Connect the Dots, Vaccine Edition

I’m going to start by giving you the big picture:

It’s about fungal-viral synergy and injecting live virus vaccines into immunocompromised hosts. Somebody stop the presses, because we are in trouble.

Our “free” press has bellyflopped into the vaccine debate by wholeheartedly supporting Pharm.gov, no questions asked. They freely bash anyone who merely implies that, um, maybe we should take a closer look here–without realizing that they have become pimps to an industry that wants nothing more than a world of drug whore slaves. News reporters have become talking heads for their media conglomerate bosses, blindly spewing their spoon-fed opinions while totally rejecting curiosity–curiosity that might lead them to the truth if only they could employ two brain cells to connect the dots.

I am going to provide some dots.

carideeFungi are so well known to suppress the immune system and reactivate viruses that I should be able to let CariDee explain and stop there. Did you catch that? At 44 seconds: “tell your doctor if you, or anyone in your house needs, or has recently received, vaccines.”

Hmm, why would they say that?   

Because if your immune system is suppressed by Stelara, you are susceptible to any live viruses that Sugar Daddy Pharm.gov deems necessary to pump into your body, or a family member’s body. Yeah, don’t use Stelara and expect to stay healthy while Grandma is shedding her Walgreens flu shot all over you. Also, don’t expect your doctor to understand this dynamic or even give a shit. http://projects.propublica.org/docdollars/

This model is confirmed over and over in the warning inserts for popular immunosuppressive drugs. Take this one, from XELJANZ:

  • In carriers of the hepatitis B or C virus (viruses that affect the liver), the virus may become active while using XELJANZ. Healthcare providers may do blood tests before and during treatment with XELJANZ.
Two more dots from that same warning:
 
  • Use of live vaccines should be avoided concurrently with XELJANZ. Update immunizations in agreement with current immunization guidelines prior to initiating XELJANZ therapy.
  • Some people who have taken XELJANZ with certain other medicines to prevent kidney transplant rejection have had a problem with certain white blood cells growing out of control (Epstein Barr virus-associated post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder).
Here is the full text, on BusinessWire. Note that this is such a major issue, that they even have to provide the complete warning in press releases about the drug. Also note that they are reconfirming the exact same dynamic that I’ve pointed out multiple times in previous posts: fungal antigens suppress the immune system and reactivate latent herpesviruses like Epstein Barr, which is proven to lead to The Big C.
Johns Hopkins University had on their Website a four-page document listing instructions for at-home-care of immunocompromised individuals. It got a lot of play on social media last week. So much, it seems, that they felt compelled to remove the document from their site. Luckily, I managed to get screen shots before that happened. 😉
“Can I have visitors?”
All right, so how does this relate to the Elephant in the Room, the vaccine-autism debate? Again, big picture:
It’s about fungal-viral synergy and injecting live vaccines into immunocompromised hosts. 
 
1. They are not checking children’s immune status before injecting them with live or attenuated viruses.
 
2. They have no obligation to ensure that vaccines are free of contaminants, i.e. fungi/mold/mycoplasma/mycoses…whatever you want to call them. Fungal-type contaminants are TLR2 agonists, which suppress the immune system and reactivate viruses. Inject a kid with the 20th shot from a multi-dose MMR vial that started out with just a single mold spore, and you stand a decent chance of creating a customer for life, brain-damaged by a now-fully-virulent, encephalitis-inducing, neurological measles that the kid has little chance of fighting off. 
 
News media personalities have kids, don’t they?
 
You know about the World Health Organization (WHO), right? They are supposed to be the ultimate authority on these matters. In this document they tell us exactly what we (including news reporter parents) should be concerned about.

A.5.3.5 Live attenuated vaccines

The major concern related to live attenuated vaccines is potential reversion to virulence and the possible transmissibility and exchange of genetic information with wild type or other microorganisms. Every effort should be made to identify markers of attenuation (genetic sequences) which should be used in clinical trials to monitor the results of excretion studies and during clinical evaluation, phase by phase. A specific example of a live attenuated vaccine is the poliomy- elitis vaccine, oral (50). 

