Inconvenient Truths About Gardasil and Swine Flu Vaccines
September 19, 2009
The summer of 2009 revealed two inconvenient truths about vaccination. First, the Gardasil vaccine is not as safe as the government, medical organizations and Merck have said it is. Second, the H1N1 influenza pandemic is not as serious as health officials are telling you it is.
One in every 1,855 Gardasil shots is followed by a bad health outcome report to the government’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System. These bad health outcomes reported after Gardasil shots include lots of girls suddenly passing out and having seizures.
There is also a greater than expected rate of reported blood clots. In fact, four girls have died after they developed a blood clot that traveled to their lungs after Gardasil vaccination.
Apparently, the government can let vaccine manufacturers fast track the Gardasil vaccine, but can’t compel the drug company that makes the vaccine, or doctors giving it, to report each and every death and serious injury that follows vaccination. Why believe anything government health officials tell us about the safety of vaccines? Why believe that the experimental swine flu vaccines being fast tracked with only a few weeks of study are going to be safe, and that all vaccine reactions will be reported to the government and then properly followed up?
It is far more likely that, when children get swine flu vaccine in schools and then get really sick or even die like the Gardasil girls, that all those bad health outcomes will be written off as a coincidence by health officials. That is, if any reports are made to the government at all -- few school nurses or other people giving children swine flu vaccines in the schools will be taking medical histories, much less monitoring children for signs of a vaccine reaction and then filing a reaction report to the government.
It is time to demand that government officials and drug companies stop conducting national vaccine experiments on the American people.