Vaccination = A Moral Crisis

The following is a link concerning acidic vaccines
and their link to autism and other neurological dis-ease.
This link and article was uncovered by using the Freedom
of Information Act request, by John F. Kennedy Jr.
My hope is when you read this article it will be
enough to really motivate you to rally against the
powers that be who blatantly hide the truth about
the toxic acidic effects of ALL vaccines that jeopardize
the health and well-being of every child across our
country and the world! Please write your
congressman or congresswoman today and ask to put an
end to ALL mandatory toxic acidic vaccines.

According to Dr. Robert O. Young, “vaccinations are all
acidic and toxic to the body and provide no true immunity.
True immunity is found in a person who is maintaining the
alkaline design of their body fluids at 7.365 or better
with an alkaline lifestyle and diet!”

Uncovered via the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT reported

Deadly Immunity

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. investigates the government
cover-up of a mercury/autism scandal


In June 2000, a group of top government scientists
and health officials gathered for a meeting at the
isolated Simpsonwood conference center in Norcross,
Georgia. Convened by the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention, the meeting was held at this Methodist
retreat center, nestled in wooded farmland next to
the Chattahoochee River, to ensure complete secrecy.
The agency had issued no public announcement of the
session — only private invitations to fifty-two
attendees. There were high-level officials from the
CDC and the Food and Drug Administration, the top
vaccine specialist from the World Health Organization
in Geneva and representatives of every major vaccine
manufacturer, including GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Wyeth
and Aventis Pasteur. All of the scientific data under
discussion, CDC officials repeatedly reminded the
participants, was strictly “embargoed.” There would
be no making photocopies of documents, no taking
papers with them when they left.

The federal officials and industry representatives
had assembled to discuss a disturbing new study that
raised alarming questions about the safety of a host
of common childhood vaccines administered to infants
and young children. According to a CDC epidemiologist
named Tom Verstraeten, who had analyzed the agency’s
massive database containing the medical records of
100,000 children, a mercury-based preservative in the
vaccines — thimerosal — appeared to be responsible
for a dramatic increase in autism and a host of other
neurological disorders among children. “I was actually
stunned by what I saw,” Verstraeten told those assembled
at Simpsonwood, citing the staggering number of earlier
studies that indicate a link between thimerosal and
speech delays, attention-deficit disorder, hyperactivity
and autism. Since 1991, when the CDC and the FDA
had recommended that three additional vaccines laced
with the preservative be given to extremely young
infants — in one case, within hours of birth —
the estimated number of cases of autism had
increased fifteenfold, from one in every 2,500
children to one in 166 children.

Even for scientists and doctors accustomed to confronting
issues of life and death, the findings were frightening.
“You can play with this all you want,” Dr. Bill Weil,
a consultant for the American Academy of Pediatrics,
told the group. The results “are statistically
significant.” Dr. Richard Johnston, an immunologist
and pediatrician from the University of Colorado whose
grandson had been born early on the morning of the
meeting’sfirst day, was even more alarmed. “My gut
feeling?” he said. “Forgive this personal comment —
I do not want my grandson to get a thimerosal-containing
vaccine until we know better what is going on.”

But instead of taking immediate steps to alert the public
and rid the vaccine supply of thimerosal, the officials
and executives at Simpsonwood spent most of the next
two days discussing how to cover up the damaging data.
According to transcripts obtained under the Freedom of
Information Act, many at the meeting were concerned
about how the damaging revelations about thimerosal
would affect the vaccine industry’s bottom line. “We
are in a bad position from the standpoint of defending
any lawsuits,” said Dr. Robert Brent, a pediatrician
at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Delaware.
“This will be a resource to our very busy plaintiff
attorneys in this country.” Dr. Bob Chen, head of
vaccine safety for the CDC, expressed relief that
“given the sensitivity of the information, we have
been able to keep it out of the hands of, let’s say,
less responsible hands.” Dr. John Clements, vaccines
adviser at the World Health Organization, declared
flatly that the study “should not have been done at
all” and warned that the results “will be taken by
others and will be used in ways beyond the control of
this group. The research results have to be handled.”

