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What’s the Difference Between Companies Selling Cigarettes and Companies Selling Vaccines?

What’s the Difference Between Companies Selling Cigarettes and Companies Selling Vaccines?

Do you know the difference between companies that sell cigarettes and companies that sell vaccines in America? When cigarettes injure or kill people, tobacco companies are financially liable in civil court. But when vaccines injure or kill people, drug companies are not. That’s right. If you get lung cancer from smoking cigarettes, you can sue the tobacco company. But if you or your child suffer brain damage and dies after getting a vaccine, the drug company cannot be sued. And …

Vaccine Freedom Marches Across Italy Highlight Global Vaccination Agenda

Vaccine Freedom Marches Across Italy Highlight Global Vaccination Agenda

June 2017 saw the biggest public demonstrations against forced vaccination held in Europe since the Victorian era, as tens of thousands of Italians of all ages marched for vaccine freedom of choice in Rome, Florence, Milan, Bologna, Turin, Cagliani and other cities.2 They marched in opposition to a May 19 decree endorsed by the government’s Health Minister and President mandating that school children receive multiple doses of 12 vaccines or be prohibited from attending school with fines of up to $7500 euro (about $9,700) assessed to non-compliant parents.

It’s the Cytokine Storms We Should Worry About

It’s the Cytokine Storms We Should Worry About

Poliovirus is a relatively harmless virus. Most people would be surprised at that statement. But it’s true. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 95 percent of the people who are infected with polio display no symptoms. About four to eight percent of those infected display “minor symptoms, such as fever, fatigue, nausea, headache, flu-like symptoms, stiffness in the neck and back, and pain in the limbs, which often resolve completely.” Less than one percent of those who have poliovirus will develop permanent paralysis…

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