Pandemrix, Squalene and Narcolepsy: 2009 FLU TRAGEDY in the Nordic Countries

GSK and Novartis decided to formulate a weaker vaccine but strengthen it with an adjuvant that contains “squalene”. Immunologic adjuvants are substances, administered in conjunction with a vaccine, that stimulate the immune system and increase the response to the vaccineNarcolepsy is a disease with lifetime consequences, and the risk that Pandremix may have caused other neurological illnesses has not yet been excluded. Many have already began to compare this tragedy with the thalidomide catastrophe.
Read this articulate outline of the events by Karin Munsterhjelm-Ahumada, M.D in the peer reviewed Orthomolecular News Service.

GSK update:

2 thoughts on “Pandemrix, Squalene and Narcolepsy: 2009 FLU TRAGEDY in the Nordic Countries

  1. Mindanoiha

    Pandemrix, the H1N1 vaccine used in Scandinavia, contains more squalene than any other vaccine on the market. Squalene is in many foods, but is extremely dangerous when injected.

    (Medical students, nurses and others learn that substances behave differently according to whether they are eaten or injected. It is noticeable that many doctors, health authorities and other vaccine promoters appear to ignore this basic fact).
    Squalene is cheap and is used to increase immune response (which is not the same as immunity). In this way less of the expensive virus antigen is necessary.
    In other words, squalene is present for economical reasons.

    Because squalene is an oil, to make the vaccine miscible it is necessary to include an emulsifying agent, in this case polysorbate 80/Tween 80. This substance is known to cause life threatening anaphylactic shock. It also causes infertility in laboratory animals, yet Pandemrix was recommended for pregnant women even though there was no documentation regarding safety.

    Women who suffered from miscarriages after the vaccine in Norway were not believed and were ignored by doctors and health authorities.
    According to independent researchers squalene increases risk of autoimmune diseases when injected. It is regularly used to induce autoimmune diseases in lab rats.

    Narcolepsy is an autoimmune disease. The increased risk of narcolepsy should therefore have been expected.

    If Pandemrix had been produced in single dose syringes it would not have been necessary with a preservative, in this case mercury. Single dose syringes are more expensive that multi-dose vials.

    Vials containing mercury instead of single dose syringes were bought for economical reasons.

    There are close connections between the pharmaceutical companies, media, Norwegian health authorities and doctors. Several competent independent experts in Norway warned against the vaccine because of the ingredients: squalene, polysorbate and mercury, but were ridiculed in mainstream media and even in Twitter by the health authorities and other vaccine promoters.

  2. Lou

    Jane Burgermeister – pandemic update 25 June 2012

    IMO her facts are right on. This $hit is not going away. ALL the major players are ALL IN.

    Our only chance is the truth. Please spread this far and wide.

    The H1N1 ingredient in European “vaccines” causing the most damage IMO is squalene. It was not in USA approved vaccines last I checked but is sure IMO to come. Squalene was in some Canadian “vaccines”; the deadly PANDEMRIX “vaccine” for one.

    NO ONE needs a “vaccine” for ANYTHING. The more they pump the fear the more convinced I become the H5N1 will be transferred into most humans via NEEDLES.

    NO NEEDLES, NO TIME, for NOTHING. Bad grammar for emphasis.

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