Sunday, November 26, 2017

Nurses across America are refusing the flu vaccine.

The flu vaccine has been hit with speculation recently over claims that not only is the shot useless, but that it can actually harm you.

But things must be bad if even the nurses are refusing to get vaccinated.

It is instilled in us to trust doctors and nurses implicitly, but there is a certain double standard going on if the nurses who are giving you the flu vaccine are so against it that they themselves refuse to partake.

The flu vaccine has recently been exposed as somewhat of a scam, with Big Pharma making millions out of it, but the contents of the vaccine are actually pretty useless.

The healthcare system is so controlling over its workers that despite numerous cases of nurses becoming sick after receiving the flu vaccine, they are told that they must comply, or lose their jobs.

Nurses have been forced into getting vaccines which have made them sick, and this breach of their human rights has caused one group of nurses to created the activist group ‘Nurses against mandatory vaccines‘.

The key word here is ‘mandatory’. On their website the CDC deny that they are involved in forcing workers into getting vaccines, but the personal stories say otherwise.

From the website:

“CDC does not issue any requirements or mandates for state agencies, health systems, or health care workers regarding infection control practices, including influenza vaccination. There are no legally mandated vaccinations for adults, except for persons entering military service. CDC does recommend certain immunizations for adults, depending on age, occupation, and other circumstances, but these immunizations are not required by law.”

The flu vaccine has been found to actually be ineffective in protecting people against the flu, and people who received the vaccine were found to be no more protected against the flu than people who hadn’t been vaccinated.

The problem with the flu ‘vaccine’ is the flu is a changeable virus, and the strains that are protected against are different from one year to the next.

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