In fact, the government has proved to be far more
adept at handling the damage than at protecting
children’s health. The CDC paid the Institute of
Medicine to conduct a new study to whitewash the
risks of thimerosal, ordering researchers to “rule
out” the chemical’s link to autism. It withheld
Verstraeten’s findings, even though they had been
slated for immediate publication, and told other
scientists that his original data had been “lost”
and could not be replicated. And to thwart the
Freedom of Information Act, it handed its giant
database of vaccine records over to a private company,
declaring it off-limits to researchers. By the time
Verstraeten finally published his study in 2003,
he had gone to work for GlaxoSmithKline and reworked
his data to bury the link between thimerosal and

Vaccine manufacturers had already begun to phase
thimerosal out of injections given to American
infants — but they continued to sell off their
mercury-based supplies of vaccines until last year.
The CDC and FDA gave them a hand, buying up the tainted
vaccines for export to developing countries and
allowing drug companies to continue using the
preservative in some American vaccines — including
several pediatric flu shots as well as tetanus boosters
routinely given to eleven-year-olds.

The drug companies are also getting help from powerful
lawmakers in Washington. Senate Majority Leader Bill
Frist, who has received $873,000 in contributions from
the pharmaceutical industry, has been working to
immunize vaccine makers from liability in 4,200
lawsuits that have been filed by the parents of injured
children. On five separate occasions, Frist has tried
to seal all of the government’s vaccine-related
documents — including the Simpsonwood transcripts —
and shield Eli Lilly, the developer of thimerosal,
from subpoenas. In 2002, the day after Frist quietly
slipped a rider known as the “Eli Lilly Protection
Act” into a homeland security bill, the company
contributed $10,000 to his campaign and bought 5,000
copies of his book on bioterrorism. The measure was
repealed by Congress in 2003 — but earlier this year,
Frist slipped another provision into an anti-terrorism
bill that would deny compensation to children suffering
from vaccine-related brain disorders. “The lawsuits
are of such magnitude that they could put vaccine
producers out of business and limit our capacity to
deal with a biological attack by terrorists,” says
Andy Olsen, a legislative assistant to Frist.

Even many conservatives are shocked by the government’s
effort to cover up the dangers of thimerosal. Rep.
Dan Burton, a Republican from Indiana, oversaw a
three-year investigation of thimerosal after his
grandson was diagnosed with autism. “Thimerosal
used as a preservative in vaccines is directly
related to the autism epidemic,” his House Government
Reform Committee concluded in its final report.
“This epidemic in all probability may have been
prevented or curtailed had the FDA not been asleep
at the switch regarding a lack of safety data
regarding injected thimerosal, a known neurotoxin.”
The FDA and other public-health agencies failed to
act, the committee added, out of “institutional
malfeasance for self protection” and “misplaced
protectionism of the pharmaceutical industry.”

The story of how government health agencies colluded
with Big Pharma to hide the risks of thimerosal from
the public is a chilling case study of institutional
arrogance, power and greed. I was drawn into the
controversy only reluctantly. As an attorney and
environmentalist who has spent years working on
issues of mercury toxicity, I frequently met mothers
of autistic children who were absolutely convinced
that their kids had been injured by vaccines.
Privately, I was skeptical.

I doubted that autism could be blamed on a single source,
and I certainly understood the government’s need to
reassure parents that vaccinations are safe; the
eradication of deadly childhood diseases depends on
it. I tended to agree with skeptics like Rep. Henry
Waxman, a Democrat from California, who criticized
his colleagues on the House Government Reform Committee
for leaping to conclusions about autism and vaccinations.
“Why should we scare people about immunization,” Waxman
pointed out at one hearing, “until we know the facts?”

