Compulsory vaccination has long been a requirement to serve in the U.S. armed forces, and many of the vaccines are experimental (untested), using our servicemen as guinea pigs. This includes the highly toxic vaccine adjuvant squalene MF59, which was first given to servicemen back during the first Gulf War and later linked to causing Gulf War syndrome.
After realizing the horrific side effects, instead of ditching the adjuvant, the U.S. Department of Defense actually ordered that both the anthrax vaccine and a related botulism toxoid vaccine, both of which contained experimental squalene MF59, not be annotated in soldiers’ medical records — they were instead generically identified as “Vac A” and “Vac B” in order to conceal their identity.
Roughly one in four of the 697,000 veterans were afflicted with Gulf War illness. Study after study shows a higher rate of Gulf War illness in vaccinated veterans. Folks that fought alongside us in the Gulf War who did not take the anthrax vaccine have no incidence of Gulf War illness. What’s worse is that the flu vaccine Novaritis, given to civilians, including children and seniors, contains MF59.
In the video below, retired Air Force Captain Richard Rovet warns about the dangers of squalene MF59 and the devastation and horrors he witnessed first hand during his time in the service.
To learn more about the experimental anthrax vaccine, be sure to check out the book, Vaccine A: The Covert Government Experiment That’s Killing Our Soldiers — and Why GI’s Are Only the First Victims, by Gary Matsumoto: