RISK: Squalene has been blamed for Gulf War syndrome


THE new swine flu vaccine ­contains a deadly brain toxin linked to autism, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis.Mercury, a vaccine preservative, was withdrawn from childhood jabs five years ago after evidence linked it to brain damage.

However, the Sunday Express has discovered the pandemic ­vaccine, to be rolled out across the country within weeks, contains the heavy metal.

It also contains a chemical called squalene, used to stimulate the immune system to respond to the vaccine. Some scientists believe squalene is linked to autoimmune illnesses including

multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.

Squalene was included in the anthrax jab given to British and US soldiers during the 1991 Gulf War. Many claim it caused them permanent neurological damage, known as “Gulf War syndrome”.

Female soldiers given the vaccine were advised not to become pregnant for at least 18 months because of the risk of birth defects.

The swine flu vaccine could be given to more than 11million Britons in “at-risk” groups. These include asthmatics, heart patients and those with compromised immune systems.

But medical professionals and health campaigners are concerned about the risks of the cocktail of chemicals it contains.

Dr Richard Halvorsen, author of The Truth About Vaccines, said: “Mercury is one of the most toxic substances known to man. It should not have a place in any vaccine for anyone of any age.”

Jackie Fletcher, founder of Jabs, a group that campaigns to highlight the dangers of vaccines said: “Mercury is a known neurotoxin. Nobody knows what amount people can cope with – however small.” Last month the Sunday Express reported a link with a previous swine flu vaccine and a paralysis known as Guillain-Barre syndrome.

A spokesman for Baxters, one of the swine flu vaccine manufacturers refused to comment on the ingredients of the jab. GlaxoSmithKline, another manufacturer, said the mercury preservative was essential to prevent contamination. A spokeswoman also said squalene was safe. “No severe adverse events have been associated with it,” she said.

A Department of Health spokeswoman said: “It is extre­mely irresponsible to suggest that the UK would use a vaccine without careful consideration of safety issues. The UK has one of the most successful immunisation programmes in the world.”


3 responses

  1. I’m one of those grandmas that believe the only common event that could be causing the rampant damage to children (autism, etc) is the mandatory vaccines – and I have no way to do anything about it. It puts a whole new meaning on “dumbing down America.” I pray the people in power come to their senses before it’s too late. Why would anybody WANT to manage a whole nation of endangered citizens – unless the purpose was to destroy and reallocate the real estate (some of the most valuable in the world)?

    1. I’m really sorry to say I believe they know what they’re doing.
      It’s not lack of sense but lack of insight on our part.
      They mean it.
      They’re killing us off.

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