Studies about vaccinated vs. unvacinated children

Studies about vaccinated vs. unvacinated children

A 20 year old study from the 1990’s has recently surfaced that compares unvaccinated children to vaccinated children. The study concludes that those who were vaccinated were more likely to suffer from the following illnesses:
–    asthma
–    eczema
–    ear infections
–    hyperactivity
–    and many other chronic conditions.
There was a 10-fold increase in cases of tonsillitis in the children who were vaccinated and a 100% absence of tonsillitis in those unvaccinated.
In 1992, the Immunization Awareness Society (IAS) conducted a survey to examine the health of New Zealand’s children. Unsurprisingly, the results of their study indicated that unvaccinated children were far healthier than vaccinated children.
During the study, another interesting fact emerged. Researchers discovered that 92 percent of the children requiring a tonsillectomy operation had received the measles vaccination, indicating that the vaccination for measles may have made some of the children more susceptible to tonsillitis

A German study released in September 2011 of about 8000 UNVACCINATED children, newborn to 19 years, show vaccinated children have at least 2 to 5 times more diseases and disorders than unvaccinated children.
The results are presented in the bar chart below; the complete data and study results are here. The data is compared to the national German KIGGS health study of the children in the general population. Most of the respondents to the survey were from the U.S.

Study
The results of our survey with currently 15320 participants show that unvaccinated children are far less affected by common diseases than vaccinated children. Due to the fact that the majority of children in the survey are between 0 and 2 years of age and some diseases generally do not appear in this age group, the results are subdivided into different age groups (you can see that by clicking on the chart). Information about country, gender, age, age distribution, breastfeeding, preferred treatment can be found here.

German filmmaker imprisoned for exposing dire Qatar World Cup worker conditions

German filmmaker imprisoned for exposing dire Qatar World Cup worker conditions

Toiling in terrible conditions, no salaries for months, passports confiscated by employers – that’s the horrendous reality for migrant workers helping with preparations for the World Cup 2022 in Qatar, as revealed by German filmmaker, Peter Giesel.

               

He and his cameraman were   detained and imprisoned after they tried to investigate the   story. The two went to Qatar following the publication of a   report in the Guardian, claiming that workers are enduring   appalling labor abuses.

Giesel said that they were arrested in their hotel rooms on   October 3 and taken to police headquarters. There, all their   equipment was impounded, and police then took the filmmakers to   the State Security prison in the suburbs of Doha. 

RT exclusively interviewed filmmaker Peter Giesel to find out   about their experiences, and what they witnessed while covering   the issue in Doha.

“We were there, in those separate cells, in [sic] the total of   21 hours. We were treated quite well, we got good food, to be   honest, but the bad thing about those 21 hours was that we   weren’t allowed a single phone call: not to our embassy, not to   our families, no one was there to tell us what the charge was   really, so we were kind of desperate in there, not having any   contact with the outside world,” Giesel stressed.

Assad did not order Syria chemical weapons attack, says German press

Assad did not order Syria chemical weapons attack, says German press

President Bashar al-Assad did not personally order last month’s chemical weapons attack near Damascus that has triggered calls for US military intervention, and blocked numerous requests from his military commanders to use chemical weapons against regime opponents in recent months, a German newspaper has reported , citing unidentified, high-level national security sources.

The intelligence findings were based on phone calls intercepted by a German surveillance ship operated by the BND, the German intelligence service, and deployed off the Syrian coast, Bild am Sonntag said. The intercepted communications suggested Assad, who is accused of war crimes by the west, including foreign secretary William Hague, was not himself involved in last month’s attack or in other instances when government forces have allegedly used chemical weapons.

Assad sought to exonerate himself from the August attack in which hundreds died. “There has been no evidence that I used chemical weapons against my own people,” he said in an interview with CBS