New Mass Vaccine Propaganda – Jane Burgermeister

Hundreds of reports have appeared in the mainstream media in the past couple of days hyping the danger of a new bio-engineered bird flu virus which is transmissible between humans as the Globalists try to condition humanity to accept a new pandemic emergency and a mass vaccination campaign with a toxic pandemic jab.

Yet again, the people of the world are facing the monolithic threat of a mass vaccination campaign with a pandemic vaccine now proven beyond a doubt to cause harm.

In 2011, the danger of a new pandemic emergency declaration was increased when Big Pharma was allowed to get significant control of the WHO pandemic virus warning system.

In a clear conflict of interest, Big Pharma is now in a perfect position to hype a new virus and also call for speedy vaccinations which the drugs companies also stand to profit the most from.

In 2009, Baxter created a similar type of deadly bioweapon when it contaminated 72 kilos of the transmissible seasonal flu with the deadly bird flu virus in its bio-security level 3 facilities in Orth an der Donau and sent it to 16 labs in four countries. A police investigation was halted in September 2009 just before a mass pandemic vaccination campaign with a vaccine now confirmed by the governments of Ireland, Sweden, Finland and Norway to have caused narcolepsy.

The way Big Pharma used its financial clout to influence WHO to declare a pandemic emergency level 6 in 2009 has been well documented.

In spite of the scandal, the world is facing the same national pandemic plans. Once more we are facing forced vaccination with the same toxic jab and quarantine.

The mainstream media and the false flag alternative media led by Alex Jones are once more hyping the new super virus as a killer and downplaying the vaccine danger.

The new bird flu virus is no killer.

From Jane Bürgermeister’s blog:

74 Comments on "New Mass Vaccine Propaganda – Jane Burgermeister"

  1. OK tin foil hat wearers.  Time to accept facts.  Vaccination has been without a doubt one of the top technological achievements we have made.  We essentially removed from the planet fucking polio and smallpox for chrissakes.  

    • I Hate Needles | Jun 27, 2012 at 9:59 pm |

      It appears that you might have to do a bit more research on this topic.Look into what they are pumping new born babies with, hardly a conspiracy.

      • And have been since the 50’s so where are the diseases they’ve been immunizing against?  And that is precisely the reason why we immunize.

    • On one hand I agree with you, vaccination can and has been an outstanding achievement in biomedical technology.

      I have personally paid cash money, out of pocket, for specific vaccines so I’m not some sort of anti-vaccine nutter.

      However, at an absolute minimum vaccines are a medical intervention and there is always some risk associated with any medical intervention. Yet vaccine advocates consistently downplay this matter.

      Now, if we look at vaccines in actual implementation, we find all sorts of nonsense going on with the growing media on which they’re developed, the preservatives used in them (thimerosal), the adjuvants that are administered in combination, the frequency and doesages given to small children, the long term health effects on anti-body mediated immune overresponse (asthma), and more, all of which have been vigorously denied at one point or the other by vaccine makers, doctors, or governments.

      Hard to blame people for being suspicious about a subject when they’ve been constantly lied to about the risks associated with it.

      • Plenty with horribly ill and permanent side-effects from the last batch of “bird-flu” vaccines. Or was swine flu? I haven’t been sick in years, so I would have a hard time remembering… Nervous system breakdown in all sorts of flavors is hardly a worthwhile gamble to avoid getting sick for a while.

        On the other hand polio and all the jazz is true, I know a girl who’s young daughter she swears up and down was saved by the swine flu vaccine. The problem nowadays is that all sorts of companies are making them for profit, using disgusting ingredients, with dangerous carriers. One batch of millions of doses they decided to test on animals before release, killed all the animals, so they canceled it last minute

        The idea of a vaccine in itself is not a horrible thing. The modern concoctions being thrown together to make money off of man-made diseases is a horrible thing, and no one should ever stick any sort of needle into their body unless they’ve done their research.

        Plenty of good doctors and chemists the world over; likewise plenty of idiots that could care less if you die or are permanently debiltated as long as they can make a few more bucks. And all tin-foil talk aside, there are people trying to kill you and the rest of us, it’s just not an easy thing to do.

