Thursday, March 04, 2010

Kentucky Propaganda for H1N1, The Vaccine Causes Brain Damage

The liars from Kentucky who made this video have the comments disabled on Youtube so you have to go somewhere else to counter their dishonesty. The facts that these lying baby killers don't want you to know are these. The mercury in the flu shot kills brain cells. When injected into pregnant woman, this effect is intensified immeasurably in the developing brains of fetuses. Mercury can be lethal and causes miscarriages and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Mercury causes autism, mental retardation, Alzheimer's, Asperger's, ADD, speech delays, Cerebral Palsy, Diabetes, Lou Gehrig's Disease and more.

Don't let any malpracticing fool of a doctor shoot mercury into you, especially if you're pregnant.

Here's the link to the website of the assholes who made the video. The only email I could find on the site is this one . I think people should email these scumbag public employees from the State of Kentucky and tell them to stop lying to us. You can also find a number there to report fraud. This ad should be reported back to them for the fraud that it is.

UPDATE: It looks like Kentucky was ashamed of their stupidity and removed the video from Youtube. Fortunately, someone else copied it


Anonymous said...

This video is designed to make people feel stupid if they don't fall for the lie that vaccines are safe and effective. Sadly lots of people fall for this type of propaganda and that's because they are stupid.

Vaccines kill, don't be a victim.

Watching in Washington said...

I don't see how this is going to get people to comply - let's insult people, yeah, that will make them run right out and get their shot@@.

They're just embarrassed because they made so much of this stupid vaccine and only about 40% of the population even wanted it and now they cannot get rid of it no matter how hard they try to shove it down everyone's throats.

CharlesR said...

No surprise here. Radio and TV PSA's often use insult, ridicule, and half-truths, like the one a few years ago that tried to give the impression that the only reason parents would hesitate to have their kids immunized is that the kids might cry at the needle's pinprick.