New Organization VaxTruth Fights Vaccine Damages
August 7, 2012
A new national organization called VaxTruth is dedicated to telling people about their rights to legally refuse vaccines for themselves and their children.
As an article by Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. posted at the alternative health website Mercola.com points out that in the early 1980s, autism presented itself in 1 of 10,000 births. By 2005, that was 1 in 250 births, and as of 2008, it was 1 in 150 births and still rising.
While the medical establishment refuses to consider it as a cause, the biggest change during this time had to do with a radical rise in vaccines being given at a very early age. It is this rise that an increasing amount of parents with autistic children hold responsible.
In fact, the problem may be considerably larger than autism. There is apparently virtual worldwide genocide going on thanks to vaccines. In the US it’s been noticed because of the startlingly high rates of autism … but commentators such as Guylaine Lanctot, M.D. have noted that vaccines may have wiped out whole populations in Africa where vaccines are provided aggressively.
While naturopaths and some others hold that vaccines’ efficacy is entirely the result of elitist propaganda, a less radical view that circulates within the alternative media accepts that vaccines are utile but that they are over-used and under-analyzed.
It is quite likely, according to this view, that a proportion of children are either sensitive to vaccines or become prone to injury because of the amount of vaccines they are receiving. Children in the US for instance are now scheduled for nearly 20 vaccines, and the number keeps rising.
It is likely that a portion of the population has an increasingly attenuated immune response because of vaccines and this makes them susceptible to conditions such as AIDS (whatever it actually is).
Pfizer settles foreign bribery charges to the tune of $60 Million
August 7, 2012
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer will pay $60 million to settle charges that it paid millions in bribes to foreign officials, federal authorities announced Tuesday.
Pfizer will pay roughly $45 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges that the company, along with fellow pharmaceutical firm Wyeth, which Pfizer acquired a few years ago, violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
The SEC says staff from the companies’ subsidiaries paid bribes to foreign government officials to boost sales and obtain regulatory approvals. The violations occurred in Bulgaria, China, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Italy, Kazakhstan, Russia and Serbia, the SEC said.
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