We’re told that it saves lives and prevents billions in medical costs every year, but vaccines come with a host of side effects and many are the result of using powerful neurotoxins as chemical stabilizers to enhance the vaccine’s shelf life. The science behind vaccination is good, but it’s abused. And in worst case scenarios, we can see just how dangerous these products really are.
Recently, a Las Vegas man found himself in the hospital, on the brink of death, after what was supposed to be an ordinary flu shot. Shane and Monique Morgan chose to both get flu shots in November. Like most people, the couple wanted to protect themselves and the people around them from the flu. But Shane would find himself paralyzed and would require the assistance of machines to breathe within 36 hours of taking the shot.
The first warning signs came when Shane began to lose sensation in his limbs. Monique told their local news team, “About 36-hours after he got the flu shot he started to get sick. I never dreamed that any of this could ever happen.”
Gabby Hart, a Las Vegas reporter, tweeted, “A Las Vegas Man lost his ability to walk, speak & see days after getting the #FluShot. Doctors diagnosed him w/ Guillain-Barre syndrome a.k.a GBS. His family says the Flu shot triggered it & the CDC confirms a link, calling it extremely rare.”
Doctors diagnosed Shane with Guillain-Barré Syndrome, a well-known adverse reaction to vaccinations that the CDC defines as “an autoimmune disorder in which a person’s own immune system damages the nerves, causing muscle weakness and sometimes paralysis.”
They say Guillain-Barré Syndrome is rare, and despite Shane’s ordeal, Nevada health officials have gone on the air encouraging people to get vaccinated.
After his brush with death, Monique said, “It’s the last time anyone in my family will ever get a flu shot.”
Vaccines are big business and have been for many years. But the international campaign to push vaccines on the public has intensified over the last two decades. The reason is easy to understand, it is a juggernaut of an industry that takes in an average of $24 billion every year.
A 2016 report entitled “The Global Human Vaccines Market 2016-2020” offers an in-depth analysis of the vaccine market projected into 2020. According to a press release on the study, it:
“[…] indicates that the introduction of new products is fueling the growth of the market. Moreover, the significant expansion of the current product offerings is also expected to boost the market growth. Due to the increasing prevalence rates of various infectious diseases such as diphtheria, influenza, hepatitis, pneumococcal diseases, and meningococcal diseases, there has been a notable increase in the use of vaccines across the globe.”
A 2015 article in the Atlantic Magazine entitled “Vaccines Are Profitable, So What?” said, “While the main fixation of anti-vaccine groups is an old, discredited study linking vaccination to autism, another is a conspiracy theory circulated online that both doctors and pharmaceutical companies stand to profit financially from vaccination—which supposedly leads to perverse incentives in advocating for the public to vaccinate.”
But simply saying that a causal link has been discredited does not make it so, and more data on the connection between aggressive vaccination schedules and all manner of side effects including autism is pouring in by the truckload.
In fact, vaccinations are so profitable that in the early 80s, a law was passed that protects vaccine manufacturers from being sued by those who have been hurt by vaccines. What few vaccine recipients realize is that every time they buy a vaccination, they are taxed. The money from the tax goes into a fund from which the victims and families of victims of vaccines are paid from.
Since 1988, the vaccine court has paid more than $3.2 billion to those who have been injured by vaccinations and to the families who have died from the effects of these drugs. Since 1988 nearly 4,500 people have been injured or killed by vaccines.
The idea behind vaccines goes back to 1350 BC. The disease was being spread through milk from cows that had been milked by people who had the smallpox virus. But those who milked the cows did not get sick. They were inoculated by exposure. This is why we say vaccinations are based on good science.
But to support the huge quantities of vaccines that are manufactured by this multi-billion dollar industry, they are using dangerous heavy metal preservatives like mercury and aluminum, which are deadly in minuscule quantities.