Here is the WHO again, telling us that ensuring that vaccines are contaminant-free is an issue of managing risk. In the real world, we call that Russian roulette.
 

As biological medicinal products, vaccines present risks to the patient that must be managed:
a. Some vaccines are not “pure” or well defined / characterized products, but contain complex mixtures of proteins, lipids, and other inherent biological materials. As such, the identification and complete removal of “impurities” can be difficult if not impossible;
b. Some vaccines are produced from highly pathogenic and transmissible microorganisms. These microorganisms are present in high concentrations in the production environment, and cross-contamination of products with viable production microorganisms represent a major GMP risk and risk to the vaccinee; 
c. The formulation of some vaccines may be optimized for the survival of microorganisms, making it likely that viable contaminants derived from the production environment (starting materials, operators, and those endemic to the facility) will survive in product substance and be administered to vaccinees; 
d. A number of parenterally administered live viral and live bacterial vaccines cannot be sterilized by filtration. Moreover, some viruses and mycoplasma found in the manufacturing environment may potentially pass through sterilizing filters, making the effectiveness of filtration as a method of reducing environmentallyderived microorganisms not completely reliable. 

Here, we have the New York Times *oops* admitting why they put thimerosal in vaccines.
 

“But a proposal that the ban include thimerosal, which has been used since the 1930s to prevent bacterial and fungal contamination in multidose vials of vaccines, has drawn strong criticism from pediatricians.
They say that the ethyl-mercury compound is critical for vaccine use in the developing world, where multidose vials are a mainstay.
Banning it would require switching to single-dose vials for vaccines, which would cost far more and require new networks of cold storage facilities and additional capacity for waste disposal, the authors of the articles said.”

 
And here is an example of a slap on the wrist over that same issue. 
 

“The government alleged that McKesson failed to comply with the shipping and handling requirements of its vaccine distribution contract with the CDC. Under the contract, McKesson provided distribution services, receiving vaccines purchased by the government from manufacturers and then distributing the vaccines to health care providers. The government alleged that the contract required McKesson to ensure that during shipping, the vaccines were maintained at proper temperatures by, among other things, including electronic temperature monitors set to detect when the air temperature in the box reached two degrees Celsius and below or eight degrees Celsius and above. The government alleged that, from approximately April 2007 to November 2007, McKesson failed to set the monitors to the appropriate range, and as a result, knowingly submitted false claims to the CDC for shipping and handling services that did not satisfy its contractual obligations.”

What does this tell us? Inhibiting the growth of fungal contaminants in vaccines requires costly and extensive networks of cold storage vehicles and facilities. Managed risk. Keep them “in compliance” so the fungal contaminants we know are in the vaccines don’t proliferate to the point that they can be seen by the naked eye. So, the U.S. DOJ understands this issue, and yet, they refuse to help their employers–the people of this country–directly. Fine the distributor and keep it quiet, because if all moms understood this, there would be total and utter chaos. I haven’t heard a peep out of our “free” press over this. Are they even the slightest bit curious?
 
It’s about fungal-viral synergy and injecting live vaccines into immunocompromised hosts. 
 
That’s all I’m going to say for now. Connect the dots. 
 


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  2. Reblogged this on Sunshinebright and commented:
    I have become magnetized by the “discussions” about: “Vaccine or no vaccine?” On the “pro” side, all I hear is: “It’s safe. All the scientific evidence points to its safety.” On the “con” side, I’m hearing many personal stories about why vaccines are believed to be not safe. The WHO (World Health Organization) has my respect more than Pharma, which is profit-driven. If you didn’t have a “wake-up” call before, read this post to be enlightened.

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  3. As usual Beaux – good job. I can’t remember if I posted on Twitter….so I’ll reblog and tweet it too 🙂

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  5. Reblogged this on The Other Side Of The Stretcher and commented:
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