Photo by Pan American Health Organization “Semana de Vacunación en las Americas 2014 – Paraguay” https://flic.kr/p/npFQZ1
Yes, folks, this is typically the scenario that arises every year. If you listen closely you can hear the Center for Disease Control say, “Whoops, we missed the strain for this year’s flu shot – sorry. Please try to overlook the fact that we’ve poisoned you, unnecessarily. Oh, and sorry also about your babies and your grandparents who also received virus from last year’s flu strain. We now know that it didn’t work this year after all just like the year we also tried to administer the prior year’s flu virus without the Avian flu being contained, and now we’re going to scramble to make another one for 2009 to poison you again with just the right live strain, you’ll see, just so that we can make a ton more cash before March! Try not to notice the anti-freeze and the Mercury being injected into your bodies, those are just the preservatives we use. Try not to pay any attention to that fever or that little bit of paralysis you may suffer later, it’s not related at all. Oh, and sorry that ADHD, Autism and Alzheimer’s are becoming epidemics, but we can never be sure what “gifts” we impart to humanity, because frankly, we’re entirely focused on getting this B-strain right before March.”
For more on the ineffectiveness of the 2009 flu shot, please see Dr. Mercola’s link here.
As most of you know, you can receive the homeopathic dose, which causes no harm, on the principled basis of homoprophylaxis and that we’ve tracked 99% efficacy over the last 9 years. The Center for Disease Control offers less than 15%. The proof is in the pudding.
My 14 year old son came home on Monday excited to show me his new favorite song on YouTube.com. It was by a group called the Flobots and it is a hip hop song called “HandleBars.” It would seem it’s been out for awhile and just hit the U.K. and Canada this past summer in a big way. I’m always interested to see where pop culture is at as art has a way of embedding the truth about our present state of minds within its fabric. So I sat down to hear the Flobots and see what Jordan’s enthusiasm was about. This is what I heard and saw:
It is fair to say that I loved it. I loved the lyrics, the feeling, the artistic rendering, and I loved the building towards the crescendo regarding the corruption of power we all know are the underpinnings of our governments and medical systems. I loved the reference to antibiotics, vaccines and the terror of living in a Holocaust. I love how the very few are starting to take on the many, armed with nothing but a very powerful dose of truth, in a slightly attenuated potency.
When I was researching the origin of the song, and the Flobots, I came across a blog where this wise individual wrote the following:
This song is incredibly powerful.For any of you that have any idea of the current state of the world and the power-dynamic, perhaps you will appreciate the insight that this song provides.This song makes a simple but incredibly important observation: there is a single, small group of elite people on this planet that can determine the future of this planet.Traditional “rappers” focus on false power– owning bling, driving fancy cars, and looking “cool”. But THERE ARE people on this planet that have real power– the power to determine the fate of nearly 7 Billion people.This is a truth that we must acknowledge for, without a doubt, we will all face it in a very real way within our lifetime. I commend the flobots for writing a song that captures this idea in such a potent way!
Hear hear – and I thank my son Jordan for pointing me to it as I know it only takes 10% of the population to create a revolution. If you’re ever looking for me, I’m amongst the health-care providers. I don’t use anti-biotics, but cure the underlying cause of disease on the basis of natural law without causing harm. I receive not an ounce of government support, however, I’m consulted by many different resonant Doctors who also want to serve their patients to the best of their ability, and I truly love my patients … oh, and I can still ride my bike with no handlebars!