Certainly the CDC would not recommend injecting one of the deadliest heavy metal toxins in the world into children, while claiming they’ve removed it from all “childhood vaccines” – or would they? Well, they do. The “Quadrivalent vaccine” contains four strains of influenza and is now the “internationally accepted vaccine of choice.” Really? Accepted by who? Brain damaged children or unborn children?

Here come the highlights for the “inactivated” mercury-laden jab for the upcoming 2018–2019 flu season by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), because the effectiveness of a “live attenuated” flu vaccine was inferior during past seasons, and because it’s “unknown” for this upcoming season. Are you ready to sink a syringe full of experimental toxins into your children (the unborn ones also) when the AAP has no clue what they’re doing or recommending?

Symptoms of heavy metal toxicity include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, heart problems, anemia, and yes, central nervous system dysfunction (think Autism Spectrum Disorder and Asperger’s syndrome here). Mercury poisoning is a medical condition caused by exposure, ingestion or injection of mercury or its compounds, including thimerosal. Mercury is a heavy metal. All forms of mercury produce toxicity and/or death, even with less than one gram. How? Mercury blocks blood vessels and causes damage to the brain, lungs and kidneys. Deadly mercury can be found in fish, most dental fillings, and the childhood vaccine internationally known as the multi-dose flu shot.

Autopsy findings point to the half-life of inorganic mercury (yes, the kind in multi-dose flu shots) inside human brains lasting more than 27 years. Prolonged and heavy exposure to mercury often does irreversible damage to fetuses and infants, yet the CDC highly recommends flu shots that contain mercury as thimerosal for children in the womb and for infants as young as six months. Anybody spot a blaring contradiction here? Maybe you have too much mercury in your brain to think about it.

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