Monday, January 18, 2010

What About H1N1 Vaccines, Anyway?

Some of you know that Mother Connie's love affair with massage therapy began with Foot Reflexology. Her devotion to health, however, dates all the way back to her childhood.

A lifetime, especially one where decades are spent perennially claiming to be 33 years old, can mean that some ideas and opinions can become firmly ingrained. One such idea that Mother Connie has embraced has to do with traditional medicine and vaccinations.

She has been known to carry a soap box with her at all times, in order to stand on it, shout her message loudly to all within earshot. This may or may not have served her well.

Today she stands on her soap box once again. This time she directs your attention to the number of deaths associated with the H1N1 outbreak commonly known as the Swine Flu.

SIDEBAR: "Why DID they name it Swine Flu?" she ponders. Could it be because those who offered the vaccine were pigheaded in their pursuit of practicing medicine? END SIDEBAR.

Here is information offered up by the Center for Disease Control:

• 61 million Americans were vaccinated against swine flu (about 20% of the U.S. population). The CDC calls this a "success" even though it means 4 out of 5 people rejected the vaccines. *20% of the people have heard Mother Connie's advice?

• 55 million people "became ill" from swine flu infections.

• 246,000 Americans were hospitalized due to swine flu infections.

• 11,160 Americans died from the swine flu.

Base on these statistics, the CDC now desperately urges people to get vaccinations because they maintain 'the pandemic might come back and vaccines are the best defense.'


The CDC does not reveal the single most important piece of information about these toxic H1N1 vaccines: How many of the people who died from the swine flu had already been vaccinated?

Incidentally, there were no double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical studies done to learn about infection reduction mortality. Isn't that INTERESTING?

The media campaign that's been cooked up never, ever asked burning questions. Think about it. Have you heard anybody mention "None of these deaths occurred in patients who had been vaccinated against H1N1."? No. Because people who died HAD been previously vaccinated.

From her soap box Mother Connie is shaking her finger, declaring loudly and crankily, "I TOLD YOU SO!"

Vaccines are not nearly as effective as the CDC or the media or a medical professional wishes they were. They are toxic, deadly in some cases, and not worth the trouble of finding and getting and PAYING FOR THEM.

Ah, it all boils down to hard cash, doesn't it?

Mother Connie does not do numbers but someone who did crunch the numbers said you have a 700% greater chance of being struck by lightning in your lifetime, than being saved by vaccines.

According to the media hype, there was a "shortage" of vaccines. Now the CDC and the World Health Organization find that they will be dumping these useless but poisonous vaccines that currently glut the market.

Oh, brother. We better all make sure our water filters are working properly or we will be ingesting that toxicity regardless of our intentions not to do so.

Connie Baum
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  1. Awesome post. I hope people listen to this and realize that they don't need vaccines to stay well they just need to take care of themselves and keep their immune systems strong. They can do that by following your post and taking advantage of the products you share with them.

    Great job Connie.

  2. Thanks, Renita. You and I both know a thing or two about strong immune systems and we are thrilled when somebody actually GETS it!

    I'll keep my soap box close by. I never know when a rant might be coming on! grin

    Thanks again for coming by. Always great to have visitors comment!

    Mother Connie


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