UK School Girl May Have Died Of Cervical Cancer Vaccination

I keep up this grim research here, all about vaccinations, because it is important and I am curious, not doctrinaire.  The latest news that the new vaccination for cervical cancer may (note the word here) have caused the death of a school girl is something we must heed.  If this is true, then the vaccination should be examined more closely or withdrawn.  By the way, this is VERY UNUSUAL for vaccinations.  This is why one death makes the news.


Nothing on this planet is ever perfect.  People who demand perfection get really gross messes.  That is, if we forbid something because it has a one in a million chance of not working, we would have no systems at all, no medicines and nothing operational.  But the GOAL should be as close to perfection as humanly possible.  Keeping this in mind is important: it forces people to improve things over and over again instead of passively waiting.  Humans have existed while living in nihilism for many generations.  It is only when we have swift technological and sociological changes, do we have the desire for perfection.


For example, people passively lived in many cultures with very primitive medical care, accepting massive child deaths as well as mostly a short life, usually less than 50 years.  Thanks to modern medicine and science, the death rate of babies is vanishingly small in civilized places and the longevity rates for adults has passed 80 years in some countries.  I remember when it was very rare for someone to reach 80 years of age!  Now, it is quite common.  Nonetheless, it is disheartening to hear that some child died due to a failure of the medical system.  And this is important news.


14-year-old dies after being given cervical cancer jab – Telegraph

The teenager was one of four classmates who suffered side-effects at a school in Coventry after receiving the jab as part of the national immunisation programme.


The other girls suffered dizziness and nausea after being injected with Cervarix, which guards against the human papilloma virus (HPV), but did not need hospital treatment. The batch of vaccine has since been quarantined and the Medicines and Health care products Regulatory Agency is investigating….


…The HPV virus is a sexually transmitted infection that causes up to seven in 10 cervical cancer cases. It is thought the 14-year-old’s death is the first linked to the jab since the nationwide vaccination commenced last year. The Cervarix vaccine is being distributed to all schoolgirls aged 12 and over as part of the national campaign. By 2011 all girls under 18 will have been offered the jab. Ministers say the scheme will ultimately save 700 lives a year.


If the death rate is one in a million, this is bad.  One in 700 is totally unacceptable.  Now, as per usual here, I thought it would be good to go visit a number of websites to get full information.  I mostly use mainstream websites for the simple reason, if they give out erroneous information, we can go after them. In general, these sites strive to give as much information as possible, believe it or not.  So first, off to see what this disease is:


STD Facts – Human papillomavirus (HPV)

HPV infection. Approximately 20 million Americans are currently infected with HPV, and another 6.2 million people become newly infected each year. At least 50% of sexually active men and women acquire genital HPV infection at some point in their lives.


Genital warts. About 1% of sexually active adults in the U.S. have genital warts at any one time.


Cervical cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2008, 11,070 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer in the U.S.


Other HPV-related cancers are much less common than cervical cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2008, there will be:

  • 3,460 women diagnosed with vulvar cancer;
  • 2,210 women diagnosed with vaginal and other female genital cancers;
  • 1,250 men diagnosed with penile and other male genital cancers; and
  • 3,050 women and 2,020 men diagnosed with anal cancer.


Certain populations may be at higher risk for HPV-related cancers, such as gay and bisexual men, and individuals with weak immune systems (including those who have HIV/AIDS).


RRP is very rare. It is estimated that less than 2,000 children get RRP every year.


vaccine can now protect females from the four types of HPV that cause most cervical cancers and genital warts. The vaccine is recommended for 11 and 12 year-old girls. It is also recommended for girls and women age 13 through 26 who have not yet been vaccinated or completed the vaccine series.


For those who choose to be sexually active, condoms may lower the risk of HPV, if used all the time and the right way. Condoms may also lower the risk of developing HPV-related diseases, such as genital warts and cervical cancer. But HPV can infect areas that are not covered by a condom—so condoms may not fully protect against HPV.  So the only sure way to prevent HPV is to avoid all sexual activity.


Individuals can also lower their chances of getting HPV by being in a mutually faithful relationship with someone who has had no or few sex partners. However, even people with only one lifetime sex partner can get HPV, if their partner was infected with HPV. For those who are not in long-term mutually monogamous relationships, limiting the number of sex partners and choosing a partner less likely to be infected may lower the risk of HPV. Partners less likely to be infected include those who have had no or few prior sex partners. But it may not be possible to determine if a partner who has been sexually active in the past is currently infected.


