Who Do You Trust on Vaccines?

We have a dichotomy on our hands.
Advertising research shows that worldwide, people overwhelmingly trust the recommendations of friends and family.

“New York – Sept. 28, 2015 – The most credible form of advertising comes straight from the people we know and trust. Eighty-three percent of online respondents in 60 countries say they trust the recommendations of friends and family, according to the Nielsen Global Trust in Advertising Report released today. This level declined one percentage point from 2013 (84% in 58 countries).”


At the same time, only 19% of Americans trust the government always or most of the time.

Therein lies the dichotomy. When it comes to vaccines, we trust the government to dictate what substances get injected into our children (and when), while at the same time we distrust our growing number of family and friends who can say with absolute certainty that a vaccine caused injury to their child. According to these surveys, shouldn’t it be the other way around?
We don’t trust the government on immigration issues, but we trust them to mandate repeated medical procedures that never have been proven safe or effective.
I realize I’m in a small minority who have researched and come to a solid conclusion on either side of this issue, but I trust my friend whose sister was physically and mentally disabled by a vaccine more than 30 years ago.
According to a 2015 CDC survey, the autism rate has reached a new high of one out of every 45 children. http://health.usnews.com/health-news/articles/2015/11/13/cdc-child-autism-rate-now-1-in-45-after-survey-method-changes
I’m sure that by now, we all know someone with an autistic child. We probably all know someone who insists that their child mysteriously regressed after a vaccine. But we don’t believe them. Why?
We don’t trust the government to ensure a basic income for the elderly, but we trust them when they say the most harmful ingredient in vaccines is water. Really. https://idsent.wordpress.com/2015/12/06/the-toxic-logic-of-water-and-applesauce/ We believe this obvious lie from a senator and a CDC official, but we don’t believe our friends’ kids who will never know the freedom promised to them as Americans.

This is my friend Joe’s 32-year-old vaccine-injured sister Lauren, who requires lifelong care for mere survival. I believe my friend Joe. I believe Lauren.

Why is the concept of vaccines causing harm so difficult to believe, when we see it all around us? When the CDC has never conducted a study on health outcomes of vaccinated v. unvaccinated populations. When the government has admitted that there is an inherent risk with vaccines and set up a special vaccine injury court to release manufacturers from all liability. When the manufacturers are tasked with doing their own safety and efficacy trials. When CDC officers are patent holders who personally profit from their taxpayer-funded government work to support the pharmaceutical industry.
We don’t trust our friends on this issue. We only believe it when it happens to us.
I will admit, I was skeptical of all the furor until my own daughter had a reaction to a flu shot. She was fully vaccinated up to school age. We ran the vaccine gauntlet and came out relatively unscathed. But her saying to me, “Mommy, I was playing with my friends and heard a pop, and now my back won’t stop hurting” made me realize that I had failed in my duty as a parent to protect her.
I had believed the doctors, who get their information from drug reps, local health departments and medical societies, who in turn get their information from the CDC, who in turn get their information from, and collude with, the pharmaceutical industry. My daughter had had her flu shot two days prior, and in our safe, sheltered, small-town existence, that was the only identifiable variable. She experienced months of migrating joint pain, compliments of the flu vaccine.

As a longtime sufferer of Lyme disease, I’m used to people not believing me, and I’m used to doing my own research where the government has failed to either do it themselves, or to make the research publicly known.
It is easily proven that fungal antigens produce immunosuppression and reactivate latent or attenuated viruses. This was proven with the failed Lyme disease vaccine, LYMErix, which was formulated with an outer surface protein (“OspA”) of the Lyme spirochete, that is a fungal-type antigen. LYMErix recipients reported severe symptoms of Lyme disease, and when the data on OspA was presented to the FDA, they issued an ultimatum that the vaccine be pulled from the market. However, the manufacturer was let off the hook–calling into question whether the government knew then that the same mechanism was at work in other vaccines.
Here is an example that is very similar, in that the main component of LYMErix and the main component of acellular pertussis vaccines are managed by the same immune system receptor, TLR2:

“Filamentous hemagglutinin (FHA) is a major adhesion and virulence factor of Bordetella pertussis and also a main component of acellular pertussis vaccines. Interaction of FHA with different receptors on human epithelial and immune cells facilitates entrance and colonization of bacteria as well as immunomodulation of the host immune response…Native FHA was found to strongly stimulate TLR2, but not TLR4 or TLR5 transfected cells. Among recombinant FHA fragments only the fragment spanning amino acid residues 1544-1917 was able to exhibit the TLR2 stimulating property of FHA. Interaction of FHA with TLR2 suggests its involvement in induction of the innate immune system against Bordetella pertussis.”

It’s a fungal assault on the immune system. It overwhelms the immune system such that attenuated viruses can revert to full virulence, and latent herpesviruses that a child may have been born with can reactivate. It’s well known that measles and herpesviruses infect the central nervous system. This is all widely available and accepted research that anyone can easily find on PubMed. This fungal-viral synergy is a common mechanism that I’ve shown over and over, through the CDC’s and NIH’s own research that they don’t want to summarize for you in the way that I and my comrades have. http://www.ohioactionlyme.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/150430_COMMONMECHANISMS_SASH.pdf
A point I’d like to emphasize from my prior post:

Data from the 1960’s and 70’s on congenital rubella causing autism demonstrates that vaccine-strain rubella injected into an immune-compromised child, or along with a fungal contaminant in the vial, would cause neurological symptoms we refer to as autism. In fact, that’s why they came out with rubella vaccines in the first place. You can easily look this up for yourself. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?linkname=pubmed_pubmed&from_uid=5172438
Still, we have other, similar mechanisms at work that warrant acknowledgement. And you can assume that if the government doesn’t want you to know about the first one, they certainly don’t want you to know about this one. Well, my friends, here it is.
Yesterday I read that a new dengue fever vaccine was approved for use in Mexico and is well on its way to approval in many different countries. Don’t get me wrong: My very best childhood friend nearly died from dengue, so I appreciate the seriousness of the disease. What piqued my interest was that the vaccine is recommended only for ages 9 – 45. My first thought was, “Gosh, there must be some real safety concerns if they don’t recommend it for infants, young children, or anyone above middle-aged.” Well, lookie what PubMed turns up:

“Highly effective prophylactic vaccines for flaviviruses including yellow fever virus, tick-borne encephalitis virus, and Japanese encephalitis virus are currently in use. However, the development of a dengue virus (DENV) vaccine has been hampered by the requirement of simultaneous protection against four distinct serotypes and the threat that DENV-specific antibodies might either mediate neutralization or, on the contrary, exacerbate disease through the phenomenon of antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) of infection.”

Repeat: “… DENV-specific antibodies might either mediate neutralization or, on the contrary, exacerbate disease.”
Could that be why they recommend it only for those ages that are expected to have the heartiest of immune systems? Or is there perhaps some type of synergy that could take place with other vaccines that are recommended for children under 9 and adults older than 45?
Here you can see the 292 results of a search on this phenomenon. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=antibody-dependent+enhancement+AND+vaccine. Curious minds want to know: is this a mechanism at play in the multitude of vaccines that are already on the CDC schedule, and that some citizens and politicians want to mandate?
Who do you believe? Do you believe your friends whose kids are maimed and brain-damaged for life, or do you believe a government official who stands to profit from selling you brain-damaging medical procedures made by a company that cannot be sued?
We don’t trust them to ensure our right to bear arms, but we trust them when they say, “Take your shots like a good little American. Of course they’re safe.”

Categories: Activism, Vaccines

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