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WHO to tax your internet usage to fund vaccines in third-world countries

The UN, through its health department – World Health Organization (WHO) – the sponsors of last years Swine Flu hoax, now wish to tax all internet uses so that they can use that money to vaccinate the world. That sounds noble enough, except when you figure in two key parts of all of this: the vaccines are made and sold to governments and consumers by Big Pharmaceutical (Big Pharma for short) which are a group of rich people profiting by the poor people of this world being scared by the governments, who resell the vaccines at times. In this case, the rich are getting richer, and the burgeoning middle class is taxed back into the poor house, where they are less of a threat to the rich. And since the UN has no legal authority here, them imposing a tax on us is taxation without representation.  Also, the next problem is the ingredients that they put in the vaccines. I have provided a list of them after the article in which I have posted here. Ingredients such as Formaldehyde, live aborted fetal tissue, Hydrochloric Acid, Calf Skin, and Monkey Kidney Tissue to just name a few. Do you want all of this in you? Once it goes into you, it becomes part of you. Read both the article, and the list of vaccine ingredients, and then think about whether this vaccination process is really what they are making it out to be. Scott

WHO to tax your internet usage to fund vaccines in third-world countries

Thursday, June 24, 2010
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) The United Nations’ World Health Organization (WHO) is pushing hard to impose global consumer taxes to help fund its various programs, including a new proposal that would tax the internet in order to pay for vaccines and other pharmaceutical medicines for third-world countries. Yes, you read that right – WHO wants every person in the world to help pay for drugs that make Big Pharma even richer.

Consider it a reverse Robin Hood ploy: They’re stealing from the working class and giving to the ultra wealthy drug companies!

Of course this isn’t the first time the UN has petitioned governments around the world to illegally tax citizens in order to further its own agenda. This body of unelected officials tried to push “cap and trade” legislation for supposed climate change just last year (but failed to do so because many countries simply refused the idea).

In the current scheme, WHO appointed a so-called panel of “medical experts” to prepare a report highlighting various financing ideas that would fund all the projects WHO is trying to accomplish in the world. One of those ideas is to have governments tax internet usage in their countries and give the money to WHO for “medical research and development” in poorer, developing countries. (This is code-speak for unlawfully pouring billions of taxpayer dollars into the coffers of Big Pharma in the name of charity).

An executive summary of the report is available at:
(http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf…)

