Pro-Vaccine Shills Continue To Insult Us As Even More People Share Stories Of Crippling Side Effects From The H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine

One thing that we have learned since we started this website is that those who are totally sold out to the current medical establishment can be extremely insulting and abusive.  In most cases, rather than respond to our articles with science they choose to respond to us with insults.  For example, Meg, who describes herself as a “Grad Student and Anti-Idiocy Advocate” recently left a comment on our site in which she was very clear how she feels about us: “You obviously do not know how to differentiate between scholarly articles and crap you read on the Internet. You are an imbecile.”  Another commenter named Bill was much more succinct: “I see crazy people.”  Quite a few commenters on this site have also accused us of fearmongering.  For instance, an anonymous commenter who only is only identified as “Research” posted this: “Can you stop the fear-mongering? It’s good to question the government but spreading this bull is just causing good people to believe this stupidity.”  Ouch.  But as the pro-vaccine crowd continues to insult us, the reality is that even more readers have come forward with stories about how their lives have been dramatically impacted by the H1N1 swine flu vaccine.

The following are just a few of those stories….

Gus:

A member of my extended family is in hospital at the moment, paralyzed and fighting Guillain Barre. An ordinary person, with an ordinary life. Probably wouldn’t have dreamed in a million years this would happen; probably would have taken the shot anyway. But the point is that sometimes the ‘collateral damage’ is YOU.

Tony:

Well my wife and I along with my two children decided to get the vaccine about one month ago in November. My wife and kids are doing fine with no side affects so far, however I had muscle pain in my left shoulder blade and it felt like I had the creepy crawly’s on my back. Then my right eye had twitching for two weeks. I thought maybe it was just stress and that it would go away. It got worse the third week and turns out that I have a slight case of Bell’s Palsy on the right side of my face. I have trouble closing my right eye and cannot raise the right side of my mouth. My taste buds are gone on the right side as well. I’m going to have a CT scan on Monday to make sure everything is fine. I feel great other than the Paralysis, so my advise to all is to not get the H1N1 until there’s more research done on side affects. If anything else is wrong I will post another reply.

Rita:

I got the h1n1 Shot on Weds, on Christmas morning I was ill.
They is something terribly wrong with this picture.
I got it so I wouldn’t get sick, and now I have the flu.
Never again, will I let anyone inject me with anything.
And to think I paid someone to do this!!!
God help us all.