Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Girl Dies From Cervical Jab

Yesterday a fourteen year old girl dropped dead at her school within an hour of receiving the cervical cancer jab. What is shocking is the continued pressure being put on parents and pupils by the government to continue with the vaccination programme.

Last night, a fellow pupil gave a dramatic account of how Natalie collapsed.
The 15-year-old girl said: 'We all had the jab today from Year Nine to the sixth form.
'About an hour after having the jab Natalie went really pale and wasn't breathing. I think it was around lunchtime.
'She fainted in the corridor. I saw ambulance men pumping her chest then the teachers told us to go outside.
'A lot of people were crying afterwards and we were all very worried.
'We have to have three of the jabs in all and a lot of us don't want to take the rest, but they're telling us we have to because there will be sideeffects if we don't have them all.'

Let us be clear cervical cancer is still rare and the virus which causes it is sexually transmitted. Therefore the more sexual partners you have the greater the risk.

My heart breaks for those who are literally being used as guinea pigs in an evil game of social engineering.

Be warned to submit to the pressure to have this jab could literally cost you you daughters life!

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1216714/Schoolgirl-14-dies-given-cervical-cancer-jab.html#ixzz0STofnRKS

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