January 19, 2018
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"My People Are Destroyed For Lack Of Knowledge" (Hosea 4:6)
☤ DIRECT CORRELATION BETWEEN VACCINES AND TICS DISORDERS, TOURETTE SYNDROME
A Consistent Body Of Evidence Counters CDC Claims
Brian S. Hooker, Ph.D., P.E. | World Mercury Project
CDC Whistleblower, Dr. William Thompson reveals the relationship between thimerosal and tics, based on CDC’s own publications. Dr. Thompson and Dr Hooker published an editorial piece that appeared in the winter 2017 edition of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, regarding thimerosal and tics (both motor and phonic) which is quite compelling. Several of the CDC’s own studies show that high levels of thimerosal exposure via infant vaccines can lead to tics later in life, Dr. Thompson showed a clear, statistically significant increase in both motor and phonic tics in boys in a high thimerosal exposure group as compared to a low thimerosal exposure group. This is not the only time that CDC has addressed the issue of thimerosal and tics. Earlier, a relationship between thimerosal exposure in tics and all children was seen in the Verstraeten 2003 study. This relationship was dismissed by the study authors as it was not seen consistently in all 3 Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) studied. A review of study data obtained through FOIA showed a bias against reporting positive results, yet the tic association remained. Also, in a study of children in the United Kingdom, tics were seen more often in children exposed to higher levels of thimerosal. In each exposure category studied, this relationship was statistically significant. It should be noted that CDC was directly involved in making the decision to fund the UK study and was apprised of the analyses prior to publication. The relationship between thimerosal exposure and tics has also been established in literature outside of CDC’s involvement. In 2015, a study by Dr. Geier showed a higher incidence of tics in both boys and girls exposed to thimerosal (via the Hepatitis B vaccine).
☇ 36 MIILION THIMEROSAL–CONTAINING FLU SHOTS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED IN THE U.S. FOR THE 2017-18 "FLU SEASON"
These Mercury Laden Vaccines Will Be Given To Infants As Young As 6 Months Of Age And Pregnant Women In Any Trimester
When patients question the continued use of mercury in flu vaccines, they are often told it is just a "trace amount" and not harmful. A trace amount of thimerosal is defined by the FDA as being 1 microgram (mcg) of mercury or less. Flu vaccines for pregnant women may contain 25 micrograms of mercury and pediatric flu shots for infants younger than one year contain 12.5 micrograms mercury. It is estimated that up to 36 million thimerosal–containing flu shots will be distributed in the U.S. for the 2017–18 "flu season." These vaccines will be given to infants as young as 6 months of age and pregnant women, in any trimester of pregnancy. The CDC could have also commissioned the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to further investigate the literature regarding the neurological effects of thimerosal in vaccines, especially after the 2007 Thompson et al. study showed a definitive relationship between thimerosal and tics. After all, the IOM’s final word regarding thimerosal was the 2001 Immunization Safety Review Committee report which stated that the relationship between thimerosal and neurodevelopmental disorders was "biologically plausible." This would at a minimum require some type of "revisiting" given the new and compelling data elucidated by Thompson et al. (2007) as well as Verstraeten et al. (2003) and Andrews et al. (2004). However, when the CDC again commissioned the IOM to investigate vaccine adverse events in 2009, leading to a report released in 2011, the IOM committee was never tasked with investigating any adverse events associated with thimerosal.
☣ NATIONAL VACCINE INJURY COMPENSATION PROGRAM – A BIASED PRESENTATION OF THIMEROSAL
Tics Were Not Added To The Vaccine Injury Table
Very recently, one Federal Agency was going to take the relationship between thimerosal exposure and tics seriously. In December 2017, the Advisory Committee on Childhood Vaccines (ACCV), the body that determines which vaccine injuries warrant compensation from the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP), considered adding tics as an injury to the "vaccine injury table" for which compensation should be received. This was on the basis of a separate citizen’s petition to allow tics to be added to the "table" and thus qualify for compensation. However, it appears that Dr. Mary Nythel Rubin, the DHHS official assigned to evaluate the relationship between thimerosal and tics was "asleep at the switch" as the material she presented to the ACCV was one–sided, inadequate and inaccurate. Much of the literature supporting the relationship between thimerosal and tics was omitted from her presentation or was misrepresented as having nothing to do with tics (e.g., the Verstraeten et al. 2003 and Andrews et al. 2004 papers). Based on this biased presentation, the ACCV voted to dismiss the petition and tics were not added to the vaccine injury table.
