WHO Continues With Confusion And Fear Campaign Regarding 

The WHO has led a universal fear mongering campaign ever since the Zika Virus was “discovered” in Brazil. Zika Virus has been linked to a rapid rise in children born with microcephaly, a condition that spawns children with abnormally small heads and brains. But the WHO’s connection has been largely scrutinized with many saying the real connection is in fact, Tdap vaccinations. World Health photoPhoto by US Mission GenevaA new connection is being made between Zika Virus and Guillain-Barré syndrome, but the WHO is now backing down that assertion. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged caution about linking the Zika virus with a rare nerve disorder called Guillain-Barré which health officials in Colombia have blamed for three deaths. ADVERTISEMENT “Yes, we have seen cases of death from Guillain-Barré syndrome; three have been reported. But I would urge caution” on linking it with Zika, a WHO spokesman, Christian Lindmeier, said. Colombia last Friday said three people had died after contracting the Zika virus and developing Guillain-Barré syndrome, a rare disorder in which the immune system attacks the nervous system, causing weakness and sometimes paralysis.Of course, Guillain-Barré syndrome is yet another condition strongly linked to vaccines. By the CDC’s own admission, flu vaccines have caused the condition. What happened in 1976 with GBS and the swine flu vaccine? In 1976 there was a small increased risk of GBS following vaccination with an influenza vaccine made to protect against a swine flu virus. The increased risk was approximately 1 additional case of GBS per 100,000 people who got the swine flu vaccine. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) conducted a thorough scientific review of this issue in 2003 and concluded that people who received the 1976 swine influenza vaccine had an increased risk for developing GBS. Scientists have multiple theories on why this increased risk may have occurred, but the exact reason for this association remains unknown.Maybe the WHO doesn’t want more of a spotlight being cast upon vaccine-induced injuries and death? This would make sense seeing they are being incredibly quick to distance themselves in this specific case. Maybe they have seen the results of linking microcephaly and the backlash they received, which has in-turn led to increased discussions over Tdap? The WHO might likely want to shove any future conversations under the rug, such as “how many of these Zika cases were also administered a flu vaccine?”People are starting to wisen up to this fear mongering spectacle that’s created just for the sake of pushing more vaccines on us. In this case, pushing vaccines on pregnant women. None of this is surprising, the push to get pregnant women vaccinated with flu shots and pertussis shots has been ongoing for a few years now. They realize the demographic is large and profitable. So why not start with an “outbreak” in some far away land and then pretend it is happening right here at home? I hope more people come to their sense before it is too late.World Health photoPhoto by US Mission Genevaimage credit: pixabayADVERTISEMENTLike This: by Taboola Sponsored Links You May LikeNevada Homeowners Born Before 1985 Are Getting a Huge RewardLow Rate Shop QuotesForget The iPhone 7. Next Apple Sensation LeakedThe Motley FoolThis game will keep you up all night!Stormfall: Free Online Game

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