In 1962, children received five vaccines or boosters. In 2016 they receive 72, many laced with the adjuvant aluminum and/or the preservative thimerosal, which is mercury. Both aluminum and mercury can cause brain damage. Yet the government and pharma insist there’s no connection between ever-increasing required immunizations and diseases like autism. From Gary G. Kohls, M.D. at lewrockwell.com:
Any parent (or science writer) that isn’t vaccine hesitant has to be crazy, ignorant, uninformed, indoctrinated, threatened by their pediatricians, worried about job security, afraid of not following the culture- or government-approved narrative or invested in the Big Pharma industry.
Science writers that continuously (and ignorantly) write about “anti-vaxxers” (rather than more accurately depicting the multitudes of truth-telling parents [whose infants and children have been killed, maimed or disabled after being injected with cocktails of unproven-for-safety, neurotoxic and autoimmunity-inducing vaccines] and unbiased, not-for-profit, science-minded scholars as what they really are: “anti-over-vaccination activists”.
Note that none of these combination shots have been tested for safety of effectiveness when used in combinations. Most US infants get 3 shots in different muscles at their 2, 4 and 6 months “well baby” visits. The peak incidence of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is at 2, 4 and 6 months of age (just after their well-baby shots. Near-SIDS episodes are not reported to the CDC and, because SIDS events are IATROGENIC, most physicians never report vaccine-related events under any circumstances (hence no stats). Also bad for business.
Here is the first step in getting to understanding about so-called “vaccine hesitancy”. More to come. GGK
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Why the push to immunize everyone against measles? The disease is seldom deadly, an immunization carries risks of its own. From Joseph Marcela at lewrockwell.com:
The following referenced information contains opinion and perspective on a health topic related to vaccine science, policy, law or ethics that is being discussed in public forums, including in medical, law and other professional journals; newspapers, magazines and other print; broadcast and online media outlets; state legislatures and the U.S. Congress.
Readers are encouraged to go to the websites of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) for the perspective of federal agencies responsible for vaccine research, development, regulation and policymaking, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for information on vaccine policymaking; to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for information on regulating vaccines for safety and effectiveness; and to National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) for information on research and the development of new vaccines.
The World Health Organization has stated that “vaccine hesitancy” is one of the top 10 global public health threats.
Mandatory use of the first vaccine — the smallpox vaccine — became common in the 19th century because that infection had a mortality rate of 30 percent.1 Measles is not and was never as deadly as smallpox. In 1962, a year before the measles vaccine was licensed in the U.S., the measles death rate was reported to be 1 in 1,000 cases.2
Most of what’s peddled about vaccines is propaganda unsupported by the actual facts. From Bill Saudi at lewrockwell.com:
If you could read my lips, they don’t follow the above title. My headline has to pass censorship now that various online news sources say they are burying anti-vaccine posts under pressure from Congress. Facebook and Pinterest have reportedly blocked searches for vaccination to “stop the spread of misinformation.” Write anything against vaccines and you will be branded as a wacko who is endangering the lives of virtually everybody.
Yet a careful examination of current vaccine propaganda does not support the idea that widely reported outbreaks of measles correlate with any anti-vaccine programs or even the spread of measles solely by unvaccinated individuals.
Data from the Centers for Disease control reveals cases of measles could just as easily be from incomplete vaccination (no booster shots), what health authorities are calling “vaccine hesitancy,” meaning when people delay second vaccination.
A single dose of the measles vaccine is 93% effective against measles and a second dose increases immunity to 97%. In other words, of the 52,377,192 vaccinated school children in one large published study, an estimated 1,571,315 would not have developed sufficient antibodies to prevent measles.
It would be 33 times likely that contact with a person who has an active case of measles would spread this infectious disease via contact with vaccinated individuals who never developed immunity following vaccination than by contact with unvaccinated individuals.
NMEs: Non-medical exemptions
Source: Journal American Medical Assn. 282 (1): 47-53, 1999.
Bill Gates is in bed with Big Parma, and together they intend to stop anyone from questioning vaccine efficacy and safety. From Children’s Health Defense at collective-evolution.com:
Bill Gates is fond of using his bully pulpit to talk about “miracles” and “magic.” Gates has featured one or both words in nearly all of his annual wrap-up letters for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2017), most often in reference to the Gates Foundation’s outsized financial and ideological support for global vaccine programs. As Gates says, “In the same way that during my Microsoft career I talked about the magic of software, I now spend my time talking about the magic of vaccines.”
