Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Flu Jab Can Cause Brain Damage - Official

I and many other people know from personal experience that flu jabs can give you flu. The one time I had it, it gave me the worst flu I've ever had in my life and plenty of other people react in the same way.

Well I'm doubly and triply glad now that I have been avoiding flu jabs as it has been finally admitted that this  vaccine can cause brain damage.
I am not in general resistant to the idea of vaccination against major epidemic diseases, and I am quite aware that vaccination programmes agains polio and smallpox have had huge benefits worldwide. But vaccines that need to be repeated every year, against a non-lethal illness, take a lot to justify. And the risks are simply not worth it.
Now the medical evidence is so strong that the NHS is being compelled to pay compensation to the families of sixty people who were victims of brain damage as a result of flu vaccines. This is no longer a marginal, odd-bods, eccentric Jeremy-Corbyn sort of issue. This is official and mainstream. 

Britain is being forced to compensate millions of pounds to victims of the swine flu vaccine who got brain damage as a direct result of the vaccination
60 families are being financially compensated, and many more are expected to come forward, as irrefutable evidence has emerged that the vaccination program has caused physical harm to some of those who received it.
Naturalnews.com reports:
In an interview with The Sunday Times, attorney Peter Todd, who is representing a number of victims, said, “There has never been a case like this before. The victims of this vaccine have an incurable and lifelong condition and will require extensive medication.”
Following an outbreak of swine flu in 2009, some 60 million people received vaccines, most of them children. Health officials investigating the subsequent illnesses found that the vaccine, Pandemrix, can cause narcolepsy and cataplexy in about one in 16,000 people; many more are likely to come forward with symptoms, IBT reported.


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