Among other things, you‘ll wonder why the American Academy of Pediatrics still fights state legislatures about the use of thimerosal (mercury) in vaccines behind the scenes after publicly asking for its removal eight years ago, after watching Bronwyn Hancock‘s disturbing documentary Vaccination: The Hidden Truth.
The video presents the first half of Hancock‘s 90-minute film, which delves into the truth behind the real dangers of vaccines, often using the very same peer-reviewed research emanating from conventional medicine, and just as my friend and colleague, Dr. Russell Blaylock, has done on my Web site.
If you've ever doubted the real need for vaccinations, especially with recent recommendations from the CDC to vaccinate young girls needlessly for the human papillomavirus (HPV), I urge you to watch this video, then review the many pages on this site devoted to this urgent and completely preventable problem.
The type of morally reprehensible behavior exhibited by the CDC is a strong illustration of why the American conventional "health" care system is fatally flawed. If you are unsure about the safety of vaccines, I strongly encourage you to examine the evidence carefully, because the consequences can be severe and tragic.
The toxic link between vaccines laced with thimerosal and the epidemic of autism, as well as other neurological disorders, should be sufficient in and of itself to convince people of the extent of the problem.
On Vital Votes, Dr. Jason Lauer from
"Vaccination is a great example of how fear motivates smart people into making irrational health decisions. My point being that fear of disease, not informed decision making, is most often the motivation for vaccinating.
"I believe that one of the best decisions that my wife and I made was not vaccinating our four children. I was blessed to have my chiropractor encourage me to look into vaccination before it was too late and I could not take the decision back. The decision was made when evidence was lacking regarding the safety and efficacy of vaccination.
"Christopher Kent, DC (who has authored articles on this site) has four recommendations for giving kids a great start:
1) Breast feed for at least one year.
2) Raise the child in a loving environment.
3) Regular Chiropractic adjustments.
4) Avoid vaccinations.
Along with proper nutrition and exercise, my kids are some of the healthiest kids I know. Their strong host resistance is not from medicines and vaccinations, but a healthy, well rounded lifestyle.
"I was told by a mentor 'Spend at least as much time researching vaccination as you would researching the new car you want to buy.' Our children deserve at least that much."