It was only after reading the Simpsonwood transcripts,
studying the leading scientific research and talking
with many of the nation’s pre-eminent authorities on
mercury that I became convinced that the link between
thimerosal and the epidemic of childhood neurological
disorders is real. Five of my own children are members
of the Thimerosal Generation — those born between
1989 and 2003 — who received heavy doses of mercury
from vaccines. “The elementary grades are overwhelmed
with children who have symptoms of neurological or
immune-system damage,” Patti White, a school nurse,
told the House Government Reform Committee in 1999.
“Vaccines are supposed to be making us healthier;
however, in twenty-five years of nursing I have never
seen so many damaged, sick kids. Something very,
very wrong is happening to our children.”

More than 500,000 kids currently suffer from autism,
and pediatricians diagnose more than 40,000 new cases
every year. The disease was unknown until 1943, when
it was identified and diagnosed among eleven children
born in the months after thimerosal was first added
to baby vaccines in 1931.

Some skeptics dispute that the rise in autism is
caused by thimerosal-tainted vaccinations. They
argue that the increase is a result of better
diagnosis — a theory that seems questionable
at best, given that most of the new cases of autism
are clustered within a single generation of children.
“If the epidemic is truly an artifact of poor
diagnosis,” scoffs Dr. Boyd Haley, one of the
world’s authorities on mercury toxicity, “then where
are all the twenty-year-old autistics?” Other
researchers point out that Americans are exposed
to a greater cumulative “load” of mercury than
ever before, from contaminated fish to dental
fillings, and suggest that thimerosal in vaccines
may be only part of a much larger problem.
It’s a concern that certainly deserves far more
attention than it has received — but it overlooks
the fact that the mercury concentrations in
vaccines dwarf other sources of exposure to our

What is most striking is the lengths to which many
of the leading detectives have gone to ignore —
and cover up — the evidence against thimerosal.
From the very beginning, the scientific case against
the mercury additive has been overwhelming. The
preservative, which is used to stem fungi and
bacterial growth in vaccines, contains ethylmercury,
a potent neurotoxin. Truckloads of studies have
shown that mercury tends to accumulate in the brains
of primates and other animals after they are injected
with vaccines — and that the developing brains of
infants are particularly susceptible. In 1977,
a Russian study found that adults exposed to much
lower concentrations of ethylmercury than those given
to American children still suffered brain damage years
later. Russia banned thimerosal from children’s
vaccines twenty years ago, and Denmark, Austria,
Japan, Great Britain and all the Scandinavian countries
have since followed suit.

“You couldn’t even construct a study that shows
thimerosal is safe,” says Haley, who heads the
chemistry department at the University of Kentucky.
“It’s just too darn toxic. If you inject thimerosal
into an animal, its brain will sicken. If you apply
it to living tissue, the cells die. If you put it
in a petri dish, the culture dies. Knowing these
things, it would be shocking if one could inject
it into an infant without causing damage.”

Internal documents reveal that Eli Lilly, which
first developed thimerosal, knew from the start
that its product could cause damage — and even
death — in both animals and humans. In 1930, the
company tested thimerosal by administering it to
twenty-two patients with terminal meningitis, all
of whom died within weeks of being injected —
a fact Lilly didn’t bother to report in its study
declaring thimerosal safe. In 1935, researchers
at another vaccine manufacturer, Pittman-Moore,
warned Lilly that its claims about thimerosal’s
safety “did not check with ours.” Half the dogs
Pittman injected with thimerosal-based vaccines
became sick, leading researchers there to declare
the preservative “unsatisfactory as a serum intended
for use on dogs.”

In the decades that followed, the evidence against
thimerosal continued to mount. During the Second
World War, when the Department of Defense used the
preservative in vaccines on soldiers, it required
Lilly to label it “poison.” In 1967, a study in
Applied Microbiology found that thimerosal killed
mice when added to injected vaccines.

