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Flumist is a Biological weapon! Crosses Blood Brain Barrier and destoys your cells!


"...Overcoming the difficulty of delivering therapeutic agents to specific regions of the brain presents a major challenge". Blood-brain barrier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia





*H1N1 Flumist has overcome this obstacle as the "weapon of choice".

The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is a separation of circulatingblood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) maintained by the choroid plexus in the central nervous system (CNS). Endothelial cells restrict the diffusion of microscopic objects (e.g. bacteria) and large or hydrophilic molecules into the CSF, while allowing the diffusion of small hydrophobic molecules (O2, hormones, CO2). Cells of the barrier actively transport metabolic products such as glucose across the barrier with specific proteins.

Pathophysiology

The blood-brain barrier acts very effectively to protect the brain from many common bacterial infections.

Thus, infections of the brain are very rare. However, since antibodies are too large to cross the blood-brain barrier, infections of the brain that do occur are often very serious and difficult to treat.

The blood brain barrier becomes more permeable during inflammation however, meaning some antibiotics can get across.

Viruses easily bypass the blood-brain barrier by attaching themselves to circulating immune cells.

*The H1N1 contains a live virus which attaches itself to circulating immune cells throughout the mucusa membrane using the flu mist.

Transport mechanism *Flumist and injection


Mechanisms for drug targeting in the brain involve going either "through" or "behind" the BBB. One such strategy to go through the BBB may entail the use of endogenous transport systems, including carrier-mediated transporters such as glucose and amino acid carriers, receptor-mediated transcytosis for insulin or transferrin.

Transferrin is a blood plasmaprotein for iron ion delivery.When a transferrin protein loaded with iron encounters a transferrin receptor on the surface of a cell (e.g., to erythroid precursors in the bone marrow), it binds to it and, as a consequence, is transported into the cell in a vesicle.



*That's how viruses, and (mercury)
"Thiomersal" breaks down the cells.


When it comes into contact with a host cell, a virus can insert its genetic material into its host, literally taking over the host's functions. An infected cell produces more viral protein and genetic material instead of its usual products. Some viruses may remain dormant inside host cells for long periods, causing no obvious change in their host cells (a stage known as the lysogenic phase). But when a dormant virus is stimulated, it enters the lytic phase: new viruses are formed, self-assemble, and burst out of the host cell, killing the cell and going on to infect other cells. The diagram below at right shows a virus that attacks bacteria, known as the lambda bacteriophage, which measures roughly 200 nanometers.



Figure 5. Bacteriophage binding to and injecting their DNA into a bacterial cell.









Remember Tuskegee

As a doctor explained, “If the colored population becomes aware that accepting free hospital care means a post-mortem, every darky will leave Macon County...” Even the Surgeon General of the United States participated in enticing the men to remain in the experiment, sending them certificates of appreciation after 25 years in the study. Even when penicillin —the first real cure for syphilis— was discovered in the 1940s, the Tuskegee men were deliberately denied the medication.




Dr. J.W. Williams, who was serving his intership at Adrews Hospital at the Tuskegee Ins. in 1932 and assisted in the experiment's clinical work, stated that "neither the interns nor the subjects knew what the study involved." "The people who came in were not told what was being done," Dr. Williams said, " We told them we wanted to test them. They were not told, so far as I know, what they were being treated for or what they were not being treated for." As far as he could tell, the subjects "thought they were being treated for rheumatism or bad stomachs." He did recall administering to the men what he thought were drugs to combat syphilis, and yet he thought back the matter, Dr. Williams conjectured that " some may have been a placebo." He was absoluetly certain of one point: "We didn't tell them we were looking for syphilis. I don't think they would have known what that was." (Jones p.5)


Charles Pollard recalls saying recieving a free examination and being told he had "bad blood" and that the physicians never mentioned syphilis to me, not even once. He thought he had been recieving treatment for "bad blood" since the first meeting. "They been doctoring me off and on ever since then, and they gave me blood tonic. (*At this time in the early 1930's treatment consisted of mercury (*thiomersal) and two arsenic compounds called arsphenamine and neoarsphenamine, known aslo by their generic name, salvarsan). (Jones pg. 5/6)


