Sweden abandoned the whooping cough vaccine in 1979. Why? Out of 5,140 cases of whooping cough in 1978, it was found that 84 percent had been vaccinated at least three times. You may find this report in the BMJ 283:696-697, 1981.
The CDC Vaccine Advisory Committee and its members get money from vaccine manufacturers. They even own stock in vaccine companies and get paid to conduct research. As of 2003, the CDC has had 28 licensing agreements with companies and at least one university for vaccines.
Vaccines once endorsed by the CDC were pulled off the market after infants (and even some adults) had serious reactions. People had to die for the CDC to admit to any wrongdoing.
Take the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, Gardasil, for example. Several young girls died within minutes to hours after their jab. This vaccine has a 400 percent higher adverse-effect rate than the average run-of-the-mill vaccine on the market. Gardasil is associated with twice as many emergency room visits, four times as many deaths, four times as many heart attacks, seven times as many "disabled" reports and 15 times as many strokes. Fainting is the most common side effect, yet no one has bothered to question it.
Also keep in mind that all reported cases of blood clots and heart attacks associated with Gardasil -occurred when the vaccine was given alone, not in conjunction with other drugs. Clearly the cons, being death, outweigh the pros – yet this product is still encouraged by its maker and the U.S. government. What is behind the push? Profit.
A 1993 federal "Immunization Initiative" gave all U.S. states more than $400 million in vaccine incentives and a $100 bounty for each child vaccinated with the shots the federal government recommended.
According to the February 1981 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 90 percent of obstetricians and 66 percent of pediatricians refused to take the rubella vaccine, and in 1990 a British survey showed that over 50 percent of doctors in the UK rejected the Hepatitis B vaccine. (British Med Jnl, 27/1/90).
The ingredients in these vaccines range from formaldehyde to a host of preservatives. One may think the mercury-based preservative, thimerosal, tops the list of offenders, however, the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine contains something far more disturbing – human diploid cells from human aborted fetal tissue.
For those who oppose abortion, this is a really hard pill to swallow. Yet many who reject abortions race to get this vaccine cocktail for their infants and children.
If you are allergic or food-sensitive to eggs, dairy or meats, then you are out of luck too. You will find albumin (eggs), calf serum and skins, monkey kidney cells, gelatin, chick embryonic fluid, guinea pig embryo cells, albumin from human blood and rhesus monkey fetal lung cells, just to name a few.
For vegetarians and vegans, this can be a huge blow. Many who are uneducated on this topic have absolutely no idea what they are putting into their bodies. There is nothing on the market, with regard to vaccines, that caters to vegans.
The pharmaceutical industry has made billions of dollars from the pockets of parents and insurance companies who either believe the vaccines are necessary or are forced to choose vaccinations under pressure and intimidation.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), there are currently 85% of children who are vaccinated in the United States. Note, these numbers reflect the collection of national records provided by hospitals and pediatricians. More parents are unable to afford inoculations and with the growing number of parents educated on the precipice these vaccines pose to one's health, the number may be far higher on the unvaccinated side than the AAP would like to admit.
More than $1.1 billion in claims have been paid by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program to parents of children affected by vaccines. On average, each family received nearly a million dollars each. However, the claims by the parents had to fit in the programme's extremely narrow definitions in order to qualify for compensation. The vast majority of cases against these pharmaceutical giants were dismissed or quietly settled out of court.