Gates’s words give us an immediate clue that he is engaging in his own brand of magical thinking—which social scientists define as “illogical causal reasoning.” How else to explain his simplistic endorsement of vaccines as a miraculous intervention with unmitigated benefits and no down side? The Gates Foundation’s global spreadsheet appears to have no room to tally the massive flood of vaccine injuries afflicting children worldwide, despite abundant evidence that this damage is standing the vaccine risk-benefit calculus on its head and turning childhood into an extended round of Russian roulette.
The “faith” mentioned in the title has already taken some heavy hits. From Davis Taylor at the Tenth Amendment Center via lewrockwell.com:
Vaccine mandates generally have their basis in federal recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Most Americans believe that the CDC’s guidelines are carefully crafted, based upon unbiased and thorough scientific research, and that they will keep us safe. This narrative isn’t necessarily true.
Because of their misplaced faith in this federal agency, most people assume there is no need to push back against federal narratives on vaccines or against anticipated federal vaccine mandates. In his important new book, Vaccines – A Reappraisal, Richard Moskowitz, M.D., provides information which should thoroughly refute these assumptions.
Dr. Moskowitz is a family physician who received his BA from Harvard, Phi Beta Kappa, his M.D. from New York University, and a U.S. Steel Fellowship in philosophy at the University of Colorado. He has been in private practice since 1967 and, with over fifty years of experience, he is intimately familiar with the potential impact of vaccines upon patients. In his easily digestible book, he examines vaccines and current policy regarding them and provides extensive scientific information which should cast doubt upon the assumptions that they are safe, necessary and effective.
The “Spanish Flu” probably did not originate in Spain, and it probably was not a flu. It may have been the result of an experiment gone wrong? From Kevin Barry at healthimpactnews.com:
Soldiers from Fort Riley, Kansas, ill with Spanish influenza at a hospital ward at Camp Funston. Image source.
The “Spanish Flu” killed an estimated 50-100 million people during a pandemic 1918-19. What if the story we have been told about this pandemic isn’t true?
What if, instead, the killer infection was neither the flu nor Spanish in origin?
Newly analyzed documents reveal that the “Spanish Flu” may have been a military vaccine experiment gone awry.
In looking back on the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, we need to delve deeper to solve this mystery.
A doctor admitted the CDC was falsifying data on autism and vaccines and has been completely ignored. The effort to obfuscate the isse of autism and vaccines has been monumental, and we may never get to the bottom of it. From Dr. Brownstein at drbrownsteln.com:
It was four years ago, August 2014, that a senior CDC scientist—Dr. William Thompson–claimed whistleblower protection by claiming that the CDC had committed fraud by hiding and manipulating data that showed the MMR vaccine was associated with a higher risk of autism. In August, 2014, I wrote, “Now, there may be proof that the CDC not only knew about the link between the MMR vaccine and autism but they changed the data in a landmark 2004 study to hide the damning data. What did the heads of the CDC do when they were notified of this fraud? They altered the data and reported in 2004 (1) that there was no association between autism and the MMR vaccine. Who wrote this article? William Thompson, PhD, the very same whistleblower, was one of the authors of that 2004 study. Dr. Thompson claimed he was suffering with regret and remorse over the damage that has been done to our children over the last ten years.”
According to the CDC, we are currently suffering through an exponential increase in autism since the 1970s. In 1970, the autism rate was 1 in 10,000. In 2018, the rate of autism epidemically increased to 1 in 59 children. That is a 169-fold increase in autism in U.S. children over nearly 50 years!
You would think a senior CDC scientist who claims malfeasance at the CDC is responsible for the rapid rise in autism would immediately trigger Congressional investigations to find out the truth.
However, our dysfunctional Congress would prove you wrong. Four years later, there have been no investigations by Congress. There has been no presidential vaccine safety commission studying the matter.
Four years later, there has been nothing.
I am sick of writing about this travesty.
To continue reading; 4 Years After CDC Whistleblower Comes Forward: Nothing Happens