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zeospike
Posted on: Dec 1 2009, 04:45 PM


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QUOTE (Bloggo @ Nov 16 2009, 01:45 PM) *
The slow eradication of our right to free speech that our fathers fought and died for.

Would that be our fathers in the European Union? We only got Free Speech legislation about 10 years ago passed down and watered down by Parliament on the way. Gosh Darn (as the swear-bot made d@mn look a lot worse as ****) those foreigners! Coming over here and enshrining freedom of speech for all of us!!
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zeospike
Posted on: Dec 1 2009, 03:48 PM


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QUOTE (Jason_Tame @ Dec 1 2009, 03:22 PM) *
Gulf War veterans with Gulf War Syndrome (GWS) received anthrax vaccines which contained squalene.

Sorry but you're digging deeper in to woo-woo and non-science here. What is "good" and "bad" Squalene? It is a chemical compound; how it gets in to you is irrelevant as to how the body will deal with it. Whether you have it injected, sprayed or eat in on wholemeal with some Rocket. Secondly the evidence connecting Squalene to the Anthrax vaccine was disproved. But then GWS, really? Really? I think you are clutching at straws in an attempt to bury the agument in noise.

From what I have read the vaccine is doing what it is intended to do; prevent people from catching and spreading a virus which if left unchecked will kill thousands of people. Please read up on the 1918 influenza pandemic which killed between 50 and 100 million people. Swine Flu is not a tin-foil hat conspiracy theory; it's real. Please start taking it seriously.
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zeospike
Posted on: Dec 1 2009, 03:07 PM


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QUOTE (Jason_Tame @ Dec 1 2009, 02:07 PM) *
Doctors I know, don't take Vaccines smile.gif and neither do there children smile.gif

Firstly, name one with their contact details, as I doubt any proper, medically qualified doctor would not use a vaccine when necessary. I'd really like to speak to them to find out why they don't use vaccines.

Secondly you list a whole bunch of dreadful chemicals in the vaccines, but maybe you should research them a bit more. For instance Squalene is naturally occurring in the human body, and you'll get a bigger dose of it eating a Tuna sandwich than from a vaccine.

Thimerasol isn't used in vaccines in the UK and hasn't been in the US for nearly 10 years. PLUS the claimed link between Thimerasol and Autism touted by the anti-vax lobby has not been proved despite several years of Thimerasol-free data. This is pure out and out scare-mongering.

Thirdly, vaccines work primarily by protecting the population from a disease which stops it spreading and reduces its chance of mutating. This creates hurd immunity which means those people who are un-vaccinated are less at risk as there are less potential carriers. By not getting vaccinated you not only put yourself at risk, but you put all those around you at risk. Assessing risk and chance are not something humans are very good at. I recently saw someone buying cigarettes and a lottery ticket which to me shows the complete inability to sensibly guage the chance of winning the lottery (1:14,000,000) and the risk of dying from smoking (1:2). Your odds of getting a serious complication from a vaccine are low compared to your risk of dying which is somewhere between 1:1,000 to 1:10,000.

Is the vaccination 100% safe? Of course not, but nothing is. More people die whilst swimming than die from getting vaccinations, but would you stop taking your children swimming? You drive your kids to school but the risk of injury in an accident is about the same as from seasonal flu. Life isn't safe, but if I was in an aircraft and had a choice between an untested not 100% safe parachute or no parachute, I know which I'd chose.
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zeospike
Posted on: Nov 30 2009, 09:34 AM


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QUOTE (theone09 @ Nov 23 2009, 11:06 AM) *
It's 'The Forth Kind' that's based on true stories.


I think claiming space-alien "probing" and the paranormal are based on truth is stretching the meaning of the word truth. A bit like saying Dr Who is science and EastEnders is entertainment.
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