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Uploaded on Aug 23, 2009

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Douglas Powell reveals Antigen Express Inc's rapidly created synthetic peptide vaccines at International Swine Flu Conference 20 Aug 2009.

How Fast Could a Swine Flu Vaccine Be Produced? rather, Do we really want vaccine?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpYYwk...
The Russian Roulette Vaccine

http://www.youtube.com/user/91177info

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FH2ni...
International Swine Flu Conference in DC News

http://www.fightbackh1n1.com/

Vaccines are death; a few ignorant people could risk the world.

WARNING!!! It appears synthetic chemicals will also be used to create vaccines. Be fearless and govern yourself accordingly.

"Virus is a cancer carrier"
Science Newsletter 06Jan1962

It is hoped that large scale rapid chemical synthesis will result in billions of flexible doses of swine flu vaccine. Corporate members may have to eat unsold doses.

That inoculations cause tumors, inflammation, and mutations is known by Mar 23, 1936
http://www.time.com/time/magazine
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Search Medicine: Virus Diseases

Rockefeller interest in "seed-mixing" vaccines near the turn of the 20th century is demonstrated through Rockefeller Institute's Journal of Experimental Medicine Feb 21, 1938
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would you inject fly saliva into your body? your baby?

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