Get off your high horse
I wish that the author of the letter “Coming soon to the elementary school in your neighborhood...” dated Nov. 4, would hop onto his venom-filled, mis-informed high horse and ride it off into the sunset for the sake of the more level-headed majority of your readers.
Why do you encourage H1N1 vaccination?
Who is giving your newspaper orders to deluge us with swine flu vaccination articles? Another one on the front page this week, 10 in the last five months. I guess too many people are unconcerned about such a mild flu, or maybe we’re finally all getting hip to what this vaccination campaign is really about. But somebody sure is pushing this hard. You even used pictures of the same kid getting two different types of injections in two consecutive articles (Oct. 14 and Oct. 20).
The public is aware that there is mercury, the most non-radioactive toxic element known to man, in these shots. And contrary to the false sound byte brainstormed at the Council on Foreign Relations conference, there is way, way more mercury in this shot than in a tuna fish sandwich (listen to how the CFR laughs about the idea of a shortage to spur demand).
Look, we know the vaccine is untested. We know it has toxic ingredients. We’ve seen the reports on formerly healthy people now relegated to a wheelchair. According to the vaccine’s own insert: paralysis, neurological damage, vasculitis, anaphylactic shock and death – to name but a few inconveniences along with all the symptoms of influenza itself – may await the unfortunate who accept this shot.
We know more people were injured or died in 1976 from this shot than the flu it tried to prevent.
All of this risk for what? A mild flu.
Thankfully we see that foreign health ministers, doctors, nurses, first-responders (75 percent of Chandler firefighters), and general populations (83 percent in France, 87 percent in Germany) everywhere are shunning this potential poison in droves.
We know this is a huge scam. And yet you are promoting it. Why?
Because Obama declared an H1N1 state of emergency? Who is asking you to run these stories?
Of course the real question is why such a toxic brew being thrust upon us by our own government?
Fortunate to live in Ahwatukee
How fortunate we are to live in Ahwatukee!
Recently, we held a meeting in our community room at our fire station on Chandler Boulevard. The opportunity to have a meeting place nearby gives us added appreciation for where we live. My letter is just to let our community know they have this local facility for their use. Our fire chief is very cooperative and can help you with scheduling a date and time.
Jane E. Milburn