The FDA has just rolled out the flu shot from Novartis called Fluad — one that contains a special ingredient that’s supposed to jumpstart seniors’ immune systems.
But what you won’t hear from Novartis or the CDC is that special extra is an extremely dangerous “squalene adjuvant” called MF59.
And sadly, it’s something we know a lot about already. Because thousands of American soldiers have already been the guinea pigs for MF59. (Gulf War Syndrome)
And those who didn’t die as a result are still suffering the consequences.
Well, arsenic is a naturally occurring substance, too — but humans sure wouldn’t want it pumped into them.
When you’re injected with squalene it can set off a chain reaction that forces your immune system to attack your body.Experts report that the immune system is triggered to attack squalene throughout the entire body – even where it is vital to the nervous system. In truth, studies confirm that adjuvants like squalene can generate long-term, concentrated and unremitting immune responses. (source) Just like it did to thousands of our vets who served in the first Gulf War.
Many health activists maintain that the U.S. government willfully ignored evidence showing that MF59 in anthrax vaccine triggered Gulf war syndrome. A study by Tulane University researchers found that almost all veterans suffering from Gulf War syndrome tested positive for MF59 antibodies (aka Squalene).
It’s clear that many elderly people – with weakened immune systems in the first place – will be subjected to the potential ravages of squalene-laden injections this flu season. For the CDC, it’s business as usual. But, as more and more people wake up to these ‘healthcare’ practices, we can put a stop to this dangerous medical procedure – especially when safer remedies already exist for the flu.
" FLUAD also contains MF59C.1 adjuvant (MF59®), a squalene based oil-in-water emulsion. Each of the strains is harvested and clarified separately by centrifugation and filtration prior to inactivation with formaldehyde. The inactivated virus is concentrated and purified by zonal centrifugation. The surface antigens, hemagglutinin and neuraminidase, are obtained from the influenza virus particle by further centrifugation in the presence of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTAB). The antigen preparation is further purified.
FLUAD™ - Seqirus, Inc. US Package Insert March 2016 Confidential Page 9 of 13
FLUAD is prepared by combining the three virus antigens with the MF59C.1 adjuvant. After combining, FLUAD is a sterile, milky-white suspension supplied in 0.5 mL single-dose prefilled syringe. Each 0.5 mL dose contains 15 mcg of hemagglutinin (HA) from each of the three recommended influenza strains and MF59C.1 adjuvant (9.75 mg squalene, 1.175 mg of polysorbate 80, 1.175 mg of sorbitan trioleate, 0.66 mg of sodium citrate dihydrate and 0.04 mg of citric acid monohydrate) at pH 6.9-7.7. FLUAD may contain trace amounts of neomycin (≤ 0.02 mcg by calculation), kanamycin (≤ 0.03 mcg by calculation) and barium (˂ 0.5 mcg by calculation), which are used during the initial stages of manufacture, as well as residual egg proteins (˂ 0.4 mcg), formaldehyde (≤ 10 mcg), or CTAB (≤ 12 mcg). FLUAD " from a RN friend ♡.
portions of this article came from: http://hsionline.com/2015/12/02/flu-shots-2/
Gulf War Syndrome:
Approximately 700,000 Americans served in the Gulf War between 1990-91. One hundred and forty-eight Americans were killed in action; 467 were wounded. The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that as many as 100,000 veterans may be suffering from Gulf War syndrome or related symptoms, and that approximately 6,500 soldiers have died since the war's conclusion, including more than 1,300 soldiers between the ages of 18-24.8