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(NaturalNews) Getting a mercury-laced flu shot was easier than ever on October 23 for folks living in Boston, New York City and Washington, D.C. For one day only, the innovative transportation service Uber piloted an Orwellian program pitched as "UberHEALTH" that delivered on-site influenza jabs to anyone with a smartphone and the service's app installed on it.

Hatched by Harvard Medical School professor John Brownstein, the program sent registered nurses in Uber vehicles to eager customers hoping to avoid the flu with a toxic cocktail of chemical preservatives, heavy metals, chicken embryo and, of course, influenza virus. Between the hours of 10am and 3pm, Uber users could have the shot delivered to them onsite in any of the three participating cities.

The nurses didn't administer the shots inside the cars, but rather at special locations agreed upon by users, who did not need insurance coverage to participate. The one-day event was a test to see how many people would use the service and whether or not it could be expanded nationwide, as well as cover the bulk of the so-called "flu season."

The program has "huge potential," to quote the words of its innovator, to "deliver more convenience into delivery of care." Brownstein also said to NBC News that the idea was birthed as a way to prepare for crisis situations in which the government would prefer not to have people "crowding and traversing cities to get access to vaccines."

Medical mafia trying everything to push more flu shots

This latest ploy to get more people vaccinated shows how desperate the medical mafia has become in pushing flu shots, which still contain the toxic mercury derivative thimerosal. Tests conducted by the Natural News Forensic Food Lab revealed that GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) popular FluLaval vaccine contains 51 parts per million (ppm) of mercury, which is 25,000 times higher than the allowable level of inorganic mercury in water.

Not surprisingly, Uber failed to warns its users about the potential risks associated with flu shots and the mercury that they contain. Such risks include permanent mitochondrial damage, cellular degeneration and death, and neurotoxicity bearing features of autism, among other debilitating conditions.

"There are over 165 studies that have focused on Thimerosal, an organic-mercury (Hg) based compound, used as a preservative in many childhood vaccines, and found it to be harmful," reads a study published earlier this year in the journal BioMed Research International.

"Of these, 16 were conducted to specifically examine the effects of Thimerosal on human infants or children with reported outcomes of death; acrodynia; poisoning; allergic reaction; malformations; auto-immune reaction; Well's syndrome; developmental delay; and neurodevelopmental disorders, including tics, speech delay, language delay, attention deficit disorder, and autism."

Brownstein's infectious disease endeavors funded by CDC, Merck and Bill Gates

Brownstein didn't just come up with this "FlUber" drive on his own. A quick look into his other projects, including the popular HealthMap Contagious Disease Surveillance resource, reveals that he has close ties to all the usual suspects: the drug industry, the federal government and nonprofit drug-pushing organizations like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The "Funding & Support" page at HealthMaps reveals that all the major players are behind infectious disease monitoring, which is code for vaccine pushing. These players include the U.S. military's Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), USAID, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and vaccine giant Merck & Co.

It is no wonder, then, that Brownstein is busy coming up with new ways to deliver more vaccines to more people -- his funding comes directly from special interests trying to push and sell more vaccines!







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