Reasonable Person: Doesn't dangerous?
UN Mind Control: Should.
UNMC: Nope, can't.
UNMC: Work! Work harder!
UNMC: Can't others?
RP: It does.
RP: Bad! Flu vaccine!
UNMC: Can't risk future.
RP: Aren't doesn't.
Reasonable Person: Isn't the flu shot dangerous?
UNMC: You should get it.
RP: Doesn't that seem like a bad idea?
UNMC: Nope! Not for us! You can't be trusted to make your own decisions.
UNMC: Work! Work harder! The day is coming when we will have world domination over you and injecting mind control stuff into your blood through the flu shot is step one on this road.
UNMC: Can't you see that we've already won? Others have submitted to our Illuminati-style will. Why won't you?
RP: It does seem like you have control over the globe.
UNMC: Can't you see that there is no point in resisting our globalization efforts?
RP: Bad United Nations! Shame on you! The flu vaccine is just a ploy to control us all!
UNMC: We can't risk a future in which people have free will.
RP: Doesn't that make you evil?
UNMC: It doesn't.
RP: You aren't right that it doesn't.
Swine flu vaccine can trigger narcolepsy, UK government concedes
Review of fresh evidence finds jab given to 6 million people in Britain can occasionally cause sleep disorder
The government is to reverse its stance on the safety of a swine flu vaccine given to 6 million people in Britain and accept that on rare occasions the jab can trigger the devastating sleep disorder narcolepsy.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has contacted people turned down for compensation last year to explain that, after a review of fresh evidence, it now accepts the vaccine can cause the condition. The move leaves the government open to compensation claims from around 100 people in Britain, and substantial legal fees if a group action drawn up by solicitors is successful
The government U-turn follows a major study of four- to 18-year-olds by the Health Protection Agency which found that around one in every 55,000 jabs was associated with narcolepsy. A spokesman for GSK said it had details of around 900 people from 14 countries who had narcolepsy and were vaccinated.
CDC statement on narcolepsy following Pandemrix influenza vaccination in Europe
An increased risk of narcolepsy was found following vaccination with Pandemrix, a monovalent 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine that was used in several European countries during the H1N1 influenza pandemic. Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder caused by the brain’s inability to regulate sleep-wake cycles normally. This risk was initially found in Finland, and then some other European countries also detected an association. Most recently, scientists at the United Kingdom’s (UK) Health Protection Agency (HPA) have found evidence of an association between Pandemrix and narcolepsy in children in England. The findings are consistent with studies from Finland and other countries.
Pandemrix was not licensed for use in the United States. In fact, no adjuvanted influenza vaccines are licensed in the United States, and no adjuvanted influenza vaccines were used in the United States during the influenza pandemic or in any other influenza season.
In response to the events in Europe, CDC reviewed data from the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and the Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) and to date have found no indication of any association between U.S.-licensed H1N1 or seasonal influenza vaccine and narcolepsy.
Myth #1: The flu vaccine gives you the flu or makes you sick. (No, it doesn’t.)
The "sickness" after the shot is probably your immune system at work. A large part of flu-like symptoms when you are actually sick is attributable to its reaction (example).
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