October 18, 2017 at 2:03 pm #51344
October 18, 2017
The Vaccine Cartel: Largest Criminal Organization in the World – Why Your Flu Shot is Probably Illegal
by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
If you are getting a flu shot this season, chances are that those who are providing the vaccine to you are breaking federal laws – and they don’t care.
The reason they don’t care is because in 1986 Congress passed a law that then President Ronald Reagan signed which gave pharmaceutical companies that manufacture vaccines and medical personnel who administer those vaccines total legal immunity for injuries or deaths related to vaccines.
As a result, federal guidelines for administering vaccines that are designed to protect patients are routinely ignored, especially when it comes to the annual flu shot that almost anyone can purchase in a pharmacy just as easily as they can purchase a candy bar or can of soda.
If you have a severe reaction, injury, or are killed by the flu shot, you or your family have no legal recourse to sue the manufacturer or those who gave you the vaccine, even if they broke federal laws in administering the vaccine (as most do). You must hire an attorney and sue the Federal Government in vaccine court, where attorneys working for the Department of Justice (DOJ) will fight you to try and prevent you from being compensated for your injury or death.
Health Impact News is probably the only media organization that publishes the quarterly reports from the DOJ listing settlements in the vaccine court for vaccine injuries and deaths, and each report clearly shows that the annual flu vaccine is the most dangerous vaccine in the U.S., causing severe injuries and deaths each year.
The most recent report from September 2017 listed 275 injuries and four deaths from the flu vaccine. But the manufacturers of the flu vaccines and those who administer them take no responsibility and suffer no consequences, even if they broke the law.
Justice for criminal medical murders and injuries largely does not exist in the United States.
Information About the Flu Vaccine that is Required by Federal Law
You Must Receive a Vaccine Information Statement Prior to Receiving a Flu Shot
When someone injects you with the flu vaccine (as well as most other vaccines), federal law requires that they first give to you a Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) before injecting you.
Federal law (under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act) requires a health care provider to give a copy of the current VIS to an adult patient or to a child’s parent/legal representative before vaccinating an adult or child with a dose of the following vaccines: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella, polio, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), influenza, pneumococcal conjugate, meningococcal, rotavirus, human papillomavirus (HPV), or varicella (chickenpox). Source.
In addition to the requirement to give you this VIS about the vaccine you are receiving (and if it is a multi-dose vaccine they are required to provide a VIS for each dose), whomever is administering the vaccine is also required by federal law to:
record in the patient’s medical record (or permanent office log or file) the following information:
The edition date of the VIS (found on the back) (i.e., the date of the visit, right bottom corner)
The date the VIS is provided (i.e., the date of the visit when the vaccine is administered)
In addition, providers must record:
The office address and name and title of the person who administers the vaccine
The date the vaccine is administered
The vaccine manufacturer and lot number
What are the Warnings About the Flu Shot Given in the VIS?
There are currently two Vaccine Information Statements related to the flu vaccine, one for flu vaccines that are “Live, Intranasal” and one for all flu vaccines that are “Inactivated or Recombinant.”
Here is what these Statements say about who should not receive flu vaccines:
Inactivated or Recombinant flu shot:
Tell the person who is giving you the vaccine:
• If you have any severe, life-threatening allergies.
If you ever had a life-threatening allergic reaction
after a dose of flu vaccine, or have a severe allergy to
any part of this vaccine, you may be advised not to
get vaccinated. Most, but not all, types of flu vaccine
contain a small amount of egg protein.
• If you ever had Guillain-Barré Syndrome (also
Some people with a history of GBS should not get this
vaccine. This should be discussed with your doctor.
• If you are not feeling well.
It is usually okay to get the flu vaccine when you have
a mild illness, but you might be asked to come back
when you feel better.
Live, Intranasal flu shot:
Some people should not get LAIV because of age, health
conditions, or other reasons. Most of these people should
get an injected flu vaccine instead. Your healthcare
provider can help you decide.
Tell the provider if you or the person being vaccinated:
• have any allergies, including an allergy to eggs, or
have ever had an allergic reaction to an influenza
• have ever had Guillain-Barré Syndrome (also called
• have any long-term heart, breathing, kidney, liver, or
nervous system problems.
• have asthma or breathing problems, or are a child who
has had wheezing episodes.
• are pregnant.
• are a child or adolescent who is receiving aspirin or
• have a weakened immune system.
• will be visiting or taking care of someone, within the
next 7 days, who requires a protected environment (for
example, following a bone marrow transplant)
Sometimes LAIV should be delayed. Tell the provider if
you or the person being vaccinated:
• are not feeling well. The vaccine could be delayed
until you feel better.
• have gotten any other vaccines in the past 4 weeks.
Live vaccines given too close together might not work
• have taken influenza antiviral medication in the past
• have a very stuffy nose.
Please note that with the Live, attenuated flu vaccine, administered as a nasal spray, that the CDC and flu manufacturers are admitting that the person receiving the vaccine is carrying around the live virus and is in danger of infecting others for 7 days!
Think about the hypocrisy about influenza outbreaks currently practiced in public places. If there is an influenza outbreak in a school, for example, who is encouraged to stay home because they are perceived as a risk to the rest of the population? Those who have received the Live, attenuated flu vaccine?
No! The unvaccinated are deemed to be at risk for spreading the influenza, and are ordered to stay home.
In a hospital setting who among the medical staff is required to stay home or wear a mask because they are perceived to be a threat to the patient population? Those who have received the Live, attenuated flu vaccine?
No! The unvaccinated nurses and other hospital staff are perceived to be a threat to the patient population, and either are required to wear a mask or often they are fired from their positions for refusing the flu vaccine.
Do These VIS Sheets Meet Federal Requirements for Flu Shot Warnings?
Part of the information that is required by federal law to be given to everyone prior to receiving the flu vaccine is given in this statement from the VIS:
If you have any severe, life-threatening allergies.
If you ever had a life-threatening allergic reaction after a dose of flu vaccine, or have a severe allergy to any part of this vaccine, you may be advised not to get vaccinated. Most, but not all, types of flu vaccine contain a small amount of egg protein.
Notice that the only potential allergen given in this warning is to “egg protein,” yet the warning is for “any part of this vaccine.”
How would you know if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in a flu shot if you are not provided with a list of ingredients of that particular flu vaccine (there are several different flu vaccines on the market, each with different lists of ingredients)?
For example, did you know that one of the new flu vaccines on the market contains armyworms and insects?
The VAXXED team recently went into a pharmacy and asked some basic questions about the flu shot. When they asked “Is there anything I should worry about in getting the flu shot?” the response given was: “The only contra-indication is if you are allergic to eggs.”
When asked if they had the product insert for the vaccine from the manufacturer, the person replied: “When we open the box we just throw it away.”November 2, 2017 at 9:20 am #51395
“The only contra-indication is if you are allergic to eggs.”
This last throw-away line is very important.
Yesterday a friend alerted me to France having recently granted a licence to Dow Chemicals to sell farmers a new type of systemic pesticide for use on many crops. My friend was extremely worried about the “Bees” … how would the “Bees” survive ?
Yes good question.
But another question is what is this pesticide used for ?
Any ideas ?
Think for a moment ?
Yes, they are spraying your food whilst it’s in the ground.
And then you eat it all up.
Being worried about the “Bees” is what you are taught to think, so that you don’t ask the real questions.
You are being poisoned.
Somehow you don’t know.
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