Four years later, Lilly’s own studies discerned that
thimerosal was “toxic to tissue cells” in concentrations
as low as one part per million — 100 times weaker
than the concentration in a typical vaccine. Even so,
the company continued to promote thimerosal as
“nontoxic” and also incorporated it into topical
disinfectants. In 1977, ten babies at a Toronto
hospital died when an antiseptic preserved with
thimerosal was dabbed onto their umbilical cords.

In 1982, the FDA proposed a ban on over-the-counter
products that contained thimerosal, and in 1991 the
agency considered banning it from animal vaccines.
But tragically, that same year, the CDC recommended
that infants be injected with a series of mercury-
laced vaccines. Newborns would be vaccinated for
hepatitis B within twenty-four hours of birth, and
two-month-old infants would be immunized for
haemophilus influenzae B and diphtheria-tetanus-

The drug industry knew the additional vaccines
posed a danger. The same year that the CDC approved
the new vaccines, Dr. Maurice Hilleman, one of the
fathers of Merck’s vaccine programs, warned
the company that six-month-olds who were administered
the shots would suffer dangerous exposure to mercury.
He recommended that thimerosal be discontinued,
“especially when used on infants and children,”
noting that the industry knew of nontoxic
alternatives. “The best way to go,” he added,
“is to switch to dispensing the actual vaccines
without adding preservatives.”

For Merck and other drug companies, however, the
obstacle was money. Thimerosal enables the
pharmaceutical industry to package vaccines in
vials that contain multiple doses, which require
additional protection because they are more easily
contaminated by multiple needle entries.

The larger vials cost half as much to produce as
smaller, single-dose vials, making it cheaper for
international agencies to distribute them to
impoverished regions at risk of epidemics. Faced
with this “cost consideration,” Merck ignored
Hilleman’s warnings, and government officials
continued to push more and more thimerosal-based
vaccines for children. Before 1989, American
preschoolers received only three vaccinations —
for polio, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis and
measles-mumps-rubella. A decade later, thanks
to federal recommendations, children were receiving
a total of twenty-two immunizations by the time
they reached first grade.

As the number of vaccines increased, the rate of
autism among children exploded. During the 1990s,
40 million children were injected with thimerosal-
based vaccines, receiving unprecedented levels of
mercury during a period critical for brain development.
Despite the well-documented dangers of thimerosal,
it appears that no one bothered to add up the cumulative
dose of mercury that children would receive from
the mandated vaccines. “What took the FDA so long
to do the calculations?” Peter Patriarca, director
of viral products for the agency, asked in an e-mail
to the CDC in 1999. “Why didn’t CDC and the advisory
bodies do these calculations when they rapidly
expanded the childhood immunization schedule?”

But by that time, the damage was done. Infants who
received all their vaccines, plus boosters, by the
age of six months were being injected with levels of
ethylmercury 187 times greater than the EPA’s limit
for daily exposure to methylmercury, a related
neurotoxin. Although the vaccine industry insists
that ethylmercury poses little danger because it
breaks down rapidly and is removed by the body, several
studies — including one published in April by the
National Institutes of Health — suggest that
ethylmercury is actually more toxic to developing
brains and stays in the brain longer than

Officials responsible for childhood immunizations insist
that the additional vaccines were necessary to protect
infants from disease and that thimerosal is still
essential in developing nations, which, they often
claim, cannot afford the single-dose vials that
don’t require a preservative. Dr. Paul Offit, one
of CDC’s top vaccine advisers, told me, “I think if
we really have an influenza pandemic — and certainly we
will in the next twenty years, because we always do —
there’s no way on God’s earth that we immunize 280
million people with single-dose vials. There has to
be multidose vials.”

But while public-health officials may have been well-
intentioned, many of those on the CDC advisory committee
who backed the additional vaccines had close ties to
the industry. Dr. Sam Katz, the committee’s chair, was
a paid consultant for most of the major vaccine makers
and shares a patent on a measles vaccine with Merck,
which also manufactures the hepatitis B vaccine. Dr.
Neal Halsey, another committee member, worked as a
researcher for the vaccine companies and received
honoraria from Abbott Labs for his research on the
hepatitis B vaccine.

