The vaccine empire has collapsed: Flu shots do not protect against the flu
John Rappoport — You may not have heard the explosion, but it happened.
A review from The Cochrane Collaboration, a widely respected research-analysis team, went over all the evidence, and entered its conclusion:
In healthy adults, no flu vaccine delivers protection from the flu.
It doesn’t protect against transmission of flu viruses from person to person, either.
So all the promotion and all the pandering and all the scare tactics and all the “expert medical opinion” and all the media coverage…useless, worthless, and irrelevant.
Billions of dollars of financed lies about flu vaccines were just that: lies.
It gets worse, because the entire theory about how and why vaccines work is sitting on a razor’s edge, ready to fall into the abyss of discarded fairy tales.
We’ve been told that vaccines stimulate the immune system with a “rehearsal” of what will happen when an actual disease comes down the pipeline. When the disease does show up, the immune system will be locked and loaded, ready to destroy the attacking germ.
But since flu vaccines don’t protect against flu or even stop the transmission of flu viruses from person to person, the so-called “rehearsing” of the immune system is merely somebody’s fancy story. A legend. A myth.
Also, you can forget about the widely sold herd-immunity tale. How can the group be immune when vaccines are doing nothing to prevent the free movement of germs from person to person?
As always, The Cochrane Collaboration did an exhaustive review of all previous studies on fluvaccines they could discover. They rejected the studies that were badly constructed. In some cases, to expand available data, they contacted individual researchers who had conducted studies.
Therefore, Cochrane’s findings represent the best of the published literature on flu vaccines. However, because the Cochrane team owes nothing to pharmaceutical companies, they analyzed the literature with sober eyes and minds.
Here is an interesting comment from the analysis: “The review showed that reliable evidence on influenza vaccines is thin but there is evidence of widespread manipulation of conclusions…”
Now who in the world would benefit from such manipulating?
Oh yes. One other thing.
The Cochrane review, published by John Wiley and Sons, appeared online on July 7, 2010.
Over two years ago.
We must have missed the massive mainstream media coverage. Perhaps we were fishing that day, or buying tires for the car, or vacationing on our yachts in the Mediterranean.
What? There was no massive media coverage? Impossible. I mean, surely…
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD001269.pub4/full (registration required)
*This article originally appeared on No More Fake News