Published June 23, 2016
“A rose is a rose is a rose,” said Gertrude Stein, but is a vaccine always a vaccine? Traditionally, the...
— William Wilberforce
“Ask your doctor.”
This is a popular catch phrase; one that is heard on TV, read in the news, and seen on billboards across the country. You also may use it when that weird co-worker shares a little too much information about his… er, personal problem. Seriously dude, just ask your doctor.
The phrase has become engrained into our minds mostly through the marketing genius of pharmaceutical companies. Just about every drug advertisement we see on TV or hear on the radio ends with it. By now, I think we all know that many doctors have a special relationship with drug companies; one that benefits both parties. Doctors are often reimbursed financially for reaching “prescription quotas” and for getting a certain percentage of their patients to be vaccinated.
Think I’m making it up? Think again: projects.propublica.org/docdollars
It’s a win-win for everyone—except for the guinea p—uh, patients. The doctors get cash for doing pharma chores, and pharma gets to say “ask your doctor” and, because of their constant proactivity and enticing incentives, is assured that the doctor will likely recommend their products. The patients get to be drugged with all sorts of things that are supposedly going to fix their health issues, including becoming artificially immune to disease through vaccinations.
Through mass marketing in this way, the general public is led to believe that medical professionals actually know what they’re talking about when it comes to prescription drugs, and specifically vaccination.
A common argument is that nurses and doctors have spent a ton of time researching diseases and the vaccines that were designed to prevent them. We can trust our professionals to know what they’re talking about in regard to vaccines, and count on them to never steer us in the wrong direction. Turns out, this couldn’t be further from the truth.
I recently individually script interviewed ten current, former, and future medical professionals on this very topic, and they have shed light on some very important questions that we should all be asking. They’re all nurses; the ones who actually administer the vaccines and provide all the paperwork on them.
None of these professionals know each other (at least to my knowledge), and are spread out all across the country. They don’t even know the names of the others that are featured here, in the interest of totally honest, unbiased, and objective answers.
In an effort to make this piece as reader friendly as possible, not all of their perspectives will be used on every question. Not all the questions applied to all the nurses, either.
Before I continue, I’d like to make a disclaimer of sorts. I am not “anti-doctor.” I realize there are numerous good doctors and nurses out there that don’t simply care about the bottom line and became professionals so that they could help people. I respect the profession greatly, I really do.
However, I am also not “anti-science.” Unfortunately, contrary to the popular narrative, science is not on the side of the doctors in regards to vaccinations. The science instead points to a baffling lack of safety studies, especially on vaccines, and a drought of knowledge in general about how the current vaccine schedule affects us in the long run. The science IS clear: Vaccines are not as safe as we’ve repeatedly been told, and they are also not as effective as we’ve been led to believe.
> Click here to see a downloadable version of “Vaccine Peer Review: The History Of The Global Vaccination Program in 1,000 Peer Reviewed Studies”—1915-2015.
> Click here to see the statistics and amounts paid out to families of vaccine injured/deceased children in “Vaccine Court.”
> Click here to be redirected to a collection of scientific, peer reviewed studies that highlight why vaccines are not safe, and are in fact linked to a plethora of health issues.
As we know from listening to courageous doctors and nurses who’ve had their eyes opened to the very real dangers of vaccine adverse reactions, and the epidemic of vaccine induced chronic illnesses, there is very little training that future medical professionals receive in med school. In fact, a 2014 article in the pro-vax website preventdisease.com (that has since been removed from the internet due to backlash) highlighted the shocking fact that up to a third of all U.S. nurses are leaving their jobs due to their realization that vaccines are not all they’re cracked up to be. After witnessing what they have witnessed, they can no longer in good conscience continue to administer up to 70 vaccines in a single child, and up to 11 in one sitting, per CDC recommendations.
Are potential nurses and doctors taught anything at all about vaccine risks? How much time do they spend in their training discussing vaccines and how they are made, what ingredients they contain, etc?
Turns out, most med students don’t even scratch the surface of this very important topic in school, except when it comes time for experimental flu shot drives, where they are taught how to administer vaccines, and to encourage everyone to get them.
Most of them wished to remain anonymous, for fear of their livelihoods. Yes, it’s that bad. Internet trolls against “anti-vaxxers” hold a strange and inexplicable power, due to the mindset still remaining in the majority. Nurses have been reported (by juvenile people that can’t seem to mind their own business) to their superiors simply for speaking out and taking an informed stand; one that often doesn’t coincide with the beliefs of their bosses. They have been fired for being vocal, a sickening pointer to just how vexing this topic can be for someone who feels passionately about it.
Wishing to honor their requests for anonymity, I’ve given pseudonyms to each “whistle blower,” along with their real credentials. Remember, these are medical professionals who are now wide awake; whether by personal experience with vaccine injury/death, or by the growing number of chronically ill children that is not a coincidence in their eyes.
Thank God for these shining lights in this dimly lit environment.
To read the responses of 10 nurses to a series of questions posed to them regarding vaccine education, click on the original article “These Nurses are Silently Speaking Out Against Vaccines—Find Out Why” published in the blog Dinner For Thought.
Note: This article was reprinted with the author’s permission.