        • The trick is learning enough to discern on our own what is good for us and our children and what is irresponsible, unnecessary, or downright poisonous.

          But the connections this woman in the video starts trying to make between vaccinations and narcolepsy in 18-25 year olds is ridiculous.  Idiopathic narcolepsy is as easy a diagnosis to get as going in to your doctor and complaining that you fall asleep at work too often.  I know this because that’s what happened to me at precisely that age range, and I was and am definitely not narcoleptic  I was fucking bored out of my skull, that’s why I was falling asleep.

          • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 1:35 pm |

            So let me get this straight.  50,000 Germans must be wrong, and the symptoms they are plagued with are waved away because you from afar have compared it to your own boredom at work? 

            This coupled with the fact you won’t even consider information that displaces your ignorant assumptions makes you essentially the prototypical parrot for propaganda.  Again go get as many shots as you like,  just leave everyone else to make their own decisions regarding their bodies.  After all if you are so sure you are protected, why be fearful??  The best defense is not eugenicist hand me downs but a strong immune system, which vaccines are proven to compromise.

      • On the thimerosal , I have an older dog, which received a vaccine about a month ago. Now he has a mass celled tumor at the injection site. This is highly under reported..

        • I’m not exactly sure what the cause is, but both of my cats have the same thing. Tumor at a vaccination injection site.

          Additionally, my Dad’s cat just developed a tumor at an injection site that seems likely to be a fatal one. It’s larger than a hen’s egg at this point and still growing. The cat still gets around and seems happy, so he hasn’t been euthanized yet, but time grows short.

          A friend of mine (who is a veterinarian’s son) explained that cats frequently develop such tumors because cats have what can be considered a relatively depressed immune system. (I guess it doesn’t happen with dogs as much.)

          It is definitely under reported and under emphasized.

          • The thimerosal is apparently not great for cats, so from what I’ve read there is a thimerosal free vaccine available..Not sure about dogs..

      • I agree with everything you say.  I, myself, have not had a flu vaccine for years and have in fact the last time i actually caught the flu, back in 2001, was not too long after i had received a flu vaccination.  haven’t had a vaccination since then and i have not once had the flu since then.

        • Strangely I had the same experience, twice. I stopped getting flu shots after that.

          After I lost my beloved sister-in-law to Nigerian Strain Meningitis, I made damn sure I got the inoculation against that. Plus the standard Tetanus, Hep B, etc… 

          • But the doctors will tell us that’s only because we are lucky, and we are in fact by refusing to be immunized and convincing each other not to be immunized, that we are essentially creating the perfect environment for an epidemic once that virus comes into our community.

            Fortunately, because we are online, we cannot cough on one another and so we are safe here.

          • crazydevil | Jul 4, 2012 at 12:36 am |

            “we are safe here” .

            Yeah, come to think of it, that is precisely the first thought that enters my feeble conscious whenever I log into disinformation.

            I suggest t-shirts with the quote.

        • crazydevil | Jul 4, 2012 at 12:28 am |

          I am dumb. Even I know that you are stupid. “like a horse” who writes like this? 

      • makingmusicnotwar | Jul 1, 2012 at 6:43 am |

        Believe it or not, this was an actual excerpt from a BC government immunization website:

        Immunize B.C. website: (10/2011)Will multiple injections overwhelm my baby’s immune system? No, they won’t. Your baby has an amazing immune system — one that could handle thousands of vaccines, even if they were given at the same time.Did you know? Scientists have estimated that babies can respond to 10,000 shots at one time. At your baby’s two-month visit, your baby will receive three shots.

        A few months later the website had altered their response to the question regarding multiple injections. I guess they realized that even vaccine advocates wouldn’t fall for their outrageous claim.

        Immunize B.C. website: (02/2012)Will multiple injections overwhelm my baby’s immune system?No, they won’t. Your baby has an amazing immune system — babies come into contact with millions of germs every day and are able to repond to them. When babies are exposed to the small number of antigens in vaccines, the body is easily able to respond to these antigens. Just like contact with antigens in your environment, the antigens in vaccines cannot “use up or damage” your baby’s immune system. This is because the body is always making more and more immune system cells, to protect your baby from the millions of germs they contact every day. All vaccines do is ensure the immune system can fend off the most dangerous diseases. It’s just like when you give blood, your body quickly makes more. Scientists estimate that an infant’s immune system could respond to thousands of antigens, even if they were given at the same time.

