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More Concerns Regarding Needle
Devices Being Used For H1N1 Vaccines

There has been much speculation about microchips integrated in auto disable syringes specifically manufactured for use with the H1N1 vaccine. In a recent media briefing held by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Assistant Surgeon General, Anne Schuchat has admitted she is aware of needle devices that have been problematic for some providers unfamiliar with the mechanism.

Without some type of confirmation through a nano-laboratory that can properly examine embedded microchips in the needle devices, the evidence is still very speculative. However, one might ask why safety devices have suddenly appeared simultaneously in every nation for this specific flu vaccine?

The snippet below is from a full hour audio release on November 20th from the press briefing which can be found on the CDC website.

Audio Snippet of Anne Schuchat addressing H1N1 needle devices
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Reporter Michelle Marrill: Thank you. I'm with hospital employee health. I've heard concerns from a number of different hospitals about the safety devices, the needles that were provided with the vaccine. Specifically leaking at the hub and difficulty engaging the safety device and some of the other devices that require pushing a cap over the needle. I'm wondering if you have gotten any reports of malfunctions or concerns with the needle devices and, also, any information about how did you decide which needle devices would be provided.

Anne Schuchat: I'm going to have to briefly answer and then refer one of our staff to get back with you because I don't have a lot of the details on that. What I can say is I'm aware of some reports we had early on when providers received needles who were not familiar with the auto disable syringe, the safety device. They just thought wait a minute, I didn't get what I needed. So that was just familiarization and needed a little more education. I'm not familiar with reports of the leaking, but I think we could have a staff member follow-up with you.

More information on the auto disable needle devices at the following links (the sites are all endorsements of the device):

The syringes may very well be innocent and harmless compared to their contents once they are filled. That alone should be the deterrent. However, it is not clear yet if such devices have (or will have) a more threatening application.

One thing that is clear, is that Anne Schuchat is one of the primary myth propagators who has publicized H1N1 vaccine facts as myths and myths as facts, and was an instrumental figure in Fox News' biased reporting which urged all pregnant women to submit to the seasonal flu vaccine and the H1N1 vaccine during the pandemic.

Meanwhile a soldier stationed at a military unit in Switzerland has stated that doctors at the base have explained that every swine flu jab has a special needle with a bar code.

The bar code is registered for every person who takes the jab and then sent to the Federal Ministry for Health, the Bundesamt für Gesundheit.

The military doctor said he didn’t know why a special needle was needed but there are many reports of a nanochip in the needle.

RFID documents and plans for surveilling were recently detailed with documents that outline operations that have been years in the making.

The soldier said that the medical troops are preparing for a “serious scenario.”

Every soldier belonging to the medical unit has to prepare to vaccinate every other soldier whether they want to be vaccinated or not in a "worst case scenario".

* A full list of h1n1 vaccine ingredients, alerts and warnings.


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