Definitions are important. Like, for example, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), what does that really mean? Or the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). Our society’s increased disease rates and pharmacological drug pushing point to but one logical conclusion. The CDC is controlling the schedule for release of the next big disease. And the FDA‘s job is to ensure pharmaceutical concoctions are force fed from a Federal level. By the way, the word pharmaceutical comes from the Greek word “φαρμακείᾳ” or “pharmakeia.” In the book of Revelation, pharmakeia is defined as “employment of drugs for any purpose: sorcery, magic, enchantment.”
Framing it from this context, why wouldn’t the FDA fast track an experimental squalene adjuvanted flu vaccine named MF59 or Fluad for seniors over 65? So what if nineteen people died in Italy after taking the injection? Who cares if the Novartis shot was temporarily banned? Since genocide is the goal, maybe the Federal Death Administration were hoping for a higher kill rate. But what exactly does squalene adjuvanted mean? What are the added risks? Health activist and blogger Erin Elizabeth describes it this way:
“Science teaches that oil and water don’t mix. However, the Food and Drug Administration just fast-tracked Novartis’ oil-in water, squalene adjuvant flu shot for approval in individuals 65 and older… Adjuvants are added to vaccines to hyper-stimulate the immune system. They are designed to remain in the body for a prolonged reaction. New adjuvants are composed of phospholipids which are part of the membrane of every cell. When injected, these adjuvants cause the body to mount an autoimmune attack (i.e., antiphospholipid syndrome) against its own cells. It’s a game of ‘Russian Roulette’ resulting in unpredictable adverse side effects ranging from heart attacks, stroke, myelitis and blindness to cognitive disfunction, skin disorders, miscarriages and fetal death.”
Additionally, Ms. Elizabeth reminds us of the prior usage of squalene adjuvanted shots, including those “experimental” injections during the First Gulf War which led to devastation results:
“In 1991, the squalene adjuvanted
I have a friend who was encouraged by President Ford to get the swine flu shot in the 1970s. Within a few years, she was wheelchair bound after severe bouts with Gullain Barre Syndrome. She is not alone.
You may have your own story; if you were betrayed my tears are with you and I pray you will be strengthened. For those looking to protect their loved ones from influenza, there are many powerful foods, herbs and methods to combat it.
Remember, this particular flu shot was targeted to persons over 65. This means that your mom, dad, grandmother or grandfather and other older relatives are in their sights. Do all you can to educate them. If they have an appointment, try to go with them. Because one of the first questions they’ll be asked is; “Have you had your flu shot?” Be like this group of nurses. Just say no. You can punctuate your remarks with this statement:
Flu shots are conjured up by sorcerers.
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