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Swine flu shambles: Drunken call centre staff run riot, says ex-worker

By VT / January 19, 2010

. . . Daniel Martin and Alison Smith Squire Daily Mail 11th January 2010 Temporary workers in swine flu call centres are diagnosing patients while high on cannabis or drunk on vodka, a whistleblower has claimed. The former worker, who said she was forced to leave the ‘shambolic environment’ at one of the centres, said […]

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Website Documents Over 300 Gardasil Horror Stories

By VT / January 13, 2010

. . . Christina England vactruth.com 1/13/2010 The numbers of people who have suffered from Gardasil side effects mount daily, Medications.com – Gardasil side effects now has a total of 300 side effects posted for Gardasil. Over 300 children and parents tell their harrowing stories how their lives changed forever, the day they had the […]

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Will Dr. Tim O’Shea’s Prediction of the H1N1 Scam Come True?

By VT / January 13, 2010

. . . Dr. Tim O’Shea The Doctor Within November 2009 Although the H1N1 panic is at a fever pitch at this time, it’s a safe bet that by summer 2010 the swine flu issue will have faded off into the boneyard of vaccine memorabilia. Remember you read that here. Policymakers have well discerned that […]

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The British Government refuse to compensate health workers who become ill after conditional vaccines

By VT / January 12, 2010

. . . Christina England American Chronicle 1/11/2010 Yesterday a story broke in Great Britain where hundreds of front line workers had had routine vaccines as a condition of employment and had become vaccine damaged as a result. These workers, which included doctors, nurses, firefighters, prison officers, forensic scientists and binmen received vaccinations as a […]

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A view on vaccination you never see in the pharmaceutically-hypnotized mainstream media

By VT / January 10, 2010

. . . Robert Scott Bell, D.A. Hom. Doctors Prescription for Health Living January 2010 As a homeopath, the healthiest kids that I see are unvaccinated. The principle of vaccination rests on the concept of artificially stimulating antibodies in the hopes of preventing specific infectious disease in the future. Historical revisionists controlling medical education have […]

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Big Pharma Planning to Fund Hollywood Production

By VT / January 7, 2010

Diet Drug Maker Glaxo to Pay for a Film on Eating By BROOKS BARNES NYTimes.com January 7, 2010 LOS ANGELES — GlaxoSmithKline is getting into the movie business, pursuing an unusual and most likely controversial strategy to increase interest in a weight-loss drug. Glaxo, the pharmaceutical giant behind Alli, an over-the-counter weight-loss product, has decided […]

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Governments don’t lie, do they?

By VT / January 6, 2010

. . . Christina England vactruth.com 01/06/2010 How many damaged children does the world have to see before the answer to this question becomes obvious? Yes, Governments do lie! They lie every time a child is vaccinated by assuring parents vaccines are completely safe. We have a world of the unhealthiest children ever. The incidence […]

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Red Bluff man loses his driver’s license after flu shot

By VT / January 5, 2010

. . . Tang Lor Contra Costa Times 01/04/10 With a number of people getting flu shots all sorts of side effects and reactions have been reported, but most people don’t end up losing their driver’s license because of a flu shot. Red Bluff resident Robert Roof claims the shot is what triggered a series […]

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Nemeroff & The First House That Glaxo Built?

By VT / January 5, 2010

. . . Ed Silverman Pharmalot 01/05/09 Yesterday, we wrote that Charles Nemeroff, the controversial psychiatry professor at Emory University in Atlanta, had just purchased a $1.9 million, six-bedroom, seven-bath home in the Coconut Grove section of Miami, as he prepares for his new job at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, where […]

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Are Vaccinations Good Parenting?

By VT / January 4, 2010

. . . LoseTheBackPain.com 1/04/2010 While shopping near the kids section of a clothing store last week, a brochure caught my eye. The front was adorned with a very large picture of a baby caught in wide-eyed surprise. The title read, “Whooping cough sounds scary. Promise me you’ll get vaccinated.” As a father of 8, […]

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Garlic prices soar in China amid flu fears

By VT / January 3, 2010

. . . By Calum MacLeod USA TODAY BEIJING Wrapped up in earmuffs and a heavy jacket to fight the Beijing winter, Liu Zhan shows little sign of soaring wealth. Until he removes his gloves — and reveals a large gold ring. At the Chinese capital’s biggest vegetable wholesale market, other traders call him “Millionaire […]