Humans are part of the ape family.  This group of animals is very prone to running around, having fun with sex.  Sex is recreation, that is, with not only the primates but many of the members of this extended family.  Anyone working with or observing apes knows that sex is an important form of entertainment with these animals and in humans, it is doubly so.  We can’t help it: we love sex, obsess about sex and if we try to avoid it, we fall into even more sexual fantasies.  For example, a number of female saints in the Catholic church had very expressive sexual encounters with various divinities going all the way back to the young mother of Jesus who got pregnant via magical god systems.


So germs find this business to be a very good way of making their own way in the world.  Germs like systems that are warm, wet and promiscuous.  Humans are very promiscuous and even has had cross-sexual relations with other apes not to mention, sheep and other animals.  Ahem.  Yes, humans will play games with nearly anything that can be nailed down.  This is a very deep imperative for us.


So asking us to not have sex is nearly impossible.  Since sex is nearly impossible to avoid and since loyalty to each other is nearly impossible (often, it seems as if someone is loyal but then we find out this isn’t true at all) we have to deal with communicable diseases connected with this sort of social activity.  Note that 50% of the population has exposure to the HPV diseases. Which are not one disease but are, like most viral infections, a complex family of related diseases.  For one thing viruses are really good at is mutations.  Evolution works well with them, they are one of the oldest things on earth that can multiply and divide.


FDA Advisory Committee makes favorable recommendation for Cervarix, GlaxoSmithKline’s candidate cervical cancer vaccine

The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2009, in the U.S. approximately 11,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and 4,000 women will die from the disease. Worldwide, more than 500,000 women will be newly diagnosed with cervical cancer and 280,000 women will die from it each year.


OK: we have to keep a number in mind here.  That is,  over a quarter million women die of this virus every year. This is a big number.  It is not a piffling number.  There are an astonishing number of people who think, this sort of thing is immaterial.  It is not immaterial.  IF there is a good vaccine that would prevent these awful and painful deaths, deaths of mothers who then leave orphans to fend for themselves, then this is a good thing.  Let’s get more data here:

FDA backs new cervical cancer vaccine Cervarix – Sexual health-

Sept . 9, 2009


WASHINGTON – Federal health officials said Wednesday a long-delayed vaccine from GlaxoSmithKline successfully blocks the leading virus that causes cervical cancer in women. The Food and Drug Administration’s vaccine panel voted overwhelmingly that the vaccine Cervarix appears safe and effective for girls and women ages 10 to 25. If the FDA follows the group’s advice, Glaxo would begin competing against Merck’s vaccine Gardasil, which has controlled the U.S. market since 2006.


First off, we should be very happy that drug companies are anxious to develop vaccinations that work.  They do NOT want to develop ones that don’t work for obvious reasons.  Despite some hysteria in certain quarters (ahem) if a drug company made a virus that killed people, it would not have very many customers. I have enjoyed the protection of quite a few different vaccinations over the course of my long life so I happen to be rather fond of these medical miracles.  But this doesn’t mean that the vaccinations are always working exactly as advertised!  Just like aspirin didn’t work perfectly.  It was considered a miracle drug until people figured out, YEARS LATER, that it has a downside.


For example, I can’t take aspirin due to using it too much in my youth (I was raped as a child and suffered considerable physical pain due to the internal damage….now, my stomach can’t take it at all!)—if you take it too much, you can have internal bleeding, stomach ulcers (hello!) and mini-strokes.  On the other hand, using aspirin type medicines helps in high fevers, headaches, arthritis and other ailments.  So we live with the downside because it is better than living in the raw, being hammered by serious pain and suffering.


Now, again, as USUAL here, I go visit the home corporation in the above story.  GlaxoSmithKline is a conglomerate that is international.  Now, it seems that vaccinations are very much controlled by governments!  Surprise!  And each has its own rules and regulations…another big surprise.  And even greater surprise: they don’t match each other at all.  Each has its own systems, history and situations.  Please remember this fact when going to non-mainstream sites that claim that ‘they’ are shoving vaccinations down our throats to kill us.  This is utterly ridiculous.


What is interesting is how the UK has a MUCH longer list of vaccinations that were OKed by the government there!  I never ask people to believe anything I say without trying to give the raw data.  So below is the GSK list for vaccines in the UK versus vaccinations in the US:


UK trademarks – Vaccines – GlaxoSmithKline



The following list includes our major vaccines in the United Kingdom. If you click on the brand name, you can view a copy of the Patient Information Leaflet for this vaccine. This information is for UK residents only.

