GOVERNACIDE: Why are less than 1 percent of adverse vaccine reactions are reported to VAERS

Monday, December 10, 2018

2018-Dec-10

Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror
By Joseph Mercola — Mercola.com
December 10, 2018

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The HPV vaccine Gardasil was granted European license in February 2006,1 followed by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval that same year in June.2 Gardasil was controversial in the U.S. from the beginning, with vaccine safety activists questioning the quality of the clinical trials used to fast track the vaccine to licensure.3 Merck, which manufactures and distributes the HPV vaccine Gardasil, has worked with a global health group called PATH4 to get the vaccine approved worldwide.

Lauded as a silver bullet against cervical cancer, the vaccine has since wrought havoc on the lives of young girls across the world.

“Manufactured Crisis — HPV, Hype and Horror,” a film by The Alliance for Natural Health, delves into the all too often ignored dark side of this unnecessary vaccine, interviewing families whose lives have been forever altered after their young daughters suffered life-threatening or lethal side effects following Gardasil vaccination. Says Barbara Loe Fisher, president and cofounder of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC):

“The tragic story of Gardasil vaccine is one that is playing out in real time in the homes of trusting parents, who thought they were doing the right thing to try to make their daughters ‘one less,’ and in the 21st century cyberspace forum of public opinion as well as on television.”

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Considering the U.S. government’s financial interest in the sale of HPV vaccine, this is about as clear a conflict of interest as you can get, yet Markowitz was allowed to be part of the team that designed the scope and parameters of the review.

Risk Benefit Analysis

In the film, Norma Erickson, president of Sanevax, Inc., an “international HPV vaccine information clearinghouse” in Troy, Montana, points out that while the cervical cancer rate in the U.S. is 12 per 100,000, by Merck’s own admission, Gardasil may cause 2,300 serious adverse events per 100,000. 

Is it really reasonable to risk 2,300 serious adverse events — which includes sudden death — in the hopes of preventing 12 cases of cervical cancer out of 100,000?

Trial data from Merck also shows that Gardasil vaccinations may actually increase your risk of cervical cancer by 44.6 percent if you have been exposed to HPV strains 16 or 18 prior to vaccination.20 (The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has made this document inaccessible, but we’ve saved a copy of it for posterity.)

Professor Marcos Mazzuka, a pediatrician specializing in vaccine injuries in Madrid, Spain, agrees that the HPV vaccine is not safe, and is not worth the risk, as side effects are not limited to rash or fever but are severe and long-lasting.

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I don’t  believe that I am an anti-vaxxer.

I don’t like the Gooferment because it’s bought and paid for by special interests.  Its politicians and bureaucrats are not “our friends”, “our protectors”, or anything but knaves and fools.  The sooner “We, The Sheeple” recognize this the better.

I would like to see:

  • The FDA made an advisory agency
  • Vaccines immunity from legal liability repealed
  • Mandatory reporting

Time to put the Gooferment in its place.

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The Elite Are Creating An Authoritarian ‘Beast System’, And Those That Dissent Could Lose EVERYTHING

Thursday, December 6, 2018

They are transforming the Internet into the greatest tool of surveillance that humanity has ever seen, and if we stay on the road that we are currently on it is only a matter of time until our society becomes a hellish dystopian nightmare.

Source: The Elite Are Creating An Authoritarian ‘Beast System’, And Those That Dissent Could Lose EVERYTHING

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Ultimately, we are heading down the exact same path that China has gone.  Their “social credit score” system is being hailed as the next great thing all over the world, and those that hate freedom of speech can’t wait to fully implement such a system in the western world.

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Something to be concerned about!

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VETERANS: “Let There Be Light” The Documentary The Army Suppressed

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Authored by Chris Calton via The Mises Institute, At the end of the second World War, filmmaker John Huston got a commission from the US Army to produce a documentary of new treatments for psychiatric casualties of the war. This occurred when experimental treatments such as hypnosis or injections of sodium pentothal were being introduced into psychiatric therapy.

Source: Let There Be Light: The Documentary The Army Suppressed

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What else has the Gooferment stamped as “SECRET” to avoid “bad optics”?

