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Friday, January 15, 2010
Still More Proof H1N1 Vaccines NOT Effective
Subtitle: Giving Squalene a New Name
We have several points on a not so new "news" story, but the most significant about this is that the pharma industry continues to just simply state, albeit in a roundabout manner but very clearly if you pay attention, that their vaccines are not effective.
The latest stumble bumble blunder by pharma is that a drug company, "SciClone", has announced that they have a new "booster" drug (which sounds like an adjuvant but they danced around calling it that). The victims that were injected with two doses of their new "booster" and their H1N1 vaccine, were "more likely to have an immune response to the vaccine" than those who were only subjected to their vaccine. Interesting that they announce this like it was a breakthrough rather than focusing on the fact that their vaccine has to have a booster of some (supposedly) new drug in order for their vaccine to be even somewhat more effective.
Point 1. They are admitting that their H1N1 vaccine by itself is not effective. This of course is nothing new, as drug company inserts shipped with the H1N1 vaccines state that the vaccines can only expected to be effective "less than 30% of the time" (always remember that zero percent is "less than 30%").
Point 2. It was noted that this booster drug could be used to treat other maladies such as hepatitis. It was not mentioned just how this booster drug worked, but it sounds exactly like an adjuvant, which cranks up the immune system. Note that in a recent study group, 100% of the deaths of people that (supposedly) had H1N1 were actually attributed to "cytokine storms" which is due to a cranked-up run-away immune system.
Maybe the CDC has found another way to offload some of the half a billion dollars worth of squalene that they bought with our tax dollars before it was banned for use in America, secretly supplying it to drug companies like Sciclone with weak vaccines and hyping it as a "booster"?