The vaccination policy and the Code of Practice of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI): are they at odds?

The  vaccination  policy  and  the  Code  of  Practice  of  the Joint  Committee  on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI): are they at odds?
Deliberately  concealing  information  from  the  parents  for   the  sole  purpose  of  getting  them  to comply  with  an  “official”  vaccination  schedule  could  thus  be  considered  as  a  form  of  ethical violation or  misconduct. Official  documents obtained from  the  UK  Department of Health  (DH) and the Joint  Committee  on  Vaccination   and  Immunisation  (JCVI) reveal  that  the  British  health authorities  have  been  engaging  in  such  practice  for   the  last  30  years,  apparently  for   the  sole purpose of protecting the national vaccination program.Here I present the documentation which  appears  to show that the  JCVI made  continuous efforts to withhold  critical  data  on  severe  adverse  reactions  and  contraindications  to  vaccinations  to  both parents  and  health  practitioners  in  order  to  reach  overall  vaccination  rates  which  they  deemed were necessary for  “herd immunity”, a concept which  with  regards to vaccination, and  contrary to prevalent beliefs, does not rest on solid scientific evidence as will  be  explained.

The  vaccination  policy  and  the  Code  of  Practice  of  the Joint  Committee  on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI): are they at odds?
In 1990, the recruitment of soldiers commenced for preparation to fight against Iraq in the Gulf War. On January 4, 1991, mass vaccination programs began, supposedly to protect the soldiers against the chemical warfare with which they may or may not come into contact.
The soldiers reported being vaccinated with several vaccinations. In a witness statement, Mr. Richard Turnbull told the court that he had received the following vaccinations and a few that he could not remember:

Bubonic Plague
Yellow Fever
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B

We know that this list of vaccines should have also included the now discontinued MMR vaccination, Pluserix and the pertussis vaccination.
This is because the original supply agreement between the UK government and SmithKline & French shows that SmithKline & French agreed to distribute 1,400,000 Pluserix vaccinations (Urabe MMR) to the UK for use on the UK’s babies and the armed forces.

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