Pity the poor vets (TWENTY PER CENT!!!) who were put threw a mental meat grinder for the pleasure of the politicians and bureaucrats.

Argh!

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2 Big Changes To NJ Driver’s Licenses Expected | Patch

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Under similar legislation proposed earlier in the year, the MVC may charge an additional fee, not to exceed $50 per driver’s license, to offset administrative costs associated with the production and distribution of the new driver’s license. This additional fee would expire 36 months after the effective date of the bill.

Source: 2 Big Changes To NJ Driver’s Licenses Expected | Patch

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And what if I don’t want a real id or pay more to the State Gooferment?

Argh!

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VETERANS: Veterans Affairs Dept. won’t repay underpaid GI Bill benefits

Saturday, December 1, 2018

2018-Dec-01

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/veterans-affairs-dept-tells-congressional-staffers-it-won-t-repay-n941491

Veterans Affairs Dept. tells Capitol Hill it won’t repay underpaid GI Bill benefits recipients

  • The news conflicts with a promise VA officials made to a House committee earlier this month that it would reimburse those veterans who received less than the full amount they were due.
  • Nov. 28, 2018 / 8:40 PM EST / Updated Nov. 28, 2018 / 8:52 PM EST
  • By Phil McCausland

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For weeks, student veterans across the country have raised an alarm about delayed or incorrect GI Bill benefit payments, which the Department of Veterans Affairs has blamed on computer issues.

But on Wednesday, the department told congressional staffers that it would not reimburse those veterans who were paid less than they were owed, two committee aides told NBC News.

The news conflicts with a promise VA officials made to a House committee earlier this month that it would reimburse those veterans who received less than the full amount they were due.

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Are the politicians and bureaucrats this “tone deaf”?

When are we going to stop screwing around with Vets?

Argh!

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Poker pro Rich Alati locked in dark bathroom on $100,000 bet

Friday, November 30, 2018

Yet that is the case for a prop bet currently underway between American poker pro Rich Alati and his friend, Australian pro Rory Young. The bet the pair have goes like this: if Alati can stay in a pitch-black Las Vegas bathroom, alone, for 30 days straight he’ll get $100,000 from Young.

Source: Poker pro Rich Alati locked in dark bathroom on $100,000 bet

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I think they both should see a shrink.  In the daylight.

No victim; no crime.

But maybe children can learn something from this … … “if all your friends jump off a roof … … ”

Argh!

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GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Doyou have a right to be free of searches without a warrant?

Friday, November 30, 2018

https://theappeal.org/man-convicted-of-obstruction-for-refusing-to-open-his-door-for-police/

MAN CONVICTED OF OBSTRUCTION FOR REFUSING TO OPEN HIS DOOR FOR POLICE
Levi Pulkkinen   — Oct 17, 2018

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If his conviction stands, it could criminalize people who refuse to do things like unlock their phones or garages at police request.

Shouting voices coming from an apartment building broke the suburban quiet in the early hours of March 1, 2016.

A man walking past called officers to the Seattle-area apartment, reporting a loud argument. The yelling had stopped when police arrived outside Solomon McLemore’s Shoreline home, but was replaced by amplified demands from police that McLemore come out or let them in. As the incident stretched on, frustrations grew.

“Open the fucking door,” one officer demanded during the 15-minute exchange.

McLemore declined and stood by as police, having heard glass shatter inside the home, broke down the door. No one inside was hurt. But McLemore was arrested on suspicion of obstruction of a law enforcement officer for failing to open his home to police. He was convicted as charged on Sept. 29, 2016, following a three-day jury trial. Sentenced to 20 days under house arrest, McLemore began a series of appeals that landed his case in the Washington Supreme Court, which is expected to hear oral arguments Thursday.

If McLemore’s conviction stands, Washington would most likely be the only state to criminalize the refusal to assist police in a warrantless search.

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Iannotti and the ACLU contend the framework put forward by prosecutors could lay the groundwork for obstruction charges against people who refuse to do things like unlock their phones or garages at police request. It makes it dangerous for residents to stand up for their rights.

“You have a right to be free of searches without a warrant,” Iannotti said. “A person shouldn’t be penalized for exercising that right.”

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I wonder how this went.  If badly, I hope it gets appealed to the Supremes.

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