A Madison, Wisconsin-based vaccine company is about one year away from enrolling a new universal flu shot into clinical trials, according to reports. The vaccine, known as Redee Flu, is said to provide protection against a host of viral strains, and would only need to be administered once every three to five years — but like all other flu shots currently available on the market, Redee Flu will more than likely also contain a potentially-deadly cocktail of toxic, chemical adjuvants.
For the past few years, vaccine manufacturers in numerous parts of the world have been scrambling to come up with a vaccine that will target multiple strains of influenza, as several recent studies have shown that existing flu vaccines provide little, if any, protection against the flu. Scientists from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Medical Center, and elsewhere are all reportedly racing to get a universal flu jab to market, presumably to stem the compliance fallout that is building due to the failure of existing flu shots.
But will the new shot actually work as claimed, or will it become yet another example of mainstream medical quackery? According to an official company press release, Redee Flu contains a live virus that allegedly cannot replicate, but that triggers “a robust immune response.” As anyone with even a cursory understanding of how vaccines work already understands, the immune response triggered by vaccines is a direct result of the adjuvants added to the vaccine solutions.
Aluminum, antifreeze, and petroleum-based toxins are abundant in flu shots
Such adjuvants include things like toxic aluminum-based gels and salts, which the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) insinuates on its vaccine safety page are safe because aluminum “is one of the most common metals found in nature and is present in air, food, and water.” But what this corrupt agency does not explain is that aluminum-based vaccine adjuvants can cause severe neurological damage, including mental retardation and autism.
Other common vaccine additives include ingredients like antifreeze (ethylene glycol), monosodium glutamate (MSG), food coloring, and ammonia. Each of these ingredients is collectively linked to causing central nervous system damage, memory impairment, lowered IQ, bone problems, and cancer, among other conditions. Vaccine adjuvants are also linked to causing food allergies, particularly when they are made with food-based excipients.
Beyond this, there is the simple fact that existing flu vaccines do not work as claimed, and the so-called “science” used to defend their use is politically influenced and fundamentally flawed. If this same “science” is used to show that Redee Flu is safe and effective, in other words, there is a good chance that it actually does not work, and very likely poses the threat of inducing serious side effects.
“[F]lu vaccination is a lot less effective than we have been led to believe,” explains Dr. John Briffa in a 2011 article entitled One Way to Prevent Flu: Catch the Flu, which was quoted by Christina England in a recent piece on vaccines for VacTruth.com. “Plus, many individuals need to be vaccinated for one person to benefit. In other words, the vast majority of people who are vaccinated against flu will not benefit.”
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