What are the Side Effects of the H1N1 Flu Shot?

Jordan McFarland, a 14-year-old kid from Virginia, is weak and struggling to walk after coming down with a reported case of Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) within hours after getting the H1N1 vaccine for swine influenza.

Mounting Debilities and Deaths from H1N1 Vaccine

McFarland left Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children in a wheelchair almost a week after establishing severe headaches, muscle convulsions and weakness in his legs following a swine flu shot.

Jordan is amongst the first individuals in the United States to report establishing the possibly deadly muscle disorder after getting the H1N1 vaccine this fall. Increased cases of GBS were discovered in patients who received a 1976 swine flu vaccine.

Also, a young woman in France has actually also been diagnosed with GBS after a swine influenza shot. The woman, determined just as a health employee, was detected with GBS six days after she got the swine flu shot, according to the French health ministry.Deaths from H1N1 VaccineSwedish, Japanese, and Chinese health authorities have likewise reported a number of serious side effects, consisting of deaths of people who received the H1N1 vaccine.

In China, the Ministry of Health revealed that the two individuals, including one teacher from Hunan province, died hours after receiving their inoculations.

Chinese health authorities have pulled all vaccines produced in the same batch used to inoculate the teacher.

Fifty-four percent of Chinese locals reported in a China Daily study that they would not get the H1N1 vaccine since of issues about the shot’s safety. Amongst those inoculated up until now in China, more than 1,200 have complained of side effects varying from sore arms, rashes, and headaches, to anaphylactic shock and unexpected drops in blood pressure.

Dr. Mercola’s Comments:

Oh, how brief our memories are.

Think how many in the US passed away from bird influenza?

Absolutely no, not one individual …

I actually wrote a NY Times best seller on this called The Great Bird Flu Hoax.

With the H1N1 influenza we have yet another example of how the CDC and the World Health Organization brazenly distort truth.

In addition, they neglect and reject the hazardous and lethal side effects of their expensive solution, motivating innocent individuals to suffer for the cause of “herd resistance”– the concept that the advantages of immunizing everybody surpass the rights of those who are damaged by the vaccine.

As well as though reports of severe negative responses to the H1N1 vaccine, consisting of deaths, are streaming in from countries worldwide, these two governing bodies are continuing their project in the U.S. and around the world to promote a vaccine that has actually not been shown safe– or even necessary.

H1N1 is the Pandemic that Never Materialized Just Like Bird Flu

I’ve currently dealt with the non-necessity of this vaccine in previous posts revealing that H1N1 is absolutely nothing however a hyped-up blip on the radar. In reality, a former Ontario, Canada, primary medical officer of health went on CBC/TV and called H1N1 a “loser” as far as a pandemic goes.

Sadly, you’re not hearing this in the mainstream media, although spectacular coverage by CBS Chicago has actually finally blown the lid off the buzz. In an investigation by press reporter Sharyl Attkisson, this station recently exposed that just a portion of reported H1N1 cases actually are H1N1!

Sharyl discovered this out by doggedly pursuing the numbers, first through a Freedom of Information Act demand from the CDC, and then by getting in touch with each state separately when the CDC refused to react.

The states’ responses were stunning: The vast majority of cases being reported as H1N1 actually are not flu at all– instead, they are some other kind of respiratory infection!

No Vaccine is Completely Safe

This is a crucial message that has to get out. But just as essential is the safety problem. Because no matter what vaccine officials say in public, they understand that no vaccine is totally safe.

They admit this among themselves. For instance, a 2001 short article in the American Journal of Epidemiology, on how much risk U.S. parents were willing to accept in exchange for a vaccine’s advantages, was prefaced with the declaration, “Despite the obvious advantages of vaccination, no vaccine is completely safe.”

What the authors of the short article discovered– the level of risk that parents want to assume to obtain a vaccine’s advantages– is another story for a different day. However the point is, vaccine authorities would like you to think that the worst a person might experience a vaccine is a sore arm and possibly a headache or a general feeling of tiredness.

The fact is much more ominous: NO VACCINE IS COMPLETELY SAFE. Yet, in public, health officials continue to play H1N1 Russian live roulette with individuals’s lives. For instance:

Quebec Woman Dies

At the beginning of November, a 42-year-old Quebec woman passed away two days after getting the H1N1 vaccine. But did authorities report it as an unfavorable response to the vaccine?

No! Rather, they attributed her death to complications resulting from the H1N1 infection!

I suppose they did this due to the fact that she established flu-like symptoms. What they didn’t state was that flu-like symptoms are also some of the negative responses you get from receiving an influenza shot.

They likewise didn’t state that other responses can include Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) convulsions, syncope (fainting), blood and lymphatic system disorders, and immune disorders such as anaphylaxis, just among others– all occasions that can be lethal sufficient to end in death.

It’s not a surprise, then, that when an 80-year-old man passed away in Quebec after getting his H1N1 vaccine, health officials dismissed that too, stating it was too soon to connect his death to the shot.

Instead, they stressed that adverse reactions to this vaccine are “unusual” which “there is no proof that the vaccine threatens”.

But is that true?

When pushed for evidence that the vaccine is safe, Canada officials indicate GSK’s pre-marketing clinical tests, which show minor responses in all but 4 cases. Of those 4, just one was thought to be vaccine-related.

What they do not discuss is that the total number of individuals studied was just 253.

And that puts safety in a whole different perspective, because 1 out of 253 translates into a rate of 395 severe adverse reactions in every 100,000 people!

 

Updated: 17.12.2016 — 16:09

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