by Mike Adams
December 18, 2009
All of a sudden, H1N1
vaccines are available all across America.
Walgreens and other
pharmacies are pushing the vaccines as if there were an "everything
must go" liquidation sale under way. Hurry, get your swine flu
vaccine today before everybody figures out they're useless!
The marketability of vaccines has a strict time limit. They're only
in demand during the fear phase of a pandemic, and that fear phase
has long since faded for H1N1.
Virtually everyone who
wants an H1N1 vaccine has already received one, and the rest of the
population is beginning to notice something quite curious:
People who got the
vaccine are no better off than those who skipped it.
In fact, there's no
difference in mortality between those who were vaccinated and those
who weren't, indicating yet again that the swine flu vaccine was a
medical hoax to begin with.
If you don't believe me, just ask the potentially hundreds of
thousands of parents who gave their children one of the recently
recalled H1N1 children's vaccines. These vaccines were recalled
because they were found to be so weak that they were medically
useless. But observant parents are noticing a curious fact:
Children who received the "useless" (recalled) vaccine have been no
worse off than those who received a full-strength vaccine.
The strength of the vaccine, in fact, appears to be entirely
irrelevant to the health outcomes of children. Vaccine or not,
strong or weak, children's reaction to the pandemic has virtually
nothing to do with any treatments offered by conventional medicine.
In fact, the greatest determining factor in the health outcomes of
children has most likely been their blood levels of
vitamin D. But that isn't tracked
by medical professionals... nor even prescribed by them.
So we'll probably never
know the exact correlation between vitamin D and H1N1 prevention.
So now we have a situation where the U.S. government has spent
billions of dollars acquiring H1N1 vaccines that, by the time they
were delivered for consumption, were already irrelevant to public
Does anybody really
believe at this point that swine flu is a deadly pandemic that will
kill you if you don't receive a vaccine? You'd have to really look
hard to find someone so uninformed (and brainwashed) that they're
making the H1N1 vaccine a priority in their life right now.
So what we're going to end up with here is a huge stockpile of
H1N1 vaccines that nobody wants. Sure, the pharmacies, clinics
and hospitals will try to push as many of them as they can (even
offering free vaccines sooner or later, just to get people into
their stores), but in the end, they're inevitably going to be
sitting on millions of extra doses of vaccine with nowhere to inject
There are two solutions for this, from
Big Pharma's point of view:
Strategy #1 -
Drum up more fear with the aim that it will boost consumer
demand for vaccines. This can be accomplished by getting the
mainstream media to highlight the few isolated cases of
infants or children dying from H1N1 infections (all of whom
are almost certainly
vitamin D deficient,
Strategy #2 -
Mandate mass vaccinations. This is unlikely to happen now
that H1N1 appears to have fizzled out. The public won't go
for mandatory shots unless the situation gets a whole lot
worse. Of course, Big Government can always force such
mandates upon the public, but in the current political
climate, such an effort would be met with a backlash of
So that leaves the last
option: Flushing H1N1 vaccines down the drain, and this is
exactly what will eventually be done with millions of unsold doses.
After all the hype, all
the empty promises, all the billions of dollars spent and all the
fear mongering, a huge portion of these drugs are just
going to be flushed down the toilet, essentially, because that's how
hospitals, pharmacies and even drug makers get rid of excess
environment with H1N1 vaccines
There's a huge environmental concern in all this, of course:
effect of dumping millions of doses of H1N1 DNA / RNA into
the public sewer system? No one really knows. It's yet
another grand Big Pharma experiment.
And how about
the chemical additives, preservatives and adjuncts added to
What impact will
all those chemicals have on the environment?
It's a startling fact
that the sewage expelled by one city ends up in the public drinking
water of the next city downstream.
Sewage is treated, of
course, to achieve EPA-regulated "safe" status before it's dumped
back into the rivers, but the EPA doesn't regulate something called
DNA and RNA can be
dumped into the sewage systems in virtually unlimited quantities,
without any regulatory oversight (the FDA doesn't regulate drug
If you think about it, then, this whole swine flu fiasco
has been a huge scam of paying money to the drug companies in
order to flush swine flu genetic material down the drain. This is
the brilliance of government-led health policy, by the way:
Spend good money to
pollute the planet with potentially dangerous genetic material
that might one day end up recombining with some other
opportunistic viral candidates circulating in the wild.
What a clever way to
help cause the next great pandemic, huh?
It's almost a perfect
recipe for vaccine repeat business: Take today's most virulent
pandemic strain, replicate it in pharmaceutical labs around the
world, then dump it into the environment for mass distribution.
That's essentially what's happening here.
It sounds insane, but
it's exactly what's about to take place when the H1N1 liquidation
sales are over and medical retailers just start flushing all these
vaccines down the drain.
There are no EPA regulations that limit the dumping of vaccines
directly into the public sewage system, by the way.
pharmaceuticals down the drain is routine in modern medicine.
Hospitals, clinics, pharmacies and patients routinely flush
pharmaceuticals down the drain. This is why you can now find HRT
drugs, antidepressants and blood pressure drugs in the fish near any
major U.S. city.
So many drugs are now dumped into the sewers that rivers have become
Big Pharma runoff zones that poison the fish and destroy aquatic
life. No wonder the world's oceans are dying - they're all being
bathed in Big Pharma's chemical waste!
But that's not the end of this story:
In places all across
America, sewage waste is used to make fertilizer that's spread
on crops. The solid sewage waste is called "biosolids" or "black
gold," and it's used by farmers and gardeners as a soil
What the people using
this toxic sludge don't realize is that it's contaminated with Big
Pharma's toxic chemicals. And soon, it may be contaminated with H1N1
vaccine material from all the millions of unused doses that
pharmacies couldn't manage to peddle to consumers.
In the end, all those unused vaccines will eventually end up as crop
It's yet another reason
to avoid monoculture crops and grow your own food using
biodynamic gardening methods, huh?