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Vaccine Fraud: U.S. Mainstream Media Censors Whistleblower’s Explosive Story

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posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 04:59 AM
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a reply to: GenerationGap
Sigh correlation is not causation.
Number of people with autism gas also increased along with the average size of TV screen, number of airline journeys, increased use of wi-fi and the death of the 6th doctor who. Not suggesting they are related???
Beside which and this is the important part study after study has failed to show a link between having the mmr and likelihood of autism. Is a link impossible of course not but the balance of evidence is overwhelming in favour of vaccination as improving average health outcomes.




posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 07:30 AM
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a reply to: R_Clark

I'm sorry man, but this is bad info to spread. Until you can prove it causes it and at what rate it's too dangerous to tell people not to get the MMR. Ask the Dahl family (Roald Dahl/Patricia Neal. There was an outbreak at his daughters school and he asked a doctor friend to get him a new sort of vaccine for it (I could find the name, but not that pertinent) for his baby boy and daughters. When the doctor arrived however he only brought one, for the baby. He said the measles would be good for the girls who had developed and immune system.

Sure enough the got the measles and soon after Olivia began having seizures and all sorts of symptoms lethargy, fatigue. They took her in and within a few days she had died of Measles related encephalitis.

So get your MMR, maybe wait a little later if you are so paranoid about how they are developing, but get it.


NOW THAT SAID

Don't worry about your flu vaccines. I had a friend (33 years old) die from swine flu. He'd be vaccinated (very nervous winter for me. Also another girl in this area aroudn 30 died of it and her doctor specifically said in the paper she had had the swine flu vaccine.

Also Gardisil, it's a scam, I don't think they even taught HPV (with the exception of the genital warts strain) as an std until they came out with a Gardisil and countries have banned that vaccine.

So don't be anti vax, but don't be blindly trusting of Drs. Hell last time I went to the Dr. I had already diagnosed myself with the SAME WEBSITE HE WENT TO ON IS TABLET!. The only difference between me and him was the prescription pad (and he makes more, but has more debt).

Also, besides reading all of Roald Dahl's books, you should read his own story. He had an amazing life. Especially interesting is a time period revolving a car accident involving a large auto and his baby boy's stroller. The crazy thing he did to help his son his brain cavity kept building fluid and how that medical patent saved thousands of lives and still his his (among 2 others) names on it today, him being an author. The whole event turned Manhattan dark for him.
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posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 08:35 AM
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a reply to: GogoVicMorrow
Your absolutely correct in your advice not to be anti- vax or blindly trust you doctor however I am pretty sure the reason for vaccinating against hpv is that it can cervical cancer. Not because of being std in its own right. In fact part of the problem is that is generally pretty benign in males and you wouldn't even realise you had it. That is why the vaccination is important.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 09:26 AM
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a reply to: ScepticScot

Yeah, I understand that, but there are soooo many strains. Do they vaccinate against all or just the ones that cause warts and cancer. In males i can allegedly cause throat cancer.

The reason I mentioned it though is because it is considered a dangerous vaccine and the vaccine itself may do more damage than the hpv as long as you get check regularly. Im obviously no lady, but i believe if they see a potentially dangerous spot on the cervix they remove it much like a skin cancer.

Gardisil is said to have over 2,000 negative side effects (including continuing pain, and numbness) in young girls and Japan has removed it.
linky

And here is a partial list of the 2,000 side effects


SIDE EFFECTS OF GARDASIL
The safety of a vaccine is an important part of its story. That’s why Merck and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are committed to monitoring the safety of GARDASIL on an ongoing basis.

What are the possible side effects of GARDASIL?
The most common side effects of GARDASIL: pain, swelling, itching, bruising, and redness at the injection site headache fever nausea dizziness vomiting fainting Fainting can happen after getting GARDASIL. Sometimes people who faint can fall and hurt themselves. For this reason, your child’s doctor or health care professional may ask your child to sit or lie down for 15 minutes after getting GARDASIL. Some people who faint might shake or become stiff. This may require evaluation or treatment by your child’s doctor or health care professional.

Tell your child’s doctor or health care professional if any of the following problems occur because these may be signs of an allergic reaction: difficulty breathing wheezing (bronchospasm) hives rash Tell your child’s doctor or health care professional if your child has: swollen glands (neck, armpit, or groin) joint pain unusual tiredness, weakness, or confusion chills generally feeling unwell leg pain shortness of breath chest pain aching muscles muscle weakness seizure bad stomach ache bleeding or bruising more easily than normal skin infection

Contact your child’s doctor or health care professional right away if any of these symptoms concern you, even several months after your child gets the vaccine. For a more complete list of side effects, ask your child’s doctor or health care professional.

Is it possible to get HPV or any disease caused by HPV from GARDASIL? No. It is not possible to get HPV or any disease caused by HPV from GARDASIL. That's because there is no live virus in the vaccine.