Thiomersal is very toxic by inhalation *(as seen from above), ingestion, and in contact with skin (* injections) (EC hazard symbol T+), with a danger of cumulative effects. When applied to human nerve cells it changes cell membrane permeability and induces programmed cell death. In the body, it is metabolized or degraded to ethylmercury (C2H5Hg+) and thiosalicylate.[2]


Immune system

Transferrin is also associated with the innate immune system. Transferrin is found in the mucosa and binds iron, thus creating an environment low in free iron, where few bacteria are able to survive.

* (sic) That's only if your not introducing a live, attenuated virus, which also contains mercury.

The mucous membranes (or mucosae; singular mucosa) are linings of mostly endodermal origin, covered in epithelium, which are involved in absorption and secretion. It is at several places continuous with skin: at the nostrils, the lips, the ears, the genital area, and the anus.


Transferrin imbalance can have serious health effects for those with low or high serum transferrin levels. A patient with an increased serum transferrin level often suffers fromiron deficiencyanemia.[3]

A patient with decreased plasma transferrin can suffer from iron overload diseases and protein malnutrition. An absence of transferrin in the body creates a rare genetic disorder known as atransferrinemia; a condition characterized by anemia and hemosiderosis in the heart and liver that leads to many complications including heart failure.


Flu Mist Nasal Spray H1N1 Vaccine











The swine flu nasal spray formulation is a live, attenuated form of the virus that is sprayed into the nose. "Attenuated" means "weakened." The nasal spray does contain thimerosal *mercury. People who should not get the flu mist vaccine include:
  • Pregnant women
  • Children under two years old
  • People with asthma
  • People with a compromised immune system
But if mercury didn't work during Tuskegee, how is going to work now?


From: A. True Ott, PhD, ND

V.I.C. (Vaccine Injury Coalition)
1260 S. 1200 W. #3
Ogden, UT 84404

Contact Phone Number: 801-392-1635

Today, October 6, 2009, the Weber/Morgan Health Department began dispensing 'H1N1' "Swine Flu" nasal "flu-mist" vaccines to the general public, with the public announcement that all county "health departments" in the State of Utah would soon follow.

These vaccines are said to be "free" to the public - which is a false statement. The manufacturer of the "vaccine" - MedImmune Inc., has been paid handsomely for this serum by the federal government - thus the "vaccine" is not free at all. It has been paid for by our tax dollars. With the federal government, there is no such thing as a truly "free" benefit!

The news media has been blindly promoting this vaccine without mentioning the following risks:

1. The vaccine is composed of "live" viruses. The vaccine circular, page 21, section 17.2 warns under the heading "Vaccination with a Live Virus Vaccine": "Vaccine recipients or their parents/guardians should be informed by the health care provider that Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine Live, Intranasal is an attenuated live virus vaccine AND HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR TRANSMISSION TO IMMUNOCOMPROMISED HOUSEHOLD CONTACTS". (Emphasis added). In layman's terms, the "live viruses" can be "shed" and cause other people to become infected.
2. The virus included in the FluMist vaccine is NOT a naturally-occurring virus, but is a laboratory-created "Influenza Hemagglutinin and Neuraminidase VARIANT" that is protected by MedImmune U.S. Patent # 2008/0069821 A1.
3. According to the vaccine circular, this "live-virus" vaccine has not been tested, and is clearly experimental. The FDA has allowed it to be licensed solely under new "emergency" licensing provisions.
4. The vaccine dose contains 0.188 mg. of monosodium glutamate - a well-known brain excito-toxic compound. Placing this amount of MSG directly into the nasal passages can cause neurological adverse reactions.

I personally believe that providing this "live virus" spray to citizens will actually CAUSE the feared pandemic to occur. Based on the summer's events in the Southern Hemisphere, the W.H.O.'s "pandemic" has disappeared. The projected "2nd wave" in Australia and South America did not materialize. Therefore, there is no further justification for "pandemic level 6" status - and thus, no need for H1N1 live-virus vaccines to be given away "free".

