Senior Citizens Used as Guinea Pigs for Vaccine Industry

The vaccine industry has now decided that injecting Senior Citizens with the “standard” vaccine dose just isn’t working. The most vulnerable people in our society are being used as Guinea Pigs to test vaccines.(Gee, really?) So now they’ve decided the way to make it work better is to offer a quadruple viral potency vaccine that packs 400% more viral fragments into one toxic shot.

You see, seniors are the most vulnerable targets. (more…)

The Great Swine Flu Hoax Marches On

The very last thing our modern medical racket wants is for Senior Citizens to figure out how to protect their own health without relying on chemical interventions.

The great Swine Flu hoax marches on, once again putting our elderly and other vulnerable people at unnecessary risk for the sake of greed and profits. While the World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared the end of the H1N1 pandemic-that-never-was, the untested H1N1 swine flu vaccine is being included in the annual flu jab this winter. Health officials claim that swine flu could still become a major epidemic, but it is most likely being done to reduce enormous stocks of the vaccine that governments were conned into ordering last year.

Virtually all flu shots usually have questionable benefits and the risk of harmful side effects. (more…)

The Fauci Jab Rhetoric is Crumbling

An AI-powered Dept. of Defense program named “Project Salus,” run in cooperation with the JAIC (Joint Artificial Intelligence Center), has analyzed data on 5.6 million Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 or older. Data were aggregated from Humetrix, a real-time data and analytics platform that tracks health care outcomes. Legal analysis from Thomas Renz of Renz-Law.com is included in a breaking video interview, below. The alarming findings show that the vast majority of covid hospitalizations are occurring Read more…

Is Corn Sugar Better For Us Than High Fructose Corn Syrup?

Actually it is the same thing. The Corn Refiners Association petitioned for this name change thinking that it would avoid confusion about high fructose corn syrup. Their argument is that HFCS is the same as table sugar.

There are definite proponents to this statement though. HFCS was introduced in the late 1970s and a cheaper form of sweetener than plain sugar. It is true that obesity rates have risen by more than (more…)