i refuse to be an H1N1 guinea pig

@mama_bear (1124)
Canada
October 26, 2009 5:51pm CST
i further refuse to be a part of a government experiment. they say that we should all have the flu shot, but no thank you i shall take my chances with my own immune system. who knows what they might be putting into my body. it could be pretty much anything, it is not like i have bio-chemical knowledge and will be able to discern the chemical composition of whatever it is that is contained in the flu shot. it could be pretty much anything. it could be something that they are trying on the populous to see the effects of it before they use it to make supersoldiers or whatever. before anyone thinks that i am a conspiracy nut, please stop to consider where this H1N1 came from, surely it did not just manifest on its own, it was probably an experiment, to see how it would work as a biological weapon, i am just saying consider it. not only that, but is it not said that the flu mutates the moment you pass it onto anyone else? i have also heard horror stories about that shot too, not only that, but those that had the flu shot last year are suffering this year with the swine flu, they have been harder hit than their non-vaccinated counterparts. so to reiterate, i shall not be getting the shot, i fear for my life. so i will take the chance and see what happens, because if i do decide to have the shot this year, next year when there is a worse strain of the flu, then i shall be that much harder hit. i have not been having any flu shots for the last few years, well since ever, and i seem to be doing just fine. i will not let my hand be forced by the general hysteria and the powers that be telling me that it is a good idea to have to shot.
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8 responses
27 Oct 09
Yeah i don't get flu jabs at all anymore anyways because i've hear so many bad things about them and also they make you feel ill for a couple of days anyway and who would want that? and for them to be effective you need to get them every year JUST IN CASE you get the flu..
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
29 Oct 09
yeah i'll pass i got pretty sick last winter, and well i have been in tip top shape since those anti-bodies kicked in.
• Chile
27 Oct 09
I think that a flu shot is a fine idea, it just isn't for me. I don't think the flu is serious enough to constitute me getting a shot, but I think the government is there to prepare for the worst scenario.
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
29 Oct 09
well i am quite sure that this whole situation is their fault, and i fully expect them to fix it, whatever happened to the bird flu i wonder, i remember that that caused quite the stir too in its time.
@minnieb (32)
• United States
27 Oct 09
I agree!!! They want us to spend our money on this "vaccine" that doctors wont even take because they dont know the full side affects of it yet. I have never had a flu shot before, and I have survived many years without one. I refuse to let them manipulate me into thinking I'm going to die without one.
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
29 Oct 09
exactly, besides, if all those other people are taking it, then surely it will soon be abolished, and i will not need the vacine, right....?
@solson (406)
27 Oct 09
ITs not going to kill you just take it it will help you stop being so scared
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
29 Oct 09
oh i am not scared and no i would rather not be poisoned thank you.
@ybong007 (6659)
• Philippines
27 Oct 09
I always believe that your best defense is your immune system. If you take good care of body it will take care of itself, with or without flu shots. Cheers!
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
29 Oct 09
that is oh so true, taking care of oneself from the word go is the best defence.
@mommyboo (13198)
• United States
27 Oct 09
I am not interested in getting a swine flu shot. I have not gotten my regular flu shot yet but I plan to. I recently saw some videos of the girl who now suffers from dystonia because of complications or reactions to the flu shot she received. While that is horrible, I do not believe that I would be affected by something that rare. I never considered the government conspiracy angle, to be honest I don't really think that's what's going on, but that doesn't mean I want to be a guinea pig either. The last time there was a huge outbreak of some mutant strain of flu, the VACCINE that was created ended up killing more people than the FLU did! No kidding it is not ready for general consumption, and there has not been enough testing to claim it is SAFE for use in humans! I have gotten a normal flu shot yearly since I was pregnant - so it has been 6 years. I have actually not suffered from a horrible flu at all, I have gotten it once or twice but it was a mild case that didn't include a week or longer of puking and aching and fever and chills. I know everybody has a different experience but based on mine, I see no reason to discontinue an ordinary flu shot, since I don't seem to get sick when I have the shot - but some people get sick after they get a flu shot every year. I would say if that's what happens, DO NOT get one. I don't like the generalized paranoia and hysteria either. I don't believe in it, the people who are going nuts are just crazy, and I avoid crazies. I will do what I do, based on my own personal reasons, and that's the end of the discussion. If someone forced me to inject something I didn't want into MY body, I would dump a lawsuit on them immediately.
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
29 Oct 09
i have never had a flu shot before and i am not going to start now. having any kind of shot like that, makes one more susceptable to the next strain of flu. i am just going to count on my body doing what it needs to to keep me well. i am taking my vitamins, eating healthy, and i carry my hand sanitizer wherever i go.
@dlr297 (5384)
• United States
27 Oct 09
Hello, you made the same decision that i did no shot for me, or my husband. and i just read in another post that the President and his young children are not getting one either. So why should anyone else be getting it. if he thought that this flue was BAD you would think that he would want his own children to be one of the first to be protected.
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
29 Oct 09
exactly, what is up with that, the surgeon general is recommending that we all get the shot. my fear is that they will make the shot mandatory. i do not fear for myself as, regardless of what they say they cannot force me to have it. i am more concerned about my niece who goes to daycare and junior kindergarten. that might be more of a problem.
@maezee (31945)
• United States
26 Oct 09
I have been somewhat suspicious about the H1N1 and flu vaccines - and therefore I have also strayed away from having them done. Not to sound like a conspiracy theorist (because I'm really not!) but there's just something a little.. fishy about that. So I agree with you; I'm most likely not going to change my mind and get the shot, either.
@mama_bear (1124)
• Canada
26 Oct 09
yeah i think you should just take your chance that your immune system would be up to the task. our bodies are built to stave off infection and the like.