Dr. Ott


Adsorption or DOCKING with the host receptor protein.
Entry or PENETRATION of the viral nucleic acid into the host cytoplasm.
BIOSYNTHESIS of the viral components.
Assembly (MATURATION) of the viral components into complete viral units.
RELEASE of the completed virus from the host cell.





Va. teen suffers rare illness after swine flu shot

Boy diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, but CDC says no clear link

Jordan McFarland, 14, was hospitalized for five days after coming down with Guillain-Barre syndrome hours after receiving a vaccination for H1N1.








Pathophysiology

All forms of Guillain–Barré syndrome are due to an immune response to foreign antigens (such as infectious agents) that are mistargeted at host nerve tissues instead. The targets of such immune attack are thought to be gangliosides, compounds naturally present in large quantities in human nerve tissues. The most common antecedent infection is the bacteria Campylobacter jejuni.[8]

However, 60% of cases do not have a known cause; one study suggests that some cases are triggered by the influenza virus, or by an immune reaction to the influenza virus.[9]

The end result of such autoimmune attack on the peripheral nerves is damage to the myelin, the fatty insulating layer of the nerve, and a nerve conduction block, leading to a muscle paralysis that may be accompanied by sensory or autonomic disturbances.

However, in mild cases, nerve axon (the long slender conducting portion of a nerve) function remains intact and recovery can be rapid if remyelination occurs. In severe cases, axonal damage occurs, and recovery depends on the regeneration of this important tissue. Recent studies on the disorder have demonstrated that approximately 80% of the patients have myelin loss, whereas, in the remaining 20%, the pathologic hallmark mmbb of the disorder is indeed axon loss.

Guillain–Barré, unlike disorders such as multiple sclerosis and Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS), is a peripheral nerve disorder and does not generally cause nerve damage to the brain or spinal cord.



By JoNel Aleccia
Health writer
msnbc.com
updated 58 minutes ago






A 14-year-old Virginia boy is weak and struggling to walk after coming down with a reported case of Guillain-Barre syndrome within hours after receiving the H1N1 vaccine for swine flu.

Jordan McFarland, a high school athlete from Alexandria, Va., left Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children Tuesday night in a wheelchair nearly a week after developing severe headaches, muscle spasms and weakness in his legs following a swine flu shot. He will likely need the assistance of a walker for four to six weeks, plus extensive physical therapy.
“The doctor said I’ll recover fully, but it’s going to take some time,” the teenager said.

Jordan is among the first people in the nation to report developing the potentially life-threatening muscle disorder after receiving the H1N1 vaccine this fall. Hisalarming reaction was submitted via msnbc.com's reader reporting tool, First Person, by his stepmother, Arlene Connin.
Increased cases of GBS were found in patients who received a 1976 swine flu vaccine, but government health officials say they've seen no rise in the condition associated with the current outbreak.

So far, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have received five reports of GBS in people who received the H1N1 vaccine since Oct. 6, not including Jordan’s case, said Dr. Claudia J. Vellozzi, deputy director for immunization safety.

Out of about 40 million doses of H1N1 vaccine available to date, that’s a far lower rate of GBS than the 1 case that develops in every 1 million people who receive the regular flu vaccine.
"It's much less than we'd expect," she said, adding that many cases go unreported.

In 1976, about 1 additional case of GBS developed in every 100,000 people who were vaccinated against the swine flu, according to the CDC.
Jordan's parents said doctors diagnosed the teen with GBS, a rare muscle disorder that develops when a person’s own immune system attacks the nerves, causing muscle weakness, difficulty walking and sometimes paralysis and death.

Hospital officials didn't dispute that the boy had GBS, but refused to comment on the boy's condition or treatment, even after his family granted permission.

“They don’t want to create a fear or panic in the community,” said Jordan's stepmother, Connin.
Connin and Jordan’s father, Calvin McFarland, both 38, believe the shot sparked the illness that came on 18 hours after the boy’s vaccination.

