The Little Injection Box at Walmart
We went to Walmart Today
Walmart, love 'em or hate 'em, most everyone has shopped there at some point. Today we went to get some supplies for our trip latter this month and I noticed the vaccination signs.
Inside the little vaccination box.
I've seen the signs talking about getting your 'flu shots' at Walmart, but this is the first time I have seen THE ROOM. It's not really a room, more like a little box with two folding chairs and a little table. I presume the DOCTOR sits in one chair, while the PATIENT sits in the other.
I can't quite put my finger on what creeps me out about this little room. It's nestled right next to the vitamin isle and first aid kits. There's a spot for foot orthotics nearby too. These are all good things, but this little room... where people are injected with a weakened strain of the flu virus, along with preservatives and aduvents.
What is an aduvent?
An aduvent is a substance included with vaccines which hyper-stimulates a person's immune system. This is to ensure that the immune system will fight off the weakened strain of the virus. It's essentially a poison that the body reacts to. A few examples:
Some vaccines contain Mercury. It's listed in the ingredients as "thimerosal". The body detects the heavy metal and kicks the immune system into full gear to eliminate the toxin. There has been an effort to eliminate mercury from vaccines today, and most do not contain this aduvent anymore. It's sickening that it ever did!
Mercury, which constitutes 49.7% of thimerosal (or thiomersal), has been commonly known for a very long time to be a highly toxic agent. Mercury has always been beloved by allopathy ever since its inception; in fact, the 3 main treatments of the early allopaths of the 19th century were bloodletting, surgery and the injection of toxic heavy metals like lead and mercury to purportedly displace disease! The expression “mad as a hatter” comes from the observation that the early hat makers, who used mercury in felt to make hats, became crazy through inhaling the stuff.
Many vaccines contain aluminum as the aduvent. It's considered safer than mercury because it's a 'light' metal. However aluminum is found in the brain of Alzheimer patients, and it's unknown how it gets there. Perhaps immunization may play a role? Aluminum is listed in the ingredients as aluminium phosphate and aluminium hydroxide.
Human Dipoid Cells
Modern vaccines often included "dipoid cells" in the ingredients list. The body detects these foreign human cells and quickly stimulates the immune system to fight off the intrusive cells. They are acquired through aborted babies. Personally, I'm not ok having dead baby tissue squirted into my bloodstream.
An alternative to human dipoid cells are animal cells. This can be acquired from cows, pigs, chickens, monkeys and horses.
Almost all vaccines need something in which to grow the culture, and that normally means animal cells. All sorts of animals are used for this, including chickens, pigs, dogs, monkeys, horses, rabbits, cows and more. All these animal cells remain in trace amounts in the vaccine, as admitted by the FDA.
MSG (Mono-sodium Glutamate)
Another aduvent used in vaccines and listed in the ingredients list is MSG. It's “Generally Recognized as Safe” for eating, but no studies on blood injection. It's used as both an aduvent and a preservative.
Why is MSG being used in vaccines? It’s being used because it is a stabilizer that prevents or slows down oxidation or damage from light.
This is also used as a preservative, keeping the human or animal tissue intact, preventing decay over time. The same way frogs are preserved for dissection. This is not a product we want inserted in our blood stream as it is listed as a class 1 definite carcinogen.
Formaldehyde is known to be a human carcinogen based on sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity from studies in humans and supporting data on mechanisms of carcinogenesis. Formaldehyde was first listed in the Second Annual Report on Carcinogens in 1981 as reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen based on sufficient evidence from studies in experimental animals. Since that time, additional cancer studies in humans have been published.
Squalene (Shark Liver Oil)
This is an experimental aduvent used in vaccines that were administered during the Gulf War, leading to "Gulf War Syndrome".
Immunologic adjuvants are substances, administered in conjunction with a vaccine, that hyper-stimulate the immune system and increase the response to the vaccine. Squalene is not itself an adjuvant, but it has been used in conjunction with surfactants in certain adjuvant formulations. An adjuvant using squalene is Novartis' proprietary MF59, which is added to influenza vaccines to help stimulate the human body's immune response through production of CD4 memory cells. It is the first oil-in-water influenza vaccine adjuvant to be commercialized in combination with a seasonal influenza virus vaccine. It was developed in the 1990s by researchers at Ciba-Geigy and Chiron; both companies were subsequently acquired by Novartis. It is present in the form of an emulsion and is added to make the vaccine more immunogenic. However, the mechanism of action remains unknown. MF59 is capable of switching on a number of genes that partially overlap with those activated by other adjuvants. How these changes are triggered is unclear; to date, no receptors responding to MF59 have been identified. One possibility is that MF59 affects the cell behavior by changing the lipid metabolism, namely by inducing accumulation of neutral lipids within the target cells. An influenza vaccine using MF59 as an adjuvant was approved for use in the US in people 65 years of age and older, beginning with the 2016-2017 flu season.
These are ingredients we are not interested injecting into our bodies.
When people get their immunizations, the ingredient list is never given. If they are, they are often disguised with technical names.
Trust the man in the white lab coat.
This is what it ultimately comes down to. Trust those who know better than you and if it were harmful, they wouldn't endorse it, right?
Just keep saying "safe and effective" and get poked at Walmart and feel good about your decision.
Bless the Most High!
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