The affect of flu shots on the immune system
January 6, 2010 Leave a comment
I am against flu shots because they are bad for your immune system. The flu shot makes it so that your immune system doesn’t have to work very hard fighting the flu. If fighting the flu was a boxing match of Your Body vs. The Flu, the flu shot would be like giving your body a hand gun.
The flu shot is good at first, because your immune system gets to beat the flu very fast with minimal effort. But if you keep getting the flu shot year after year, your immune system gets weak, lazy, and out-of-shape because it doesn’t have work hard to fight the flu year after year. Pretty soon your immune system groans when it gets out of a chair, watches TV constantly, and is living in its own filth because it refuses to clean up its own bloodstream.
If you don’t get the flu shot, your immune system stays in good shape, because it knows it has to fight the flu off year after year in hand-to-hand or flagellum-to-flagellum combat and knows that there will be no air support from the flu shot
The flu shot contains dead flu virus in it. Getting the flu shot every year hurts your body’s domestic industrial capacity to produce dead flu viruses by itself and makes your body more dependent on foreign imported dead flu viruses.
That is why I am against getting the flu shot year after year. I would rather have an immune system that is a fit, disciplined, fighting unit that is able to produce its body’s dead flu virus needs domestically, than an immune system that is lazy, out-of-shape, and dependant on getting its dead viruses imported because of short term cost savings.