By Trenisha Wiggins
Various scientists credit antibodies for the immunization of numerous diseases and guarantee it is 100% safe. However, is that valid? According to various trends among illnesses such as polio and diphtheria, there is a natural decrease in occurrence due to improved health and hygiene over time. This is before any presence of a vaccine for any of these diseases. In fact, there has been evidence that supports the idea that vaccines not only are effective, they are not safe and can cause other unwanted illnesses.
In 1958, after the presentation of the polio vaccine, the definition of polio was changed. The Center for Disease Control previously defined polio as irritation of the film that secures the cerebrum and spinal neuron cells, bringing about solid shortcoming and torment. These cases where to be referred to as aseptic meningitis, regardless of the possibility that the polio virus was present.
In fact, full cases of aseptic meningitis went from almost zero to thousands, and polio cases dropped at a similar rate. Later that same year, the CDC changed the definition of “polio” again. Cases with manifestations weakened by polio were to be referred to as intense flabby loss of motion. In 1960, while many parts of the world were considered “polio free,” “intense flabby loss of motion” became intensely normal.
Jonas Salk, the creator of the polio vaccine, confirmed before the Senate that all polio episodes after 1961 were brought on by the oral polio vaccine. In 1985, the CDC announced that 87% of the instances of polio in the USA in the vicinity of 1973 and 1983 were created by the antibody and the vast majority of the revealed cases happened in completely vaccinated people.
The explosion in vaccines began in the mid-1980s after Congress gave the pharmaceutical industry blanket immunity from lawsuits for vaccine injury. The four big drug companies (Merck, Wyeth, Lederle, Connaught) blackmailed Congress by threatening to stop selling vaccines in America unless a law was passed giving them complete immunity from prosecution. On February 22, 2011 the U.S. Supreme Court shielded drug companies from all liability for harm caused by vaccines mandated by government when companies could have made a safer vaccine.
In 1982, the National Vaccine Information Center is a non-profit organization was founded by parents whose children were injured or died following DPT (Diptheria, Pertussis, Tetanus) vaccine reactions.
On March 31, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will delivered the keynote address at the Revolution for Truth rally in Washington, D.C., organized by the Vaccination Injury Awareness League. Kennedy supports vaccination be believes that there is more research to be done to investigate the risk involved in vaccinations science.
Oftentimes described as “toxic cocktails,” many vaccines contain XE “toxic cocktails” which are live and dead animal viruses that have been cultured in monkey kidney tissue, cow tissue, goat tissue, pig tissue, and even aborted human fetuses. Vaccines contain any combination of the following: thimerosal (a mercury derivative), aluminum, formaldehyde (carcinogenic embalming fluid), phenol, ethylene glycol (antifreeze), live viruses, bacteria, and acetone, among other things.
“CDC recommended five pediatric vaccines when I was a boy in 1954,” says Kennedy, son of the late U.S. Senator and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. “Today’s children generally cannot attend school without at least 56 doses of 14 vaccines by the time they’re 18.”
Since British researcher Dr. Andrew Wakefield’s suggested links between vaccines and autism was widely discredited nearly two decades ago, Kennedy says that anyone who questions vaccines is treated as a pariah.
When asked specifically about transparency and conflict of interest in the vaccine approval process, a CDC spokesman said in an email response: “Credible scientific studies provide evidence of no connection between vaccines and autism.”
President Donald Trump has expressed his own doubts on the issue, and talked to Kennedy about possibly heading a vaccine safety commission.
“He said he won’t cave under pressure from the pharmaceutical industry, but it’s very powerful. We’ll see what happens.”