Indeed, in the tight circle of scientists who work on
vaccines, such conflicts of interest are common. Rep.
Burton says that the CDC “routinely allows scientists
with blatant conflicts of interest to serve on
intellectual advisory committees that make
recommendations on new vaccines,” even though they
have “interests in the products and companies for
which they are supposed to be providing unbiased
oversight.” The House Government Reform Committee
discovered that four of the eight CDC advisers who
approved guidelines for a rotavirus vaccine laced
with thimerosal “had financial ties to the
pharmaceutical companies that were developing
different versions of the vaccine.”

Offit, who shares a patent on the vaccine,
acknowledged to me that he “would make money” if
his vote to approve it eventually leads to a
marketable product. But he dismissed my suggestion
that a scientist’s direct financial stake in CDC
approval might bias his judgment. “It provides no
conflict for me,” he insists. “I have simply been
informed by the process, not corrupted by it. When
I sat around that table, my sole intent was trying
to make recommendations that best benefited the
children in this country. It’s offensive to say that
physicians and public-health people are in the pocket
of industry and thus are making decisions that they
know are unsafe for children. It’s just not the way
it works.”

Other vaccine scientists and regulators gave me
similar assurances. Like Offit, they view themselves
as enlightened guardians of children’s health, proud
of their “partnerships” with pharmaceutical companies,
immune to the seductions of personal profit, besieged
by irrational activists whose anti-vaccine campaigns
are endangering children’s health. They are often
resentful of questioning. “Science,” says Offit,
“is best left to scientists.”

Still, some government officials were alarmed by
the apparent conflicts of interest. In his e-mail to
CDC administrators in 1999, Paul Patriarca of the FDA
blasted federal regulators for failing to adequately
scrutinize the danger posed by the added baby
vaccines. “I’m not sure there will be an easy way out
of the potential perception that the FDA, CDC and
immunization-policy bodies may have been asleep at
the switch re: thimerosal until now,” Patriarca wrote.
The close ties between regulatory officials and the
pharmaceutical industry, he added, “will also raise
questions about various advisory bodies regarding
aggressive recommendations for use” of thimerosal
in child vaccines.

If federal regulators and government scientists
failed to grasp the potential risks of thimerosal
over the years, no one could claim ignorance after
the secret meeting at Simpsonwood. But rather than
conduct more studies to test the link to autism and
other forms of brain damage, the CDC placed politics
over science. The agency turned its database on
childhood vaccines — which had been developed largely
at taxpayer expense — over to a private agency,
America’s Health Insurance Plans, ensuring that it
could not be used for additional research. It also
instructed the Institute of Medicine, an advisory
organization that is part of the National Academy of
Sciences, to produce a study debunking the link
between thimerosal and brain disorders. The CDC
“wants us to declare, well, that these things are
pretty safe,” Dr. Marie McCormick, who chaired the
IOM’s Immunization Safety Review Committee, told her
fellow researchers when they first met in January 2001.
“We are not ever going to come down that [autism] is
a true side effect” of thimerosal exposure. According
to transcripts of the meeting, the committee’s chief
staffer, Kathleen Stratton, predicted that the IOM
would conclude that the evidence was “inadequate to
accept or reject a causal relation” between thimerosal
and autism. That, she added, was the result “Walt
wants” — a reference to Dr. Walter Orenstein, director
of the National Immunization Program for the CDC.

For those who had devoted their lives to promoting
vaccination, the revelations about thimerosal
threatened to undermine everything they had worked
for. “We’ve got a dragon by the tail here,” said Dr.
Michael Kaback, another committee member. “The more
negative that [our] presentation is, the less likely
people are to use vaccination, immunization — and we
know what the results of that will be. We are kind
of caught in a trap. How we work our way out of the
trap, I think is the charge.”

