Mike Adams, the owner of the Natural News website, is filing a complaint with the Boston FBI against the Boston Herald for publishing a violence-inciting editorial attributed to the Boston Herald. The editorial claims that vaccines don’t cause autism and that it ought to be a “hanging offense” for anyone who opposes this conventional theory.
Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych, a scientist with a Ph.D. in Immunology, says that unvaccinated children do not pose a higher threat of spreading disease than vaccinated children. Many vaccines cannot prevent transmission of disease either because they are not designed to do so or because they are used for non-communicable diseases. Discrimination in schools against non-immunized children is without scientific basis.
Robert Kennedy, Jr. exposed the risks of vaccines on Tucker Carlson’s show- the mainstream media seldom allows air time to those who challenge the marketing script of the vaccine industry. Kennedy says that this is because the vaccine industry pays the media $5.4 billion per year in advertising. The vaccine regimen changed in1989 when the vaccine industry flooded Congress with money in exchange for a law that gives vaccine makers immunity from law suits.
A new vaccine study was censored on the internet six hours after it was posted online because the data indicated that unvaccinated children were healthier. The study polled mothers who homeschool their children, with 39% of them opting out of vaccines. The data indicated that the vaccinated children had a 700% increase in being diagnosed with a neurodevelopmental disorder (NDD), including a 2-fold increase in autism spectrum disorder diagnosis, a 2-fold increase in ADHD diagnosis and a 2-fold increase in learning disabilities.
The government of India is banning the vaccine program sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation over fears that pharmaceutical-company donors tied to the Foundation are influencing its policies on vaccination. A study from the Global Policy Forum shows that the Gates Foundation is not a neutral charity but, instead, promotes neo-liberal (collectivist) economic policies and globalization, which benefits big business, especially in the fields of health and agriculture.