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Nazi ‘Mad Scientists’ Became U. S. Pharma Company Leaders

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It’s been only 70 years since World War II, and the mad scientists from companies like I.G. Farben, BASF, Hoechst, Dow and Bayer, who created the gas chambers and tested dangerous vaccines on innocent Jews, didn’t just go away. In fact, they went to work for U.S. corporations and pharmaceutical companies that run the vaccine industry today. At least a dozen of these cold blooded killers were hired fresh out of prison, just 4 to 7 years after the Nuremberg trials found them guilty of mass murder and enslavement. (http://frank.mtsu.edu/~baustin/trials3.html)

In fact, at the close of WWII, the IG Farben building in Frankfort was protected from allied bombings by the highest levels of military command. Why? IG Farben was the FDA/CDC type of “pharmaceutical arm” of Hitler’s 4th Reich, and the Rockefellers had a financial interest in maintaining and controlling this pharmaceutical empire, which would soon be catapulted on U.S. soil. Research reveals that Hitler also invested heavily in Merck and other pharmaceutical companies.

Nazi convicted mass murderers became executives for major U.S. chemical and pharmaceutical companies

Fritz ter Meer, found guilty of slavery and mass murder at Auschwitz, served only seven years in prison and became Chairman of the Board at Bayer in 1956. Still trust U.S. vaccines?

Carl Krauch, Executive Member of IG Farben and Head of Military Economics for Hitler, found guilty of slavery and mass murder, served just 6 years in prison, then became Chairman of the Board for BASF in 1952. Still want to get those flu shots? How about that HPV shot for your daughter or son?

Flu Vaccine is 98.5% Ineffective

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By Dr. Mercola

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a yearly flu vaccine as “the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses.”

This advice applies to everyone 6 months of age and older, and the CDC stresses that you “should get a flu vaccine as soon as [they] are available.”

With a promotion this strong, you might assume that getting a flu shot is a “sure thing” to protect you from all flu-like illness this year, but actually it’s not.

Not even close.

Most Flu-Like Illness is NOT Influenza

During the “flu season,” doctors and patients alike often attribute respiratory illness to “the flu” or influenza viruses when they most of the time flu-like symtpoms are actually associated with other types of viruses and bacteria.

The only way to know for sure what type of virus or bacteria is causing flu-ike symptoms is to have it lab confirmed.

The seasonal influenza vaccine only contains three strains of type A or type B influenza, which U.S. and WHO health officials select each year as the most likely influenza strains that will circulate around the world.

There are many influenza strains and most cases of flu-like illness that occur in the U.S. during a typical flu season are not associated with type A or type B influenza strains.

 

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New Victim Raises Doubts About Oral Polio Vaccine

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PESHAWAR, Nov 1: Exposing the inefficacy of oral polio vaccine (OPV), a Swabi child has tested positive for polio despite being administered seven doses of vaccines over a period of time, health officials said here on Tuesday.

Official sources told Dawn that the National Institute of Health, Islamabad had found poliovirus in the blood of Asif Khan, 27-month-old son of Azeem Shah, a resident Narangi in Razar tehsil of Swabi district.

According to them, also in the day, reported another new polio case in North Waziristan agency, taking the number of children hit by the crippling disease this year to 12 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 38 in Fata and 136 in the country.

The officials said nearly half of the new cases in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Fata had contracted polio despite receiving OPV raising doubts in the people`s minds about its efficacy.

They feared that the people living in the areas where such cases were reported might turn vaccinators away.

Officials said only five of the seven new polio cases in the province couldn`t be given polio drops due to their parents` refusal for one reason or the other, adding that the remaining received up to seven doses of vaccines.

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Why HPV Vaccine Is Causing More Harm Than Good

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By Cynthia A. Janak

For over four years now I have been researching how this vaccine works. I have wondered why did they use the ingredients that they did and what repercussions that they could have on the body. The other reason is that I wanted to find out WHY THESE VACCINES CAUSE SO MUCH HARM! I have also discovered that it is not necessarily the HPV VLP recombinant DNA as being the culprit in this cocktail because between the carrier solution and the vaccine there is only approx. 3.0% difference. I am now more prone to believe that it is the carrier solution with the adjuvant as being the real perpetrator in this vaccine cocktail of harm.

The ingredients of this cocktail are what cause the enhanced immune response. This is typical of any vaccine. What I did not understand over four years ago was why so many adverse reactions were being reported because of these HPV vaccines. I now have a better understanding of the process and what the vaccine cocktail has the potential to do.

