Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome. Are you afraid of Camels?

MERS or Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome first diagnosed in Saudi Arabia in 2012 consists of fever, cough, shortness of breath. When the CDC mentions a new disease, chances are they have a vaccine in the works. This one MERS came from camels. Are you going to have a direct contact with a camel? Probably not. How do you promote a vaccine for a disease that Americans are not likely to get? When the vaccine is ready, the outbreak will begin. Unknown untested vaccines need some someone to be the guinea pig and if there is an epidemic, the guinea pig is you. The word pandemic definition used to“An influenza pandemic occurs when a new influenza virus appears against which the human population has no immunity, resulting in several simultaneous epidemics worldwide with enormous numbers of deaths and illness.” The H1NI illness changed that to take out the words enormous death and illness,  so that even a mild disease could be called a pandemic based on the new definition according the World Healh Organization.   If there is an pandemic of MERS, don’t panic just yet. Remember when there was a pandemic of Ebola and Nancy Snyderman told us to panic? Yet, she snuck out to get some soup? She was fired for not following her own protocol. Don’t let them scare y0u.  Eat some soup. You’ll be fine. Good sanitation and Better Hygiene. That’s what gets rid of disease. When you actually do quarantine those that are sick, it will the diseases die out on their own without fear.   Share...

Breaking News: The CDC F’ed Up. Use their hashtag on everything you post. #vaxwithme

The CDC website says. CDC’s #VaxWithMe Social Media Campaign has been updated In an effort to promote all vaccinations as an important prevention method for protecting against serious, and even deadly diseases, CDC has updated its #VaxWithMe social media campaign to encourage individuals to be aware and up-to-date on recommended vaccines for themselves and their family for every stage of life. The new #VaxWithMe campaign seeks to drive visibility of vaccination across a person’s lifespan, spark engagement around the importance of vaccination for all ages, and generate a movement that encourages individuals to be aware of recommended vaccinations for all ages, lifestyles, jobs, travels, and health conditions. CDC encourages individuals to join the campaign  by sharing messages, post, tweets, photos, and videos with the hashtag #VaxWithMe on social media to promote their support and participation in getting recommended vaccinations. Learn more about the new #VaxWithMe campaign here! Historical Success of the 2014-2016 #VaxWithMe Selfie Social Media Campaign: The Viral Spread of Flu (Message) The #VaxWithMe selfie social media campaign was created in 2014 to drive visibility of flu vaccination, spark engagement around the importance of vaccination, and ultimately, generate a movement that encouraged more people to get their flu vaccination every year. Between September 2014 and April 2015, 552 participants used the #vaxwithme hashtag 827 times, generating 18.4 million impressions.1 The campaign was awarded Honorable Mention by the 2015 Hermes Creative Awards in the Digital Marketing Campaign category.2 The #VaxWithMe flu vaccination Selfie campaign encouraged individuals to share photos and videos of themselves (tagged #VaxWithMe) during or after getting their flu vaccination. The operative word for the #VaxWithMe campaign was...
Brenda Fitzgerald new CDC director…loves vaccines 

Brenda Fitzgerald new CDC director…loves vaccines 

For those of you wishing for a CDC director who will keep exemptions, Brenda Fitzgerald is not on our side. Brenda Fitzgerald is the former commissioner of public health in Atlanta. She seems to be very provaccine. Though as this information comes from the New York Times, we know how much the NYT likes to force poison you with vaccines.  She took a million dollars from Coca-Cola to fight childhood obesity, and that just tells you how bought and paid she really is. You might as well be sponsored by McDonald’s.  We have to find her on Facebook and inform her or we are sunk.  Share...

Sallie Elkordy interview on the Richie Allen Show. Vaccine injury is in Europe too

This is Sallie Elkordy, running for mayor in New York City.  Here are some main points. Doctors will “fire you” for refusing to vaccinate. The patients go to the doctor with a vaccine injury and the parents are accused of child neglect for not vaccinating. Sallie is an activist to explain on the steps of City Hall and to educate people about vaccine injury. Share...