UK Trademark
  • ACWY Vax
  • meningococcal polysaccharides serogroups A, C, W135 and Y
  • Ambirix
  • Hepatitis A (inactivated) and hepatitis B (rDNA) (HAB) vaccine (adsorbed)

  • Human Papillomavirus vaccine (types 16, 18) – recombinant, adjuvanted, adsorbed
  • Engerix-B
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine (Recombinant)
  • Fendrix
  • Hepatitis B (rDNA) vaccine (adjuvanted, adsorbed
  • Fluarix
  • influenza vaccine
  • Havrix
  • hepatitis A vaccine, inactivated
  • Hepatyrix
  • Hepatitis A (inactivated, adsorbed) and Typhoid Polysaccharide vaccine
  • Infanrix
  • diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine adsorbed
  • Infanrix IPV
  • diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (acellular, component) and poliomyelitis (inactivated) vaccine (adsorbed)
  • Infanrix IPV + HIB
  • diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (acellular, component) and poliomyelitis (inactivated) and Haemophilus influenzae serotype b conjugate vaccine (adsorbed)
  • Menitorix
  • combined Haemophilus influenzae type b and Neisseria meningitidis group C (Hib-MenC) conjugate vaccines
  • Poliomyelitis
  • poliomyelitis monodose vaccine live (oral)
  • Priorix
  • measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (live attenuated virus)
  • Rotarix
  • human rotavirus vaccine, live attenuated
  • Twinrix
  • combined hepatitis A (inactivated virus) and hepatitis B vaccine (genetically derived surface antigen)
  • Typherix
  • typhoid vaccine (purified polysaccharide antigen)
  • Varilrix
  • varicella in healthy adults and adolescents

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US Trademark
  • Boostrix
  • tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid and acellular pertussis vaccine, adsorbed
  • Engerix-B
  • hepatitis B vaccine (recombinant)
  • Fluarix
  • influenza vaccine
  • FluLaval
  • influenza vaccine
  • Havrix
  • hepatitis A vaccine, inactivated
  • Hiberix
  • haemophilus B conjugate vaccine (tetanus toxoid conjugate)
  • Infanrix
  • diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine adsorbed
  • Kinrix
  • diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis adsorbed and inactivated poliovirus vaccine
  • Pediarix
  • diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis adsorbed, hepatitis B (recombinant) and inactivated poliovirus vaccine combined
  • Rotarix
  • rotavirus vaccine, live, oral
  • Twinrix
  • combined hepatitis A (inactivated virus) and hepatitis B vaccine (genetically derived surface antigen)

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18 vaccinations for the Brits and only 12 for the US!  If we look at these lists above, we see that many of these vaccinations are for the same diseases but are in different doses as well as combinations of doses.  This is so doctors can pick and choose which ones are best for their patients.  Believe it or not, doctors are not all demons out to steal our souls.  Nor are they Frankensteins.


I am absolutely certain that GSK’s scientists and researchers are all going crazy tonight over the news from Britain!  They will not rest until they track down all the details and then go over the entire business with a very fine-toothed comb.  Now, on to a related topic, contraceptives.  I have tremendous experiences with contraceptives.  For my surgeon gave me the earliest form of birth control pills in 1963 when I was a child, just to get my periods to work right again.


Health Concerns Are Raised Over Use of Popular Contraceptives –

Yaz, in particular, the top-selling birth control pill in the United States, owes much of its popularity to multimillion-dollar ad campaigns that have promoted the drug as a quality-of-life treatment to combat acne and severe premenstrual depression. Yaz, a newer sister drug to Yasmin, contains less estrogen. The franchise had worldwide sales of about $1.8 billion last year, based on Bayer’s successful positioning of Yasmin and Yaz as the go-to drug brands for women under 35. But recently, the Yaz line’s image has been clouded by concerns from some researchers, health advocates and plaintiffs’ lawyers. They say that the drugs put women at higher risk for blood clots, strokes and other health problems than some other birth control pills do.


EVERY innovation with hormones that prevent pregnancy are always greeted with joy and then, as the many downside parts appear, people then go searching for another nostrum.  I remember well, how sick my own pills made me!  I was very sick from it.  When I went to Germany three years later, at 16, a German doctor who was a woman was horrified when she saw the pills my doctor in America gave me!  She said, ‘The dose is much too high for you!’ And she gave me much better pills.  And gave me a three year amount of pills, saying, ‘Americans are far behind us in this business.  You will be unable to get good medicine in the US.’


