The Vaccine Hoax is OVER… So, Now What?

The Vaccine Hoax is OVER... So, Now What? | vaccine2 | Vaccines According to the Pakalert Press, “A doctor there has revealed 30 years of secret official documents showing that government experts have:

1. Known the vaccines don’t work
2. Known they cause the diseases they are supposed to prevent
3. Known they are a hazard to children
4. Colluded to lie to the public
5. Worked to prevent safety studies

And, YES, these are the same vaccines that are ‘mandated’ to children in the US… Most people don’t know that vaccines are ‘recommended’ but NOT required (except by some locations that are state or federally funded). Personally, I wouldn’t want to work with or have my child attending anything that didn’t express the ability to educate themselves further into vaccines.

Example: there has NEVER, ever, ever, ever… been any real proof that any vaccine has accomplished what vaccine manufactures have claimed. There has never been a double blind placebo study. There has never been a study comparing non-vaccinated children with those who have received vaccine. There has never been a logical explanation from the CDC (or any government agency) as to why neurotoxic poisons are still being used in vaccines.

This news is NOT hard to find. The evidence of wrong doing is NOT hard to find. What IS hard to find: a logical reason for taking a chance with your child’s life. When our children were babies we didn’t know better. We took a chance without knowing the risks. There is really no excuse today. The risks are well documented.

There are NO documented benefits to vaccines… unless, of course, you really want to consider reports written by those who actually work for the vaccine manufacturers. That’s like asking a salesperson at a firework stand if fireworks are safe. He’s going to be especially promotional if he also made them. Think about it.

Click here for the full article from Pakalert Press.

 

I welcome your thoughts and comments,

~Rhonda Spellman
Proud to be the mom of two incredibly awesome boys! One just happens to have Asperger’s Syndrome. Both teach me how to be grateful for life every day.

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