It's no secret that vaccines are not completely safe for everyone, it's clearly not a 'one size fits all' product, and that's evident by the fact that nearly $4 billion has been paid out to families of vaccine injured children via the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA). As astronomical as the monetary awards are, they're even more alarming considering that only an estimated 1% of vaccine injuries are even reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS).
If the numbers from VAERS are correct – only 1% of vaccine injuries are reported and only 1/3 of the petitions are compensated – then up to 99% of vaccine injuries go unreported and the families of the vast majority of people injured by vaccines are picking up the costs, once again, for vaccine makers' flawed products. According to a MedAlerts search of the FDA Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database, as of 2/5/19, the cumulative raw count of adverse events from measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines alone was: 93,929 adverse events, 1,810 disabilities, 6,902 hospitalizations, and 463 deaths.
The information above is something I've shared multiple times in multiple articles, backed up by sources. The idea that vaccines are completely safe for everyone is a narrative that runs rampant throughout the mainstream and within the minds of most people. Furthermore, many people have been made to believe that unvaccinated children are actually a threat to vaccinated children, and that all should be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity. The main motivation behind compulsory vaccine initiatives is "herd immunity."
The idea is that the more people that are vaccinated, the more protection there will be for the whole. The public health establishment borrowed the herd immunity concept from pre-vaccine observations of natural disease outbreaks. Then, without any apparent supporting science, officials applied the concept to vaccinations, using it not only to justify mass vaccinations, but to guilt-trip anyone objecting to the nation's increasingly onerous vaccine mandates as well.
An analysis in the Oregon Law Review by New York University (NYU) legal scholars Mary Holland and Chase E. Zachary (who also has a Princeton-conferred doctorate in chemistry), showed that 60 years of compulsory vaccine policies "have not attained herd immunity for any childhood disease." It is time, they suggest, to cast aside coercion in favor of voluntary choice.
Again, the point is that herd immunity can't exist unless vaccines are 100 percent safe.
This is what has recently happened in Sacramento, with the passing of SB 276, by Senator Richard Pan. The bill eliminated nearly all vaccine medical exemptions. Under this bill, politicians, not physicians, are in charge of deciding whether or not children may receive medical exemptions, which in turn would determine whether or not they can attend school.
There are also a number of safety issues that vaccine awareness advocates are raising, like the fact that vaccines are exempt from double blind placebo studies, the standard study used to determine the safety of most medications. In fact, vaccines have not gone through any appropriate safety testing.
When it comes to vaccine ingredients, it's virtually unknown where these ingredients are going. Recent studies have shown that injected aluminum actually stays inside of the body and travels to distant organs, eventually ending up in the brain. You can access multiple studies on aluminum bioaccumulation from vaccines here.
These studies trigger no response from our federal health regulatory agencies, only silence. Perhaps it's because they have huge implications…
The National Order of Biologists made a €10,000 donation to a group that questions the safety of vaccines. The Infanrix Hexa vaccine was the first one tested, and results showed no trace of antigens and a high level of contamination. You can read more about that here.
I don't go deep into this within this article, but there are a number of concerns and points that clearly show that mandatory vaccinations should not move forward, and that freedom of choice should always exist.
I recently came across a post by MIT's Dr. Stephanie Seneff via her Facebook page. As you can see below.