Soldier’s warning about vaccine effects

Published by Natalie Walker

A former soldier who suffered Gulf War Syndrome as a result of anthrax injections is warning people about the use of the swine flu vaccine. Mike Kirkby, 38, of Dale Grove, Leigh, who served in the Gulf in 1991, has battled with the MOD and health authorities over how he contracted Gulf War Syndrome.

To increase his survival time during chemical warfare, he was given multiple shots of the Plague Vaccine, which he claims contains adjuvant squalene – the same additive that will be used in the new swine flu vaccine.

He endured seizures, vomiting and diarrhoea and was declared medically unfit. Read the full article

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