Danger of miscarriage from H1N1 vaccine

In my continuous research on the dangers of the H1N1 vaccine on pregnancy and babies, I came across the first testimonials of actual miscarriages from pregnant women after they took the vaccine.

Are they true?  I believe so.  The H1N1 vaccine along with the seasonal influenza vaccines are classified by the FDA as Category C.  Category C means that either studies in animals have revealed adverse effects on the fetus and there are no controlled studies in women or studies in women and animals are not available.  Common thread here: no one knows what are the  short and long-term effects of the swine flu vaccines on pregnancy and fetus, not even on adults for that matter.

If I use my common sense, injecting someone with  a vaccine that contains mercury or a live virus (I am wondering which one is worse),  formaldehyde, polysorbate 80 (associated with infertility), Nonylphenol ethoxylate (NPE) (a toxic cleaning agent), phenoxyethanol (antifreeze), polymixyn or neomycin ( both antibiotics. Neomycin is in the FDA pregnancy category D, which means that it is known to be harmful to fetuses) and a whole bunch of other toxic ingredients, will have a tragic effect.

Anything and everything a pregnant woman eats, drinks, breathes, and puts on her skin is absorbed in the blood stream and carried through the placenta.  It is then either deposited on the walls of the placenta or goes straight into the baby’s little organism.  You are literally poisoning a human being in a sac of toxic waste who is not able to fight back or do anything for that matter.

Furthermore, the immune system gets into high gear when the vaccine is injected in your body and that in itself is a danger of aborting the baby.

Here is an article from Dr Russell Blaylock on the vaccine dangers to pregnant women and young kids.

This is the link to the stories of tragedy from the H1N1 miscarriages.

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