Read the Full Article Here

Vaccine Ingredients
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Excipient Use Vaccine
Aluminum Hydroxide Adjuvant Anthrax (BioThrax), DTaP (Certiva, Infanrix, Acel-Imune), DT (Massachusetts), Td (Massachusetts), Hib (PedvaxHib), Hib-Hepatitis B (Comvax), Hepatitis A (Havrix, Vaqta), Hepatitis B (Engerix-B, Recombivax- HB), Lyme disease (LymeRix), Human Papillomavirus (Gardasil)
Aluminum Phosphate Adjuvant DTaP (Acel-Immune), DtwP (Massachusetts, BioPort), DT (Wyeth-Lederle), Td (Massachusetts, Wyeth-Lederle), Pneumococcal (Prevnar), Rabies (BioRab), Human papillomavirus (Gardasil)
Aluminum Potassium Sulfate Adjuvant DtaP (Tripedia), DTwP (Aventis Pasteur), DT (Aventis Pasteur,), Td (Aventis Pasteur)
Amino Acids Growth medium Hepatitis A (Havrix), Typhoid oral (Vivotif)
Ammonium Sulfate Protein fractionation Hib (Act-HIB)
Amphotericin B Anti-bacterial Rabies
Ascorbic Acid Antioxidant Typhoid oral (Vivotif)
Bacto-peptone Growth medium Influenza (varies seasonally)
Beta-propiolactone Viral inactivator Influenza (Fluvirin), Rabies (Imovax, RabAvert)
Benzethonium Chloride Preservative Anthrax (BioThrax)
Bovine (of cow) albumin or serum Growth medium, protein stabilizer Hepatitis A (Havrix, Vaqta), Poliovirus attenuated (Orimune), Rabies (Imovax, RabAvert), Vaccinia (DryVax), Varicella (Varivax)
Brilliant Green Dye Vaccinia (DryVax)
Chlortetracycline Anti-bacterial Rabies (RabAvert), Vaccinia (DryVax)
DNA Manufacturing residue Hepatitis A (Vaqta)
Ethylenediamine-tetraacetic acid sodium (EDTA) Preservative Rabies (RabAvert), Varicella (Varivax)
Egg Protein Growth medium Influenza (all brands), Yellow fever (YF-Vax)
Fetuin (a bovine serum protein) Affinity ligand for chromatography DTaP (Certiva)
Formaldehyde, formalin Anti-microbial, preservative Anthrax (BioThrax), DTaP (all brands), DTwP (all brands), DtwP-Hib (Tetramune), Dt (all brands), Td (all brands), Hepatits A (Havrix, Vaqta), Hib (ActHIB), Influenza (Fluogen, FluShield, Fluzone), Japanese encephalitis (JE-Vax), Poliovirus inactivated (Ipol)
Gelatin Stabilizer in freeze-drying, solvent DtaP (Acel-Imune, Tripedia), Influenza (Fluzone), Japanese encephalitis (JE-Vax), Measles (Attenuvax), Mumps (Mumpsvax), Rubella (Meruvax II), MMR (MMR-II), Rabies (RabAvert), Typhoid oral (Vivotif), Varicella (Varivax), Yellow fever (YF-Vax)
Gentamicin Anti-bacterial Influenza (FluShield)
Glycerin Solvent Vaccinia (DryVax)
Glycine Protein stabilizer DTaP (Acel-Imune), DtwP-Hib (Tetramune), DT (most brands), Td (most brands)
Human serum albumin Growth medium Rabies (Imovax)
Hydrochloric Acid Adjust pH DTaP (most brands), DT (most brands)
Hydrogen Peroxide Toxin detoxifier DTaP (Certiva)
Kanamycin Anti-bacterial Lyme disease (LymeRix)
Lactose Stabilizer in freeze-drying, filling BCG (Tice), Hib (some packages), Meningococcal (Menomune), Typhoid oral (Vivotif)
Magnesium stearate Lubricant for capsule filling Typoid oral (Vivotif)
Monosodium glutamate (MSG) Stabilizer Varicella (Varivax)
Mouse Serum Protein Growth medium Japanese encephalitis (JE-Vax)
MRC-5 cellular protein (live aborted fetal tissue) Growth medium Hapetatis A (Havrix, Vaqta), Rabies (Imovax, RabAvert), Varicella (Varivax, Zostavax)
Neomycin Anti-bacterial Influenza (Fluvirin), Measles (Attenuvax), Mumps (Mumpsvax), Rubella (Meruvax II), MMR (MMR-II), Poliovirus attenuated (Oimune), Poliovirus inactivated (Ipol), Rabies (Imovax RabAvert), Vaccinia (DyVax), Varicella (Varivax)
Ovalbumin Growth medium Rabies (RabAvert)
Phenol Preservative, anti-bacterial Pneumococcal (Pneumovax-23), Typhoid inactivated (Typhim Vi), Vaccinia (DryVax)
Phenol red (phenolsulfonphthalein) pH indicator, dye Poliovirus attenuated (Orimune), Rabies (Imovax)
2-Phenoxyethanol Preservative DTaP (Infanrix), Hepatitis A (Havrix), Lyme disease (LymeRix), Poliovirus inactivated (Ipol)
Phosphate buffers (eg, disodium, monosodium, potassium, sodium dihydrogen phosphate) Adjust pH DtaP (all brands), DT (most brands), Hib (Act-Hib, Hepatitis A (Havrix), Hepatitis B (Engerix-B), Lyme disease (LymeRix), Poliovirus inactivated (Ipol), Rabies (BioRab), Typhoid inactivated (Typhim Vi), Varicella (Varivax)
Polydimethylsilozone Anti-foaming agent Tyhpoid inactivated (Tyhim Vi)
Polyethylen glycol p-isooctylphynyl ether (Triton X-100) Nomionic surfactant (viral inactivation) Influenza (Fluzone)
Polymyxin B Anti-bacterial influenza (Fluvirin), Poliovirus inactivated (Ipol), Vaccinia (DryVax)
Polyoxyethylene 9-10 nonyl phenol (Triton N-101, OCTOXYNOL 9) Nonionic surfactant (viral inactivation) Influenza (Fluvirin)
Polysorbate 20 Surfactant Hepatitis A (Havrix)
Polysorbate 80 Surfactant DTaP (Acel-Imune, Infanrix, Tripedia), Influenza (Fluogen), Human Papillomavirus (Gardasil)
Potassium Glutamate Stabilizer Rabies (RabAvert)
Silicon Anti-foaming agent Lume disease (LymeRix)
Sodium Acetate Adjust pH DT (some brands), Td (some brands)
Sodium Borate Adjust pH Hepatitis A (Vaqta), Hib-Hepatitis B (Comvax), Human papillomavirus (Gardasil)
Sodium Chloride Adjust tonicity Most vaccines, including Anthrax, BCG, Cholera, DTaP, DTwP, DtwP-Hib, DT, Td, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hib, Influenza, Lyme disease, Pneumococcal, Polio inactivated, Rabies, Typhoid inactivated, Varicella, Yellow fever, Human papillomavirus (Gardasil)
Sodium hydroxide Adjust pH DT (most brands), Td (most brands)
Sorbitol Stabilizer, solvent Measles (Attenuvax), Mumps (Mumpsvax), Rubella (Meruvax II), MMR (MMR-II), Polio attenuated, Yellow fever (YF-Vax)
Streptomycin Anti-bacterial Influenza (Fluogen), Poliovirus attenuated (Orimune), Poliovirus inactivated (Ipol), Vaccinia (DryVax [dihydrostreptomycine])
Sucrose Stabilizer in freeze-drying Hib (Act-HIB), Typhoid oral (Vivotif), Varicella (Varivax)
Thimerosal Preservative in some multidose containers (see package labeling for precise content) DTaP (some containers), DTwP (most containers), DT (most brands), Td (most brands), Hepatitis B (some packages), Hib (some packages), Influenza (all brands), Japanese encephalitis (JE-Vax), Meningococcal (Menomune), Pneumococcal (Pnu-Imune 23), Rabies (BioRab)
Tri(n)butylphosphate Viral inactivator Influenza (FluShield)
Vitamins Unspecified Growth medium Rabies (Imovax)
Yeast Protein Growth medium Hepatitis B (Engerix-B, Recombivax-HB), Hib (HibTiter), Hib-Hepatitis B (Comvax)

