In this expose, the WHO vaccine experts admit that:
- Vaccines can be fatal.
- The design of safety studies makes it difficult to spot problems.
- Safety monitoring is inadequate.
- Vaccine adjuvants increase risk.
“The FDA receives 45% of its annual budget from the pharmaceutical industry.
The World Health Organization (WHO) gets roughly half its budget from private sources, including Pharma and its allied foundations.
And the CDC, frankly, is a vaccine company; it owns 56 vaccine patents and buys and distributes $4.6 billion in vaccines annually through the Vaccines for Children program, which is over 40% of its total budget.” — Robert F. Kennedy, Jr
1) An admission that adjuvants can multiply the toxicity of vaccines: Tony’s Virus: Ho… Greer MD, Steven E. Best Price: $42.00 Buy New $17.99 (as of 06:19 EDT – Details)
“Adjuvants multiply the immunogenicity of the antigens that they are added to, and that is their intention. It seems to me they multiply the reactogenicity in many instances, and therefore it seems to me that it is not unexpected if they multiply the incidence of adverse reactions that are associated with the antigen, but may not have been detected through lack of statistical power in the original studies.” — Stephen Evans, BA, MSc, Professor of Pharmacoepidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
2) Warnings about long-term systemic toxicity from vaccine adjuvants:
“You are correct. As we add adjuvants, especially some of the more recent adjuvants, such as the ASO1, saponin-derived adjuvants, we do see increased local reactogenicity. The primary concern, though, usually is systemic adverse events rather than local adverse events. And we tend to get in the Phase II and the Phase III studies quite good data on the local reactogenicity. Those of us in this room that are beyond the age of 50 who have had the pleasure of having the recent shingles vaccine, will know that this does have quite significant local reactogenicity. If you got the vaccine, you know that you got the vaccine.