WHOEVER WAS RESPONSIBLE for that BS story about the dead naval guys and the swine flu naval ships needs to be tarred and feathered. There are certain IDIOTS out there that are attempting to spread disinformation in an attempt to make us all look stupid. I watched that youtube video, I chose NOT to post it on here because it smelled…big time. I was correct in my assessment. There are very valid reasons not to accept the vaccine. I have seen so many so-called truthseekers spreading lies and disinformation, and I am getting more than a little pissed off. Lets practice discernment, all right? It is getting CLOSER.



3 thoughts on “YOU FREAKING IDIOTS

  1. ahrcanum says:

    discernment aside, judgement to not take any flu vaccine is prudent

  2. view voyeur says:

    Arthritis Drug Might Prove Effective In Fighting The Flu, Study Suggests

    ScienceDaily (May 26, 2009) — Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have found that an approved drug for treating rheumatoid arthritis reduces severe illness and death in mice exposed to the Influenza A virus. Their findings suggest that tempering the response of the body’s immune system to influenza infection may alleviate some of the more severe symptoms and even reduce mortality from this virus.

    The scientists report in the June 1 edition of The Journal of Immunology, which is now available online, that mice infected with the Influenza A virus responded favorably to a drug called Abatacept, which is commonly used to treat people with rheumatoid arthritis. The mice had been given “memory” T-cells, or white blood cells that have been primed to fight the invading virus as the result of previous exposure to Influenza A.

    “We found that treating the mice with Abatacept minimized tissue damage caused by the immune response, but still enabled the body to rid itself of the virus. The mice didn’t become as sick, recovered much faster and had much less damage to the lungs, compared to mice that weren’t given the drug,” says Donna L. Farber, Ph.D., a professor of surgery and microbiology and immunology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the study’s senior author.

    “Moreover, treatment with Abatacept significantly improved survival for mice infected with a lethal dose of influenza virus,” Dr. Farber says. “The survival rate for the treated mice was 80 percent, compared to 50 percent for the mice that weren’t treated.”

    She explains that the drug does not interrupt the immune system’s early, rapid attack in the lungs, which helps to kill the virus, but it prevents “memory” T-cells from overreacting, which produces multiple negative effects. “It’s this overactive immune response that can make you feel sick – and can also lead to pneumonia,” she says.

    full article here:

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