What is in that needle?

“What’s in that needle?”

For years conspiracy theories have been shared about how some agencies and states, push experimental drugs; on unwilling patients using them for scientific studies. From the theory that the “Tuskegee Airman Experiment” was a study designed to implant syphilis into African American men, to study their resistance to the drug; to the current theory that many of these vaccines being administered to patients today are many times untested or approved by FDA standards. It has been this theory, which has changed the way people select and manage their healthcare.

As a mother who has a extremely complicated biological make up, I am one of those who subscribes, that you never know what or who is treating you for the purpose of making a profit, pushing studies and endorsing special interest; or caring for my medical concerns based on my immediate needs.

A recent study conducted by the CDC found that children who were vaccinated (but not fully) tend to come from homes run by poor, unmarried, badly educated mothers who trust their doctors, whereas children who were never vaccinated tend to come from homes where they are well-provided for, with married parents who possess a college degree and do not permit doctors to influence their vaccination decisions. [Fox, Maggie. “Reasons Differ for Unvaccination and Undervaccination of Children.” Reuters. July 6, 2004.]

The focus of each of these studies was common childhood illnesses, not debilitating or lethal vaccine injuries. Fewer than five percent or less, of such dramatic injuries actually get reported to the Vaccine Adverse Injury Reporting System (VAERS) in the US. For various reasons which include the fact those parents are simply unaware that VAERS exists. Doctors seldom report to VAERS because it is a complicated system and would take time away from daily medical practice. Another reason the reporting rate is so low is that only adverse reactions that occur immediately after vaccination are considered. But the primary reason for low reporting may be that doctors don’t want to associate themselves with the idea of vaccination injuries, preferring instead to maintain their denial.

In 1992, a New Zealand group called the Immunization Awareness Society (IAS) surveyed 245 families with a total of 495 children. The children were divided with 226 vaccinated and 269 unvaccinated. Eighty-one families had both vaccinated and unvaccinated children. The differences were dramatic, with unvaccinated children showing far less incidence of common childhood ailments than vaccinated children (http://www.vaccineinjury.info/images/stories/ias1992study.pdf).

From a different survey in the South Island New Zealand city of Christchurch, among children born during or after 1977, none of the unvaccinated children had asthma events where nearly 25% of the vaccinated children were treated for asthma by age 10. (http://www.vaccineinjury.info/images/stories/ias1992study.pdf).

Many of the comments from non-vaccinating parents to VaccineInjury.info for the ongoing Bachmair survey mentioned vaccination danger and developing true immunity naturally were concerns (http://www.vaccineinjury.info).

The Marvelous Health of Unvaccinated Children

French pediatrician Françoise Berthoud, MD has put together further information that compares the health of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children for International Medical Council on Vaccination

Cal-Oregon Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Survey

Vaccinated boys have a 155% greater chance of having a neurological disorder like ADHD or autism than unvaccinated boys [survey of over 9,000 boys in California and Oregon]

Works Cited:

1. Alignlife.com http://alignlife.com/articles/immunity/disease-rates-of-vaccinated-vs-unvaccinated-children/

2. Vaccines and Scientific Studies http://thinktwice.com/studies.htm

3. Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated Posted on August 23, 2010 http://mdvaccinechoice.wordpress.com/2010/08/23/vaccinated-vs-unvaccinated/

Inspired and confirmed by the teachings of the The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan:)


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In Christianity a prophet (or seer) is one inspired by God through the Holy Spirit to deliver a message for a specific purpose. It is often associated with "PREDICTING" future events, but in biblical terms it is wider and can include those given the power to preach repentance to those who do not want to hear the message and to warn of God's wrath for disobedience. Deus solus me iudicare potest http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prophetess
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