by David Gutierrez
The assertion that vaccines may cause systematic changes to children’s immune and nervous systems is accepted as a possibility by a large number of doctors, including many who consider themselves “pro-vaccine.”
“If you don’t ask the right questions, you can’t find the right answers,” said Tommy Redwood, MD, an emergency room doctor in Atlanta, Georgia, with 26 years of medical experience. “If you summarily dismiss the possibility that the increasing rates of childhood illnesses, including ADD, autism, asthma and other auto-immune disorders are connected to vaccines, you can’t figure out if our children’s health problems are vaccine-related injuries.” Continue reading
By Mike Adams
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who has been named to head President Trump’s vaccine safety commission, is joining forces with Robert De Niro to make a big announcement tomorrow about vaccines and mercury.
[Edit added 15th February 2017: to see the result of this announcement, go to Breaking: Robert Kennedy Jr and Robert De Niro throw down the gauntlet on vaccines]
According to a media advisory released this morning, the two are planning on announcing “a unique challenge with substantial cash award to the American people and media.”
The event begins at 9:25 am on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. The entire event will also be live streamed from the World Mercury Project’s web site. The World Mercury Project, headed by RFK Jr., “envisions a world where mercury is no longer a threat to the health of our planet and people.” Continue reading
By Josh Paniagua
For years, there has been loads of speculation on the safety of vaccinations. One of the most common theories states that vaccinations cause autism in children. And now, your good friends at the Food and Drug Administration have approved mass manufacturing of vaccines derived from human cancer tumors. Continue reading
By Alan Phillips JD
Two U.S. states already have laws allowing children to consent to vaccines — CA and NC — and this could become a trend around the country, as more state legislatures, TX and NY to be specific, have introduced similar bills. Now, New York legislators are revising their prior attempt with House Bill A497, which would allow children to consent to vaccination — a procedure that comes with a risk of permanent disability and death for sexually transmitted diseases. Continue reading
by Alan Phillips, vaccine rights attorney
These days, aware parents face greater challenges sending their kids back to school or to school for the first time than they did a few years ago. In addition to potential vaccination requirements, there are possible pharmaceutical demands for behavioral and attention issues.
Researching your options for vaccination exemptions, if you haven’t already, is a wise start. Continue reading
One of the most common arguments people often use to defend vaccinations alleges that vaccines are responsible for eradicating epidemic diseases of the past such as polio and smallpox. But a recent investigative review put together by Jeffry John Aufderheide over at VacTruth.com explains not only why this claim is untrue, but also why pesticides may have been responsible for spurring these disease outbreaks in the first place.