jonrappoport.wordpress.com / By Jon Rappoport / March 6, 2013
Yesterday, I was scanning through medicalnewstoday.com, catching up on the wacky and highly dangerous world of medicine.
What caught my attention were the story headlines themselves. In the news biz, everything depends on those headlines and what they mean, imply, suggest. They’re magnets.
So take a trip with me through one day of the magnetic field.
First, let’s get a few OOPS headlines out of the way:
“Common Cancer Vaccine Ingredient Diverts T-cells From Tumors”
Shelf Life of Blood Nearer 3 Than 6 Weeks”
“One-Third of Doctors Miss Electronic Test Results”
These headlines should be rewritten and blasted across the front pages of newspapers and jammed into the top spots on the evening television news. But no. They aren’t. They might disturb the sleeping masses.
GIGANTIC CANCER VACCINE SCREW-UP
ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO GET A BLOOD TRANSFUSION?
DOCTORS ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL…AGAIN
The common cancer vaccine ingredient referred to in the first headline is mineral oil. It’s used in experimental cancer vaccines being tested on animals. Seems the T-cells in the body, stimulated by the vaccine, fail to attack the cancer tumors. Instead, they attack the injection site. Where the vaccine was jabbed. Oops.
The T-cells are attacking the mineral oil!
You mean, all these studies of cancer vaccines, for all these years, were goofing on a monumental stupidity? The immune systems of all these mice were turning around and attacking the hole where the vaccine went in? Yes, the T-cells, in fact, were attracted to the mineral oil. Wonderful. And for a bonus, the result was infection. Good work. Splendid work.