The recent CIDRAP report just asserted that the expansion of flu vaccine recommendations in recent decades has NOT been based on scientifically sound data. In spite of influenza vaccine’s enormous commercial success we still lack the data to know if they have done more good than harm. Prior receipt of seasonal flu shots significantly increased the risk of pH1N1 infections during the 2009-10 pandemic (Skowronski. PLoS Med 2010) and Bodewes and colleagues refer to the “double-edged sword” of yearly influenza vaccinations because they prevent the induction of heterosubtypic immunity to pandemic strains in animals and children.
BMJ: Read BMJ-2 responses including a link to the 4,250% increase in fetal death reports associated with the flu shots.
Those who are vaccinated need to believe in voodoo science and voodoo medicine and an inability to face reality, meaning that we are entrenched inside the culture in which we live. This means that in a psychological sense we are entrenched inside that culture and to never think outside that culture. This is a godforsaken place, but we all like to believe in something that is not true. This is like being a part of a relgious group where beliefs and images and psycho-social conditioning rule the waves, and so we follow a path thinking that this will lead to truth, but sadly this is impossible because truth is a pathless land and man cannot come to it through any organization, through any creed, through any dogma, priest or ritual, not through any philosophical knowledge or psychological technique… (Jiddu Krishnamurti). Concerning vaccinations, we place our faith in the high priest – government propaganda – and the industries that manufacture these poisons because we are led to believe that a poison will protect us from disease and create immunity, which is impossible. So basically we lie to ourselves because then we no longer have to think, and then we can fall asleep in a world of religious faith and make believe and grand assumptions, and voodoo is our god. John Wantling, Rochdale, UK
There is Pak Ishak looking handsome with a new sarong.
At the end of the day when shopping for beachwear you can opt
for designer beachwear which is a bit pricey or go for the normal beachwear
which is relatively affordable and stylish too. Beach wear you select
should be able to cover up your body well as well as expose a
bit in such a way that it does not look vulgar.