Many ethical doctors oppose forced vaccinations, but you won’t find that news in any mainstream media reports. Funneling millions of dollars of lobbying money into the coffers of both politicians and media outlets (it’s the advertising, Dummy), Big Pharma has worked hard to demonize anyone who questions the safety or efficacy of any vaccine. Money buys a lot of “loyalty” from politicians and media moguls who work together to keep themselves and Big Pharma in the chips.
Few people understand that there has never been a single study to verify the safety and efficacy of any vaccine. Not one! No reliable study has ever proved that any vaccination has ever worked on any population. Random controlled clinical trials, the gold standard required of any drug released on the market, have never been done on any vaccine. The reason, vaccine profiteers, pushers and their media shills tell us, is because it would be unethical to have a control group of folks not vaccinated to test that group against the group that is. Unfortunately for these shills, we have something like a control group, the Amish who refuse to vaccinate and who have virtually no autism in their communities, save among those vaccinated children they have adopted. Read Sheryl Attkisson’s “Where are the Autistic Amish?” Pro vaxxer shills call it “anecdotal” and therefore irrelevant. They also call the thousands of parents who report their child regressing into autism after vaccination “anecdotal.” You look at all the evidence and decide for yourself.
Pro-Vax Profiteers – Media Darlings
Of course mainstream media darling Paul Offit – a pro-vax profiteer – and others making millions of dollars from vaccines will point out that the Amish also live with less pollution, fewer foods poisoned with Monsanto pesticides, and other environmental insults visited upon most non-Amish Americans; so they can’t be considered a “true” control group. Sure, some epidemiologist testifying for Big Pharma at a rate of $500 an hour could make a solid Sophist argument against the Amish as a control group. Sure, a well-paid “expert” (Read: lackey) could shoot ink from his pen like a cuttlefish shooting ink from its ass to cloud the facts. Such a well-paid person could try to disprove any such notion that the Amish could be considered a control group compared with vaccinated people. Some people will say anything if you pay them enough.
Vaccine Propaganda Assault muddies Issues
No matter how much most of us lay people are buried in the propaganda assault from some doctors who would demonize all those who wish to choose for their children for themselves whether or not they will vaccinate, there are still doctors who believe in their Hippocratic oath: first do no harm. (There is no question whatsoever that vaccines can and do cause grievous harm.) There are doctors who believe that informed consent is the first rule of medicine. A failure to offer their patients/victims informed consent is the crime that got some Nazi doctors hanged at the hands of a Nuremberg court that followed WWII. Have we really fallen so far as to have forgotten the lessons of that war, of the horrors visited upon people whom the Nazis felt they were smarter than and were thereby ordained (by the devil, clearly) to lord it over and force to take their “therapy”?
First, do no harm
There are, thankfully, several doctors who have not allowed the medical mafia that runs the healthcare system in our country to overwhelm their humanity and moral code. Without that code, we are lower than any animal or being in the universe. Our moral code, or at least the possibility of applying a moral code to all our actions, is the only thing, finally, that makes us superior to any animal in the world. No animal but man tortures another unmercifully, or drops incendiary bombs on others and wipes out entire families or races of people. No animal but man is even capable of the kinds of cruelty man has visited upon his fellow man and other creatures in this world, and nothing has changed under the sun in all the time our kind has been on this earth.
Doctors oppose Forced Vaccinations
Medical Doctors Opposed to Forced Vaccinations: Should Their Views be Silenced? is the name of a 51-page book available on Kindle edition. You can read Amazon reviews from nurses, pediatricians and other doctors to give some idea of its content and sensibility. It is a fair primer on vaccination and its safety or lack thereof.
One nurse says she has seen firsthand how doctors ignore the reality of horrible vaccination “side effects.” Another says he can no longer participate in giving vaccinations to anyone, though that risks losing his job. He says he “simply cannot do it any longer and look myself in the mirror.”
A pediatrician says, “I’m so glad to read about other docs who are not blindly pushing a flawed vaccine product and schedule on patients. There must be accountability for vaccine injuries and they must not be mandatory,” in order to preserve informed consent.
Another reviewer says, “I am humble to be in the range of these upstanding people who speak in the old American tradition, speak your true mind. ‘Iat justitia ruat caelum’ is a Latin legal phrase, meaning ‘Let justice be done though the heavens fall.’ The maxim signifies the belief that justice must be realized regardless of consequences.”
Dr. Russell Blaylock
One reviewer notes a neurosurgeon referenced in the book: “[Dr.] Blaylock’s work is amazing – and for anyone who is truly looking for answers, his expertise as a neurosurgeon will probably put you on the side of waiting until 2 for any childhood vaccines. There are some truly amazing people fighting the good fight, and having watched this for years, their commitment to families and children is now making a difference.”
Making a Difference
The decision to vaccinate, or not to vaccinate, or to at least delay vaccination, may be the most important one people may ever make for themselves and their children. It’s well past time for all thinking Americans to do their own research into the history of vaccination and decide for themselves whether or not vaccination is a good idea grounded in empirical science.
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- Shingles Vaccine Lawsuit
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