Even in public, federal officials made it clear that
their primary goal in studying thimerosal was to
dispel doubts about vaccines. “Four current studies
are taking place to rule out the proposed link
between autism and thimerosal,” Dr. Gordon Douglas,
then-director of strategic planning for vaccine research
at the National Institutes of Health, assured a
Princeton University gathering in May 2001. “In order
to undo the harmful effects of research claiming to
link the [measles] vaccine to an elevated risk of autism,
we need to conduct and publicize additional studies to
assure parents of safety.” Douglas formerly served as
president of vaccinations for Merck, where he ignored
warnings about thimerosal’s risks.

In May of last year, the Institute of Medicine issued
its final report. Its conclusion: There is no proven
link between autism and thimerosal in vaccines. Rather
than reviewing the large body of literature describing
the toxicity of thimerosal, the report relied on four
disastrously flawed epidemiological studies examining
European countries, where children received much smaller
doses of thimerosal than American kids. It also cited a
new version of the Verstraeten study, published in the
journal Pediatrics, that had been reworked to reduce
the link between thimerosal and autism. The new study
included children too young to have been diagnosed
with autism and overlooked others who showed signs
of the disease. The IOM declared the case closed and —
in a startling position for a scientific body —
recommended that no further research be conducted.

The report may have satisfied the CDC, but it convinced no
one! Rep. David Weldon, a Republican physician from
Florida who serves on the House Government Reform
Committee, attacked the Institute of Medicine, saying
it relied on a handful of studies that were “fatally
flawed” by “poor design” and failed to represent “all
the available scientific and medical research.” CDC
officials are not interested in an honest search for
the truth, Weldon told me, because “an association
between vaccines and autism would force them to admit
that their policies irreparably damaged thousands of
children. Who would want to make that conclusion
about themselves?”

Under pressure from congress, parents and a few of its
own panel members, the Institute of Medicine reluctantly
convened a second panel to review the findings of the
first. In February, the new panel, composed of
different scientists, criticized the earlier panel
for its lack of transparency and urged the CDC to
make its vaccine database available to the public.

So far, though, only two scientists have managed to
gain access. Dr. Mark Geier, president of the
Genetics Center of America, and his son, David,
spent a year battling to obtain the medical records
from the CDC. Since August 2002, when members of
Congress pressured the agency to turn over the data, the
Geiers have completed six studies that demonstrate a
powerful correlation between thimerosal and
neurological damage in children. One study, which
compares the cumulative dose of mercury received by
children born between 1981 and 1985 with those born
between 1990 and 1996, found a “very significant
relationship” between autism and vaccines. Another
study of educational performance found that kids who
received higher doses of thimerosal in vaccines were
nearly three times as likely to be diagnosed with
autism and more than three times as likely to suffer
from speech disorders and mental retardation. Another
soon-to-be published study shows that autism rates
are in decline following the recent elimination of
thimerosal from most vaccines.

As the federal government worked to prevent scientists
from studying vaccines, others have stepped in to study
the link to autism. In April, reporter Dan Olmsted of
UPI undertook one of the more interesting studies
himself. Searching for children who had not been
exposed to mercury in vaccines — the kind of population
that scientists typically use as a “control” in
experiments — Olmsted scoured the Amish of Lancaster
County, Pennsylvania, who refuse to immunize their
infants. Given the national rate of autism, Olmsted
calculated that there should be 130 autistics among
the Amish. He found only four. One had been exposed
to high levels of mercury from a power plant. The other
three — including one child adopted from outside
the Amish community — had received their vaccines.

