The Different Shots
In the first part of this blog I will reveal the manufacturers that dispense their H1N1 vaccines to Europe and what kind of toxic substances are in them. Secondly, I will home in on those substances and expand on the nature of their respective toxicities.
As I was browsing the internet searching for official Dutch information on the H1N1 flu circus, the website called grieppandemie.nl caught my eye:
The “Veiligheid van het vaccin” (Safety of the vaccine) section, translates to:
So the EMEA is the agency to turn to in finding out what is in vaccines destined for member states of the EU. In addition to the Focetria (Novartis) and Pandemrix (GlaxoSmithKline) vaccines already approved for Europe, the EMEA also recommends another, supposedly adjuvant-free, vaccine called Celvapan from Baxter:
The EMEA writes:
Let’s first find out what’s in these first two vaccines, Focetria and Pandemrix, that have already been approved for use in Europe. Since it is emphasized in the above EMEA website excerpt that Celvapan contains no adjuvants, it is suggested that the other two do.
From the English package leaflet we read:
From the package leaflet we learn:
The leaflet package reveals:
The Different Poisons
In the second section of this blog I indicate the nature of the toxicity (read: health risks ) of the substances referenced in the previous section.
Mercury (Thimerosal or Thiomersal)
This part is an updated loose adaptation of a section of a previous blog of mine, called Toxic Mercury – Evidence of a Strong Poison.
What is this stuff?
Here are two quotes from the CDC and the National Academies stating that thimerosal in vaccines is basically all fine and dandy:
Regarding the first quote, if “no harmful effects have been reported from thimerosal at doses used in vaccines” then, while reading the next sentence, why promote the push to eliminate it from vaccines? The quote of and by itself by its mere formulation is oxymoronic and therefore suspicion raising.
Here’s a Material Safety Data Sheet of thimerosal:
Here’s a reference by a manufacturer of thimerosal ( Sigma and Aldrich ), given in the below picture, that provides it with T+,N hazard coding.
So what’s the meaning of these codes? The pictograms and hazard codes page indicates that T+ stands for “Extremely toxic” and N stands for “Dangerous for the environment.” Does that sound like stuff you want to have injected straight into your system?
Here is a portion of the abstract of a new peer-reviewed scientific study investigating thimerosal neurotoxicity. It states quite clearly that thimerosal induces autism-like neurotoxicity:
Now compare this new find with the embarrassing position the CDC still maintains:
Somebody better tell the CDC that thimerosal in vaccines is bad news after all. I doubt if they care to listen though.
In reference to the above new study one may argue that the study is an in vitro study and that to have a more accurate reflection of reality one should consider an in vivo study. In vitro here means direct application of mercury to the brain tissues examined. In vivo means here that the mercury is administered through needle into the bloodstream (of a living person). It depends on the strength of the blood-brain barrier whether or not this mercury will actually reach and affect the brain.
So the practical difference between an in vitro experiment and an in vivo experiment in this case is the blood-brain barrier (BBB), which if working to satisfaction should be able to obstruct thimerosal present in the blood from reaching the brain and so prevent it from doing damage.
This assumption however is obviously unjustified if and when the BBB is not working properly and as such is incapable of blocking mercury from entering the brain. So when is the BBB compromised? For one, the BBB is not fully functional in infants. Other reasons are given by Dr Blaylock:
Therefore, for the many people who have an impaired BBB, exposure to intravenously administered thimerosal does make them vulnerable to develop autism-like disorders or symptoms.
For a more detailed narrative on how mercury and mercurial compounds cause brain inflammation that may trigger Autism-like symptoms please read the Appendix of Toxic Mercury.
What is this stuff?
Looks pretty benign, no? Well, that seems to be the case if you consume it through regular channels, that is by eating or drinking it. The situation changes unfortunately when you have the stuff injected straight into your system. Now the substance suddenly is being perceived far from benign. You see when injected, squalene is then registered by your immune system as a foreign substance, i.e. something that should not be there. As a consequence, an immune response is triggered, meaning that your immune system will proceed with attacking squalene.
Unfortunately for you, squalene is not just present in the blood after you’ve received the flu shot. Squalene is also built-in into various nervous tissues across your body, including brain. So when your immune system attacks squalene it will also start attacking those bodily structures that have squalene incorporated in them as building blocks. That is, your own immune system becomes your own enemy. This is the essence of an autoimmune disease like for instance Gulf War Syndrome:
Here’s the abstract of a scientific study which shows that Gulf War era troops suffering from GWS, whether or not they were deployed in the actual Gulf War, almost all had antibodies to squalene:
Also see a host of references to various scientific studies that link squalene to autoimmune disease:
Polysorbate 80 (TWEEN 80)
What is this stuff?
Can it do harm? Yes, it can:
Here’s a link to a Wikipedia page that carries a description of anaphylactic shock.
In addition to the risk of inducing anaphylactic shock, it has been demonstrated by a 1993 Slovakian study that TWEEN 80 damages fertility in rats: