Vaccines are truly one of modern medicine’s biggest farces. The flu vaccine is one of the best examples of this. After all, if the vaccine really worked the way it was supposed to, why would you need to be vaccinated every year? Well, as Mike Adams reports in a Natural News article, the CDC says, “Vaccines wear off.”
Doesn’t that just inspire such confidence? The CDC also tells people that they need to be re-vaccinated each and every year of their lives against the flu because there are so many different strains. Yet, in 2011, people who played along and got their flu shots received the same exact vaccine that was given out in 2010. So, if these vaccines are “so effective,” why did anyone need to be vaccinated again in 2011?
If vaccines work effectively, that would inherently mean that the human recipient now has developed their own antibodies which will protect them against the disease they were vaccinated against. Antibodies last most of your life; that’s why you only got the chicken pox vaccine one time as a child, and not every year. So, what is really going on here with vaccines? Do they work, or don’t they?
As Mike Adams writes:
“They don’t really produce the same quality and strength of antibodies that your own body would produce from a natural infection and recovery.”
The truth is that vaccines are likely to wear off and leave you with zero protection against the disease you were vaccinated against. The industry wants you to need yearly jabs – how else would they make so much money? They need return customers, and what better way to produce them than with vaccines that only work temporarily?
What is worst of all is that the CDC openly admits this fact, and still somehow manages to convince people they need a yearly flu vaccine! As The Associated Press reported, the CDC has said, “Government health officials are urging nearly everyone to get this fall’s flu shot. They say a vaccine’s protection can fade significantly after several months.”
The CDC also reports on their own website that the flu vaccine needs to be repeated yearly “for the best protection,” because the body’s immune response from vaccination will wane over time. So, it’s not that the vaccines don’t work – no, no. It’s your immune system that doesn’t work, according to the CDC’s logic.
A few months of protection, huh? Now that is just obscene. Why are people being pushed to pay for something that doesn’t even work? There is so much evidence that flu vaccines are a scam. Again, the CDC itself admits that you can still get the flu after you’ve gotten your shot.
As usual, the government agency that once functioned to protect the people of its nation has been corrupted by greed. Mike Adams notes that a top vaccine scientist from the CDC, Poul Thorsen, was indicted by a federal grand jury for money laundering and fraud. How likely do you think it is that he’s the only one?