Vaccinated Population Spreads Mumps Across The Country
Rob Dew and Alex Jones expose how fully vaccinated individuals are catching the mumps virus.
Stirile PRO TV – SCANDALOS ! Vaccinul BCG (anti-tuberculoza) cauzeaza… tuberculoza
Inclusiv medicii admit ca acest ser, importat de Ministerul Sanatatii din Danemarca, da reactii mult mai severe fata de cel care se producea in trecut la ”Institutul Cantacuzino”.
In plus, ei sunt nevoiti sa le aplice tratamente extrem de dure unor prunci de cateva luni.
Luca are sapte luni si jumatate. A fost vaccinat in a doua zi de viata cu un ser contra tuberculozei produs in Danemarca. Dupa doua luni au aparut primele reactii adverse.
”Am ajuns la pediatru si ne-a zis adenopatie axilara de la vaccin. Un ganglion umflat. Au fost analize la sange, suc gastric, radiografie la plamani. Ne-a trimis direct la chirurg, la incizie. Era plin de puroi”, spune mama lui Luca.
Apoi a urmat un lung tratament pe baza de antiobiotic. Culmea, acelasi folosit pentru tratarea tuberculozei. Mama lui mai povesteste ca la spital a intalnit si alte femei in aceeasi situatie. Copii de numai cateva luni care sufereau teribil, dupa cum recunosc si specialistii.
Zeci de parinti au facut plangeri la directiile de sanatate publica cerand sa fie schimbat acest vaccin.
Raspunsul il dau cei de la Ministerul Sanatatii. Vaccinul BCG cu tulpina Coopenhaga a ajuns pe piata din Romania de mai putin de un an, dupa ce Institutul Cantacuzino a incetat sa mai produca serul.
Ministerul admite ca au fost semnalate peste o suta de cazuri cu reactii adverse, dar sustine ca situatia nu este una grava si ca de multe ori ar fi fost vina medicilor care au gresit dozajul.
Specialistii recunosc ca in cazul vaccinului de la Cantacuzino, incidenta de reactii adverse era de sapte ori mai mica.
Adevarul despre vaccinuri. Fostul ministru al Sanatatii din Finlanda rupe tacerea
90% Of Pregnant Women Refusing Flu Shot
Pregnant women are a demographic that pharmaceutical companies rely on for heavy profits. And whenever they are looking to further enhance their bottom lines, it is one of the first demographics they turn to. Pregnant women are typically keen on doing everything they can to make sure they not only have a healthy baby, but maintain the pregnancy. Interestingly enough, however, most pregnant women feel that the health and maintenance of their fetuses means NOT getting the suggested flu shots. According to Waking Times, “most” means 90% of them. Being honest here, that makes me feel pretty happy. Sadly, Doctors feel they have this control, authority over pregnant women and also feel they can expose their internal fears and intuition. This isn’t every Doctor, clearly, but it does seem a good amount of them push the flu shot onto pregnant patients.
But the flu shot is with complications to fetuses.
Getting a flu shot during pregnancy provides unanticipated risks to the baby. Specifically, one study showed that the H1N1 vaccination during the H1N1 pandemic was associated with thousands of cases of miscarriages and stillbirths which the CDC failed to inform vaccine providers.
Current data from a 3-year reporting base is confirming previous reports that the majority of pregnant women are refusing influenza and other related vaccines that may jeopardize their health and that of their baby.
In 2011, Dr. Alessandro Bertoucci who analyzed the practices of 256 physicians treating more than 600,000 patients, reported that a staggering 91% of pregnant women are declining influenza vaccines due to fears of miscarriage and suspected toxins in the vaccine itself.
Vaccinations as a Cause of Spine, Face & Eye Asymmetry
By Erwin Alber
July 23, 2013
Between May 2003 and May 2006, Germany’s highest health authority the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) conducted a large scale survey named KIGGS to assess the physical and mental health of children and youths up to the age of 17. The study comprised 17,641 children and gathered an enormous amount of data, including their vaccination status.
Private citizens were able to obtain the raw data for a fee, which enabled Angelika Kögel-Schauz (now Angelika Müller) to make a statistical assessment of the information pertaining to vaccination, a topic she has a long-standing interest in. She has published the results in her article ‘Impfen macht krank‘.
The results of her investigation clearly show and confirmed that vaccine-free children are healthier than vaccinated children. A scoliosis, which is an abnormal curvature of the spine, was e.g. found in 5.3% of vaccinated children, while among the vaccine-free children the number of scoliosis cases was zero, which from a statistical viewpoint is a highly significant finding.
Vaccines are neurotoxic, meaning they have a particularly detrimental effect on the nervous system, including the brain. If a nerve or nerves going to the muscles which hold the spine in place are damaged by vaccines, the spine is pulled out of alignment, resulting in an abnormal curvature of the spine (scoliosis).
A collection of images of vaccine-injured children in China shows a severe case of vaccine-related scoliosis.