        Is there any vaccine researcher out there willing to get jabbed 10,000 times in the interest of advancing science? I didn’t think so.

    • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 4:20 am |  
      Ummm you’re wrong.  It’s easy to repeat propaganda.  Here is homework.  See if you can actually make the time to refute anything there in and remember, attack the message, not the messenger.  Spanx!

      To summarize in broad terms, instead of resulting in prophylaxis, meaning prevention, all responses to vaccines actually fall under the broad umbrella of anaphylaxis, which means sensitisation, the OPPOSITE of immunization. In this extremely informative video, fifteen people, including Dr. Viera Scheibner (a PhD researcher), five medical doctors, other researchers, reveal what is really going on in relation to illness and vaccines. Ironically, the important facts come from the orthodox medicine’s own peer-reviewed research.With so much government and medical promotion of vaccination for prevention of disease, the video is clearly devoted to presenting the other side of the issue that parents and others are not being told. The result is a damning account of the ineffectiveness of vaccines and their often harmful effects. It declares that parents are not being told the truth by the media, the Health Department and the medical establishment, with a medical doctor, Dr. Mark Donohoe, confessing that “It is a problem for me that I am part of a profession that is systematically lying to people…”The video presents well documented answers to questions like: Was it really vaccines that saved us? Why are they only counterproductive? How are many statistics misleading? What do vaccines contain? What are they doing to our organs, immune systems, even our genes? Are childhood diseases really dangerous to healthy children? Why does vaccination continue? What are our rights? Can vaccine damage be evaluated and countered? What is the true key to immunity?The video raises the fundamental question of whether we should be trying to prevent childhood diseases anyway, in that they contribute to the development of a healthy immune system. If what the video says is true, why is vaccination pushed so heavily by the government authorities? (Excerpt from

      • Polio vaccine causes polio?  Oh give me a break and get real. I won’t even indulge watching one second of that twaddle.  Go look at third world countries where the people are too poor for the vaccine and look at developed countries and report back. 

        • No really, it did.

          I don’t have time to explain right now, but it did happen because they use a live attenuated virus instead of a killed virus and the thing mutated back to being a pathogen.

          • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 1:37 pm |

            Thank you Zenc.  Now Pb, I advise you roll the dice and ignore all the information supporting you may end up like this poor girl, as it’s probably the only way people like you will ever get it.  
            She took the Swine Flu shot.  If only she had known she was more likely to die from furniture, lightning or spontaneous combustion, she may never have submitted to such a despicable hazard.


            I’m so sorry… But it had to be done.

        • Ok, I had time to dig this out of my archive.

          Hopefully that will save you some time having to dig the story up  yourself.

          What the story really means is, of course, open to personal interpretation.

    • Auto5734955 | Jun 28, 2012 at 8:49 am |

      Pb, Did your mother raise any children that weren’t as dumb as a bag of door knobs?  Polio and Smallpox (for chrissakes) were cured before the criminals took over.  They were cured before the idea of “treatment” for diseases.  They were cured before the idea, that if you simply treat the symptoms and not cure the disease you have a steady customer for life.  Wake up and get a clue.

      • And all these people refusing to immunize their children are creating ripe conditions for an epidemic plague.

        Fuck it, though.  That’s how nature works, right.

        • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 1:41 pm |

          That is bullshit.  What created plague in the past was atrocious living conditions and sanitation.  Now it is weaponized bird flu/swine flu hybrids whose ingredients are released publicly in the name of “science” and preventing “terrorism” which to me seems like a recipe for premeditated disaster.   You should actually study the subject if you are going to proselytize for everyone to get shot up.  Again you are free to take as many vaccines as you like, but don’t expect us not to call out your bullshit.   Baxter pharmaceutical is the most likely cause of the plague and the fear you are invoking.  Here again, do your homework.