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Vaccine_Production Media
(On which bacteria and viruses are replicated)
Vaccine Culture Media Vaccine(s)
Bovine (of cow) protein Pneumococcal (Pneumovax-23, Pnu-Imune 23), Poliovirus attenuated (Orimune), Typhoid oral (Vivotif)
Calf skin Vaccinia (DryVax)
Chick embryo fibroblast tissue culture Measles (Attenuvax), Mumps (Mumpsvax), combination vaccines containing them, Rabies (RabAvert)
Chicken embryo (fertizlied egg) influenza (all brands), Yellow fever (YF-Vax)
Cohen-Wheeler, modified (pertussis components) DTaP (alternate is Stainer-Scholte media), DtwP (most brands, alternate is Bordet-Gengou media)
Escherichia coli (E Coli) Lyme disease (LymeRix)
Human diploid tissue culture, MRC-5 Hepattis A (Havrix, Vaqta), Poliovirus inactivated (Poliovax), Rabies (Imovax), Varicella (Varivax)
Human diploid tissue culture, WI-38 Rubella (Meruvax II), combination vaccines containing it, Varicella (Varivax)
Lathman DtaP (Infanrix, tetanus component)
Linggoud-Fenton DTaP (Infanrix, diphtheria component)
Monkey kidney tissue culture, Cercopithecus Poliovirus attenuated (Orimune)
Monkey kidney tissue culture, Vero (Vervet or African green monkeys) Poliovirus inactivated (Ipol)
Mouse brain Japanese encephalitis (JE-Vax)
Mueller-Miller media Diphtheria and tetanus vaccines (most brands)
Rhesus fetal lung tissue culture Rabies (BioRab)
Stainer-Scholte DTaP (Infanrix, pertussis component)
Soy peptone broth Pneumococcal (Prevnar)
Synthetic/semi-synthetic Anthrax (BioThrax), BCG (Tice), DT (all brands), Td (all brands), Hib (all brands), Meningococcal (Menomune), Penumococcal (Pneumovax-23, Pnu-Imune 23), Typhoid inactivated (Typhim Vi)
Yeast or yeast extract Hepatits B (Engerix-B, Recombivax-HB), Hib (HiTiter), Hib-Hepatitis B (Comvax), Lyme disease (LymeRix)




Ingredients and growth medium list can be found at CDC’s vaccine Page. Look under excipients.
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