I actually think there are some real reasons for concern about the safety of a swine flu vaccine. But to think it’s all a deliberate plot to sterilize everybody for population control is, well, you just oughtta go into the tinfoil hat business.
The most concerning thing I’ve read about such vaccines is this: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2290374/posts. It’s concerning because Blaylock appears to be entirely credible, unlike many who write about such things who fall into the fruitcake category.
The problem as I see it isn’t that there’s some conspiracy to sterilize or kill people, it’s that the vaccine manufacturers and the officials in WHO and CDC and to a lesser degree even local health care providers aren’t necessarily acting in our interest, they’re acting in their own. If there’s billions to be made, then who cares if a “few” people have problems either immediately or years from now? That’s the real danger.
As it is, we seem to be faced with an unpleasant choice: picking which we think is least dangerous, the influenza or the influenza vaccine. The influenza has (so far, at least) a 1/200 death rate for those who catch it. More if you fall into certain categories. And that could go up. So what are the potential dangers from the vaccine? At this point, nobody knows.
You said — I actually think there are some real reasons for concern about the safety of a swine flu vaccine. But to think its all a deliberate plot to sterilize everybody for population control is, well, you just oughtta go into the tinfoil hat business.
Yeah..., it sounds way too much like the crazy internet sites you find out there about every conceivable topic you could ever *imagine*... it’s there on the Internet.
It’s like I said in my prior post, in that maybe there are some concerns, but until I see some credible stuff, it’s all “crazy tinfoil hat stuff”... in the meantime.
And, furthermore, if something like this is going on, on a large scale, it has credible information that will be shown. And if no credible information is shown, then *at the very least* one can say that it’s nothing more than an assertion without any proof (but when you add “common sense” to the mix, it’s “tinfoil hat stuff”).