Monday, September 10, 2012

New Study Finds Link Between Flu Shot, H1N1 Pandemic

Paul Joseph Watson
September 10, 2012

A new study has found that people who received a flu shot before the outbreak of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic were more likely to catch the swine flu virus, a startling discovery given the fact that experts have blamed the pharmaceutical industry for deliberately engineering the pandemic to make huge profits from vaccines.
“Researchers, led by Vancouver’s Dr. Danuta Skowronski, an influenza expert at the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, noticed in the early weeks of the pandemic that people who got a flu shot for the 2008-09 winter seemed to be more likely to get infected with the pandemic virus than people who hadn’t received a flu shot,” reports the Vancouver Sun.

Despite the claim that the link was only related to Canadians who had received the flu shot, Dr. Skowronski was able to re-create the results in ferrets. Giving half the ferrets the 2008 seasonal flu shot and the rest a placebo injection, eventually all the ferrets were infected with the pandemic H1N1 virus.

Despite the results of the experiment, Skowronsk still bizarrely encouraged people to get the flu shot. According to the CDC, the 2009 H1N1 outbreak killed as many as 400,000 people – although others dispute this figure.