Why vaccinating Children against Chickenpox might give YOU Shingles
After a childhood attack of chicken pox, the virus lies dormant in the nerves until triggered in later life when it flares up as shingles. Children might soon be vaccinated against chicken pox, according to recent reports. But some experts question the need for a vaccine against an infection that’s so mild – especially when it could put thousands of elderly people at greater risk of shingles.
Chicken pox causes up to 50 deaths a year, 40 of them children, and it seems the Government’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation is considering adding a vaccine against it to the MMR jab.
But there is widespread concern about this. First because a similar MMR super jab now used in America has been found to double the risk of fits in some children.
Also the jab has raised the rate of shingles among the old – according to one U.S. study, cases have risen by 90 per cent. Here even the Government health watchdog, the Health Protection Agency, has predicted that a vaccine could cause a 20 per cent rise in shingles cases.
But how could a vaccine for children make old people ill? Chicken pox and shingles are caused by the varicella virus – after a childhood attack of chicken pox, the virus lies dormant in the nerves until triggered in later life when it flares up as shingles.
‘Every time adults come into contact with children who’ve just caught chicken pox, they get the natural equivalent of a booster shot of the virus which strengthens their resistance,’ explains Dr Phillip Welsby, an infectious diseases expert who has just retired from Western General Hospital, Edinburgh.
In the past, when a child got chicken pox their mother would invite neighbours’ children to a ‘chicken pox party’ so they, too, could become infected and get it over with.
‘What the parents usually didn’t realise was they were benefiting as well,’ says Welsby. ‘GPs, for instance, are less likely to develop shingles, because they are regularly exposed to children with chicken pox.’
However, a nationwide campaign to vaccinate children against the disease would mean adults would be exposed to fewer children with chicken pox, so they miss out on this natural booster ‘jab’.
While nearly all cases of chicken pox are pretty mild – a slight fever for a few days and small itchy blisters – shingles is often a nasty condition in the elderly. By the age of 85, 65 per cent of us will have suffered this often extremely painful disease.
It begins as a burning sensation along the nerves down which the virus is moving, followed by the rash and fever, usually lasting three to five days. But in some cases – as many as 20 per cent of those over 50 – severe pain will be there six months later.
40 per cent of sufferers will have long-lasting pain due to permanent nerve damage, according to the Shingles Support Society.
Australia Flu Vaccine Disaster
May 28, 2011
KIRSTEN and Mick Button were looking forward to a family holiday in Bali when the letter landed in their mailbox. From the West Australian Health Department, it urged them to vaccinate their children against the flu. A killer new strain of influenza, a mutant mix of human, avian and swine influenza viruses, had swept the country the previous winter, and WA was taking no chances. It offered the flu vaccine free to all children, the only state or territory to do so. “It encouraged us to protect our children,” Kirsten says of the letter. “Our four-year-old, Cooper, has asthma so we thought it was the best thing to do. When you get that letter, you are in a situation where if you don’t vaccinate, you feel like you’re not doing the right thing.”
Kirsten took Cooper and his 11-month-old sister, Saba, to their local GP for the flu shot at lunchtime on April 19 last year. On the way home in the car, Saba would not stop screaming. Back in their beachside home in the Perth suburb of Watermans Bay, Kirsten gave her little girl some Panadol to soothe her, and “she was fine all afternoon”.
After dinner, Kirsten went out for a pilates class, leaving Mick to give Saba a bottle and put her to bed at 7pm. An hour later, he heard moaning over the baby monitor. When he checked on Saba in her upstairs cot she was, Kirsten relates, “burning hot, limp like a rag doll”. Mick called his wife to let her hear their daughter’s whimpers over the phone. “I’d never heard anything like it,” Kirsten says. “I was hysterical. I couldn’t drive; my dad had to drive me back home.” While her fretful parents waited for an ambulance, Saba’s temperature was 40.2 degrees, a high fever.
“She was lying very still and groaning and moaning,” Kirsten says. “She was so white.” In the wailing ambulance, as diarrhoea seeped from Saba’s nappy, her parents panicked as they listened to the machine monitoring their baby’s heart, racing at 238 beats per minute – double the usual rate. When the ambulance arrived at Perth’s Princess Margaret Hospital, doctors and nurses were waiting out the front. Kirsten remembers hearing one of them remark, “It’s another Fluvax baby.”
When swine flu emerged from Mexico in April 2009, initial reports were that it was killing one in every 20 people infected. Within eight weeks the virus had swept across four continents, Australia included, prompting the World Health Organisation to declare the first global flu pandemic of the century. In July 2009, federal health minister Nicola Roxon warned that in a “worst-case scenario” 6000 Australians could die from the new flu that had already infected 10,000 people, killed 22 and landed 60 others in intensive care. It was highly contagious and it was striking in unpredictable ways: fit, healthy young people normally strong enough to fight off the seasonal flu were being taken down. At its worst it was causing organ failure and brain damage and fears were held for pregnant women, the elderly and people with underlying medical conditions.