ARTICLE FROM THE ATLANTIC BLOWS THE LID OFF OF THE VACCINE INDUSTRY

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Dy’er Sez: While the TV media is busy using scare tactics, interviewing paid spokes people from the vaccine makers and calling them experts, and parroting the crap coming out of the mouths of government officials (without any fact-checking) as if it were the gospel itself, The Atlantic has published one of the most eye opening articles on flu vaccinations I’ve ever had the pleasure to read.

 The article, by Shannon Brownlee (author of the book ‘Overtreated: why too much medicine is making us sicker and poorer’), goes into incredible depth and covers just about every topic concerning flu vaccinations. Some of the items covered include the following:

 -How an educated guess is made each year to decide what flu vaccine is rolled out for the public.

 -That the death rates for the flu are fudged based on a percentage of total deaths during the flu season.

 How the death rate in the country is no different from those who are not vaccinated to those who are, thus making the flu vaccine comparatively ineffective.  Noted are the years (1968 and 1997 respectively) where there was a shortage of vaccines, and the US mortality rate did not increase, again pointing out the ineffectiveness of the vaccines to save lives.

 -How the vaccine industry refuses to have placebo vs. vaccine clinical trials, like every other medication is supposed to have. The Vaccine companies claim such research to be ‘unethical’.

 
Enough of me going on and on, go read the article for yourself HERE.

(Thanks to NaturalNews.com for posting their breakdown of the article)

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