Published December 6, 2016
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines a vaccine as a "biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease." The...
— William Wilberforce
The “system” with regard to vaccines and vaccination policy is stacked against truth finding and truth telling. Vaccine makers, by law, are not liable for any harm caused by their products.
When people seek compensation for vaccine harm from the US government’s Vaccine Court under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), after years and years of waiting, two out of three plaintiffs are turned away empty handed.
The government’s regulatory agencies have huge conflicts of interest with the vaccine makers that prevent them from being independent with regard to vaccines and vaccination policy. Same is true for the medical profession and the vast portion of the media.
Any attempt to speak out with alternative views on vaccines and vaccination policy is squashed by these powers that be.
If you’re a doctor or scientist who disagrees with mainstream thought on vaccines and vaccination policy, you become discredited by your peers or your bosses, and you stand to lose your job or, at the very least, your reputation. If you’re a journalist who disagrees, you may also stand to lose your job, but at the very least your stories or ideas for stories will be killed.
The mainstream has claimed the moral high ground on vaccines and vaccination policy by simply claiming that it is they who hold the true science. No dissent is tolerated. For the sake of the “greater good” you must give up your basic human and civil rights and allow yourself and your children to be injected with toxic chemicals over and over and over again.
Parental rights? Toss those out the window. Your kids are the property of the state. If you happen to come down with a serious reaction afterward (they call them “adverse events”), then it will always be dismissed as purely coincidental. You have nobody to blame. You have no recourse, but to suffer (or die) quietly.
… Well… of course you can always stand up for your rights, educate yourself, mobilize, speak out, and fight back… hard.