Just today, I received an email encouraging me to get the flu vaccine, which resulted in me promptly unsubscribing from their newsletter.
In a post from November 4, The Organic Prepper (Daisy Luther) shares this tragic story, along with links to both a crowdfund for the little girl’s family and the mainstream media spin of this “unusual” case. In the same articles describing the post vaccine paralysis, they’re encouraging everyone to roll up their sleeve for the jab.
Those of you in California, Florida and Connecticut, please give your lawmakers an earful about this case and the Orwellian attempts to mandate vaccines for all children. (And adults, if BigPharma and their propagandists have their way.) How many children need to get polio in India, how many little girls need to become paralyzed, how many children need to develop autism, and how many teens need to die from Gardasil before people stand up to BigPharma thugs and their bought off political hacks?
Prayers and Reiki to this little girl and her family. May her health return, and if our corrupt justice system continues to exempt BigPharma et. al. from prosecution for crimes against humanity, then may Poetic Justice do the job, and soon. Anyway, here’s Daisy’s post, below:
In what the medical system is treating as a mystery, a 4th-grade student in Texas has suddenly become paralyzed, incontinent, and is losing her vision. Formerly a perfectly healthy child, 9 year old Breanna Browning has been a frequent flyer in the emergency room over the past few weeks.
The potential triggering event? On October 15th, she was given the flu shot at school.
Her mother, Brenda Faulk, said, “Eight hours later she was profusely vomiting and again Friday morning. Saturday, she was paralyzed from the waist down, blind and seemed like she had a seizure.”
The doctors claim to be stymied, but have finally provided the family with a diagnosis: Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM). The National Institute of Health says, “Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is characterized by a brief but widespread attack of inflammation in the brain and spinal cord that damages myelin – the protective covering of nerve fibers.”
While no medical personnel have confirmed the cause of Breanna’s ADEM, the causes listed by the NIH are as follows:
ADEM often follows viral or bacterial infections, or less often, vaccination for measles, mumps, or rubella.
Breanna is not expected to make a full recovery. On a GoFundMe page set up for the family, her aunt wrote:
Breanna received a Flu vaccine Thursday October 15th 2015. This vaccine attacked her body to the point that she was transported by Ambulance to John Sealy Hospital in Galveston, Texas Saturday October 17th in critical condition.
ADEM has attacked 2 areas of her spinal cord, brain and neurological system. This has left Breanna paralyzed from the waist down, poor vision/blindness, & incontinence. She remains in Pediatric ICU.
This will require Breanna to be in a very extensive Rehabilitation Therapy. Doctors say her recovery could take up to one year and will not completely recover. Her Dad & Mom were also told, that this disease will more than likely attack again…. Several test were ran and her white blood count was/is very high. Her MRI was confirmed that it is definitely ADEM
This little girl was full of life and very active. And just to think that a simple vaccination that is required did this to her.
This family will suffer enormous medical costs and will probably never get confirmation from the system that the shot Breanna was required to receive is what caused the little girl to become paralyzed, partially blind, and incontinent. If you are in a position to help, go HERE to make a donation.
But you’re still advised to get a flu shot
In a stroke of incredible audacity, articles in the mainstream media about Breanna’s case still strongly recommend that people be sure to get their flu shots. That’s right. In the same article about a child who was “mysteriously” paralyzed after the flu shot, the media and medical system collude to tell you it’s perfectly safe. If you believe that it’s perfectly safe, you need to go back and reread the story about what happened to this child.
Here’s some of the doubletalk.
Annual flu shots are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for anyone over the age of 6-months. The only people who should not receive a shot are those with egg allergies or who have had adverse reactions before.
Dr. Umair Shah advises that flu shots are usually extremely safe. Although reactions do happen, they are usually mild.
“There are a lot of myths that are out there,” the Executive Director of Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services stated to KTRK.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends people over the age of 6 months get a flu shot every year. Only those with egg allergies or who have had a previous reaction should not.
“There are a lot of myths that are out there,” said Dr. Umair Shah, the Executive Director of Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services.
He says flu shots are extremely safe. There can be reactions but he stresses they are mostly mild.
“There are some cases, very rare, that a flu shot has a more severe reaction and those reactions are minor in terms of the number of people who are going to get those,” Shah added.
Dr. Umair Shah, the executive director of Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services, has not treated Brianna, but says flu shots are extremely safe and encourages those over 6 months to get the vaccine. Reactions can occur, but they are mostly mild. There have been cases of more severe reactions, but those are rare.
How does this guy even have a license? How can someone see stories like this (which the medical system refuses to confirm) and think getting their child injected is worth the risk?
This isn’t a tiny bit of discomfort we’re talking about.
This little girl is paralyzed from the waist down. She’s incontinent. She’s partially blind. And before the shot, she was fine.
But…Isn’t the Shot the Best Way to Prevent Catching the Flu?
You will hear in about 10,971 variations that “The best way to prevent catching the flu is to receive your annual flu shot.”
This is actually untrue. In fact, last year, the CDC admitted that it hardly worked.
Influenza viral characterization data indicates that 48% of the influenza A (H3N2) viruses collected and analyzed in the United States from October 1 through November 22, 2014 were antigenically “like” the 2014-2015 influenza A (H3N2) vaccine component, but that 52% were antigenically different (drifted) from the H3N2 vaccine virus . In past seasons during which predominant circulating influenza viruses have been antigenically drifted, decreased vaccine effectiveness has been observed. However, vaccination has been found to provide some protection against drifted viruses. Though reduced, this cross-protection might reduce the likelihood of severe outcomes such as hospitalization and death. In addition, vaccination will offer protection against circulating influenza strains that have not undergone significant antigenic drift from the vaccine viruses (such as influenza A (H1N1) and B viruses). (source)
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