Swine Flu Vaccine (Narcolepsy/Autism)


...elusive dreamer
Apr 5, 2009
More about the harm from swine flu vaccinations...

The nation of Finland has now openly admitted that the swine flu vaccine "conclusively" causes narcolepsy, a chronic nervous system disorder that makes people uncontrollably fall asleep. The Finnish government, in acknowledging this link, says it will pay for "lifetime medical care" for 79 children who have been irreparably damaged by the swine flu vaccine.

Narcolepsy isn't the only side effect now admitted to be caused by swine flu vaccines: 76 of the 79 children also suffered hallucinations and "paralyzing physical collapses," say Finnish researchers.

Remarkably, even though the link between swine flu vaccines and permanent neurological damage in children is now openly admitted by the Finnish government, there is absolutely no talk about halting the utterly unscientific ritual of injecting children with flu vaccines in the first place. Not only are flu vaccines harmful to children (as is now admitted), but flu vaccines don't even work! A simple daily dose of vitamin D would do far more to halt influenza than any vaccine.



Active member
Jul 11, 2011
Thanks for the link K2c

I'm so glad our son and his wife don't believe in vaccinations, they are in to natural therapies.
When our Daughter and her hubby got the Swine flu we were in close contact with them and never got it and also one of their 2 daughters didn't get it, and they live at home with them.


New member
May 22, 2009
In my head
In narcolepsy, the order and length of NREM and REM sleep periods are disturbed, with REM sleep occurring at sleep onset instead of after a period of NREM sleep. Thus, narcolepsy is a disorder in which REM sleep appears at an abnormal time. Also, some of the aspects of REM sleep that normally occur only during sleep—lack of muscular control, sleep paralysis, and vivid dreams—occur at other times in people with narcolepsy. For example, the lack of muscular control can occur during wakefulness in a cataplexy episode; it is said that there is intrusion of REM atonia during wakefulness. Sleep paralysis and vivid dreams can occur while falling asleep or waking up. Simply put, the brain does not pass through the normal stages of dozing and deep sleep but goes directly into (and out of) rapid eye movement (REM) sleep.
This has several consequences. Night time sleep does not include as much deep sleep, so the brain tries to "catch up" during the day, hence EDS.
... from Wikipedia

Well, this is interesting. I got several flu vaccines and my sleep is messed up. Connection? I did have several reactions, maybe this is one of them. I don't have narcolepsy but some aspects of narcolepsy, like going into REM sleep right away, going in and out of REM and not going into the deep sleep stage very often and dreaming while half asleep and going into sleep, and very vivid dreams. I don't have muscle paralysis during the day, but when I'm sleeping I don't have muscle paralysis like I should but thrash around and talk in my sleep. These are also symptoms of CFS which I have.


Standing at the Portal
Oct 16, 2007
and again a reminder. My mother became paralyized by the swine flu vaccine of 1976. Fortunatley she recovered. Many others did not and they continue in wheel chairs today.

Mad Scientest

New member
Apr 11, 2006
That’s nice but what it really says it that the Finnish taxpayers are the ones who will be paying the tab for GSK’s deadly vaccine meanwhile the drug company sits back and counting all the money they have made.