Friday, September 18, 2009

Greece To Enforce Mandatory Swine Flu Vaccinations:No exceptions to immunization of 12 million, says health minister

Greece has become the latest country to announce it will enforce a mandatory swine flu vaccination program, despite fears about the jabs containing mercury and squalene.Despite the fact that there have been no deaths whatsoever from swine flu in the Mediterranean country, the Greek government has resolved to immunize its entire population of 12 million, all but guaranteeing that several thousand at least will be injured or be killed by the vaccine which is set to be fast tracked in Europe with no human testing at all.“We decided that the entire population, all citizens and residents, without any exception, will be vaccinated against the flu,” Health Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos said after a ministerial meeting.“We are only waiting for the European Union’s approval to start vaccinating everyone,” a Health Ministry official told Reuters...

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