Instead, GARDASIL contains a protein that helps the body's immune system produce antibodies against HPV—without causing an infection. For more information on GARDASIL, talk to your child’s doctor or health care professional.
Who should not get GARDASIL? People should not get GARDASIL if they have, or have had: an allergic reaction after getting a dose of GARDASIL a severe allergic reaction to yeast, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate, polysorbate 80 What should my child’s doctor or health care professional know before giving GARDASIL? Tell your child’s doctor or health care professional if your child: is pregnant or planning to get pregnant. GARDASIL is not recommended for use in pregnant women has immune problems, like HIV infection, cancer, or your child takes medicines that affect the immune system has a fever over 100°F (37.8°C) had an allergic reaction to another dose of GARDASIL takes any medicines, even those you can buy over the counter Your child’s doctor or health care professional will help you decide if you or your child should get the vaccine.


And ask you can tell by the over use of the word GARDISIL that's just from the website, so certainly they don't list all the lab documented 2,000 side effects.

HPV is today what Herpes was at the turn of the century. Actually even down to the numbers (i think they believe 1 in 4 people have some form of hpv, and that was the same with Herpes in the early 1900's and they came out with a medication for it, but it was just so common that people did't really buy into it. Though admittedly the cancerous strains of HPV are more dangerous than Herpes, but I just got that kind've feel (because I had read that article about herpes in turn of the century - because im a reading fiend - not because i have herpes for clarification). Just seemed very similar becausee they didn't teach HPV as an STD when I was in middle school and we went through our very short 2 day sex ed haha).
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posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 09:38 AM
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a reply to: GogoVicMorrow
There sure are alot of varieties and this may not be a complete list
Disease
HPV Type
Plantar warts
1, 2, 4
Common warts
1, 2, 4, 26, 27, 29, 41, 57
Flat warts
3, 10, 27, 28, 41, 49
Genital warts
6, 11, 30, 40-45, 51, 54
Cervical cancer
16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58
Precancerous changes
16, 18, 34, 39, 42, 55
Laryngeal papillomas
6, 11, 30

The vaccination seems to cover strains 16 and 18. So one would not want to forgo regular Pap smears thinking one was protected from HPV.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 09:44 AM
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a reply to: fernalley

Yeah, as I said, Dangerous, but if girls go to their obgyn regularly as they should (so glad i have a penis) they should be able to protect themselves. I'm so out of my realm right now.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 09:58 AM
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a reply to: GogoVicMorrow
The vaccine protects against the strains that cause cervical cancer.
There is reasonable case for vaccinating males as well, I believe this is not done for cost/benefit reasons.
What is relavent is not how many side effects but likelihood of side effects. Analysis is done to determine benefit of protection outweighs average likelihood of serious side effect.
For the majority of health issues (except overall lifespan) you are indeed better having a penus. Our plumbing is simpler. .



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 10:09 AM
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originally posted by: Realtruth

You do not have to vaccinate period, but many states have a waiver/state exemption form to fill out.

On Google type in ( "states name" then vaccination exemption forum, or Immunization Waiver Form)

Good luck to you

RT


Thanks,

I have spoken to my wife and we will be waiving the MMR next month.

I appreciate all the advice I received here on ATS for this choice.

God Bless,



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 10:20 AM
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originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: ElohimJD
My first born son is 10 months old.

He is scheduled for his first MMR vaccine in 60 days.

What do I do?

I am not afraid of science, but I do not think adding dead virus cells in a cocktail full of virus "activators" protects my son. At the same time, I cannot enroll him in public school without exposing him to this vaccine.

If there were no laws forcing him to be vaccinated for public school, I would not vaccinate; but I feel I have to.

I wish I had a free choice as to what other people put in my son's veins....

God Bless,



Don't take him. You aren't yet required to, and even schools accept waivers for having them done. State religious reasons, and you should be covered there. You do have a choice. Some might try and make it seem as if you don't, but you do. Check your local laws. If it comes down to it, avoid public schools.


Right.

I will be waiving the MMR and with my previous history of documented religious exceptions in work and civil issues (if you can't tell by my screen name, I am very religious) it should be an easy process.

I think I am covered by the first amendment with the religious exception.

God Bless,



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 10:24 AM
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originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
The question is why are we so expendable? It can't just be because of our numbers. We need to know the real reason why they need us culled.


Control.
Power.


God Bless,



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 10:29 AM
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I am still amazed there are people today who think vaccines are a bad thing.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 10:34 AM
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originally posted by: salamanda


Hi ElohimJD,

I very rarely wade into these 'Pro/Anti-Vaccination' debates, as the complexities inherent in this particular subject are often just too vast and the hysterical and venomous backlashing you have to weather makes doing so, an even less appealing prospect.

