Medical Doctors Concerned We Are Giving America’s Children Too Many Vaccines Too Soon

Medical Doctors Concerned We Are Giving America’s Children Too Many Vaccines Too Soon
When Mark Zuckerberg posted a photo of his baby daughter on Facebook with the chipper caption, “Doctor’s visit–time for vaccines!” last January, the post garnered an enormous amount of attention: 36,255 shares, 3.4 million reactions, and 83,000 comments.
The extensive comments on the post caught the interest of some scientific researchers, who analyzed over a thousand of them. Their analysis yielded what media outlets described as a “surprising” result: the “anti”-vaccine comments were more scientifically based and carefully worded than the “pro”-vaccine comments.
In the words of the researchers: “Although the anti-vaccination stance is not scientifically-based, comments showed evidence of greater analytical thinking, and more references to health and the body. In contrast, pro-vaccination comments demonstrated greater comparative anxiety, with a particular focus on family and social processes.” (My emphasis.)
The problem responsible scientists are faced with right now is that the evidence is accumulating that the CDC’s childhood vaccine schedule is not scientifically-based. The medical doctors, academic researchers, citizen scientists, and concerned parents who are taking the time to read the science and educate themselves about what we know and what we don’t about vaccines are all coming to the same conclusion: something is very wrong with today’s childhood vaccine recommendations. Our current medical recommendations seem to be harming children’s bodies and their brains.
Let’s hear from a few of those on-the-ground medical doctors themselves. These are not crackpots. These are not crystal-slinging tree-hugging hippies. These are top doctors and thought leaders, physicians who care deeply about the health of our children and our nation. So what do they have to say?
Bose Ravenel believes that vaccines are triggering autism in susceptible children
“There is clearly a relationship between vaccines and autism,” –Dr. Bose Ravenel, M.D.
Dr. Ravenel is a doctor based in Winston Salem, North Carolina and who has been practicing medicine for over 40 years. He used to be the first to dismiss the idea that vaccines might be contributing to autism. Why? Because he blindly followed the medical establishment and did not bother to do any research for himself. Denying a causal link between vaccines and autism was the most comfortable position to take. He chose his words very carefully when I interviewed him: “to say that ‘vaccines cause autism’ is an inaccurate, non-nuanced statement. At the same time, to say that ‘vaccines don’t cause autism’ is also inaccurate. In certain conditions, like with mitochondrial dysfunction, vaccines certainly can cause autism or contribute to it.”

A pediatric nurse testimony about vaccines: “To anyone that I inadvertently hurt by giving a vaccine, believe me when I say, I did not know . . . “

“To anyone that I inadvertently hurt by giving a vaccine, believe me when I say, I did not know . . . “
“We did not know . . . We should have known as nurses; we should have known and read it and confronted the doctors . . . ”
Ruth is a 40 year pediatric nurse who worked in a children’s hospital setting for many years before joining a pediatrician’s office where she gave hundreds of vaccines.  In the video below, Ruth humbly and bravely talks about how little nurses and physicians know about vaccines and how that lack of knowledge has resulted in devastating harm.

” . . . We never saw the package inserts . . . I guess the inserts get thrown away . . .”
“What I really want to tell the parents of all of these children is there’s no excuse that I didn’t know; but so many of us did not do this intentionally . . . so many of us did not know . . . ”
“I’m trying to educate everyone that I can, and I don’t give a damn what they think about me;
it doesn’t matter . . . but to anyone that I inadvertently may have given a vaccine to*,
believe me when I say, I did not know . . . ”
I can’t be bullied.  I’ve come too far in  my nursing career . . .
and I’m not afraid to speak . . . I can’t change any of this; all I can do is help.”
*After recording this video, Ruth shared that she actually wanted to say . . . “To anyone that I inadvertently hurt by giving a vaccine, believe me when I say, I did not know . . . ”  Thank you and God bless you, Ruth, for your integrity, your honesty and your humility. For more healthcare professionals who are speaking out, click here and also visit “Doctors Speak.”

Media Blackout as White House Issues Executive Order Giving Broad Powers to ‘Global Health Security Agenda’ for Infectious Disease Threats

Media Blackout as White House Issues Executive Order Giving Broad Powers to ‘Global Health Security Agenda’ for Infectious Disease Threats
On Friday, November 4, a new executive order was signed titled “Advancing the Global Health Security Agenda to Achieve a World Safe and Secure from Infectious Disease Threats,” giving the United States government, military and other worldwide partner organizations new powers to respond to what they deem as “biological threats” that may potentially emerge.
Usually referring to disease outbreaks or perhaps even biological weapons, the nearly 2,500-word document (which can be found on WhiteHouse.gov by clicking here) is vague about what such a plan may entail. But speculation is that it could involve some sort of major medical or vaccine-driven response — with no mention as to whether consent of the people will be included.

Executive Order — Advancing the Global Health Security Agenda to Achieve a World Safe and Secure from Infectious Disease Threats
ADVANCING THE GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY AGENDA TO ACHIEVE
A WORLD SAFE AND SECURE FROM INFECTIOUS DISEASE THREATS
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Policy. As articulated in the National Strategy for Countering Biological Threats and implemented in Presidential Policy Directive 2 (PPD-2), promoting global health security is a core tenet of our national strategy for countering biological threats. No single nation can be prepared if other nations remain unprepared to counter biological threats; therefore, it is the policy of the United States to advance the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), which is a multi-faceted, multi-country initiative intended to accelerate partner countries’ measurable capabilities to achieve specific targets to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats (GHSA targets), whether naturally occurring, deliberate, or accidental. The roles, responsibilities, and activities described in this order will support the goals of the International Health Regulations (IHR) and will be conducted, as appropriate, in coordination with the World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction, the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), and other relevant organizations and stakeholders. To advance the achievement of the GHSA targets and to support the implementation of the IHR within partner countries, each executive department, agency, and office (agency) shall, as appropriate, partner, consult, and coordinate with other governments, international financial institutions, international organizations, regional organizations, economic communities, and nongovernmental stakeholders, including the private sector.

How Big Pharma Plans to Fool You Into Giving Gardasil to Your Child

How Big Pharma Plans to Fool You Into Giving Gardasil to Your Child
Trust in the HPV vaccines is extremely low due to pressing concerns about safety and effectiveness. Many medical doctors concur. A prominent MD in women’s health writes about how Gardasil is gutting rather than “guarding” our youth. The American College of Pediatricians has officially sounded the alarm about Gardasil and how it is triggering premature ovarian failure (infertility) in young girls at an alarming rate.
In Japan, a class action lawsuit is in process with dozens of families suing the vaccine manufacturers for the debilitating health effects suffered by their daughters (1).  In addition, the Japanese government suspended the HPV vaccine in 2013 in response to numerous cases of serious adverse events.
In the United States, citizens are barred from suing vaccine manufacturers per the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986. The only way to get compensation for vaccine injuries in the USA is from the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVCP). The stark reality is that vaccine injured kids are rarely compensated, however. Two out of every three applicants are denied recompense. Those fortunate enough to receive compensation must wait years or even a decade or more! Despite the few parents of vaccine injured children receiving any compensation whatsoever, the NVCP paid out over $3 billion dollars in claims through 2010 (2).
Instead of withdrawing the dangerous HPV vaccines from the market or attempting to reformulate them to make them safe, vaccine manufacturers have chosen the stealth route to get parents to comply.

New Concerns about the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine
American College of Pediatricians – January 2016
It has recently come to the attention of the College that one of the recommended vaccines could possibly be associated with the very rare but serious condition of premature ovarian failure (POF), also known as premature menopause.