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Friday, October 9, 2009

Why You Should Not Get a Swine Flu Shot

It is a myth that you need a swine flu shot. In fact, the shot is liable to do you more harm than good. It is a myth that the shot can prevent the flu. The shot contains mercury and other harmful chemicals. Most importantly, the swine flu - despite its horrid sounding name - is an innocuous (harmless) flu and will not cause you to die. If you catch it you'll probably just feel a bit rundown for a few days. More people die from the regular flu than from swine flu. The people you've heard about who died from swine flu were old or had compromised (weakened) immune systems. The bottom line: the swine flu is virtually harmless and you should not get the shots. As Dr. Joseph Mercola points out:
I suspect you have likely been alarmed by the media's coverage of the swine flu scare. It has a noticeable subplot - preparing you for draconian measures to combat a future pandemic as well as forcing you to accept the idea of mandatory vaccinations.1
References
  1. Critical Alert: The Swine Flu Pandemic – Fact or Fiction? by Dr. Joseph Mercola. April 29 2009. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/04/29/Swine-Flu.aspx (accessed 10/9/09).

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