Reading your post above, about your 10 month old, made me stop and rethink my usual aversion to wading into the debate, but on this occasion it struck a chord with me at a personal level; not just because I have children of my own and I understand where you're at with 'concerns', but for another even more personal reason, which I felt compelled to share with you… something I've not done in a public forum such as this until now.

Basically, my introduction to the ways of Big Pharma and 'the vaccination industry' started when my little sister was of a similar age to your child; except 30 years ago my parents had no reason to feel compelled even stop for just one moment and 'ask the question' you have asked here today… a question, that as a loving, caring and responsible parent, you have every right and justification in asking… and so Stephanie, my beautiful little sister, received her first MMR cocktail from the doctor and went home. I remember the events of the following morning like it was yesterday.

I remember being woken suddenly the following morning to the bone-chilling sound of my mother screaming to my father from their bedroom: "# MORRIS SHE'S NOT BREATHING!! HER LIPS ARE BLUE AND SHE'S NOT BREATHING!!...". She was dead.

I remember my father trying for half an hour to revive her; trying to gently blow air into her tiny body;
trying desperately to get his little girl's heart started again but he couldn't bring her back. I remember
how careful and aware he was to make sure he didn't break her rips trying to get her heart started, as their bodies are so tiny, CPR on an 8 month old only requires the use of one's thumb pressing gently on their chest, while holding their body with your hand and fingers underneath... another image I've never been able to erase; that and the look on the faces of two parents at that moment they realise they've just lost their baby daughter… and they've absolutely no idea what happened, why it happened or how.

Later that day, the coroner and police asked my parents whether anything in her environment had changed in the preceding 24/48 hours, to which my father replied "No, nothing... though she just had her MMR shot yesterday afternoon." To which the coroner informed him that it couldn't possibly be the MMR or any other vaccine, therefore the cause of death must be 'Cot Death' (i.e. absolutely no idea what caused her death…. but it certainly wasn't 'THAT'). It was no surprise that this ridiculous and offensive piece if drivel, masquerading as a 'professional medical opinion', didn't wash with my father and so begun the journey to find the answers… and the truth.

With regard my own opinions to the subject, all I will say is that I've researched this topic (both pro and anti equally… there's fraudsters and nut cases in both camps believe me!) in enormous detail and depth… and for you trolls and hysterical screamers out there, I damn well know how to research a complicated topic such as this, thanks to having spent 15 years as a network broadcast journalist in news and current affairs, as well producing and directing numerous documentaries for international broadcasters (some say I'm pretty good at it too). I've been trained to do this task and the ability to decipher, disseminate and process research data/information/reports etc is an essential skill that 'professional' journalists back in my day were held to account on… we lived or died on ability to 'proof fact' and back it up accordingly, should a court decide to test it.

I'm 100% convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt MMR killed my little sister… and to that end, I'll never let anyone near my two beautiful daughters with a needle containing a vaccine.

That's my story. That's my experience with vaccines. Those are my credentials (as briefly as they're presented above). This is one topic I know a great deal about. This is 'posted' in reply to someone reaching out and for this reason I've very little interest or inclination to respond to hysteria or abuse from either side of the isle.

Peace.


Words cannot express how thankful my wife and I are that you took the time to post in this thread. I have shared with her your story and our choice has been made.

1000 times thank you!

God Bless,



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 10:48 AM
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originally posted by: prizim
I am still amazed there are people today who think vaccines are a bad thing.


I am amazed that there are people who will just put anything in their body because the school (or, in my case work) tells them to without researching it first...

Do I think ALL vaccines are bad? No. BUT, some are and their side effects and other ailments have been well documented...

For instance, Walgreens has an all out advertising blitz regarding the shingles vax. My aunt was talked into getting it by her PCP. She had never had any signs or symptoms of shingles before (she's in her 60's). However, after she got the vaccine, she CAUGHT SHINGLES.

She is now in horrible pain on a daily basis because she got the vaccine. She has seen specialists, is on all kinds of medications that she wasn't on before, and she is still suffering with it months later.

If your so confident all vaccines are safe, how bout you run out to your local Walgreens or Rite Aid and get yourself one of those shingles vaccines??



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 11:00 AM
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Sorry to hear about that.
a reply to: AngryCymraeg



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:12 PM
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Interview with the person currently representing the whistle blower:
www.youtube.com...
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posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:27 PM
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originally posted by: lovebeck
Walgreens has an all out advertising blitz regarding the shingles vax. My aunt was talked into getting it by her PCP. She had never had any signs or symptoms of shingles before (she's in her 60's). However, after she got the vaccine, she CAUGHT SHINGLES. She is now in horrible pain on a daily basis because she got the vaccine. She has seen specialists, is on all kinds of medications that she wasn't on before, and she is still suffering with it months later.

I noticed someone in the thread was asking whether or not they should get vaccinated...

