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Revealed: How the BBC is Deliberately Suppressing the Truth (And Endangering the Lives of Millions)

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Published on 28 Sep 2020 / In News and Politics

Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA

The pro-vaxxers, as I call them, deny that vaccines can cause problems, even though governments have paid out billions of dollars of taxpayers’ money in compensation to previously healthy people who were made ill or killed by vaccines.
Allergy reactions including anaphylactic shock which can kill of course, so that’s not one you want because it would be a real disappointment to be perfectly healthy, have a flu jab and then die. I’ve had an anaphylactic shock reaction and it was no fun at all. Not recommended. No one really knows how common it is but it’s a fair guess that several hundred people a year have them as a result of vaccination.

Arthralgia – pain in your joints
Asthenia – a lack of energy and weakness
Convulsions – definitely not something you want
Diarrhoea – messy but probably won’t kill you
Ecchymosis – a bruise
Encephalomyelitis – inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, you don’t want that one
Erythema Multiforme
Guillain-Barre Syndrome – which can cause paralysis, so that’s one to avoid
Induration - hardening
Influenza type illness
Myalgia – pain in your muscles
Syncope – loss of consciousness, not a lot of fun if you’re a steeplejack, bus driver or almost anything
Tenderness at injection site
Thrombocytopenia – that’s a blood disorder which you definitely don’t want
Vasculitis which may be associated with transient renal involvement – renal of course is kidneys so that’s not a good one to have
Vomiting – which like diarrhoea can be very messy

Those are the side effects listed being associated with one particular flu vaccine. But I’m not allowed to tell you about those because the list is only really available for health professionals who are considered better able to deal with them. So I shouldn’t have told you about those side effects. So forget I did or I’ll probably be in trouble. Again.

Oh, and of course, this list isn’t complete because it is always possible that additional problems may develop a year or more later. And some side effects, particularly rare ones, may not be recorded – even if they are deadly.
Vernon Coleman : http://www.vernoncoleman.com

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