Friday, September 26

Vaccine Nation

Hopefully, I will be able to watch the entire documentary soon. This is very interesting, and informative.

Sunday, September 21


I had not thought about this one...There are people that have allergies to corn! Corn is in virtually every processed product on the market as corn syrup, corn starch, dextrose, citric acid, ascorbic acid, food waxes. Of course, corn is in vaccinations. Corn is not really digested in the body as a whole. Hmmm!

This is crazy and true!

Saturday, September 13

My 1st born son had RSV, he was vaxed!!!

I was reading this in a Yahoo Group against vaccines, and this really disturbs me!

RSV viruses "formed prominent contaminants in polio. vaccines, and were soon detected in children [159]." "the infectious agent that very likely entered the human population by way of a vaccine" pdf

15. More animal viruses
Thousands of viruses and other potentially infectious micro-organisms thrive in monkeys and cows, the preferred animals for making polio vaccines [83:159]. SV-40, SIV, and BSE associated transmissible agents are just three of the disease-causing agents researchers have isolated. For example, scientists have known since 1955 that monkeys host the "B" virus, foamy agent virus, haemadsorption viruses, the LCM virus, arboviruses, and more [157]. Bovine immunodeficiency virus (BIV), similar in genetic structure to HIV, was recently found in some cows [103:100].

In 1956, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) was discovered in chimpanzees [158]. According to Dr. Viera Scheibner, who stud-ied more than 30,000 pages of medical papers dealing with vaccination, RSV viruses "formed prominent contaminants in polio vaccines, and were soon detected in children [159]." They caused serious cold-like symptoms in small infants and babies who re-ceived the polio vaccine [159]. In 1961, the Journal of the American Medical Association published two studies confirming a causal relationship between RSV and "relatively severe lower respiratory tract illness [160]." The virus was found in 57 percent of infants with bronchiolitis or pneumonia, and in 12 percent of babies with a milder febrile respiratory disease [161]. Infected babies remained ill for three to five months [161]. RSV was also found to be contagious, and soon spread to adults where it has been linked to the common cold [162].

Today, RSV infects virtually all infants by the age of two years, and is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia among infants and children under one year of age [163]. It also causes severe respiratory disease in the elderly [164]. RSV re-mains highly contagious and results in thousands of hospitaliza- tions every year; many people die from it [165]. Ironically, scien-tists are developing a vaccine to combat RSV [166]Cthe infectious agent that very likely entered the human population by way of a vaccine [159].

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There is more, but can you believe what your eyes read??

Thursday, September 11

Not a happy birthday

Threatened, intimidated, bullied, violated: this is hospital birth as many mothers experience it. Amity Reed reports on the little-recognised crime of birth rape.

Another reason why I'm vegan!

This lovely video shows us that animals are smart and caring.