Gary Null Progressive Commentary Hour
Dr. Toni Bark, Dr. Mary Holland, Dr. Alan Phillips, and Robert Krakow discussed mandatory vaccination. We hear about the real meaning of “herd immunity,” the failure of officials to show vaccines are safe, and about the unexpected side effects of vaccines.
Dr. Bark: “We cannot say vaccines are safe and effective.”
Topics discussed include holding the parents of unvaccinated children responsible if a someone comes down with a disease, the safety of a one-size-fits-all vaccine schedule—-the concept of vaccines being “unavoidably unsafe,” and the legalities surrounding the mandated schedule.
We hear that what parents are up against if they seek compensation for a vaccine injury is in truth, “legal bullying.”
This is a brilliant discussion by a group of professionals who challenge the claims surrounding mandated vaccination and your rights.The Jewish Week
"For example: two mothers saw God behind their child's autism. They discussed their belief that given previous failed pregnancies, it was their expected role in the world to be the mother of a child with autism. One said the following:
"'My initial answer is that is because God wanted me to have a kid with autism. I don't understand why he wanted me to have a kid with autism, but he wanted me to have a kid with autism ... everything is for a reason and I believe that this is who I am supposed to be. I am supposed to be a mother of a kid with autism.' ..."
It's interesting that I've read things like this several times from different religious sources. It has nothing to do with any specific faith; it's the mindset that we resort to when THERE ARE NO ANSWERS: It must be God's will---live with it as best you can.
Actually, a story like is the direct result of the attitude of health officials and mainstream medicine. I still remember the morbidly depressing doctor who told my husband and me, "That's just the way he is," meaning John wouldn't be John without his autism.
We are now so conditioned to think of autism as an unavoidable and acceptable part of childhood, that parents easily say things like, 'I am supposed to be a mother of a kid with autism.'
If our children were the victims of abuse, bullying, or they were kidnapped, we'd never talk about God's will. As long as autism is labeled a mystery, we just have to accept it.
No one thinks to ask why. Personalliberty.com
"American and British scientists, with the help of funding through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, have developed an Internet-based global monitoring system that's capable of mining social media sites for opinions that diverge from mainstream medical advice on the safety and urgency of getting vaccinated.
"As more people in developed countries eschew the much-evangelized regimen of vaccinations for infants, students and adults hoping to avoid seasonal illness like the flu, makers of vaccines are renewing their push to keep as many people as possible receptive to the challenged belief that vaccines prevent, and don't actually cause, disease.
"What's the goal of developing the real-time monitoring network - called 'HealthMap' by its makers - to track dissenters online? To report errant beliefs, and those who share them, to health authorities, of course. From May 2011 until April 2012, HealthMap collected 3,209 reports originating from 144 countries that expressed fear, skepticism, distrust or other negative opinions about the vaccine industry."
This story references a piece from May 12, 2013, in Medpagetoday.com
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It's hard to imagine another medical product or procedure that would elicit this kind of response from scientists. It just shows that power and influence of the vaccine industry.