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A Bit on Vaccines

Posted on 21 April 2010 by Thraxxus

You, the obviously avid reader of Blinkinblogs, may have noticed several debates on Blinkinblogs regarding the Swine Flu (N1H1) vaccine and the potential for all sorts of conspiracy theories etc. I am going to put one thing to rest right now on BB for all future discussions on this topic: At no point has anyone that has ever written for Blinkinblogs said that Vaccines are a bad thing. In fact, all of us think they are a good thing, when done correctly etc. Caravaggio, ScanJack, and GlazedNConfused and I have batted each other about the cerebral ring several times on this topic and during those mental bouts you the reader may have gathered the idea that some of those contenders do not believe in Vaccines or believe in them no matter what. Let me assure you of something – I know all of our writers personally and have had many offline discussions about this topic and can say with total confidence that all of us believe in Vaccines. The issue that truly exists, and what we really debate, are the little things.

So now we are past that what is the real debate? Some people are focussing on whether vaccines are good or not (Caravaggio falls into this category) and frankly his arguments are right. ScanJack and I both agree with him. They can be. GlazedNConfused was in the camp of better safe that sorry – also a decent perspective. What ScanJack was talking about, and what I also am a bit weirded out by is as follows, and frankly if we could get an answer on any of these that would be great.

  1. Several Scientists who specialize in microbiology, pathogens etc have said that the Swine Flu they looked at was not a natural pathogen – meaning? It was man made.
  2. Vaccines are Great! Why are there THREE versions of the swine flu vaccine, of which one is not available to the public? (German Government admitted that)
  3. Why was $8 Billion spent on the Swine Flu vaccine for production before the outbreak? (Again, documented and admitted to)
  4. Why was it that not a single PIG on the farm that all of this supposedly originated from actually had the swine flu? (WHO covered this)
  5. If the Thimerosal and Squalene found in the Swine Flu Vaccination is both negligible and servers no purpose then why were they added?
  6. How was this Outbreak different that the 1976 outbreak?
  7. Why is that those exposed in that generation were not affected despite the worry that the elderly and youngest of the population would be affected? In other words, those elderly seemed to have already built an immunity.
  8. Why is it more people died last year from Influenza than N1H1 when N1H1 was supposed to be “more lethal”?
  9. Ask yourself the following question on stuff you hear and read about the following: Cui Bono – Latin for “Who Benefits”.

I’d ask ab out the media’s involvement but really, we know the answer. Doom and Gloom sells papers.

So in closing – Vaccines are good. The rest of this crap – not bad per say – but odd that nobody will answer those questions.

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Nano Particles used in Untested H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccines

Posted on 14 September 2009 by scanjack

If there is any truth to this information, Wow! This whole H1N1 Flying Piggy Flu-Vaccines etc., just keeps getting better and better.

In part …
In their report, the scientists concluded something so alarming it is necessary to quote at length:

“Immunological tests, examinations of bacteriology, virology and tumour markers, bronchoscopy, internal thoracoscopy and video-assisted thoracic surgery were performed. Surveys of the workplace, clinical observations and examinations of the patients were conducted. Polyacrylate, consisting of nanoparticles, was confirmed in the workplace. Pathological examinations of patients’ lung tissue displayed nonspecific pulmonary inflammation, pulmonary fibrosis and foreign-body granulomas of pleura. Using transmission electron microscopy, nanoparticles were observed to lodge in the cytoplasm and caryoplasm of pulmonary epithelial and mesothelial cells, but are also located in the chest fluid. These cases arouse concern that long-term exposure to some nanoparticles without protective measures may be related to serious damage to human lungs.“3

Full Article here.

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A Bit on the Flu

Posted on 02 September 2009 by Thraxxus

This was sent to me in an email. Read it with good will, and follow it however you feel necessary. Again I did not write it.

“The following was an excerpt from a current blog entry authored by Dr. Gupta (CNN Medical Correspondent out of Atlanta) regarding the observation, care, treatment, and overall expectations surrounding the impending fall flu season exacerbated by H1N1. There is a lot of concerning information floating around that cites false interpretations of documented statistical data. I’ve included a basic rule-set by Dr. Gupta to help cut through the confusing media “chatter”.

Point 1. As things stand now, the vast majority of children who develop flu-like symptoms this fall will have a few miserable days, and nothing more. And those days are best spent at home — not in the ER or a doctor’s office.

Point 2. If you are worried, you should call your pediatrician’s office first. Don’t take your child in without calling. Two reasons: Your child may not have H1N1, but could become exposed by being around sick children. And, after several hours of waiting, you are still likely to be told the basics — plenty of fluids, rest and dose-appropriate acetaminophen for a fever. After all, it is still the flu we are talking about.