    • makingmusicnotwar | Jul 1, 2012 at 6:24 am |

      You need to do a little more homework on the history of vaccines before you castigate the anti-vaccine proponents. 

      Vaccines don’t cure disease and never will. Historical data shows that most viral outbreaks were already in decline when vaccines were introduced. It’s easy then for the medical industry to attribute the downturn to vaccines.In 1959 the Dominion Council of Health altered the way in which apparent cases of poliomyelitis were reported. All non-paralytic cases of poliomyelitis were to be henceforth recorded as “meningitis, viral or aseptic,” a disease which itself only became reportable in 1952. Along with other changes, this effectively reduced the apparent incidence of polio. According to the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) there are 30,000 to 50,000 cases of aseptic meningitis every year in the United States. That’s where all the cases of polio “disappeared.””Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: The Hidden Polio Epidemic” – Dr. William Campbell Douglas”An Overview On The Polio Vaccine” – Mary Tocco (News With Views)”Little Known Facts About Poliomyelitis Vaccinations” – Dr. Viera Scheibner “Polio Vaccination Media Stories” – Whale ”Dr. Thomas Francis did not mention in his key evaluation of the 1954 Salk field trials that those who contracted polio after their first innoculation and before their second innoculation were placed in the ‘not-innoculated’ list.” – M. Beddow Bayly M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (1939)  “Live virus vaccines against influenza or poliomyelitis may in each instance produce the disease it intended to prevent. The live virus against measles and mumps may produce such side effects as encephalitis (brain damage).” – Jonas and Darrell Salk, 1977″I once believed in Jenner, Pasteur and vaccination, but I changed my views as the result of hard thinking.” – Dr. Walter Hadwen, Gold Medalist in Medicine and in Surgery

      • Camron Wiltshire | Jul 1, 2012 at 7:02 pm |

        Thank you makingmusicnotwar.  I appreciate your participation in this deprogramming thread.  Thank you to deprogramming for getting the ball rolling.

      • Thank you for all this.

        Dissent in the scientific community is an important and necessary component of the scientific process.

        But a few dissenters, ought this compel me to disregard the vast amount of contrary scientific data on the subject?

        And, also, beyond Polio.  What about Tuberculosis?  Typhoid?  Rubella?  Smallpox?  And all the others.

        FYI- I’m expecting my first child in November.  As I’ve stated before in this thread, I myself have neglected any sort of vaccinations for the past ten years or so and have been fit as a horse.  However, just because of this, I’ve got the deadly serious choice ahead of me of whether or not to vaccinate my first child, and against what, and judging the consequences if I don’t.

        Do I believe the vast majority of the professional medical science community, or the FUD on a handful of blogs and youtube videos?

        • Camron Wiltshire | Jul 2, 2012 at 2:16 pm |

    From one expecting parent to the next.  (Rob Schneider)

        • You are in a tough situation.

          It’s one thing to risk your own life and health based on on a “judgment call” and another thing entirely to gamble with the life and health of a child.

          If you go with the “Expert Opinion” you won’t be blamed if things go wrong. Whereas if you don’t and, bad things happen, you’ll never hear the end of it. Some people care about such things as post-facto blame, others do not…

          If I were in your position I think I would hedge. I’d talk to my pediatrician about an “alternative” vaccine schedule. One where they break up and spread out the inoculations where possible.

          Most doctors have heard of such schedules, even if they haven’t implemented them or even endorse them.

          There is also a dedicated group of anti-vaxxers who host “Chicken Pox Parties” and the like in order to expose children to the actual disease. This might be more than you are looking for.

          Good Luck.

  2. Those that survive the bird-flu will begin to sprout wings, and we cannot have that, can we?

  3. Does anyone else think she’s the hottest thing since Alice Krige?

    • Calypso_1 | Jun 27, 2012 at 11:30 pm |

      Were you thinking sans hair and w/cyber implants?

      • Either way.

        There are some things you can do on the fly at home if the urge strikes.

        • Calypso_1 | Jun 27, 2012 at 11:42 pm |

          Shit, now I know to take your Caligula remark seriously.