And this is certainly true.  The fears and phobias in this country never ceases to amaze me.  Especially in the area of birth control.  One of the problems of the oldest US birth control pills was bleeding.  I had to worry about this.  I tried other methods over the years and some were beastly, just beastly.  But then, getting an abortion in the US is also beastly hard to do.  Making abortions easier is the best solution.  But we won’t see that any time soon.  Nope, not at all.  So we stumble along, limping into the 21st century.


Now, on to the very pesky topic of flu shots.  Now, I have had these for YEARS with no problems at all, not even slightly.  Compared to my struggles with birth control, it is so nice!  But then, for many Americans this is a topic as fearful as birth control issues.  So let’s look at the latest news here and don’t hate me for talking about this matter:


Most parents won’t have kids get H1N1 flu shots, study finds —

In a poll of 1,678 U.S. parents conducted by the University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, 40% said they would get their children immunized against the H1N1 virus — even as 54% indicated they would get their kids vaccinated against regular seasonal flu. Among those who said they do not intend to have their kids vaccinated against H1N1, almost half — 46% — indicated they’re not worried about their children becoming ill with the pandemic virus. Twenty percent said they do not believe the H1N1 flu is a serious disease.


There were differences along racial and ethnic lines in parents’ responses, which were collected Aug. 13 to Aug. 31. More than half of Latino parents said they would bring their kids to get vaccinated against H1N1. Among white parents, 38% said they would do so. African American parents were the least inclined to vaccinate: 30% said they planned to do so.


When I first talked about this disease, I was shocked to see so many readers get angry when I was merely talking normally.  I thought, if I came  up with some bizarre conspiracy theory about disease or vaccinations, people would be angry.  But since then,  I have learned that there is a huge community that seriously fears vaccinations for a wide variety of reasons.  This puzzles me.  But then, I recall my lifelong battle on behalf of women’s contraceptives and it doesn’t puzzle me so much, these days.


So, the real question here is, why do Hispanic people not fear this vaccination?  And the answer is obvious: they have intimate experience in their own lives with pandemics!  And this latest one came first in Mexico, near a mega-pig farm, no less.  Asians have no problem with vaccinations for the same reasons.  The last major flu pandemic to hit the US was the Hong Kong flu and it didn’t hit us like it hit China and the rest of Asia.  I got it from someone who came through Hong Kong, for example.


It nearly killed me.  So my fear of pandemics is very strong and quite personal.  People who minimize this disease are doing so based on the fact that during the summer, it wasn’t so virulent.  But these viral surges get much stronger in the Northern Hemisphere in the fall and winter and the leaves on the trees outside my door are changing.  And the flu is resurgent.


My feeling here is, the US is overdue for some form of punishing event.  This saddens me a great deal.  Already, a number of children have died of this disease.  But the fears of vaccinations are so great now, as diseases vanish or fade due to good inoculation programs, we will have to learn the hard way, that the alternative to vaccinations is a lot of deaths.


Mandatory Flu Shots Hit Resistance –

With the H1N1 pandemic spreading rapidly, hundreds of thousands of doctors, nurses, orderlies and other U.S. health-care workers for the first time are being required to get flu shots, drawing praise from many public-health authorities but condemnation from some employees, unions and other critics who object to mandatory vaccination….


…The trend is being fueled by frustration at the stubbornly low proportion of health-care workers who get vaccinated each year despite years of coaxing, urging and incentives to do so voluntarily, combined with trepidation that the swine flu pandemic could overwhelm the health-care system, especially if many caregivers get sick, too. Critics, however, say the decision to get vaccinated should remain individual, especially for the swine flu vaccine, which was rushed into production to try to blunt the pandemic’s second wave.


This is very aggravating news!  If adults don’t get hurt very much by this disease but CHILDREN DIE, it behooves any adults working around vulnerable, sickly children to be vaccinated so they won’t spread these germs to these children!  Got that?  It is sadly, very simple to figure out.  If one cares about children, that is.


If a nurse who thinks vaccinations might upset her routine then goes to work slightly sick and coughs on a child she is treating and then that child dies, this is something nasty.  Like, murder.  When I had the Hong Kong flu, I had to be put in isolation.  And afterwards, I had to be in isolation so people with other diseases like the common cold, would not get me sick since even a slight infection would be fatal.


In general, going about a hospital, spitting germs on all and sundry is nasty.  Evil, even. I would think that anyone who is paranoid would worry about this!!!!  After all, when germs were first understood and discovered, many doctors and nurses still refused to even wash hands!  And face masks were not put on until the hideous 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic was killing MILLIONS of people!


