Researcher Discovers A BIG Problem With Aluminium In Vaccines And His Peer-Reviewed Study Gets ‘Withdrawn’ From A Medical Journal – Truth To Power

Researcher Discovers A BIG Problem With Aluminium In Vaccines And His Peer-Reviewed Study Gets ‘Withdrawn’ From A Medical Journal – Truth To Power

The story really begins in 2007, when Luján, a practicing veterinarian, was summoned to a sheep farm in northern Spain in order to determine the nature of a strange illness ravaging a local flock. He found the sheep to be emaciated, as well as engaging in “wool-biting,” a self-destructive behavior usually attributed to overcrowding and nutritional deficiencies. (None of these were found to be a factor).

Luján also tested for viruses, bacteria, parasites and environmental toxins in food and water – and found nothing that would account for the strange symptoms.

Eventually, Luján came to believe that the symptoms were linked to vaccinations against a viral sheep disease known as bluetongue – which affects sheep in Belgium, Germany, Spain and the UK. In 2009, about 90 million animals throughout the E.U. were inoculated with four vaccines and two boosters.

In the years following this increased use of the bluetongue vaccination, the sheep population began to be decimated by the mysterious illness, which also featured muscle tremors, head tilts, collapse and bizarre behaviors.  Sheep – normally sociable, peaceful animals – began aggressively biting other flock members or withdrawing into isolation.

And, they were dying by the thousands.

Shocking link: Post-vaccination syndrome known as ASIA may affect humans and sheep alike
After poring over numerous immunology journals, Lujan realized that researchers had identified a similar post-vaccination syndrome in humans – and were attributing it to exposure to aluminum in vaccines.

via Researcher Discovers A BIG Problem With Aluminium In Vaccines And His Peer-Reviewed Study Gets ‘Withdrawn’ From A Medical Journal – Truth To Power

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