In March 2018, a three-part documentary called “Sacrificial Virgins” was honored with two awards at Brisbane, Australia’s Watchdog Film Festival – one for the being the festival’s best film and the other in recognition of its investigation “in search of truth and justice.” In short, writer, director and filmmaker Joan Shenton released this documentary in order to shed much-needed light on the growing global concerns around popular HPV vaccines’ safety: Gardasil and Cervarix.
“Joan Shenton’s documentary Sacrificial Virgins questions the safety of the HPV vaccine by illustrating that many individuals correlate the onset of a disability or the death of their daughter with the vaccine,” said festival founder and director James Hyams in a press release. “Shenton questions medical professionals about the methodology of the HPV clinical trials and develops a case that further scientific research needs to be conducted to alleviate growing concern about the risks and benefits of the HPV vaccine.”
Author and activist Catherine J. Frompovich believes Sacrificial Virgins is both a timely and necessary message. Especially in an era where pre-teen and teenage girls are targeted for receiving such vaccines. The documentary “adds to the growing list of undeniable documentaries detailing the disturbing life altering FACTUAL adverse events brought on by vaccines, which have not been properly tested—as in the case of one HPV vaccine, which added another type of aluminum adjuvant to the on-the-market-brand and which was not included in the Cervarix safety trial and data submitted for vaccine licensure, which is an apparent scientific and research fraudulent act.”
You can find the 3 parts of Sacrificial Virgins below:
Guarantees, Insurance, Promises…
Concerns over safety, security, and health make most people apprehensive about the future on some level. Guarding against future unknowns has become a big part of the American economy. You can get a warranty on almost anything with a battery, take out insurance on many more things than your grandparents would have dreamed of, and the medical industry is working around the clock to develop new drugs and vaccines to ‘protect’ us from whatever trending epidemic is in the news.