(Natural News) Did you know that a pregnant woman, a 6-month-young child, and a 250 pound man all get the same dose of chemicals in any given inoculation, including the influenza vaccine? Whether the vaccine contains formaldehyde, aluminum, monosodium glutamate, squalene, sodium chloride, porcine gelatin, egg protein, E. coli, African Green Monkey kidney cells, neomycin, human serum albumin, diploid cells from an abortion, or even mercury – a seven pound infant gets injected with the same amount of neuro-degenerative chemicals, known carcinogens, and heavy metal toxins as a full grown man or woman. Why? Where’s the logic? And sure, some vaccines are given as a dose series, with follow up boosters, but that’s only because the so-called vaccine “effectiveness” wears off after a short period of time and becomes useless.
So now, imagine for a second that you have three children; one is 13 years old, one is 5 years old, and the other is a 6-month-young baby. You happen to leave a bottle of whiskey on the kitchen counter after a late night, and the next morning you find your 13-year old passed out drunk, your 5-year-old drinking the whiskey from a full cup, and your baby drinking from her bottle that’s also filled with whiskey. How much have they all consumed already? Are you worried? Do you rush them all to the emergency room and pray they don’t die or suffer permanent brain and kidney damage? Think about that for a minute. Isn’t there a huge difference in how that alcohol affects each differently aged child? Of course there is. That’s just common sense.
Here are some more dire questions to consider right now. Do you give a baby the same amount of aspirin, cough medicine, or ibuprofen that you would take yourself? Surely not. That’s why they have “baby aspirin,” right? Can a five-year-old child overdose and die drinking the exact same amount of alcohol that a college-age teenager drinks? Certainly. How about a baby? So why on earth do babies and 6-month-young infants get vaccinated with the same dose of dangerous chemicals that an adult gets? Let’s talk about the mercury still found in many flu vaccines, since mercury, listed as thimerosal on the Fluluval vaccine, just so happens to be the most toxic non-radioactive element on Earth.
The absolute ABSURDITY of one-size-fits-all with vaccines, and how deadly “quick silver” injections fuel the autism epidemic
Autism is rarely inherited, but rather is a developmental disorder of the central nervous system (including the brain) that “mysteriously” appears during infancy and childhood. Autism spectrum disorder, or “ASD,” is associated with a very broad array of learning and communication impairments, from mild to severe. Before the CDC began enforcing 50 vaccines before age 7, autism cases were only found in 1 in 10,000 U.S. children; now we see one in every 50 kids suffering from ASD. Walk into any elementary school and you’ll see kids in every classroom that require special needs teachers providing all-day individual attention to these victims of vaccine violence.
The science is in and it’s proven that massive amounts of mercury are still found in vaccines recommended by the CDC for pregnant women, infants 6 months young, and the rest of the children across the United States – and the “dose series” is exactly the same for adults.
Mercury tests conducted on vaccines at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab revealed a mind-blowing level of toxic mercury in the flu shot made by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) called Fluluval (this is a very popular brand, mind you).
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, headed up the testing using high-end ICP-MS instrumentation and a 4-point mercury calibration curve for accuracy. The findings? Fluluval flu vaccine contained 51 parts per million mercury. That’s 25,000 times higher than the maximum contaminant level of inorganic mercury allowed in drinking water by the Environmental Protection Agency of the United States of America. You can quit worrying about mercury in tuna and tap water now, and start being highly concerned about the known neurotoxins in today’s vaccines.
Yet, the CDC still says one size fits all when it comes to vaccines. Doesn’t matter about your drug tolerance, heavy metal toxin tolerance, foreign protein tolerance, multi-strain virus tolerance, lactose intolerance (think casein), or even MSG and latex allergies. What’s worse is that vaccines are injected directly into muscle tissue, bypassing all human defense systems, including saliva, skin, and lungs. That makes that “miniscule” amount even more lethal, despite the poor advice medical doctors and nurses regurgitate regularly on social media and in conversations with concerned parents (or soon-to-be parents).
The autism spike over the past two decades directly coincides with the vaccine schedule frequency and combination increase
It is scientific fact that human brain neurons permanently disintegrate in the presence of mercury within one hour of exposure. If mercury is spilled in a room, the CDC requires a crew wearing hazardous materials uniforms to evacuate the building and dispose of it. Most people who have ever touched mercury have died.
Mercury is the second most poisonous element known to mankind, second only to uranium, yet for some reason, it’s still used in vaccines as a preservative, even when there are several other options that are not toxic that would do the same job. The CDC recommends the use of mercury in multi-dose vaccines like flu shots because it’s a cheap preservative that kills germs when the needle is repeatedly stuck through the latex vial stopper so the serum can be given to multiple people.
The World Health Organization warned the world about using mercury in vaccines back in 1990, so the CDC lied in 2001 and said they removed it from all childhood vaccines, all while recommending the autism-inducing flu shot for pregnant women and 6-month young infants. The safe amount of “quick silver” mercury for any human being to ever ingest is zero point zero. Still think one size fits all?
Learn more about the dangers of mercury at MercuryScienceNews.com and about vaccine dangers at VaccineInjuryNews.com.
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