Merck and MayoClinic on Encephalitis

>> Tuesday, July 11, 2017

I just want to get this out there.  It works out like a digital version of those string-arrow-map things that you see in the detective movies....

Merck MMR insert (archived)
MayoClinic Encephalitis (archived)
MayoClinic Autism (archived)


Why Should I Question Vaccines? Why did *I*?

Old post.  I guess I saved it as a draft as I felt like I was posting too many vaccine-related things.  Ah, well... this wasn't really well documented, below, but it's more of a personal testimony.

I don't know what first brought me to questioning vaccines and I'm not even sure if there is one single event or bit of information that led me to where I am today.  Surely my tendency view trust as an earned reward had a lot to do with it, but my experiences must also be somewhere in the mix. I was raised to shun junk food and unhealthy lifestyles, although I recall times in my early adulthood where I hit up Taco Johns a good number of times, and downed giant-sized monster mixes of soda at the theater where I worked.  ugh.

Historically, the United States as a country hasn't had a great track record in keeping honest about its medical advances.  I remember my mom telling us not to eat the red M&M's, and how it was such a big thing when they "made a comeback" in the 80's.  I recall hearing about the thalidomide disaster leading to so many birth defects.  There are so many bad scientific health decisions in our history, it should naturally lead everyone to question everything.  Asbestos. Lead. Tobacco. Benzene, BPA, DDT, hydrogenation... the list truly goes on and on.

We as a family weren't one to frequent the doctor's office, and we CERTAINLY weren't taken with attending "well visits", but I did wind up with a smattering of vaccinations.  The simple existence of such a "well visit" baffles me yet to this day. My actual experiences of going to the doctor resolutely left me with a bad impression.  I can recall going in for certain pains, or to bring my daughter in with a high fever, and then being told that they have no clue what's wrong and perhaps to "try this medicine" and see what happens.  Thus, my anger in wasting both time and money on someone who knows no more - nay, LESS - than I do about my health is probably the biggest impetus in my questioning of the medical industry.

I barely even thought about vaccination until our first child was born.  I suppose most adults are that way and presume the rest of America is probably far lacking in their supposedly-needed booster shots.  Suddenly, however, the subject is huge. It always comes up in casual talk among friends and co-workers, especially those who are parents.  For over a decade, I'd been highly concerned about what kinds of FOODS I was eating, and pretty concerned about the EXERCISE I was getting.  All these things lie directly on the doorstep to my research into vaccines.

So, I started looking into vaccines.  So had, it seemed, many other parents.  In a very heartbreaking fashion, many of these parents only started looking into it after their children were damaged or killed by them.  I studied the early history of vaccines and found that the methods behind their implementation are rooted in highly unethical and even disgusting actions.  Go read about Edward Jenner - but don't stop until you've read BOTH sides of the story.  Suzanne Humphries has a good and well-documented report on him and the history of vaccines.

The more recent history of vaccines also tells a peculiar story. Consider the types and amounts of vaccines that were recommended for the previous generation, and compare that with the list for today. Why, if science is getting better, are more of the same vaccines, as well as new ones, needed to protect from these diseases?  Why do experts today now recommend that the list today isn't enough?  These experts don't have very much credibility, in my opinion.

But history is history; what of today?  Why are there so many mainstream reports of fraud committed by manufacturers of these products? What's with these official stories about how these vaccines actually don't protect as they're thought to? What about all this #CDCWhistleBlower stuff where the CDC admits fraud? Why don't these stories matter when the blame is laid on those unvaccinated?

Sigh.  All of those are good questions, and the history of it all is important, but for me it comes down to this: If I care so much about what kind of ingredients are in the food I eat, shouldn't I also care as much about the medicines I might put in my body?  Shouldn't I care MORE, since injection skirts by the digestive system which contains protections against harmful ingredients?

So, what's in these vaccines?  That, if you are new to the "war" that makes up the conversation about vaccination, is the question that you should ask.  There are other well-documented articles that go over the nitty-gritty details, so go read through their efforts.  Narrowing the efforts down even more, I recommend concentrating on the adjuvants that are part of the ingredients lists.

Adjuvants are things added to vaccines that scientists BELIEVE (yes, believe; look it up) produce a higher immune response in the body.  Two common and alarming adjuvants are mercury and aluminum.  You need to study these, but for your convenience, here are some SHORT summaries:

Mercury is a poison in ALL forms (so says Medscape). Not like water, which can be a poison based on the dose.  It was once a very common adjuvant in many vaccines, but now can be found mostly only in seasonal flu vaccines. The description of mercury poisoning, once also called "Pink Disease", is pretty much a word-for-word description of a person with strong autism.

Aluminum is an extremely common element in many things in life.  It's everywhere.  The body does a great job at filtering it out when ingested, but when injected it tends to deposit in the brain, causing damage.

These should at the very least scare you into further study.  That's what I want for all other people, that they would personally get involved and research this, making sure to exhaust themselves on both sides of the story.  Be careful that the pro-vaccine side really wants you to believe that the anti-vaccine side isn't scientific and shouldn't even be heard; that alone should make you question the PRO-vaccine side.  #hearthiswell


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