The very first thing anyone should do before even THINKING about it is do your own research.

Here is just one example using the shingles vaccine: Dangers of the Shingles Vaccine

Now of course you must be VERY selective about the results because the majority are going to be lies...


But the real horror is what’s lurking in this vaccine. First, the Merck vaccine, called Zostavax, is a weakened live virus. So you’re getting a live virus injected straight into your bloodstream. Plus, that means it’s possible that anyone who gets the shot could actually give someone else chicken pox. When you see what else they put in this vaccine — well, the live virus starts to sound pretty good.

The vaccine contains a brain-damaging ingredient that I’ve warned you about before — MSG! Merck lists it as “Monosodium L-glutamate,” but it’s the exact same dangerous additive put in many processed foods. Now, trying to avoid MSG in food products can turn a shopping trip into a real annoyance. But who would have ever suspected that it’s secretly being used in vaccines! And getting it this way is even more dangerous.

Afraid of shingles? Be more afraid of the shingles shot

Nature has devised an elegant plan for protecting you from the shingles virus. After contracting and recovering from chickenpox (usually as a child), as you age, your natural immunity gets asymptomatically "boosted" by coming into contact with infected children, who are recovering from chickenpox. This natural "boosting" of natural immunity to the varicella (chickenpox) virus helps protect you from getting shingles later in life.

This is true whether you are a child, adolescent, young adult, or elderly—every time you come into contact with someone infected with chickenpox, you get a natural "booster shot" that protects you from a painful—and expensive—bout with shingles. So as chickenpox rates have declined, shingles rates have begun to rise, and there is mounting evidence that an epidemic of shingles is developing in America from the mass, mandatory use of the chickenpox vaccine by all children.

Chickenpox Is Nature's Way of Protecting You from Shingles

Another way of looking at it is 175 people would have to be vaccinated to prevent one case of shingles, and 1,087 would need to be treated to prevent one case of postherpetic neuralgia (lingering nerve pain after an initial attack)—at a cost of $150–$300 per shingles vaccination. Of course, you should make up your own mind, but I can tell you that I would never recommend the shingles vaccinination for my patients.

Just Say No to the Shingles Vaccination!

"That said, if you GET shingles, then 3 grams (3,000 mg) of lysine daily can do a lot (a LOT) to shorten the duration and lessen the pain/itch right off). Given that a person has developed shingles (or, rather, gets them fairly often), at that point I'd go on 500 mg of lysine daily (between meals) as insurance after kicking the previous outbreak. But I wouldn't take lysine just because I had chicken pox as a kid."

Dangers of the Shingles Vaccine



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:37 PM
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originally posted by: ElohimJD

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: ElohimJD
My first born son is 10 months old.

He is scheduled for his first MMR vaccine in 60 days.

What do I do?

I am not afraid of science, but I do not think adding dead virus cells in a cocktail full of virus "activators" protects my son. At the same time, I cannot enroll him in public school without exposing him to this vaccine.

If there were no laws forcing him to be vaccinated for public school, I would not vaccinate; but I feel I have to.

I wish I had a free choice as to what other people put in my son's veins....

God Bless,



Don't take him. You aren't yet required to, and even schools accept waivers for having them done. State religious reasons, and you should be covered there. You do have a choice. Some might try and make it seem as if you don't, but you do. Check your local laws. If it comes down to it, avoid public schools.


Right.

I will be waiving the MMR and with my previous history of documented religious exceptions in work and civil issues (if you can't tell by my screen name, I am very religious) it should be an easy process.

I think I am covered by the first amendment with the religious exception.

God Bless,


Then please either get the single versions of those vaccines or look very carefully into the potential after-effects of those viruses. I had mumps and my right ear has been stone dead since I was five years old as a direct result. Consult a medical expert and not this website. There is some very bad anti-vaccination information out there.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:39 PM
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originally posted by: prizim
I am still amazed there are people today who think vaccines are a bad thing.


Anti-science idiocy. Plus conspiracy theories and woo.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:39 PM
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a reply to: R_Clark

i never understand this if there was a real link tho MMR vaccinations and autism them why doesn't every child in new jersey have autism? children have to be current on all their vaccinations or they cam not attend public school. I have two school aged children and they have had all their vaccinations and neither of them have autism



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:43 PM
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a reply to: UnderGetty

Excellent find...

I'm guessing this will NEVER find it's way into the MSM.


We told you recently about a new whistleblower inside the CDC. Now, we know his name: Doctor William Thompson. Doctor Thompson shared his story with Doctor Brian Hooker. Thompson says he stayed quiet for over 10 years after finding a link between vaccines in young black children and autism. Thompson says the CDC knew about this link, and purposely manipulated the evidence removing “Black Babies without birth certificates” from the study to justify their own multi-billion dollar vaccination operation.



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