We hope and pray that millions won’t die of this latest incarnation.  But letting doctors and nurses pick and choose which regimens they should follow when taking care of ill people is lunacy.  There has to be rules and regulations or no one will follow any protocols!  This is the reality of how we run any systems.

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34 responses to “UK School Girl May Have Died Of Cervical Cancer Vaccination

  1. Maiden America

    This author did 9 years of research to track back the history (back to the Nixon era) of the most incredible bioweapons ever developed.

    Click to access Aids-made-in-America-Jourv5n3.pdf


    ELAINE: That is pure bullshit.

    Good gods. I knew the very first people who got AIDS from the airline host who got it in Haiti! They were with the Joffery Ballet. They lived two blocks from my brownstone in Park Slope and were very gay. I knew them because I was a dancer back the and my sister-in-law was with the Joffery Ballet and my daughter studied there.

    And these poor dancers got very sick, very fast. With Karposi’s Sarcoma. And I watched in horror as they died. This disease came from Africa, went to Haiti and then hopped over to NYC. It was NOT created by some Frankenstein monsters. Good lord.

  2. In D.C. the public schools plan to inoculate all schoolgirls with the HPV vaccine. I find it creepy despite there being an opt-out. There seems to be a fair amount of community resistance.

    I honestly don’t know what to do personally about the flu vaccines. Elaine, despite your (rightful) paeans to modern medicine, i can’t help but notice we’re no longer living in an age of Alexander Fleming and Jonas Salk – the face of modern medicine is more that of Donald Rumsfeld, the Carlyle Group, Wall Street, and all the diseased money fucks.

    Would they kill me and anybody else for a nickel and have no trouble skating? Hm, that’s a tough one 🙂

  3. emsnews

    Again: if they were killing us with meds, this has been going on for thousands of years. At NO time in human history BEFORE vaccinations, has medicine totally triumphed against nature.

    This has happened with vaccinations. Namely, we made some very nasty diseases extinct. This is AMAZING. And belittled by people who want us to imagine mean doctors are conspiring with mean rich guys to kill us.

    Unless one is a polio or smallpox germ. Then, I can understand this fury towards vaccinations.

    Most of the time, we have doctors repairing stuff. And via understanding germs and the nature of biochemistry, we can get our bodies to function despite being sick or having serious genetic flaws.

    For example, Alzheimer’s is probably an inherited disease. So is autism. And a host of bodily problems.

    This is due to the ‘herd’ not being cruelly culled by predators and germs. So all the ‘defectives’ get to live a full life rather than dying young or at birth.

    Science has to play catch up all the time with the flood of genetic defectives that survive longer and reproduce more. We have to accept this fact or we can revert to the old methods which was to endure massive epidemics, frequent deaths and short lives and only half of all children making it to adulthood.

  4. Greg

    With the H1N1 pandemic spreading rapidly…….

    Its not spreading rapidly…. what a lot of rot!

  5. John

    The death of such a young girl is tragic but the following might be overdone;
    “was one of four classmates who suffered side effects…”

    Four bad reactions in one batch would be very unusual I suspect, but I would not neccesarily take that too seriously. My daughter attended an English all girls school and the level of drama and hysteria you would not believe. I suspect it is a modern English phenomena, but few girls would want top downplay the “trauma” of a vaccination!

  6. CK

    A quarter of a million is 8.3e-5 or .0000083% of the females in the world.
    Malnutrition, will kill many more.
    Israel and the US will kill many more.
    Failure to use DDT will kill many more.
    Of the 56,597,034 people who will die, this cancer is responsible for 0.004%.
    Tiny numbers.
    If the vaccine kills 1 in 700 women, it is a bit more deadly than the disease it aims to prevent. And there has been no testing to see what effects this vaccination will have on children born to mothers so vaccinated.
    Thalidomide should be remembered as well as polio vaccine.

    The people who didn’t create AIDS are the same non frankenstein monsters who didn’t do syphillis experiments on black men for 40 years. 1933 to 1972 the US Public health service, it is part of the glorious history of merka.

  7. emsnews

    One thing does NOT lead to another. I have noticed over my long life that there are people who just have to blame someone for natural events. AIDS arose in the ape population in Africa. It is a disease that is the result of mutations over time.

    Sex is a great way to cook up diseases….it is very intimate and it is done all over the place. Since it is one of the most bodily intrusive actions taken by mammals, it is a locus for spreading diseases.

    Getting all hot and paranoid about every disease that evolves naturally is a sign that one is losing a grip on reality.

