Whistleblower Single Issue - April 2007
April 2007 – SCARY MEDICINE: Exposing the dark side of vaccines
The growing controversy over vaccines – where children are forced to get increasing numbers of vaccinations before attending school, and parents are forced to decide whether to comply despite the reality that dreadful adverse reactions to the shots do regularly occur – has now mushroomed into an issue crucial to all Americans, according to the April edition of Whistleblower.
This comprehensive and powerfully eye-opening report is titled "SCARY MEDICINE: Exposing the dark side of vaccines."
For years, the vaccine debate was confined largely to the traditional childhood vaccines like DPT (diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus), MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) and polio. Even then, there were major concerns. The pertussis vaccine, for example, is notorious for having rare but horrendous side effects, and most polio cases in the world in recent years have been caused by the live-virus vaccine itself!
But in recent times, many new childhood vaccines have been introduced, from rotavirus and chickenpox to hepatitis B, meningitis and pneumonia, each with their own controversies and, in some cases, scandals. At first, the new vaccines are just ''suggested,'' then they became ''recommended" by pediatricians, and before long they're ''required'' before entering public school.
"A one-year-old healthy child today can get 10 different antigens injected into his body in one day," warns columnist Barbara Simpson in this issue of Whistleblower. "No one knows the effect on his immune system, and such tests haven't been conducted."
But it gets worse, much worse. As a result of today's vaccine mania:
- Right now, state after state is attempting literally to force young, prepubescent schoolgirls into getting a brand new vaccine, with an unproven safety record, to prevent a sexually transmitted form of cancer. The manufacturer, pharmaceutical giant Merck, has lobbied state politicians to make their vaccine mandatory.
- There's major movement toward an AIDS vaccine. Once approved by the government, will there be another push like the current one to immunize schoolgirls against a sexually transmitted disease, only this time to mandate the AIDS vaccine for everybody?
- Despite publicity to the contrary, the controversial mercury-based vaccine preservative Thimerosal – thought by some researchers to be linked to rising levels of autism in the U.S. – is still used in some vaccines.
- Then there's the U.S. military, which compels soldiers to get multiple vaccinations. Some experts, citing compelling evidence, blame the military's anthrax shots for the epidemic dubbed "Gulf War Syndrome."
These are just a few of the controversies explored in "SCARY MEDICINE: Exposing the dark side of vaccines."
In this highly polarized debate, on one side there is the medical establishment, including the federal government's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which endlessly repeat the mantra that vaccines are safe and effective and everybody should get them. To question their wisdom tags one as a paranoid conspiracy theorist.
On the other side is a substantial and growing movement of skeptics, including many medical professionals, who openly question vaccines. Some are strident, claiming all vaccines are bad for all people at all times and places, and a few even impute a sinister motive to vaccine manufacturers and the doctors that give the shots. But many others are careful and nuanced and very well informed. They consider each vaccine individually on its merits as well as its known and suspected negatives – and come out holding up a big "caution" sign.
Highlights of this issue include:
- "The dark side of vaccines" by David Kupelian, on what your doctor never told you
- "Beware of vaccine bullies" by Michelle Malkin, who says: "Informed consent? Ha. This was uninformed coercion"
- "Do vaccines cause cancer?" – the startling but indisputable story of how 10 to 30 million Americans received polio shots tainted with monkey virus linked to cancers
- "Medical terrorists on your doorstep" by Barbara Simpson, who shows how today's vaccine mania is pumping healthy children full of dozens of foreign antigens, without their parents being fully informed about the shots
- "Newborn vaccinated over parents' objections" by Diana Lynne, who documents the Orwellian nightmare of a young couple as armed guards forced their infant's vaccination against a sexually transmitted disease
- "Civilians could face mandatory anthrax shots" by Bob Unruh, on credible evidence tying the controversial shots to Gulf War Syndrome, and quoting an expert warning that civilians could be required to receive the government's 10 million "emergency" doses
- "New study links mercury to autism," documenting how the incidence of the common disorder dropped dramatically after a controversial mercury-based preservative was removed from most vaccines
- "Feds' conflict of interest over vaccines?" by Jon Dougherty, on the history of "incestuous" ties between drug-makers and the federal government
- "Doctors' group opposes all vaccine mandates." The 4,000-member Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, established in 1943, has called for a moratorium on the government forcing any vaccines on the American people, warning, "Our children face the possibility of death or serious long-term adverse effects"
- "Vaccinations and the right to refuse," by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, who says parents, not the state, must retain authority over America's children
- And much more …
"I admit it, this is a downright frightening issue of Whistleblower," said David Kupelian, managing editor of WND and Whistleblower. "But its purpose is to 'immunize' readers against the lies and partial truths that abound in this all-important area."
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