*ONE IN SIX VICTIMS DIAGNOSED WITH SLEEPING DISORDER IN GERMANY IS A CHILD
*AVERAGE AGE OF VICTIM IS BETWEEN 15 AND 25
*NARCOLEPSY IS AN AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE CAUSED BY ADJUVANT, CONFIRMS AUSTRIAN UNIVERSITY, PREDICTED BY DR REBECCA CARLEY IN 2009
A staggering 50,000 Germans now suffer from the sleeping disorder narcolepsy, according to Die Welt.
An increase in cases of narcolepsy in Finland has been linked to the swine flu vaccine.
Even the World Health Organization has admitted the link between narcolepsy and the swine flu jab.
Professor Birgit Högl and colleagues at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, have confirmed that narcolepsy, a chronic neurological disorder caused by the brain’s inability to regulate sleep, is an autoimmune disease triggered by the adjuvant, squalene.
The Finnish government has started to compensate children for the damage caused by the swine flu vaccine following 900 reports of harm.
Axel Springer’s Die Welt newspaper does not connect the huge increase in cases of narcolepsy in Germany with the swine flu vaccination programme in 2009 or mention the link confirmed in Finland between narcolepsy and the adjuvant in its report.
Die Welt quotes sleeping disorder specialist Sandra Overmann from Köln as saying that every sixth victim being diagnosed with narcolepsy – or about 8,300 of the 50,000 — is a child. Children are more vulnerable and show symptoms faster.
The average age of a narcolepsy victim is between 15 and 25 years old, Overmann said.
The incidence of narcolepsy has soared in Germany. A study in 2002 by the German society for sleep research and sleep medicine, the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Schlafforschung und Schlafmedizin, estimated the prevalence of narcolepsy to be 2 or 3 among 100,000 young people under 18 years of age.
There are about 11 million people in under 14 years of age or about 16 million people under 18 years of age in Germany. There should only be about 300 people suffering from narcolepsy in that age group according to the 2002 study.
Only 6% of the Germans took the swine flu jab in 2009. If 60% of the population, for example, had taken it, there might now be 500,000 people in Germany already showing the signs of narcolepsy and other diseases.
All the evidence points to the swine flu vaccine being responsible for the 30 to 40 times increase in narcolepsy among young people in Germany.
The Paul Ehrlich Institute launched an epidemiological study in May 2011 to see if there is a link between the increase in narcolepsy cases and the swine flu vaccine.
The scientific evidence that the swine flu vaccine was dangerous was unambiguous.