start. Ecoscience IS AN OFFICIAL US POLICY HANDBOOK. It describes how vaccines are to be used as a population control tool AMONG OTHER TECHNIQUES!! Order it, read it. Yes! The program is hidden IN PLAIN SIGHT!
Mass H1N1 immunisation ‘inappropriate’
Special thanks to Labvirus.com
6 April 2010 | by Simone Roberts Print this article Comments Share this article
The mass vaccination program for swine flu has come under fire from an infectious disease expert who says the risk of serious side effects was greater than any potential benefit for half the Australian population.
Writing in the latest issue of Australian Prescriber, Professor Peter Collignon, director of the Infectious Diseases Unit and Microbiology Department at The Canberra Hospital, said the Government’s response to the virus was “inappropriate”, fuelled by fears about its spread that were out of proportion to the real threat posed by the disease.
“Overall, swine flu has been associated with fewer deaths than seasonal influenza and is of low virulence,” he wrote.
Professor Collignon said the risk of side effects from the vaccine was greater than any potential benefit for 50 per cent of the Australian population, who were likely already immune because of pre-existing immunity or recent infection.
“In any mass vaccination campaign, those who are already immune are unlikely to get additional benefits from the vaccine, but remain at risk of adverse effects,” he wrote.
“In young people without risk factors, the rates of death and complications last winter from swine flu were very low and are similar to the risk of serious vaccine-associated adverse effects such as Guillain-Barré syndrome and anaphylaxis.”
According to Prof Collignon, around 50 per cent of people who received the H1N1 vaccine in the Australian trial had mild to moderate systemic adverse effects and 1.7 per cent had adverse effects recorded as severe.
In children, 20 per cent had moderate to severe systemic adverse effects after receiving a single 15 microgram dose of vaccine.
“It is very important that we make sure we do more good than harm with any vaccine,” Prof Collignon said, calling for large, prospective long-term studies on the safety and efficacy of influenza vaccines before embarking on further mass immunisation programs.
Prof Collignon also criticised the use of multidose vials in the vaccination program, saying it put patients at “needless additional risk” of contracting infections such as Staphylococcus aureus, hepatitis B and HIV.