✙ PRO–CHOICE: PREGNANT WOMAN FIRED FOR REFUSING FLU VACCINE
Where Is The Outcry From The Left?
Where is Planned Parenthood when a pregnant woman’s choice is violated and her health is threatened by an employer demanding a flu vaccine?
❖ YES! VACCINES ARE MADE IN CHINA
Are Chinese Ingredients In Our Vaccines Harmful?
Despite the "safe and effective" line that Doctors always repeat, many of our vaccines are made with ingredients from China where producers are allowed to function with much less oversight than in Europe or America. The prequalification of the Japanese encephalitis vaccine in China is a big step forward. Vaxopedia claims that although plenty of vaccines are made in China, the vaccines that are used in the United States are not, although anti–vaccine folks use this as a talking point to scare parents away from vaccinating and protecting their kids. It is easy to understand the concern about all of the reports of problems with lead in the paint of toys, pet food that contained melamine that poisoned dogs and cats, and other products that are made in China, as there were once a lot of recalled products that had been made in China, including the: toothpaste recall, which contained a poisonous chemical, diethylene glycol (DEG). Two vaccines that the World Health Organization lists as priority vaccines for prequalification and that are made by Chinese vaccine manufacturers.
℞ VACCINE ADVOCATE$ REPORTEDLY FUNDED BY VACCINE MAKER$ - FOLLOW THE MONEY
World Mercury Project: Chairman Robert F Kennedy, Jr. Dare To Counter False Claims About Vaccine Safety
World Mercury Project
Two highly biased organizaitons, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC), have been attacking World Mercury Project and its Chairman, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. for daring to counter false claims about vaccine safety. Yet the AAP, IAC and other non–profits such as Every Child By Two (ECBT) are among the leading actors propagating misleading assertions about vaccine safety. All 3 also are actively lobbying legislators to effectively jettison informed consent in favor of mandatory vaccines. Take a closer look at these 3 particular non–profits (AAP, IAC and ECBT), which were the focus of a trenchant investigation published in November 2017. The BMJ is an international peer–reviewed medical journal that takes pride in the dictum that "knowledge for healthcare professionals and patients should be independent unbiased" [emphasis added]. The article’s author is Dr Peter Doshi, BMJ associate editor, at BMJ, he is also an assistant professor of pharmaceutical health services research at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Dr Doski dissected the funding sources and activities of the 3 vaccine advocacy organizations and asks whether they are "sufficiently independent."
Follow The Money
Vaccine advocacy organizations like to pass themselves off as credible and independent sources of information. However, as Doshi immediately points out, the 3 dominant players (AAP, IAC and ECBT) all receive corporate funding from vaccine manufacturers as well as significant government funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). AAP is also intertwined with CDC through AAP’s representation on the CDC–based Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices ACIP, the influential committee that meets several times annually to formulate childhood and adult vaccine schedule recommendations. The light that Dr Doshi shines on the vaccine advocacy organizations’ intentionally opaque finances is one of the most significant contributions. Dr Doshi shows that, over the past decade, CDC has been a "steady funder" of all 3 non–profits. AAP has received roughly $20 million from CDC since 2009, over a third of which ($7 million) was explicitly vaccine–related. The IAC received over $2 million in CDC vaccine–related funding over the same time frame, and a third of ECBT’s annual contributions comes from CDC. By painstakingly ferreting out and perusing various online and print sources, Dr Doshi confirmed that all 3 organizations receive financial support from vaccine manufacturers.
|Organization ||Type/Amount of Vaccine Manufacturer Funding|
|AAP || |
- "Corporate donors": Merck, Pfizer, Sanofi Pasteur, GlaxoSmithKline, MedImmune, Seqirus
- At least $1 million given by Merck and Pfizer
|IAC || |
- "Supporters and partners": AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck Sharp and Dohme, Pfizer, Sanofi Pasteur, Seqirus
- $1.3 million in "non–governmental contributions" in fiscal year 2016
|ECBT || |
- Funding: Merck, Pfizer, Sanofi Pasteur
- Roughly 73% of 2015 revenue ($800,000 of $1.1 million) from "non–governmental sources"