Latest “Trust Us” Heap of Nonsense [Swine Flu Vaccine]

There’s a priceless headline on Reuters this evening:

“Is it safe? U.S. vaccine experts want to build trust”

The Centers for Disease Control are working overtime to assure people that they have nothing to fear from the new @untested new vaccines created in response to government proclamations on swine flu.

And the most important part of assuring that people can trust the vaccine?

A total waiver of liability for the vaccine producer. This assures that, if the vaccine does harm people (dozens, hundreds, millions, whatever), the victims will have no recourse.

Of course, the vaccine victims could always write their congressmen. Assuming that they can still write. (This recourse has worked out great for victims of the Gulf War Syndrome) .


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6 Responses to Latest “Trust Us” Heap of Nonsense [Swine Flu Vaccine]

  1. david burd July 31, 2009 at 7:50 am #

    Well, the really big whopper being perpetuated by the CDC Clowns is that there is such a thing as “The Fall Flu Season,” when for years they have promoted the second week in December as “National Flu Vaccination Week(!),” because, of course, flu case numbers don’t actually rise (more than background) until late December and peak in late February.

    The clearest reason for flu cases peaking in late February (like clockwork going back 100 years) is the lack of Vitamin D that has become depleted after long, dark winter months.

    Of course, the CDC Clowns can’t conceive that adequate nutrition and vitamin levels might matter. Nope, it’s foist onto the public hundreds of millions of flu vaccine doses – that historically, factually don’t really work – and that cause extreme toxic reactions in many.

  2. Tom Blanton July 31, 2009 at 3:06 pm #

    Jim, there is nothing to worry about. According to FOX News, the military and FEMA will be protecting us against the swine flu. With the CDC, FEMA and the armed forces looking out for us, what could possibly go wrong?

  3. Ryan August 1, 2009 at 5:01 pm #


    I’m writing as a unwilling human guinea pig. In 1976, I had the misfortune along with 400 other folks in an armored battalion stationed in Germany to have to undergo this “swine flu vaccination”. Thank you, Gerald Ford, for allowing me to “be that all I can be.” In this case, to be sick for the next two days. In fact, my battalion and another one that went through this were out of action for two days as well.

    If the Russians had attack we would have been * for the reason that NO ONE was up and about. Everyone was laid up in their bunks.

  4. Jim August 1, 2009 at 9:10 pm #

    But at least Gerald Ford could brag that he was protecting Americans from the flu.

    He went and got all those folks injected, and the voters still would not give him 4 more years sway over their lives.

    Thanks for the information on your experience. I hope the flu shot did not do any permanent damage to you.

  5. Jim August 1, 2009 at 11:06 pm #

    Tom, thanks for the Fox News link.

    I’m glad those folks are keeping their eye on the ball – I’ll sleep better tonight knowing that.


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