Chronicle Herald ‘H1N1 No Conspiracy’ Gets Slapped

big injectionCOTO Editor’s Note: This sort of ad hominem barrage may persuade no one, but it demonstrates the level of anger many, many people feel about the swine flu scam. Since marching in the streets opens us to guaranteed police brutality, we’re left with a growing frustration over the constant deception in corporate media. On a cultural level, this letter to the author of the Chronicle Herald story captures the zeitgeist, and provides citations for claims made, making it worthy of publication.

By O’Neil Brooke

Hello John,

I read your article “No H1N1 conspiracy — medical officerhttp://thechronicleherald.ca/Metro/1149037.html with interest this morning.

You did an excellant job of projecting Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer’s view points. However, you did absolutely NOTHING to address the very real concerns regarding this vaccine. I am wondering, what happened to journalistic integrity? Are you just lazy or have you become a useless hack who’s willing to slop whatever bile you are given without any effort given to fact checking?

“‘People see the terms tocopherol and squalene, they go, what is that?’ Dr. Strang said. ‘Why would they put those chemicals in my body? But it’s vitamin E, it’s naturally occurring oil and it’s water.'”

Thank you for taking the time to document the only adjuvant component that does not SCREAM danger. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tocopherol. I have not been able to find any long term studies showing the effects of Tocopherol being injected, but nothing seems to jump out about this substance.

Squalene, Polysorbate 80 and thiomersal are a completely different matter though. A totally different matter that you conveniently “forgot” to address. Ok so lets do your work for you and take a moment to look at these substances shall we?

Let’s start with Squalene. A simple google search for http://www.google.ca/#hl=en&q=squalene+side+effects&meta=&aq=5&oq=squalene+&fp=7cb5519368a1228f squalene side effects shows lots of information which you: did see? didn’t see? chose to ignore? were too lazy to care? were indifferent to the harm that they were going to cause?

“Since the 1980s, squalene has also been studied by the DoD and the National Institutes of Health as an adjuvant to boost the efficacy of certain vaccines. However, because animal studies have shown that squalene adjuvants may generate unwanted side effects, including autoimmune versions of arthritis, multiple sclerosis and other conditions, the FDA has never approved the general use of any vaccine containing squalene in the United States.” http://www.chiroweb.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=31995

Animal studies show that squalene may generate arthritis and multiple sclerosis? Hey, why worry about that! Are you feeling like your credibility is completely shot here, John? Do you think you should just spend the rest of your days gazing at the stars? At least you would probably be good at that. If you actually want to be a reporter, how about you continue to look at squalene and the KNOWN CONCERNS. Do your own research and stop asking us to spoon feed you by demonstrating your complete lack of knowledge and integrity so publicly.

Let’s look at Polysorbate 80 shall we? I know you are busy and you would probably much rather go off on some other time wasting endeavor, but this might save you from cancer. Let’s look at the Material Safety Data Sheet for Polysorbate 80. I know you are lazy,  John, so here’s a link to bring you right to it. http://www.sciencelab.com/xMSDS-POLYSORBATE_80-9926645. Specifically section 11: Toxicological Information

Special Remarks on Chronic Effects on Humans:
May cause adverse reproductive effects based on animal test data. No human data found.
May cause cancer based on animal test data. No human data found.
May affect genetic material (mutagenic)

May cause cancer?!!?! Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer thinks its a good idea to inject people with a cancer causing agent and you print that drivel? Have you sold your soul? Are you evil, John? I had a friend that once told me not to attribute to ill intent what can easily be explained by incompetence. Are you incompetent, John?

I’ve spoken with immunologists about this and they all seem to have a set of common responses:

1) Some people are always going to be affected because vaccines are never 100% safe. This is the disposable people argument. We are looking for a specific reaction and if a few people have to die or be horribly mutilated in order to get it, that’s a price we are willing to pay for herd immunity; and  

2) “Okay, okay, Polysorbate 80 looks like nasty stuff but can you prove it is bad at the concentrations used in the vaccine?”

How convienient to ask the herd that you, John, help pacify to serve as unwitting guinea pigs for these mad scientists. It’s not up to us to prove this known carcinogen is bad at the concentrations used in the vaccine, it’s up to the scientists to prove that it is safe!

What happened when you mix Polysorbate 80 and Squalene in an adjuvant? Oh look a World Intellectual Property Organization Patent (WO/1999/034825) FERTILITY IMPAIRING VACCINE AND METHOD OF USE. http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?wo=1999034825. A means to chemically sterilize people. John, you useless HACK! What is wrong with you? How could you possibly be so ignorant? Look at the kids around you, do you want them to be sterile? Do you think they should at least get this information so they can make an informed choice? Are you more comfortable telling them the vaccine is safe and then listen to them complain and moan about being sterile later?

If you are unwilling to do your job, stick with the star gazing, at least that way you won’t be spreading ignorance which will kill and maim. If you don’t want to touch these stories fine, but if you do choose to at least have some integrity and self respect will you? Try, at least try to be a good human being, will you?


Ad hominem is cause for rejection or deletion of comments or articles at COTO Report, with rare exception. Now we return you to the regularly scheduled program. ~ Ed.

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3 responses to “Chronicle Herald ‘H1N1 No Conspiracy’ Gets Slapped

  1. I could substitute names of similar reporters articles too, O’Niel brooke gets my nod for saying Exactly what I have been thinking and saying as I too read lousy inept dumbed down reports by Media shills.
    I appreciated the link on Squalene and polysorbate in combo too.
    an Aussie Good onYa! 🙂 Nice work.

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