Point 3. One doctor told me a way to think about things that was helpful. He said “remove the term H1N1 from the equation.” If your child had regular flu, would you take him to the hospital? If the answer is no, then don’t take him/her to the hospital now.

Point 4. Yes, hearing between 30,000 and 90,000 could die from H1N1 is scary, but keep in mind — around 40,000 people die from the regular or seasonal flu every year. The numbers may not be that much different, yet there is not panic about the regular flu. As things look now, H1N1 is causing only mild to moderate illness, not the widespread deaths people are worried about.

Point 5. There are some children who should be seen by their doctor. Call your doctor if:

• A baby younger than 12 weeks has a fever greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit

• A child, older than 12 weeks has a fever for three days

• A child’s fever returns after a 12-24 hour time period

• A child is not passing urine or making tears for more than six hours

Dial 911 if:

• A child does not smile or show interest in playing for several hours

• A child cannot speak while trying to breathe

• Has a blue or dark purple color to the nail beds, lips or gums

• Is not responding to you because he is too tired or weak

One point that was reinforced to me over and over again by the pediatricians is the best place for a sick child is at home. And, with regard to school — after 24 fever-free hours without the aid of medications, he or she can go back.

This is the advice that my wife and I will be following this fall for our own children. Hope it is helpful to you.


The critical take-away here is to keep them out of school and out of a doctor’s waiting room to lower transmission and allow them to properly recuperate unless they are sick enough to warrant needed medical attention (the serious symptoms are defined above).”

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H1N1 Flu Vaccines and you …

Posted on 28 July 2009 by scanjack

Just more information on the tasty treats that are vaccines.

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Here piggy piggy piggy

Posted on 25 June 2009 by scanjack

… and we’re walking, and we’re walking …

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WHO declares Level 6 Flu Pandemic

Posted on 11 June 2009 by scanjack

You can have my vaccine shots, because I will not be taking them. This is all a load of crap.

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Be the first to know if your life is gonna blow

Posted on 04 May 2009 by scanjack

Be the first on your block to know when the ominous, deadly flying Swine Flu has arrived!

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Update on WHO is trying to run the world …

Posted on 04 May 2009 by scanjack

There is way too much hype around this whole “Swine Flu” outbreak. You’ve heard the expression “When pigs fly!”, well this virus is at last check: 2 parts Swine Flu, 1 part Human Flu and 1 part Avian Flu – there you go, pigs with bird flu they must fly. Seriously enough with the hype all of you government shills and mainstream media goons!

NATO’s WHO Update

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Swine Flu Vaccine Ads – 1976

Posted on 30 April 2009 by Thraxxus

Same story, different era. Side Note: back then the “vaccine” didn’t really make it to main stream.
Oddly enough we are all still here.

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Don’t panic … Swine Flu

Posted on 29 April 2009 by scanjack

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Conspiracy About Vaccines – Real?

Posted on 29 April 2009 by Thraxxus

This is a FWD from a friend, I found it intriguing. 

Dear friends,

Quick heads up…

Last summer, some conspiracy theorists said the bird flu was going to be spread via vaccines. Then, in February 2009, Austrian vaccine manufacturer Baxter was caught shipping vaccines to 18 countries with the live Avian flu virus in them. It was discovered randomly (by testing a ferret) and was called an accident.

On March 6th, some of these same conspiracy theorists warned the virus would likely start spreading at the end of April, which we’re already seeing happening. They warned this over a month before the first case. The same folks also warned weeks ago that the pandemic state would hit the US this coming Wednesday, April 29th, in Akron, Ohio. I dread but expect we’ll see this come to pass too.

If you have the power to call this out publicly before or after it happens, please do it. It may stop whatever is in store for us next. Please keep in mind that if this does come to pass this Wednesday in Ohio, there is no way whatsoever this information could have been made available in advance, if it was truly a flu by the forces of nature.

Thanks for listening. And please see my sources below.

Source Says Flu to Being End of Month, Sites April 29th, Akron, OH for Beginning of US Pandemic (emailed on March 6, 2009)

Bloomberg: Live Avian Flu Virus Shipped In Vaccines (Feb, 2009)

Source Warns Avian Flu to Spread through Vaccines (emailed on July 19, 2008)

Then there is this video. The Plot Thickens? or the Thot Plickens? You decide.

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“The Entire State of Arizona is Dead”

Posted on 28 April 2009 by GlazednConfused

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