FDA’s Vaccine Safety Lie: Why Buildings Have Stricter Quality Controls than Pediatric Vaccine Trials
NOTE: Thank you to Skyhorse author James Grundvig for the link to his important post about vaccine safety. If you don't know James, he's the guy who found the ex-CDC current US fugitive Poul Thorsen and wrote about it in his book Master Manipulator. Unless you are Mother Teresa (wink wink), you do NOT want one James Grundvig sniffing around your life.
By James Grundvig
Imagine President Donald Trump, in his past life as a real estate developer, learning that his new building had its structure compromised — the concrete didn’t meet design strength. Wanting to get to the bottom of the issue, he would direct his team to investigate the problem and report back to him. The findings, however, would shock him.
The contractor followed the “guidance” of the design team, but not the minimal code set by the city or the concrete industry. Trump would learn such guidance gave the contractor leeway to follow his whims on the design criteria of the specifications. That would cost Trump’s project time and money in remediation, and lawsuits would fly out the door.
But since no construction project in North America gives the contractor only “guidance” on what codes to follow — they must follow all that apply — then it’s truly stunning to learn this is what the FDA has been directing vaccine manufacturers to do for decades: Follow agency guidance, not a strict code, minimal requirements, specifications or regulations when it comes to the design and execution of vaccine safety studies.
Vaccine manufacturers are free as a bird. They can virtually do what they want. But how can that be?
It’s all in the FDA’s Biologics Division, in the words that gives “Guidance” for the different vaccine clinical trials, such as, “Guidance for Industry: For the Evaluation of Combination Vaccines for Preventable Diseases: Production, Testing and Clinical Studies.” Or how about, “Guidance for Industry: Clinical Considerations for Therapeutic Cancer Vaccines.”
If an architect or engineer ever used the word “consideration” in their specification on what design criteria to build to, the contractor would take liberties and not worry about exact compliance with any specification or regulation. They would just build fast, cheap, and dirty. And that is what vaccine makers have been doing for years.
So why does the FDA not write real codes and specifications, with strict standards and protocols for the vaccine makers to follow, achieve, and adhere to when conducting vaccine clinical trials?
Vaccine Clinical Trial Propaganda 101
According to the FDA, the word “placebo” can get bandied about on vaccine safety studies. A placebo for vaccines is not the same placebo used in drug trials. Vaccine makers are not obligated to use a real placebo, like saline, since guidance gives them an option and not a firm standard to follow. This leeway allows Big Pharma to use an “active comparator” vaccine, such as another similar vaccine or the clinical trial vaccine with the deactivated disease removed, as a “control” instead of a true placebo (saline).
Worse, the FDA allows — perhaps encourages — vaccine makers to freely use the word “placebo,” when in fact they should be forced to use the word “control” when they use the comparative vaccine during safety trials. But time and again, when one reviews the literature, such as the 28-page Gardasil package insert that states only “320 people” were given the saline placebo, or less than 9% of the control group, with the only reactions monitored for the true placebo group being mild, local reactions, such as redness or swelling.
So the Gardasil clinical trial is a sham. Out of the 3,690 “controls,” only 320 received the saline placebo. That meant 3,370, or 91.33%, were jabbed with the comparative vaccine, which was laden with aluminum at “double the amount in every other vaccine.”
If only the lawyers understood the nuances of quality control inspections and quality assurance programs they would see what the vaccine safety trials really are — a ruse under the FDA guidance platform. Read the rest at Medium.com.