Karen De Coster
LRC Blog
October 2, 2009


A precious, innocent child’s life came to a cruel, sudden end. The Wall Street Journal reports that Natalie Morton, who died in England shortly following a Cervarix injection, did not die from the vaccination.The WSJ, in fact, almost appears to be swaggering behind its words. So you see, says the WSJ, no need to fear or stop the H1N1 vaccination program. There are pathology reports that absolve the vaccination and its maker. The HPV vaccinations are perfectly safe, as are the swine flu jabs. Thank goodness—I feel better already.

The pathology report states that she had an undiagnosed condition that was “so severe that death could have arisen at any point.” What was that condition? A “tumour in her chest involving her heart and her lungs.” A tumor (don’t like the Brit spelling) that just suddenly lashed out at her and attacked and killed, after producing no symptoms of a cancer tumor whatsoever? Is there a single person who is dumb enough to swallow this very inadequate version of her death?

I mentioned the other day that GlaxoSmithKline is working to get approval to sell Cervarix in the U.S. to compete against Merck’s Gardasil. Of course they wouldn’t allow a truthful report of this death, caused by the vaccination, to be revealed and thus deny its approval in the U.S., causing the loss of billions of dollars in revenue streams. As Mike Adams says, “This explanation is obviously a cover story to protect the vaccine industry; and it’s not even a convincing cover story at that.” Remember, this is a global vaccination program, with mandates growing and billions at stake. This is from the Wall Street Journal piece:

That sad case is a reminder to be wary of confusing proximity in time with cause and effect — a concept public-health officials have been citing in advance of the imminent roll out of the swine (H1N1) flu vaccine.

Ahh yes, coincidence! People, you see, may now fear the massive swine flu forced vaccination program the government is trying to shove down our throats. Can’t have that—declaring a worldwide pandemic and triggering hysteria means the growth of government control and a healthy, wealthy pharmaceutical industry.

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