The well-known advocate for research on the possible harms of vaccinations, Dr. Suzanne Humphries, has received a number of death threats for her advocacy. The threats came through an untraceable server located somewhere in Germany. They included detailed descriptions of how the threatening person or persons would like to carry out her murder, such as dramatically torturing her in public until death, shooting her in front of a classroom full of students, killing as many “f-ing f-s as possible while doing so,” and went on to some length to describe a number of ways she might be killed.
Dr. Humphries is open about her inquiries into the safety and reliability of vaccines and makes her email publicly available so that anyone can contact her with questions about her work. This is how the threats found her. Dr. Humphries has reported the threats to police and the FBI, neither of which seem to be taking them seriously.
Dr. Humphries is a nephrologist, a branch of medicine focused on the kidneys of children. She explains that she became concerned about vaccines after a patent complaining about conditions suffered after taking an ordinary flu vaccine put her on the alert.
She explains that the way vaccines work is by triggering an immune response—an inflammatory response. Many common diseases and disorders are directly associated with the effects of long-term and prolonged inflammatory responses caused by eating processed foods, drinking alcohol, and from drinking contaminated tap water.
Being an expert in kidneys, Dr. Humphries understands that a vaccine has the potential to shut the kidneys down and to damage them permanently. The kidneys are key in the process of elimination of waste products and toxins from the body so it is very important that they function well. It is especially important that the kidneys be in good health after being subjected to vaccinations.
Dr. Humphries began talking with other healthcare practitioners associated with her practice and asked them to postpone vaccinations in certain cases so that she could begin to understand the effects of vaccines. Like any good scientist, she understood that in order to understand a thing she has to be able to look at control groups. She needed to look at patients who had not yet been vaccinated.
She was immediately hit with sharp resistance. Her peers told her that everyone who goes through the medical system in their area is immediately vaccinated for a number of things as a matter of course.
These blanket vaccinations are given regardless of preconditions or any medical screening whatsoever. They are done without concern for allergies, sensitivities, age or any other consideration that might contraindicate vaccination.
This was an immediate red flag for Dr. Humphries, who understands very well that vaccination causes an inflammatory response that places acute stress on the kidneys. She began a campaign advocacy for moderation in the rates of vaccinations. She was not out to stop vaccinations at all, she simply wanted a chance to study their relationship to the health of the kidneys before and after vaccination.
But her advocacy was taken as a threat by vaccination advocates, who naturally were making money hand over fist under the established, aggressive vaccination policies.
One of the most interesting facets of this case is the dogmatic attitudes of those who want to push for vaccinations as if more is always better. They became immediately defensive and hostile toward Humphries. They would ask her things like, “Why are you so against vaccinations?” This is exactly the same stance taken against others who have questioned vaccination norms and asked for more study into the way they are made, distributed, used, and pushed on people.
The best vaccine truth advocates are not saying that we should do away with vaccines. They are saying that vaccinations should be given moderately and that we should look into why so many of today’s vaccination practices are causing injuries. But the vax-no-matter-what side of the debate has no patience for discussion. They are desperate to push vaccinations as aggressively as possible on as many people as possible.
Dr. Humphries is not the only vaccine truth advocate to be threatened by the increasingly hysterical vax-no-matter-what crowd. But she is a great example of an authoritative, educated, and rational person who has taken a reasoned and scientifically minded stance on the issue. She is one of many such people to have raised a hand and said we should slow down and look at what’s happening and subsequently been subjected to threats and violence.
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