The fact that the Irish government knew that the swine flu vaccine was dangerous and untested before it encouraged people to have it in 2009 as Irish MP Clare Daly has now said should give everyone pause for thought.
If even I, a humble science reporter, knew the swine flu vaccine was dangerous in 2009 from a brief examination of the docs, and no proportion to the actual threat, then believe me, WHO, governments and big pharma knew it.
A top Swedish health official said the swine flu vaccination campaign was “a medical tragedy.”
He said. “Hundreds of young people have had their lives almost destroyed.”
The fact that the Irish government is now doing everything in its power to stop the (ever growing group of) victims from getting compensation for narcolepsy or even minimal help should also give everyone pause for thought.
In 2009, 100% of the populations of almost every single country were set to get this vaccine.
My experience talking to the many people who suffered side effects from the swine flu vaccine indicates that narcolepsy is only one side effect. Because it is a rare and visible sickness, narcolepsy is just the most difficult to deny. I have spoken to people who reported all kinds of side effects from vomitting to extreme sleepiness, andwhose doctors, who had given them the vaccine and perhaps feared legal action, refused to acknowledge a connection.
From the Irish Times
Independent TD Clare Daly has claimed a 14-year-old boy suffering from narcolepsy has been obstructed from seeking documents under discovery by State agencies.
She said narcolepsy was a lifelong debilitating disorder caused by the Pandemrix vaccination issued for swine flu in 2010.
Ms Daly told the Dáil the Health Service Executive (HSE) and the State Claims Agency (SCA) had gone into the High Court last week, “unnoticed and undocumented’’, to obstruct the boy and other sufferers seeking the documentation.
Ms Daly said the HSE and the SCA had said they would voluntarily disclose the documents in 2015.
“We need to be clear about the fact that the HSE decided to purchase Pandemrix and continued to distribute it even after it knew it was dangerous and untested and before most of the public in Ireland received it,’’ she added.
“It knew there was a sevenfold or eightfold risk of serious adverse effects in comparison with its sister drug and alternative vaccinations for which there were no adverse side effects.’’
Ms Daly said the Government was continuing to deny the requests of victims for discretionary medical cards and other benefits.
“I want to know why Ireland is the only country that does not operate a no-fault vaccine damage payment scheme,’’ she added.