Caterpilar Genes In Humans is A-OK with the FDA

The FDA has approved a vaccine that uses armyworm eggs called FluBlok. In 2009, the agency withheld approval of the same vaccine for “lack of differentiation” and failure to demonstrate it’s safety. Now, the same vaccine, which has some pretty rough adverse reactions, is just fine for the general public.

As the FDA is so fond of saying, “they are rationally fulfilling their public health mission”. Right. Armyworm DNA swimming around with my DNA is not something that sounds like a great idea to me.

Army Worms

In 2009, Bloomberg did a three part article on the vaccine’s  failure to gain approval. There is a lot of information available about it there, and here is an excerpt followed by the link to the article:

H1N1 Influenza Vaccine

“Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) — Protein Sciences Corp. failed to prove its experimental flu vaccine is safe enough to be approved and more study is needed, a U.S. advisory panel said.

The shot, called FluBlok, is produced in less than two months by inserting flu genes into an insect virus and growing it in caterpillar ovary cells. Members of the advisory panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration voted 6-to-5 that the company hadn’t proven the vaccine safe, saying clinical trials weren’t large enough to support mass production. Nine of the 11 panelists said the shot was as effective as licensed vaccines in adults ages 18 to 49.

Closely held Protein Sciences, based in Meriden, Connecticut, and backed by $147 million in U.S. contracts, is seeking to become the country’s first supplier to break from the 50-year-old technique of growing the vaccine in chicken eggs. The egg-based process has been blamed for delays in this year’s pandemic swine flu vaccine, and U.S. health officials have pledged to increase production times.” (read full article here)

Maybe I am just squeamish, but on a cellular level, I find this repugnant.

It is also a marvel to me that the average person never even thinks to ask what is in any vaccine they are about to be injected with. An elderly friend of mine asked the nurse giving flu shots at a store what was in the vaccine and where that vaccine was manufactured, and the nurse couldn’t tell him. He then asked if anyone else had inquired about the origin and ingredients, and she told him, “I have never been asked those questions before!”

It seems to me that if we don’t know what’s in our food, don’t care what’s in vaccines they want to give us, and don’t even ask, we could be harming ourselves and our children permanently. The MSM hasn’t begun to question why the Powers that Be have suddenly decided that all pregnant woman should receive both the DPT and flu vaccines when not too long ago it was “widely accepted knowledge” that pregnant women should NOT take vaccines.

We have now entered the double think segment of our programming.



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