Skip to comments.Beautiful Cheerleader Develops Dystonia After Receiving Swine Flu (H1N1) Vaccine
Posted on 11/14/2009 2:27:23 PM PST by SeekAndFind
The FDA's website lists the Swine Flu H1n1 vaccines ingredients which include mercury, squalene and formaldehyde. Research the ingredients for yourself.
Click here to find out what scientists have discovered about damaging effects of mercury on the brain: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSKvDQ9OkNM
Although Dystonia is a less prevalant disorder, autism rates in America's children have skyrocketed. 1 in 150 children in America are diagnosed with autism. Mercury has been proven to cause nonsocial and uncontrollable behavior in primates. Scientific studies has proven mercury poisoning causes neurological damage...
Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder in which sustained muscle contractions cause twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures.
The disorder may be caused by other factors such as infection, poisoning (e.g. lead poisoning) or reaction to drugs, particularly neuroleptics. or can be hereditary.
There is a program preventing all lawsuits due to vaccine injury. Anyone who has been injured cannot sue. There has been no long term testing for the side effects of the H1N1/ Swine Flu vaccine. The h1n1/ swine flu vaccine is being given out freely in schools in America.
Is this the woman that can only walk backwards?
I followed this story. It broke my heart. There is some good news. She is apparently in recovery. Please see this video posted October 29, 2009 on her website:
And what does one have to do with the other?
Given the timing, it is almost impossible she got this from an H1N1 shot. Regular season vaccine, yes, H1N1, no.
“The disorder may be caused by other factors such as infection, poisoning (e.g. lead poisoning) or reaction to drugs, particularly neuroleptics. or can be hereditary.”
So what evidence is there that the vaccine caused her illness? The amount of ethyl-mercury used as a preservative in a vaccine has not been shown to cause any injury. This subject has been studied very closely in regard to autism.
Vaccines do carry risks, just like any other medical treatment. Not getting medical treatment also is risky. It’s a difficult dangerous world, and I wish everyone the best of luck in making their own decisions. Whatever you decide, it’s really good to be lucky!
People who come up with these anti-vaccine rants generally cannot do math.
Let’s see, here’s a disease (to use some hypothetical numbers) that I have a 1 in 3 chance of catching and a 1 in 10 chance of dying if I get it.
In the other hand is a vaccine that provides 99% immunity, but with a 1 in 10,000 chance of suffering a major side effect.
If I don’t take the vaccine, I have a 1 in 33 chance of dying.
If I do get vaccinated, I have the aforementioned 1 in 10,000 chance of being severely negatively affected, with some significantly smaller chance of death.
Let’s see, which bet should I take? The 1 in 33 chance, or the 1 in 10,000 chance?
Keep these people away from Vegas.
That’s not to say that the comparative risks are always thoroughly known in advance. The swine flu, to date, doesn’t seem to be much of a muchness.
Gee, I wonder why not? The disease only popped up last year and the vaccine only recently became available. By the time "long term testing" would be completed, the epidemic would be over.
It was indeed after a regular flu shot, but saying it was the swine flu vaccine made it a better story.
A reasoned post by a voice of sanity. Very well said and explained.
She is a beautiful woman, but is that why the story is newsworthy? Is it less tragic if a modestly attractive woman, or an simply unattractive woman gets this disease?
I have seen nobody explain why the “swine flu” vaccine should be considered any more hazardous than the “regular flu” vaccine millions of people take every year.
BTW, I don’t get any money from the vaccine companies. In fact, I’ve never had a flu shot.
Although a sidebar from the point of this article, I am compelled to point out that the stats on autism are worthless. Beyond worthless. The rates have skyrocketed because the definition has been *extremely* broadened. Follow the money / who benefits. There are serious vested interests involved in autism, and these interests are instrumental in this redefining of the condition. Similar to the so called explosion of ADD.
When the interest groups that benefit from a medically defined condition are the ones that help write said definition, it's not difficult to follow the money.
You know the H1N1 Vaccine is bad when it hurts "Beautiful Cheerleaders."
I wonder if it could be some flaw in that cheerleader gene?
I have gotten the seasonal flu vaccine every year for at least 9 years and from what I understand the only thing different about the H1N1 vaccine is that it has only the H1N1 virus in it rather the seasonal mix.
I’m a bit skeptical that the vaccine did that to this girl.
This law was passed because nobody would produce vaccines without such protection.
The correlation between winter-season illnesses, such as influenza and rhinoviruses, and a lack of Vitamin D-3 is becoming more prevalently known in medical fields.
My family has been taking 2000 I.U. of vitamin D-3 each day for the past 8 months. I’ve been taking it for a year-and-a-half. So far so good. In the past I’ve received flu shots and contracted the flu anyway. This is the first time in years that I haven’t had the flu and been free of rhinoviruses, too.
The vitamin D treatment seems to be working for us and there are no side effects we’ve noticed.
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