H1N1 vaccine contains toxic Squalene, Thimerosal mercury and Polysorbate
Monday, November 16, 2009 - 13:46
The H1N1 contains these three controversial and dangerous Squalene, Thimerosal mercury and Polysorbate. All of these at some point and time has been labeled as dangerous and should not be administered by injection. Here is the composition of the Arepanrix H1N1 Pandemic Influenza Vaccine according to a information leaflet, form Canada, that comes with the vaccine
Split influenza virus, inactivated, containing antigen* equivalent to:
A/California/7/2009 (H1N1)v-like strain (X-179A) 3.75μg HA** per 0.5mL dose
* isolated from virus propagated in eggs
** HA = haemagglutinin
Preservative content is 5μg Thimerosal USP per 0.5mL dose or 2.5 micrograms organic mercury (Hg) per 0.5mL dose
Adjuvant: DL-α-tocopherol 11.86 milligrams/0.5mL dose Squalene 10.69 milligrams/0.5mL dose, Polysorbate 80 4.86 milligrams/0.5mL dose
As you can see all three of these components are found in the vaccine and in large amounts.
I am going to start with Squalene. During the Gulf War military personnel was administered a vaccine that contained Squalene. Most of these men got Gulf War Syndrome.
Symptoms attributed to this syndrome have been wide-ranging, including chronic fatigue, loss of muscle control, headaches, dizziness and loss of balance, memory problems, muscle and joint pain, indigestion, skin problems, shortness of breath, and even insulin resistance. Brain cancer deaths, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (also known as Lou Gehrig's disease), multiple sclerosis, and fibromyalgia are now recognized by the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments as potentially connected to service during the Gulf War. wikipedia
In August 2002 in a article entitled 'Antibodies to Squalene in Recipient of Anthrax Vaccine' claimed that the Squalene creates antibodies that causes a persons body to 'attack' itself. When doing test it showed that all of the Gulf War Syndrome patients had traces of Squalene antibodies present. Let me explain, normal antibodies in a persons body searches for viruses such as a cold and attack it, now what these squalene antibodies does it sees the persons cells as 'the enemy' and attacks the persons own cells. Turning the body against itself almost like a internal war.
Squalene is that it can be applied to the skin, inhaled and even taken orally and would still be safe even beneficail some would say but it should not be injected under any circumstances. It reacts very differently when injected.
What is the purpose of Squalene in the vaccine? According to the World Health Organizations Global advisory committee on vaccine safety page on Squalene:
* Squalene is a component of some adjuvants that are added to vaccines to enhance the immune response.
* MF59, an adjuvant produced by Novartis and added to the FLUAD flu vaccine, is such an example.
* Squalene by itself is not an adjuvant, but emulsions of squalene with surfactants do enhance the immune response.
I found this video of Dr. Laibow talking on the radio about the Squalene and what it does.
Swine Flu's vaccine's devastating ingredient - Squalene