At the state level, many officials have also conducted
in-depth reviews of thimerosal. While the Institute
of Medicine was busy whitewashing the risks, the Iowa
legislature was carefully combing through all of the
available scientific and biological data. “After three
years of review, I became convinced there was sufficient
credible research to show a link between mercury and
the increased incidences in autism,” says state Sen.
Ken Veenstra, a Republican who oversaw the investigation.
“The fact that Iowa’s 700 percent increase in autism
began in the 1990s, right after more and more vaccines
were added to the children’s vaccine schedules, is solid
evidence alone.” Last year, Iowa became the first state
to ban mercury in vaccines, followed by California.
Similar bans are now under consideration in thirty-two
other states.

But instead of following suit, the FDA continues to
allow manufacturers to include thimerosal in scores
of over-the-counter medications as well as steroids
and injected collagen. Even more alarming, the
government continues to ship vaccines preserved
with thimerosal to developing countries — some of
which are now experiencing a sudden explosion in autism
rates. In China, where the disease was virtually unknown
prior to the introduction of thimerosal by U.S.
drug manufacturers in 1999, news reports indicate that
there are now more than 1.8 million autistics. Although
reliable numbers are hard to come by, autistic disorders
also appear to be soaring in India, Argentina, Nicaragua
and other developing countries that are now using
thimerosal-laced vaccines. The World Health
Organization continues to insist thimerosal is safe, but
it promises to keep the possibility that it is linked
to neurological disorders “under review.”

I devoted time to study this issue because I believe
that this is a moral crisis that must be addressed.
If, as the evidence suggests, our public-health
authorities knowingly allowed the pharmaceutical
industry to poison an entire generation of American
children, their actions arguably constitute one of
the biggest scandals in the annals of American
medicine. “The CDC is guilty of incompetence and
gross negligence,” says Mark Blaxill, vice president
of Safe Minds, a nonprofit organization concerned
about the role of mercury in medicines. “The damage
caused by vaccine exposure is massive. It’s bigger
than asbestos, bigger than tobacco, bigger than
anything you’ve ever seen.”

It’s hard to calculate the damage to our country —
and to the international efforts to eradicate epidemic
diseases — if Third World nations come to believe
that America’s most heralded foreign-aid initiative
is poisoning their children. It’s not difficult to
predict how this scenario will be interpreted by
America’s enemies abroad. The scientists and researchers —
many of them sincere, even idealistic — who are
participating in efforts to hide the science on
thimerosal claim that they are trying to advance the
lofty goal of protecting children in developing nations
from disease pandemics. They are badly misguided.
Their failure to come clean on thimerosal will
come back horribly to haunt our country and the
world’s poorest populations.

To learn more about the toxic acidic ingredients in
all vaccinations may I suggest reading, Sick and Tired,
and the technical essay, “A Second Thought About
Viruses, Vaccines and the HIV Hypothesis.”

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2 thoughts on “Vaccination = A Moral Crisis”

  1. Could you please post links to any of your sources obtained via the Freedom of Information Act. It seems a bit disingenuous to make reference to these documents without providing access to them.



    Dr. Andrew Wakefield did research on Autism and actually altered the medical histories of the the 12 patients whose cases he used in his 1998 study that was supposed to show that vaccinations lead to autism.

    After he released his study which was widely reported in the media, vaccination rates dropped precipitously and rates of infection for measles and other childhood diseases usually prevented by these vaccines soared. And yes there were some unnecessary deaths.

    The really interesting part is this from an article about the topic on CNN:

    “Wakefield has been unable to reproduce his results in the face of criticism, and other researchers have been unable to match them. Most of his co-authors withdrew their names from the study in 2004 after learning he had had been paid by a law firm that intended to sue vaccine manufacturers — a serious conflict of interest he failed to disclose.”

    “According to BMJ, Wakefield received more than 435,000 pounds ($674,000) from the lawyers. Godlee said the study shows that of the 12 cases Wakefield examined in his paper, five showed developmental problems before receiving the MMR vaccine and three never had autism.”

    So Wakefield was paid to find evidence that vaccines lead to autism and he created his own “evidence” that he and no other scientist has been able to duplicate.

    Here's a link to one of many articles describing this fraudulent “research”


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