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Swine flu vaccine side effects beginning to appear

By   /   November 12, 2009  /   3 Comments

OKLAHOMA CITY — Since this past summer, Oklahoma Watchdog, in cooperation with sister site RedDirtReport.com, have been closely following developments regarding the swine flu and the swine flu vaccine.

The outbreak has not been nearly as bad as the pharma-media-industrial complex has made it out to be. A report on MSNBC today reports that there have been “at least 4,000 swine flu deaths reported in the U.S.”

Yet, the largely untested swine flu vaccines are being forced upon children and pregnant women. There was a report out of West Virginia this week noting that a young boy at a school in Wheeling tried to flee a swine flu injection and he was forcibly held down and jabbed with the serum.

And regarding pregnant women, a healthy living website, OrganicHealthAdviser.com, has reported that the tragic miscarriage stories are flooding in from once-pregnant women who took the swine flu vaccine and had a miscarriage soon after.

Writes one woman: “I recently got the H1N1 vaccine and miscarried 3 days later.”

Another mom-to-be wrote: “I got a flu shot in pregnancy, developed incredibly strange symptoms immediately (numb hands, feet and mouth, heart palpitations, sudden weakness in my legs, a bright red face), began bleeding and miscarried by 11 weeks.”

Yet the medical establishment and their media enablers continue to push unproven vaccines on vulnerable people like pregnant women and children. Another MSNBC report features a Virginia teenager – high school athlete, at that – who has developed debilitating Guillain-Barre syndrome following a swine flu vaccine injection.

The doctors and pharmaceutical companies need to be honest about these vaccines. The side effects appear to far worse than the actual disease. An argument offered by health officials here in Oklahoma is that sick people will flood hospitals so we need people to take the vaccine “just in case.”

Sorry, in light of all the side effects, miscarriages and so forth, taking a chance with the swine flu vaccine is simply not worth it.


Andrew formerly served as staff reporter for Watchdog.org.