          • Hahaha….


            My private photo album looks like something out of BME Extreme. In fact, some of the photos in BME Extreme were ones I submitted.

            The most fun I’ve had recently is temporary saline breast inflation. From (a post breast-feeding) B cup to a full and perky F cup in an hour and a half.


            I’m sure you can figure it out for yourself, but I’d be happy to provide details if you’d like. Great way to spend a Friday evening.

  4. Holy shit, Jenny McCarthy has really let herself go since she and Jim Carrey split up.

  5. In order to understand the history of the world you need to realize that everything is controlled by a cabal made up of secret elites. 

    The conspirators are sinister and their conspiracy began in ancient Babylon with the Rabbis. 

    The conspirators have been responsible for many events throughout history, including the war in Iraq. 

    Today, members of the conspiracy are everywhere. They can be identified only by members of the LaRouche group. 

    The conspirators have help from powerful elite neoconservatives, Zionists, and homosexuals, and the conspiracy benefits undeserving members of the British royal family; at the expense of the Platonic golden souls. 

    The conspirators want to asassinate Lyndon LaRouche, and round up and restrain resisters in the basement of a bar in Greenwich Village. They are using fans of Aristotle to establish a fascist regime. 

    In order to prepare for this, we all must read everything written by Lyndon LaRouche. All of this was revealed years ago in Executive Intelligence Review. Since the media is controlled by Henry Kissinger and Jimmy Carter you should get your information only from the LaRouche Network.

    • Calypso_1 | Jun 27, 2012 at 11:36 pm |

      I have been very worried about these Ancient Iraqis with the Rabies thank you for this information. 

      • You can thank some conspiracy generator i found somewhere.

        •  What’s amazing about that contribution is that it reads like it was copied and pasted, verbatim, from LaRouche’s actual literature.

          • I think it may have been. I’m not even going to pretend I know or care about that madman.

          •  You can just sort of skirt the edge of the rabbit hole instead of diving right in by checking out the man’s wikipedia entry.  He’s a scream.

          • Calypso_1 | Jun 28, 2012 at 3:07 pm |

            I hope Mormon Jesus gives LaRouche his own Honorary planet.

          • Thank you for pointing me in that direction. You are not lying. Everything this man says is hilarious.

    • ah,
      you’re not buying that plants have consciousness
      but you’re buying into this?
      tongue in cheek?
      the plants are giggling

    • zombieslapper | Jun 28, 2012 at 4:11 am |

       “The conspirators have help from powerful elite neoconservatives, Zionists, and homosexuals”

      He’s here all week, folks! Be sure to tip your waitress.

  6. Calypso_1 | Jun 27, 2012 at 11:26 pm |

    I’ve had the vaccine without the slightest bit of ill effect. Maybe they give us the good batch.

    • “Maybe they give us the good batch.”  The correct English is ‘gave’ (past tense).   Are you sure you’re feeling alright?  There’s a pill for that you know.

      • Calypso_1 | Jun 28, 2012 at 10:43 am |

        Vaccinations are a continual part of my profession, several a year, including the pandemic vaccines (yes plural, there are more than you know about) which are both annual and incidental.  Since you may be unaware of the ability to combine pre-recent and indefinite future tenses in southern vernacular I will translate into the more limited syntactical mindscape of the grammar Nazi:  they are giving [present progressive]. 
        Please be aware that we vaccine Nazis, should any of these conspiracy theories be correct, are well equipped in to use shibboleths and will be happy to move y’all to the front of the line.  Oh, and if you run, we have tranq guns.

        • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 1:46 pm |

          How Nazi of you to say so.

          What do you think of this Lypso? 

          Information about the presenter.
          Teresa Forcades My name is Teresa Forcades i Villa. I’m a Benedictine nun at Sant Benet of Montserrat’s monastery. Before joining the monastery I practiced medicine for several years. I’m a physician specialized in internal medicine, and I have a PHD in Public Health at Barcelona’s University. I carried out the specialization in the USA, at the State University of NY.

          • Calypso_1 | Jun 28, 2012 at 2:04 pm |

            If injectable sense of humor becomes available I’ll try to get you to the front of the line.

          • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 2:21 pm |

            Take your own medicine, sorry jokes about forcibly injecting people while describing yourself as a Nazi, is a freudian admission more than a humorous utterance in my book.

            Have you done your homework Lypso are are you opting out because you can’t deal with the cognitive dissonance? 
            Remember attack the message (if you can) not the messenger.

          • Calypso_1 | Jun 28, 2012 at 3:01 pm |

            My homework is way above your pay grade Mr. Wiltshire.  Dissonance is merely a sea of self-entwined, encrypted harmonies from which the immersive perceiver can discover truths too bitter for those capable of only formative thought processes.  There is no message if you become the receiver.  All attacks are personal.  Mano a mano. Don’t pretend otherwise.

          • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 5:07 pm |

            Appeal to credentials/snobbery much?  So you’re too mightily ‘aware’ to question your own hallowed/hollow assumptions is it? 

            To correct your newspeak again.
            It’s not mano a mano because you are an anonymous troll so please don’t presume to stand mightier than you are in this regard either. 

            Red herrings and misleading vividness aside, you are obviously incapable of defending your position in light of the evidence presented and have chosen the easy way out.  (which is a pattern for you in these circumstances I’ve noted.)  

            Again, take all the mercury, thimerosal and squalene you like all day, but don’t presume because your slavish occupation demands it from you to maintain your place, that everyone else must concede to your personal fictions and cognitive dissonance.

            If I’m wrong about your occupation, feel free to explain who you actually are and what you actually do, you know, mano a mano.

          • Calypso_1 | Jun 28, 2012 at 5:15 pm |

            What position?  I’ve adopted no position. 

      • Are you supposed to be funny? Your breath reeks of semen and I find that hilarious. Try again cock sucker.

  7. I think the greatest weakness of the Vaxxer conspiracy nuts is the enormous amounts of drugs they willingly subject themselves to. They’re afraid of a Flu vaccine, but will happily shoot up on Heroin? Cocaine, but no Whooping Cough vaccine? I hate to play Devil’s advocate here, but anti-vaxxers are mouth breathing retards, and it doesn’t take a genius to figure that out.

    They really need to get their priorities straight.

    • Misinformation | Jun 28, 2012 at 3:25 am |

       This is why I love disinfo. One need not worry about a topic getting discussed to seriously for too long or at all. Discussions are over as soon as the article hits page two.

      Long live the ad hominem!

      • I realize you’re angry that your mother drank while she was pregnant with you, but this is neither the time nor the place for your disruptive antics.

    •  I smell a troll >_?
      just because I’m capable of questioning the legitimacy of the idea that 100% of all vaccines are awesome and should be in everyone… I’m a heroin user? -_-

  8. Marklar_Prime | Jun 28, 2012 at 1:49 pm |

    The CDC recently claimed that 500,000 died of the swine flu epidemic in 2009, enough to litter the streets with corpses on a fairly  massive scale. We can trust them to be truthful and not scare monger to sell dangerous vaccines though can’t we.

    • Camron Wiltshire | Jun 28, 2012 at 2:18 pm |

      Thank you Marklar.  Reason wins again.

    • Calypso_1 | Jun 28, 2012 at 4:42 pm |

      The article you are citing makes a claim of ½ million by the CDC.  Implying this was a jump in domestic deaths over the original estimate of 18,500.   However the actual source article for the one you cited has the headline:  Swine flu likely claimed quarter of a million lives.  This study was from the Journal Lancet and was for world wide deaths.  The figure 250,000-500,000 was used to cite the average annual deaths from seasonal influenza and was from the World Health Organization.  
      According to WHO data there are around 153,400 deaths in the world per day.  I wonder where all those bodies go.

  9. MasterBlaster | Jun 30, 2012 at 10:13 am | A GOOD LINK FOR THE VIDEO – they took the old one down. Surprise surprise.

  10. Camron Wiltshire | Jun 30, 2012 at 3:40 pm |

     Via MasterBlaster:… A GOOD LINK FOR THE VIDEO – they took the old one down. Surprise surprise.

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