Saturday, May 30, 2009


I just got thre first of many anthrax shots. They suck. Apparently some new law authorizes the government to do this.


bec said...

that's really nuts. what other stuff do you have to get? and do you know yet when you leave?

GotchaLookin said...

Please legally avoid further injections of the BioThrax anthrax vaccine by reporting pre-existing conditions such as an allergy to latex - which is used to seal each vial of BioThrax. Other pre-existing conditions include recent illnesses that can elevate your immune system activity, demonstrated by aches, fever, rash, or cold. Moreover, a report of a pre-existing immune system disorder - such as rheumatoid arthritis, tendonitis, shingles, or eczema - should prevent the order from being carried out on your person.

You should not proceed with the next human anthrax vaccine shot if you had any adverse reactions to the shot, such as prolonged muscle ache, sudden drop in blood pressure, ringing in the ears, double vision, unexplained fatigue or lethargy, depression symptoms, suicidal thoughts, skin rash, colitis, etc. Adverse reactions for women include severe amenorrhea, which can lead to death from loss of blood.

These are indications that your immune system has been subverted to create Immunoglobulin gamma (IgG) antibodies which are sequestering the Furin activation protein.

If symptoms persist, see an immunologist to be tested for an anti-nuclear antibody flare-up. This condition may last only for a few weeks, but must be recorded to receive proper future treatment. The flare-up occurs because regulator T-cells, which mop-up anti-nuclear antibodies, are not activating due to lack of Furin.

Immuno-suppresant drugs may alleviate symptoms by restricting antibody production.

If lymphoma, thyroid cancer, or skin cancer ensues, your doctor's may consider chemotherapy and radiation therapy followed by bone marrow stem cell transplant to clear your immune system of subverted memory B-cells which are producing the defective IgG.

Under no circumstances, should anyone accept the BioThrax anthrax vaccine if they are a woman of child-bearing age, a child, or elderly.

Furin-sequestering Immunoglobulin gamma (IgG) will deactivate transforming growth factor beta-1 in fetuses, children, and especially in the elderly, where TGF beta-1 is lower due to age. Severe birth defects have been reported by the US, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Israeli Defense Forces after the BioThrax anthrax vaccine was given to women who then became pregnant after receiving an injection of BioThrax. Elderly are likely to develop chronic to severe tendonitis and/or tendon rupture after receiving the BioThrax anthrax vaccine if Furin-sequestering IgG develops.

The direct order was signed by Bill Clinton in 1997 and is Executive Order 13139. The EO was issued when it came to light that the Reagan Administration had approved the release of anthrax bioweapon technology to Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War in a calculated attempt to counter-balance the Iran-Contra Affaire release of Stinger missile technology to Iran.

Currently, in Congress, HR 1478 is in Committee. Titled the Carmelo Rodriguez Memorial Bill, it restores the right to sue the US government for compensation of injuries and costs due to military health care. Carmelo Rodriguez died of skin cancer which was misdiagnosed while he was assigned to Iraq.

Please write your Congressmen to support HR 1478.

For more information, ask your theater manager to show Scott Miller's "A CALL TO ARMS 2009 EDITION." View the YouTube Trailer here.

Anonymous said...

I will be around for about 6 more weeks. The Army claims it still owes me shots. I got the one for Typhoid last month. (That still exists?)

bec said...

you okay?