Saturday, December 22, 2012

160,000 Flu Shots Recalled: Particles Seen Floating in Vials

Activist Post
by Kenny Valenzuela

The vaccine manufacturing company Novartis has recently made the news this time with the recall of 160,000 dosages of the Agrippal influenza flu vaccination in both the United Kingdom and Italy. The recall was due to ‘particles seen floating in the vials.’

The particles were later determined to be protein aggregates. When researching protein aggregates we soon find that they are not only dangers as misfolded proteins, but they are also toxic and linked to amyloidal diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and diseases related to prions.

These 160,000 doses of Agrippal were so saturated with protein aggregates that they were visible to the naked eye as floating particulate matter. As the video below covers, these toxic injections are referred to as ‘hot batches’ meaning they are concentrated dosages of viral components that have clumped together in a bolus of immune system shocking protein aggregates.

This connection could explain the overwhelming number of sick and ill children being born and raised here in the United States of America which has become the land of the fees and the home of the slaves.

In addition to a growing population of autism spectrum disorder, children and young adults with medicated personality disorders, is the increased number of senior citizens who appear to be losing their grip on reality due to brain-related injuries like Alzheimer’s.

Is it a coincidence that seniors and kids are targeted by the vaccine industry far more often than any other sector of the population? These annual flu shots have the highest level of mercury allowable containing double the amount found in other vaccines offered by these sadistic needle stabbing medical maniacs.

How many of these hot shots go unnoticed or unreported? With the manufacturer stating that protein aggregation is common in vaccine production, we can only assume this is standard operating procedure created as a design aspect rather than a design flaw.

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