No clear link

But Vellozzi said there’s no clear link between the new vaccine and the disease.

“We know that GBS and other illnesses occur routinely in the U.S.,” Vellozzi said, noting that 80 to 120 cases are diagnosed each week in the general population.

“There are events that follow vaccination. That’s what they are, they happened to follow vaccination.

GBS is among the most severe adverse events being tracked with updated systems developed by the CDC, the Food and Drug Administration and the American Association of Neurology in order to monitor the rollout of the H1N1 flu vaccine.

So far, CDC officials have received about 1,700 reports of adverse events linked to the new shot, Vellozzi said. Of those, only about 4 percent, or 68, were coded as serious. That’s on par with reports regarding seasonal vaccine.

While any harmful side effect can be devastating for an individual, when it comes to larger public health issues, the H1N1 virus is considerably riskier than the vaccine, experts say.

“The H1N1 illness is making lots of children very ill," Vellozzi said. "There’s lots of illness and lots of death."

So far, more than 4,000 people have died from H1N1 infection in the U.S., according to latest estimates by the CDC.

Since the start of the H1N1 vaccine campaign, the CDC has repeatedly warned that certain conditions, such as miscarriage, heart attack and even GBS occur regardless of immunization, and officials have urged the public not to blame the vaccine for the illnesses, but to report promptly any suspected side effects.

Officials at Inova Fairfax had not reported Jordan's case to the CDC as of early today, and did not respond to queries about whether they would report the adverse event.

Vaccine critic Barbara Lowe Fisher, president of the National Vaccine Information Center in Vienna, Va., said assuming all potential side effects are coincidence is a mistake. Such an attitude is likely to prevent doctors and other health workers from reporting adverse events in a timely manner, obscuring a true picture of any problems

Fisher said only between 1 percent and 10 percent of adverse events are reported to the government's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, which was set up to track problems with vaccines. A 1986 law requires reporting of certain adverse events to VAERS, but there are no sanctions for not reporting, Fisher noted. CDC officials said general reporting to VAERS is voluntary

Fisher said she suspects that many more cases of GBS have occurred in the wake of the H1N1 vaccines.
"We basically have people blowing it off," she said. "We need to make sure people are reporting."

Eager for protection

Like many parents across the country, Arlene Connin said she was eager to protect Jordan and his brother, Lleyton, 7, against the flu. When she took the boys to the local health department for seasonal flu shots on Nov. 5, the provider said H1N1 vaccine was available, too.

There was “not even a thought,” that either boy would have a reaction, Connin said. Within hours, however, Jordan developed severe headaches, chills and back spasms. The family rushed him to the closest hospital, Dewitt Army Community Hospital, where doctors conducted neurological exams, a CT scan and an EKG test.

The small hospital didn’t have the facilities to diagnose or treat Jordan’s illness, so he was transferred by ambulance on Nov. 6 to Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, Va., a spokesman said. Doctors there quickly gave Jordan intravenous immunoglobulin, a standard treatment for GBS, Connin said.

“GBS, that’s the diagnosis they gave us and that’s how they were treating him,” Connin said.

A hospital spokesman, Tony Raker, declined further comment on Jordan's case. When an msnbc.com photographer asked to view Jordan's chart, even with his father's permission, hospital officials refused.

Doctors are reluctant to discuss GBS in connection with vaccines, Connin said. Anti-vaccine groups frequently cite the disorder as evidence of vaccine dangers, which public health officials fear will discourage people from getting life-saving protection, especially in the case of H1N1.
Jordan’s experience has made his parents think hard about immunization, even though they’ve always insisted on annual flu shots. Under CDC guidelines for children 9 and younger, Lleyton should receive another booster shot of H1N1 vaccine to protect him fully against the virus.
“I have mixed emotions on that one,” Calvin McFarland, the boys’ father, said. “We’re not sure what we’re going to do about that.”


Peace be upon you


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Flumist is a Biological weapon! Crosses Blood Brain Barrier and destoys your cells!