The title of this blog comes from words addressed to me recently as I entered one of those big name mass market retailers, where, upon entry, I found myself confronted by a long table, and a friendly smiling young lady, obviously a nurse, overseeing a battery of syringes, beneath a sign saying to get your flu shot, cheap.

Well, I smiled back, and said, "What for?"

Her answer: "So you won't catch the flu and get sick."

My response: "I never get a flu shot, and as a consequence, seldom get sick."

This appeared to perplex the young lady, and I continued on with my shopping, but it did have me thinking. I remember, as a child, being vaccinated of course, in my case, with polio vaccine (Sabin, thankfully, not Salk), but I cannot recall as a child seeing this annual ritual of stores and chains pushing flu shots. My late mother used to get them, and, predictably, every fall or winter, had a terrible flu-like cold.  She asked me once why I did not get flu shots, and I told her the same thing I told the young lady at the retail chain. "Try it," I urged my mother, "you might be surprised." It has been a recent development, this annual push to get your flu shot, and it is big business... and we need only look to the fact that every year we see stories of this strain or that strain (remember Bird flu? swine flu? SARS? and all the media predicted epidemic hype, from which we could be "safe" if we only got our shots?)

...and it looks to be increasingly fraught with some difficulties. For example, you might just catch fungal meningitis:

13,000 People Exposed to Big Pharma Shots Contaminated with Rare Fungal Meningitis Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/13000-people-exposed-contaminated-shots-rare-fungal-meningitis/#ixzz295eZHTWJ

Of course, these shots were apparently not vaccines, but, if one reads the article carefully, there are "contraindications" that one might consider before getting one, little things like autism, immune system diseases, and so on, not the least of which is the poor woman who now appears to be growing fingernails instead of hair.

But there is also this interesting story from John Rappaport:


The most disturbing thing about the developments Rappaport outlines are, to mind my, rather obvious: big pharma and the "surgerization" and "pharmatization" of medicine are now beginning to undermine confidence in our medical system, and I find this very disturbing for I know many good and dedicated physicians who have as many ethical and professional problems with this trend as I and others in this field of "alternative research" do.

That said, I'm not rushing to the nearest retail chain to pay them to inject me with the latest crud from Qerck and Muck Pharmaceuticals. It's bad enough I'm probably eating unlabeled GMO crudola from Duponzanto, I don't need to inject myself with it.

See you on the ...oh, yea, wait a minute... there's one more thing:

Leading World Bank Demographer: Vaccination Campaigns Part Of Population Reduction Policy

Ok...now we're done.

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Ramura on October 24, 2012 at 7:29 pm

    To me, one of the worst aspects of the entire “vaccine” mind-programming is how they have got the populace at large turning against each other if some people choose NOT to take the vaccine…especially in schools and people with children. The things they say and think should happen (“children should be taken away from parents that don’t vaccine their children….”exposing” MY child to risk” kind of statements).

    Now THAT’s scary!

    • DaphneO on October 24, 2012 at 7:45 pm

      Thank goodness the majority of the people are not like that. In Australia we’re usually quite comfortable with sharing differing opinions. But then maybe Aussies can be a bit too laid back at times. In some areas a bit of passion is required if we want to have our voice heard, rather than “going along to get along”.

      • DaphneO on October 24, 2012 at 7:53 pm

        Just finished posting the above, and a message by John Voight came into my email. This is definitely worth posting here I believe.
        Jon Voight
        I think this is what I was trying to say when I spoke of passion.

        • Nidster - on October 24, 2012 at 9:08 pm

          Thanks for the link!!!

        • sweet pea on October 25, 2012 at 10:09 am

          “Passion” as in Hitler, Stalin and similar passionate folk? It was truly chilling to listen to someone who spews such lies and hatred, cloaked under, “God Save America,” complete with a fawning, simpleton “minister.” As a wise man once said, “If fascism comes to America, it will be with a Bible wrapped in the flag.”

