The world has finally started to question Big Pharma’s agenda and is demanding transparency, but there are still some things that we don’t know which may influence our willingness to vaccinate our children.
Not long ago, a Congressional bill to force mandatory vaccinations across the United States entered the House of Representatives under the name HR 2232 or “Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015.” The bill resembles the one that passed in California a few months ago and requires all state public schools across the U.S. to mandate vaccination of their enrolled students to receive federal aid money.
The New York Times wrote a few months ago that Pfizer, one of the biggest players in the pharmaceutical industry, was taking steps to promote vaccines to be used “from cradle to grave.” In November 2015, South Africa’s Business Day revealed that Pfizer signed a multi-million deal with a South African company to develop a new “six-in-one” pneumonia vaccine for children.
More and more people are currently questioning the necessity and safety of vaccines due to controversial additives, but according to March Against Monsanto, there are a lot of details that we don’t know, including the list of ingredients.
Some vaccines are made of cells from aborted foetus, according to the package of a measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) virus vaccine. The website claims that WI-38 and MRC-5, two aborted foetal cell lines have been grown under laboratory conditions since the 1960s.
Other vaccines include serum from aborted calf foetus blood, which offers a nutrient broth for viruses to grow in cells. “After slaughter and bleeding of the cow at an abattoir, the mother’s uterus containing the calf foetus is removed during the evisceration process [removal of the mother’s internal organs] and transferred to the blood collection room. A needle is then inserted between the foetus’ ribs directly into its heart and the blood is vacuumed into a sterile collection bag. […] Once collected, the blood is allowed to clot at room temperature and the serum separated through a process known as refrigerated centrifugation,” according to the Humane Research Australia website.
One controversial ingredient is monkey kidney tissue, which is used to support the growth of certain viruses. This ingredient is highly controversial because according to the Congressional papers of American virologist and epidemiologist Bernice Eddy, the “only serious vaccine crisis that has occurred since the polio episode [in the 1950s] was the realization in mid-1961that a monkey virus later shown to cause tumours in hamsters was contaminating both polio and adenovirus vaccines.” Mouse brain and chicken embryos and two other ingredients that some vaccines contain, Vactruth reported.
According to a blog post by health expert David Wolfe, the vaccine cocktail contains potentially harmful preservatives, animal tissue cultures, heavy metals, gelatin and other compounds. The co-founder of TheBestDayEver.com online health magazine emphasized that people should have the choice to refuse to vaccinate themselves and their families because forcing others to accept vaccination is a violation of a basic human right, namely to protect themselves and their families from danger. “Nobody should be forced to play vaccine roulette,” Wolfe said.
Wolfe referred to Trace Amounts, a documentary which exposes a long history of deception by the United States’ Centres for Disease Control regarding the issue of mercury in vaccines. It depicts the journey of Eric Gladen through mercury poisoning which he thinks resulted from a thimerosal-loaded tetanus vaccine. After he was diagnosed with autism-like symptoms at the age of 29, Eric wanted to find the truth about the role of mercury poisoning in the autism epidemic.
In 2015, comedian Jim Carrey took to Twitter to speak out against California Governor Jerry Brown and the new law requiring all schoolchildren be vaccinated. The actor accused the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) of being “corrupt” and painted the Governor as a “corporate fascist that must be stopped.” Carrey said in a tweet that “California Gov says yet to poisoning children with mercury and aluminum in mandatory vaccines.” In another tweet, the comedian claimed he is not anti-vaccine, but anti-thimerosal and anti-mercury.