In the Gardasil® vaccine we have the ingredients AAHS (MAA — amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate(1)) as the adjuvant and in the carrier solution 9.56 mg of sodium chloride, 0.78 mg of L-histidine, 50 mcg of polysorbate 80, 35 mcg of sodium borate. (1,2)

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Americans Refusing Flu Shot This Year — 40%+

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THURSDAY, Oct. 7 (HealthDay News) — Although vaccination against influenza can protect people from illness and help prevent the spread of flu, many Americans say they and their children won’t be getting a shot this coming season, new surveys reveal.

Despite the attention surrounding last year’s outbreak of H1N1 flu, 43 percent of Americans say they will not be getting the vaccine this fall, according to a survey from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID).

Another survey from the same group found a third of American mothers saying they have no plans to get a flu shot for their children.

Those decisions could come back to haunt Americans, experts said.

“Flu is serious. Every year millions of people get sick; more than 200,000 people are hospitalized and thousands of people die from influenza,” Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said during a Thursday morning press conference. In keeping with CDC guidelines, “everyone over the age of 6 months should get a flu shot,” he said.

Flu vaccination remains the best way to protect yourself against the illness, Frieden added.

“There is plenty of vaccine available,” he said. “This year we think that the three strains of influenza in the flu vaccine are going to be excellent matches with the flu that’s circulating.”

This year’s shot contains vaccine against the H1N1 pandemic flu that caused a major outbreak in the last flu season, Frieden noted.

“More than 119 million doses [of flu vaccine] have already been distributed in the United States. That’s more than 30 million more doses than were distributed by this time last year,” Dr. Daniel Jernigan, Deputy Director of CDC’s Influenza Division, said during the press conference.

However, as important as flu vaccine is, many people still don’t get vaccinated.

Flu expert Dr. Marc Siegel noted that many people who opt not to get a flu shot are falling prey to myths about the vaccine. “It’s all because of this nonsense that’s been circulating that somehow the flu shot is dangerous,” he said. “The fear of the vaccine outweighs the fear of the disease and that’s a huge mistake, because the disease is more dangerous than the vaccine.”

In addition, children should be vaccinated not only so they won’t get the flu, but so they can’t spread it, Siegel, an associate professor of medicine at New York University, said. “Children don’t have any immunity. They are super-spreaders of the flu,” he explained.

According to the NFID telephone survey of more than 1,000 adults, conducted in late August, one big factor in deciding to get vaccinated is a doctor’s recommendation. In addition, the desire to protect family members and not having to be laid up for a week were also reasons cited by most people who planned on getting the shot, the survey found.

In addition, 77 percent of Americans are aware that new recommendations support most people getting a flu shot and are planning to get vaccinated. And awareness of the vaccine’s effectiveness does seem to boost acceptance, the survey found.

Among mothers, 80 percent said they had not changed their attitude about flu vaccine since last year’s H1N1 scare and 65 percent do plan to have their children vaccinated. However, 33 percent don’t plan on vaccinating their children, while 2 percent are undecided, according to the survey. The survey was conducted in mid-August and involved more than 600 mothers of children aged 6 to 18.

Among the 43 percent of Americans who don’t plan on being vaccinated misconceptions — and what the researchers call “magical thinking” — were cited as reasons for not getting a shot. These include mistaken beliefs that there are other ways to protect yourself from flu (71 percent), or the belief that they are healthy and the flu “doesn’t worry them” (69 percent).

About half of those who are balking at getting the shot worry that the vaccine may be harmful, while 62 percent believe that the vaccine actually gives you the flu (it doesn’t) or side effects. Forty-eight percent don’t believe the vaccine will match the flu that is circulating and so won’t be effective.

Other misconceptions abound: According to the survey, 62 percent of all Americans mistakenly think the vaccine protects against just one strain of flu, and 34 percent think hand-washing is as effective as the vaccine in preventing influenza.

“The idea that you are not going to spread the flu by washing your hands has never been proven,” Siegal noted.

The story is different for those folks charged with advising people on flu: doctors.

In a separate NFID online survey of 400 physicians, conducted in mid-September, an overwhelming 90 percent said they planned to get vaccinated. Three percent remained uncertain and less than 2 percent of doctors said they would not get vaccinated.

In addition, most doctors recommend flu shots to their families, friends and patients, the survey found.

According to NFID, each year flu causes more than 200,000 hospitalizations and between 3,330 and 49,000 deaths, depending on the severity of circulating strains.

More information

For more information on flu, visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

SOURCES: Oct. 7, 2010, teleconference with: Thomas R. Frieden, M.D., M.P.H., director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Daniel Jernigan, M.D., M.P.H., Deputy Director, CDC Influenza Division; surveys, National Foundation of Infectious Disease; Marc Siegel, M.D., associate professor, medicine, New York University