          • DaphneO on October 25, 2012 at 5:54 pm

            Sweet Pea… Really? I wasn’t thinking of that sort of passion at all. It is because people in the west have lost their passion for freedom that we are slowly finding we are living in a police state. We have lost the passion that enables us to stand up for our rights to live free.

            That’s how I see it, anyway.

        • terminally skeptical on October 29, 2012 at 3:11 pm

          Are you really on board with this polemic horseshit? I can’t stand Obama, nor Romney. I thought those who visit this website had at least the basics figured out and couldn’t be suckered into platitudes from the Hegelian playbook.
          The fact that our masses are too lazy to challenge those who would steal our constitution has nothing to do with Jon Voight’s diatribe. He’s there purely for the promotion of Romney, not freedom, because both Romney and Obama agree on the elimination of those freedoms.

    • Cassandane on October 25, 2012 at 8:42 am

      It is scary, especially when you think of all the children out there who suffer abuse, not only from their parents, but also from daycare and school, and nobody sees it as such or does anything about it. I had no immunizations and came down with all the childhood diseases – measles, mumps, chicken pox – as did most of my peers, and I barely remember being ill. However, I’m nearly 60 and am STILL dealing with the effects of incest and child abuse. Too bad people don’t get rabid about the things that really matter.

  2. DaphneO on October 24, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    I have never taken a flu shot, preferring to build up my own immune system which which to fight the flu. I farmed for many years, working outside in all kinds of weather, and although I did suffer from sinus, I only remember getting the flu (or definitely the symptoms) once.

    I have a son who is a doctor, and he disagrees with me, but I will go my own way on this.

    I remember when I worked for a company we had the chance annually of having free shots at work. For a year or so my boss couldn’t understand why I refused to comply, but eventually he came around to believing that he should avoid them also.

    I also asked my son about what appeared to be a huge increase in autism, and he disagreed that this was so, and was of the opinion that immunisation injections made no difference at all and gave me figures to confirm what he said. However, I still keep an open mind on this issue too.

    So I would have to say that I agree 100% with Dr Farrell’s assessment.

    • DaphneO on October 24, 2012 at 5:37 pm

      Just read the link below the article “Vaccine Bombshell: Baby Monkeys Given Standard Doses of Popular Vaccines Develop Autism Symptoms”.

      Very interesting. I think doctors get propagandised just as much as the rest of the population and don’t get to read these things. Sad.

      • sweet pea on October 25, 2012 at 10:21 am

        Sad, but don’t you think that doctors who have witnessed the pandemic rise in autism would be the first to sound the alarm? I’m a teacher and I’ve seen that rise in the last 20 years. Anyone who would work with these life-long afflicted children would realize the destruction that is irreversible…and incredibly increasing! I am reading one of the best books about the dark forces (as in black SUV’s who haunt those who dare go “rogue” and inform the public) and the this author covers in detail the statistics about this very issue. The book is, Alien Agenda, by Steve Peek. I’ve read a library full of books, Joseph Farrell’s volumes, etc. I think anyone would find this book truly grist for the mill. It’s not based on speculation (although there are sections where the author extrapolates probably realities based on the facts he knows to be true; but he labels FACTS from his informed, educated guesses). Seems to me that the net is closing, a supposition based on the lies, verbal violence and docile public who won’t listen to a bit of provable facts, but sigh a tea bagger’s relief when the Fox brigade spoon feeds them another round of 1984 philosophy!

        • DaphneO on October 25, 2012 at 6:03 pm

          Sweet Pea, that book sounds very interesting. It will go on my wish list.

          From what I have read, fear of consequences plays an important part in important facts getting out. Often with due reason.

          Thank you.