    I know it is fun to blame our government for absolutely everything. But humans are at the mercy of evolutionary forces that we barely grasp.

  8. DM

    For example, Alzheimer’s is probably an inherited disease. So is autism. And a host of bodily problems.

    This is due to the ‘herd’ not being cruelly culled by predators and germs. So all the ‘defectives’ get to live a full life rather than dying young or at birth.

    You might be able to type as fast as you can think, but you certainly can’t think as fast as you can type.

    The onset of Alzheimer’s, for example, is normally well beyond reproductive age. Not likely to be ‘culled’ from the herd.


    ELAINE: Actually, it is ‘culled’ via the mechanism of the family. That is, people who have this problem and don’t have strong families, die quickly when in primitive communities. Strong families protect the senile elders. So Alzheimers has been part of human life since the creation of strong families. It isn’t culled except at times of war, etc. That is, like clockwork. Note that wars happen very regularly.

  9. Joe

    I see this issue still disables your critical thinking skills.


    ELAINE: Sorry about covering all angles of an issue. Maybe I should imitate all the chicken little websites that scream about all sorts of goofy things while proving nothing.

  10. Joe

    Just a small amount of research would have shown you that this virus DID NOT start in Mexico. Using MSM I can see why you think so but do a little research before repeating the lies of known liars.


    ELAINE: The first recorded cases were in southern Mexico. PERIOD. I am baffled that anyone can’t see this fact. If you go to only non-mainstream sites, you can suck down a lot of lies.

  11. Sky

    @ CK – “The people who didn’t create AIDS are the same non frankenstein monsters who didn’t do syphillis experiments on black men for 40 years. ”

    Yes, well, the non Frankenstein monsters had help.

    1946 – “The United States of America grants immunity to prosecution to Shiro Ishii, head of Japan’s notorious Unit 731 Program, and other major Japanese war criminals who, according to the U.S. Justice Department, “conducted inhumane and frequently lethal pseudo-medical experiments on thousands of captured American prisoners and civilians, including live dissections”. Compared to Ishii, the much better known Joseph Mengele, also rescued from prosecution by the U.S., is a bumbling amateur……..Ishii and the others provide the U.S. military with the results of their experiments to be used in the U.S. biological warfare program and they are then free to walk off into the sunset leaving the U.S. government to apply their results of their hard work. There are reports that Ishii lectured and worked at the U.S. Army’s biological warfare laboratories at Fort Detrick, Maryland.
    Other unprosecuted mass murderers and war criminals in Unit 731 become pillars of American controlled post-war Japan. One becomes the governor of Tokyo, another becomes president of the Japanese Medical Association and another will become head of the Japanese Olympic Committee. ”

    I’m not going to post what Ishii did, it’s too gruesome. Read it for yourselves.

    Now ask yourselves WHY the USA staged show trials for low level war criminals and REWARDED those at the top.

  12. emsnews

    YES, the military does play with germs! Obviously.

    This does NOT mean that all diseases are caused by this process. Not even slightly. The need to jump to conclusions is very powerful if one wants to do this. It is as easy as printing money.

    Sorry if this disturbs people. I go after the real conspiracies and there certainly are such things. But labeling all events as conspiracies is like printing money: it debases the currency.

    I see this all over the internet. I chose this year to tackle this mania because I am very alarmed as to how it is destroying any sane evaluation of what is really going on in the world.

    Paranoia is a very dangerous thing. It leads to mass murder! This scares me no end. Look at how readers absolutely hate me when I caution about this force that is at work within all of us.

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  14. Joe

    You are NOT covering all angles of this issue and if you go to MSM sites you can and will suck down a lot of lies

  15. Joe

    Using the extreme belief that the elites are killing us as your ‘other sides’ is not healthy. You are falling prey to what those tactics are there for….to discredit opposition.

  16. Joe

    If your understanding is the current H1N1 late-2009 season flu pandemic began in Mexico as it spread from herds of pigs to humans there you are probably among the millions who have been misled as to the origins of this flu outbreak.

    Only one group of virologists that I could find has asked the right questions and has properly investigated the origins of the H1N1 swine flu virus of 2009. Yet even these virologists are off the mark when it comes to understanding the current flu pandemic.

    Professor Adrian Gibbs and Dr. Jean Downie, virologists writing at the Institute of Science in Society, provide much of the following data for the origins of the current late-season flu outbreak that is sweeping the globe.

