Cornwall ON – The manipulation used to market the H1N1 vaccine around the world last year left global taxpayers holding the bag on billions of dollars paid to Big Pharma, to fight a ‘pandemic’ that never materialized.
It seems though that the rules of the game have changed, as the Global Elite were shocked as they watched the defeat of their vaccination program and a world population that refused to submit to fear tactics.
Research shows that not only a Canadian majority rejected the H1N1 vaccine. Finland and Poland suspended the vaccine produced by GlaxoSmith, Kline and Pandermix. Poland became the only country in the world to reject the vaccine entirely. Ukraine has boycotted ALL vaccines.
What does this tell us? Perhaps that the verdict about vaccines is far from being unanimous and that it is more important than ever to determine the risks, and look at alternatives to prevent and manage influenza.
In a recent speech in Long Beach, California, one of the most powerful men in the world, Bill Gates, donated $10 billion so that children in poor countries will receive: health care, reproductive services and “vaccines.” In his speech he went on to say that these measures will “help us reduce the world’s population by 10-15%.”
So here’s the real agenda unfolding. The question is: how will vaccines help us reduce the world’s population? Give that some thought.
Meanwhile, back in Canada, our trusted and visionary Health Canada has apparently decided to take a soft sell approach to the H1N1 vaccine this year. So far this year, we haven’t seen the media trying to force feed vaccination progaganda on the population. Remember, 60% of Canadians did not receive the jab last year.
Change in tactics required. With the skill of a magician, Big Pharma will combine the H1N1 with the ‘seasonal’ flu shot and try the ‘soft sell’ approach this winter- sort of, one stop shopping for all of your vaccination needs.You might want to call the Eastern Ontario Health Unit at 613-933-1375 for more information. I would say there are a lot more questions that need to be asked and answered.
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