  3. LSM on October 24, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    “I know many good and dedicated physicians who have as many ethical and professional problems with this trend”- I don’t- they all have their heads up their rears on this concept- most doctors are nothing but thoughtless repeaters who robotize their actions according to a book or two they were required to chew/swallow/digest/regurgitate in medical school- I’ve tried countless times to inform my GP here in Germany about the dubiousness of vaccinations but he still doesn’t (want to) “get it”-

    the 3 yr. old son of one of my co-workers came down with a rather nasty case of chicken pox………………

    18 months after he had the CP vaccine (!!!)- vaccines don’t work and the rise of autism has increased 1400% since the mass vacs campaign began in ’89/’90

  4. herrebout on October 24, 2012 at 12:03 pm

    We have shifted our feeding habits to biological grown fruits and vegetables, limited wheat intake, more nuts, bitter chocolate, less refined sugar, no artifical supplements and… we feel much more fit, we do get sick common sickness, but the disease never comes through, we have enoug resistance. We take very little or no medicine.
    Let food be your medicine, Hippocrates said.

    • Ethan on October 25, 2012 at 11:41 am

      Almost the same thing over here 🙂

      Although we’ve cut out the wheat entirely and feel much better!

      Most noticeably my sinus problems and headaches are gone (have you read Wheat Belly by Dr. Davis? Really recommended: see this blog @ http://www.wheatbellyblog.com or listen to the great interview with him on http://redicecreations.com )

      Sugar has been cut out entirely. Only stevia and some honey are allowed now in this house 🙂

      Also Mark Sisson @ http://www.marksdailyapple.com/ has given a huge boost to our wellbeing 🙂

      Best thing? Even after not eating for many hours, I’m not collapsing from hungry and shakiness anymore.. awesome! 🙂

  5. Tor on October 24, 2012 at 11:36 am

    Last year my chemistry teacher got a flu shot, and he was sick all winter with the flu. He didn’t appreciate my comments when I told him that I wasn’t sure if he was qualified to teach me about Chemistry, and said to him, “to avoid getting sick, you paid someone to shoot you full of sickness, and now you are surprised that you are sick?” IMHO, eating a clove of garlic every day works a lot better than a flu shot.

    • Thomas on October 24, 2012 at 2:34 pm

      How did you do in chenmistry?

      • Thomas on October 24, 2012 at 2:35 pm

        I didn’t do well in typing

      • Tor on October 24, 2012 at 6:29 pm

        Got a B. He was actually a good guy, and a friend, so it was just fun ribbing, but as LSM says, “thoughtless repeater of his own indoctrination.”

    • LSM on October 24, 2012 at 3:21 pm

      Hi Tor,

      you know it- most academics are like medical doctors: thoughtless repeaters of their own indoctrination- and yes, garlic is wonderful (tastes great too!)

  6. Nidster - on October 24, 2012 at 10:02 am

    I too stopped getting a ‘flu’ shot years ago. There is a US Presidential Directive that will require everyone to receive the ‘flu’ vaccine when POTUS brings the ‘Hammer’ down.

    • Ramura on October 24, 2012 at 7:36 pm

      And that’s the OTHER thing that is scary — that they will make laws that require people to accept “treatments,” according to THEIR model, that they don’t want to take.

      Same thing for chemotherapy, etc. I read about a case where a child was taken from his parents because they refused chemotherapy as treatment for his cancer.

      Where will it all end?

  7. Robert Barricklow on October 24, 2012 at 7:23 am

    I stopped taking them years ago.
    After reading up on many journals, I decided that the bottom line was my health, Not their profit.

  8. Kathy Semlich on October 24, 2012 at 5:53 am

    According to the work of researchers such as Garth Nicolson, vaccines may be contaminated with mycoplasma bacteria. Mycoplasmas have been linked to autism, MS and CFS. There is also evidence that the military has used mycoplasma in biowarfare research.
    Disturbing, is also the fact that livestock today are given many vaccines which do not require any safety testing on humans. If these vaccines are also contaminated with mycoplasma, then it is entirely possible that meat can become contaminated….. Perhaps there is a link to the increasing rates of chronic illness of MS, CFS, autism etc etc??
    Last vaccine I had was the polio sugar cube at 11 years and I don’t think I’ll be getting any ever again.

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