    It is easy to get confused when reading about H1N1 flu viruses. When referring to H1N1 flu variants, these do not necessarily refer to the triple reassortant H1N1 late-2009 flu virus that is completely novel and unprecedented. The Spanish Flu of 1918 was an H1N1 flu variant, but not the exact variant currently in circulation. These flu variants need to be distinguished from each other.

    Furthermore, pay careful attention here because the H1N1 late-2009 season flu virus is now the prevalent flu virus in circulation in the North American population and for unexplained reasons the seasonal flu threat has ceased to exist, at least at the date of writing this report (Sept. 24, 2009). The seasonal flu has vanished this year.

    Here are the facts surrounding an investigation into the origins of the H1N1 swine flu of 2009 as Professor Gibbs and Dr. Downie present them, along with cited references to other important facts I uncovered in my own investigation:

  17. emsnews

    This isn’t the 1918 flu. This is a ‘new’ flu. Viruses do all sorts of odd and funny things totally without any human interventions. From the view of the germ’s perspective, we are like giant biomasses to be colonized.

    Also, when it comes to science, if someone is holding a contrary theory, they MUST have immense amounts of hard, solid reproducible, recreatable proof.

  18. PLovering

    @Maiden America — wonderful posting. Great article.

    Once past the psuedo-science barriers on this forum, the answers are simply self-evident — res ipsa loquitur — the thing speaks for itself.

    All vaccinations cause brain damage, disease, chronic illness, aging, and death.

    And the medical system is sick and in denial enough to foist Rockefeller’s Final Solution vaccine upon the public.

    Take “shingles” disease, for instance, effecting hundreds of thousands of Americans, and easily cured with colloidal silver. But the FDA forbids doctors to even mention colloidal silver, much less use it. So shingles patients linger on chewing up Big Pharma’s high priced antibiotics.

    It’s like selling cancer with tobacco — great for the medical business.

    Now, we come to the swine flu and the great fuckup at Rockefeller’s Institute of Experimental Pathology, Special Virus Cancer Program. Rocky’s scientists have the mycoplama and retrovirus, but have not yet mastered zoonotic diseases: HIV-AIDS never lived up to eugenic expectations. And now Rocky is running out of time.

    What to do?! The Imperial Empire is near collapse and the world is still filled with billions of useless eaters.

    Well, Rocky falls back on his modest success with anthrax vaccine and Gulf War Syndrome. Just a few molecules of adjuvant “Squalene” plus tiny amounts of Thimerosal (mercury) added to the anthrax vaccine and Bob’s Your Uncle: a few hundred thousand crippled U.S. Soldiers.

    So, Rocky says, forget the virus in swine flu. We’ll go the anthrax vaccine one better. We’ll load the swine flu vaccine with a million times more “Squalene” and 25,000X more “Thimerosal” and vaccinate/kill almost everybody. Chosen few excepted, of course.

    Problem solved.

  19. CK

    @Sky: Thank you for the links. I find it harder and harder to have any trust/faith/belief in government or the people who worship it. Operation Northwoods fits the same mold. The Tuskeegee syphillis experiments likewise.
    I suppose it is difficult to reconcile the evil that is the US government with the wonderousnous that is supposed to be this shining city on a hill, the spectred glade, this america.

    Eventually the serfs remove their consent, and the government strikes back with larger and larger fury at its own properties, its populace.
    Mayhap AIDS is the 20th century equivalent of the poxy blankets the english gave to the locals here in america.

  20. CK

    From an earlier post:
    Data suggests that males who had the full run of vaccinations during their babyhood and childhood are much more likely to need Viagra or other ED meds by their late 40’s early 50s. Men in their 60’s and older who had many fewer vaccinations are much less likely to need ED meds.


    ELAINE: HAHAHAHA. False. I know that old geezers had lots of trouble getting it up and don’t ask how I know this information. Just trust me on this one.

  21. CK

    The MSM enjoys reportage that shows neighbouring countries in a negative light.
    Being the first reported incident in the MSM does not mean that it was indeed the first incident.
    It is claimed e.g. that the US government has known for years about the nuke plant under contrustion at Qom; taken for granted in the MSM is that the US knew.
    Unthinkable that the US did not know, and had to react like the proverbial scalded cat. So how do we know that the US knew? The US government told us so, through unnamed sources speaking off the record to members of the MSM. And the Great Worm Ourobouros sticks its head further up its rectum and smells gas.


    ELAINE: It is the first incident. I know if you go to goofy sites that have a poor record when it comes to telling the truth about vaccinations, you get goofy stories that have virtually no proof or no proof at all.

