(NaturalNews) A new hip hop song and video hits the 'net today, just in time for the flu season vaccination push: "Vaccine Zombie" unleashes a rocking, hard-hitting message about the health risks of routine flu season vaccination and the availability of safer, less expensive and more effective alternatives such as vitamin D supplementation.
The video and downloadable MP3 song are available at www.VaccineZombie.com
where visitors can also find the song lyrics, articles about vaccines and an audio commentary by the song creator, Mike Adams.
As the editor of NaturalNews.com and the executive director of the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center, Adams is also an award-winning journalist and an accomplished songwriter. His previous songs such as "I Want My Bailout Money" have been heard by millions, and Vaccine Zombie is his most ambitious production yet.
"We planned the launch of this song to coincide with the start of this year's big vaccine push," explains Adams. "People need to know that vaccines can cause extremely dangerous side effects such as seizures and nervous system disorders. They have even paralyzed and killed many children and teens around the world," Adams explains.
The Vaccine Zombie song offers humorous, edgy commentary that challenges the propaganda of the vaccine industry, which intentionally neglects to mention vitamin D as an effective defense against seasonal flu while focusing entirely on vaccine interventions.
Recent scientific evidence has shown that vitamin D supplements work better than vaccines at preventing seasonal flu infections. A study published in the journal PLoS also revealed that seasonal flu vaccination actually increases the risk of H1N1 swine flu infections ("Does Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Increase the Risk of Illness with the 2009 A/H1N1 Pandemic Virus?" Viboud C, Simonsen L (2010) PLoS Med 7(4): e1000259).
The Vaccine Zombie
video features dancing zombie characters and a mischievous animated nurse wielding talkative vaccine syringes. The lyrics make fun of the seemingly illogical thought processes of people who believe in vaccines, including lines such as, "Those herbs are woo woo quackery; I get my food from a fast food factory; I got my psych drugs talking back to me; modern medical myths are like fact to me."
Hear more in the Vaccine Zombie song
, available now at www.VaccineZombie.com
where the music video is now featured.