Ten Facts Everyone Should Know About Vaccines
Vernon Coleman www.vernoncoleman.com...
Here are ten basic facts about vaccination that most people don't know but should know:
1. Vaccines cause brain damage - and can kill. Since the 1970s the British Government has very quietly handed out tens of thousands of pounds to
parents of children suffering from brain damage caused by vaccines. If you inject potentially toxic substances into small children you will get
problems. The Government secretly admits this.
2. The number of vaccines is rising rapidly. American children now receive around 30 vaccinations before they go to school. Today there are vaccines
against all sorts of non-deadly diseases such as mumps and measles which were traditionally regarded as inconvenient. When a vaccine is introduced a
disease stops being a minor childhood disease and officially becomes a serious killer. The authorities issue scare warnings in order to frighten
people into having the jab. The number of children diagnosed as suffering from autism has rocketed just as the number of children being vaccinated has
risen. This isn't just true of the UK, its true of all countries where children are vaccinated. Autism is a disorder which involves brain damage. And
remember no 1 on my list of facts: vaccines cause brain damage. Now, here's the killer fact: when a research project was set up to establish a link
between vaccination and autism, drug companies applied to a court for an injunction to stop the research. Now, why would they do that? And vaccines
don't seem to cause only autism. It now seems possible that vaccinations may cause diseases such as arthritis, eczema and irritable bowel syndrome -
because of their interfering with the immune system. It's difficult to get research done on these because most research is paid for by drug companies
and the government and neither want to pay for this type of research.
3. Doctors and drug companies make large amounts of money from vaccines. GPs get bonuses if they can force enough of their patients to have
vaccinations. It is not unknown for doctors to throw patients off their list because they won't accept vaccinations - because this affects the GP's
4. No one knows which vaccines interact badly. No one knows what effect all these vaccines have on the immune system. No one knows how safe they are.
They don't know because no one has ever tried to find out. What is beyond dispute is that vaccines can and do kill people. One anti-flu vaccine which
was given to over a million Americans contained a monkey virus which causes cancer.
5. Many of the diseases which we are told have been extinct by vaccines were disappearing or controlled long before the vaccines were introduced. For
example, the number of deaths from polio fell before the first polio vaccination was introduced. Look at the figures and you'll see that the
incidence of polio went up after the vaccine was introduced. In Tennessee the number of children who got polio before vaccination was introduced was
119. The year after vaccination was introduced it was 386. Traditionally, deaths from whooping cough occur among very young babies - who are too young
to have the vaccine anyway.
6. Vaccines are developed using material taken from animals. Tissues include brain tissue from rabbits, kidney tissue from dogs and monkeys, blood
from pigs, protein from hens eggs. This can be dangerous because cell cultures may be and sometimes are contaminated. During the 1990s children
received vaccinations prepared using material which could have been infected with BSE. The British Government was warned of the hazard. We won't know
whether this is serious or not for another decade. Some vaccines are made with aborted human foetal tissue. No one knows what diseases might be in
7. Many vaccines contain thimerosal which contains mercury. Mercury is one of the most toxic substances known to man. The World Health Organisation
says there is no safe level for mercury in the human body.
8. Between 20% and 50% of people who are vaccinated don't get a resistance to the disease against which they have been immunised. So they are put at
risk to no benefit.
9. Epidemics of foot and mouth disease always start in countries where vaccination against foot and mouth is compulsory. The evidence suggests that
the rabies vaccine is keeping rabies alive.
10. Vaccines are now compulsory in some countries - eg America. This week I received an e-mail from the Czech republic asking for permission to
translate material on vaccines from my website - where incidentally all the information is free and there are no ads - because, I'm told, vaccination
is now compulsory there and there is no anti-vaccination material available. Governments are enthusiastic about vaccines because they believe that
vaccinations help stop the spread of diseases in a community and therefore save money. When kids have measles their mums stay off work. That