  22. Getting my H1N1 vaccination next week.

    Gardasil was invented by Prof Ian Frazer at the University of Queensland and co-developed by CSL and Merck. It works by blocking infection with certain types of HPV, the cause of genital warts and most cervical cancer, and is the first cancer cervical vaccine to reach the market.

    Analysts believe sales of Gardasil could top $US2 billion a year. In the US, about 10,000 women contract cervical cancer each year, and 3700 die from it. Merck has said it will charge $US120 for the vaccine.

    In a statement, CSL managing director Brian McNamee said the FDA’s tick for Gardasil was a landmark for Australian medical science.

    CSL will also earn royalties from a rival to Gardasil, GlaxoSmithKline’s Cervarix, which is still in phase III trials.

    The incidence of HPV is higher in developing countries, but a non-profit international health group, PATH, has launched a five-year drive to get new cervical cancer vaccines like Gardasil and Cervarix to women in poor countries.

    Aussies get all this free…….

  23. Judah

    There’s an article talking about how the vaccine didn’t kill her; she likely died from a pre-existing medical condition.


    ELAINE: Yes, this is probably true. When I wrote the story here, there was no information about this yet.

  24. Sky

    And from my own province ( BC) there’s this :

    “B.C. might suspend the seasonal flu shots as early as today, in the wake of a Canadian study that suggests people who get the flu vaccine are twice as likely to contract the H1N1 virus.

    While the research was initially met with much skepticism from health officials, several provinces, including Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Nova Scotia, have suspended seasonal flu shots for anyone younger than 65, the Globe and Mail newspaper is reporting in its Monday editions.”

  25. Joe

    Elaine says:

    This isn’t the 1918 flu. This is a ‘new’ flu. Viruses do all sorts of odd and funny things totally without any human interventions. From the view of the germ’s perspective, we are like giant biomasses to be colonized.
    The article I posted agrees with exactly this and goes into viral history.

    Elaine says:

    Also, when it comes to science, if someone is holding a contrary theory, they MUST have immense amounts of hard, solid reproducible, recreatable proof.


    So I guess your imagination is hard and solid but virology studies claiming otherwise are not worth reading for fear they may expose your lack of proof.

  26. emsnews

    Joe, do note how you jump to conclusions because you are very emotional. I never said no one should READ these studies but rather, the PROOF to back up these contentions, IF this is contrary to most other studies, has to be VERY GREAT.

    That is, anyone can make any statements based on limited information. BUT when these statements fly in the face of accepted science, the proof of these new contentions has to be very precise and careful and fully vetted by the authors.

    We don’t have to prove every theory WRONG, it is up to the theorists to prove themselves right. See how this works?

  27. Jim Dandy

    looks like the WHO is backing off a bit.

    Note the use of phrases here…substitute “letting nature take its course” with “relying on the human immune system which has worked well since the beginning of human history”

    enquiring minds want to know.

  28. emsnews

    Last spring, a number of first people sick with this disease DIED. Now, it has dropped off….THANK GOD.

    Now, if WHO goofed off and ignored it and the OPPOSITE happened, millions of people would suddenly die with no hope of any medical help.

    So, do you want to live like that? With no one caring one whit? The anti vaccination gang wants us to live with NO HELP AT ALL. This disgusts me.

  29. CK

    “ELAINE: HAHAHAHA. False. I know that old geezers had lots of trouble getting it up and don’t ask how I know this information. Just trust me on this one.” anectdote is not the same as datum. So, no dear, I do not “trust you” on this one. That you knew or tried to know an impotent geezer is not the same as knowing or trying to know a statistically valid sampling of geezers and non-geezers.
    The loveable statistics show that viagra and its actalikes are necessary for higher percentages of men in their 40’s and 50’s than men in their 60’s.

  30. Joe

    You are losing your mind Elaine

  31. Joe

    You see it’s just that I post an article disputing your misunderstanding of this virus and it’s origins.

    You then go on to say that this virus is not the same as the 1918 flu, as if this was contradictory to the info I provided, when in fact it was one of the points of the article.

    You just don’t seem capable of actually addressing contradictory information unless it concerns ridiculous conspiracy theories. Yes these crazy ideas make yours seem rational but you continue to ignore rational discussion, instead applying nonsensical arguments where they are not.

    In short…you are just a little too full of yourself.

  32. PLovering

    @Joe, always living in castles in the sky, looking for help:

  33. You could definitely see your expertise within the work you write. The arena hopes for even more passionate writers like you who are not afraid to mention how they believe. Always go after your heart.

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