Vaccines: Threads of Corruption
Posted on March 30th, 2016

Attorney Alan Phillips, whose practice specializes in vaccine exemption law, lays out the case for legislative activism to counter the wave of coercive state legislation mandating extensive vaccination of children, and the elimination of choice.  The 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act freed the vaccine industry of accountability and created the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.  The corruption of science and research is discussed, as well as the unconstitutionality of many state vaccine laws. The challenging legal quagmire facing children and adults and the many arenas where vaccines are required is addressed, as well as recent draconian California legislation.    

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MrK - December 30th, 2015 at 12:20 PM

Keeps the vaccine producers free from prosecution.


Dr. Maurice Hilleman, head of vaccine research at Merck, states that 'the AIDS virus' was introduced to the world by Merck vaccines. He also states that SV40 virus was present in the Jonas Salk polio vaccine. He explains that the Green Monkeys they were importing from West Africa were infected with many viruses, because of the way the were held in large cages, the same way industrial chickens get feedlot diseases.
Katherine Roddy - December 30th, 2015 at 4:10 PM
I am uneasy about the number of vaccines required for children, but I cannot agree entirely with Mr. Phillips. He seems to believe no vaccines are necessary. I was born in 1953. My mother had polio as a child, and I knew people about my age who were crippled or partially crippled by it. The polio vaccine, for it's many faults, was a tremendous relief. So was the measles vaccine. Any time a child in my neighborhood had measles, all the little girls would be sent to stand around the sick bed and drink from the sick child's cup. Our mothers were desperate that we have measles before child-bearing age, because measles can cause the death or retardation of a baby if the mother catches it when she's pregnant. This was a very real danger I never caught them, so I was so happy when a vaccine was available and I could stop worrying about catching them when I was pregnant. Mumps were the danger for boys, since mumps can cause sterility. I remember the sound of children with whooping cough---they sounded like seals. So I believe we may not need so many as we're required to get---but there are some we really should. Also, I know that the indigenous people of the Americas died in large numbers of measles because they had no immunity. I suspect this lack of immunity may make measles more dangerous for people of indigenous descent, even today. One more thing---when Mr. Phillips says these fake studies were "published," were they published in peer-reviewed journals, or simple uploaded to websites? Thank you for this thought provoking interview.
Alan Phillips, JD - December 30th, 2015 at 6:32 PM
You don't agree with me because you're not aware of the facts. Polio declined steadily for decades before the vaccine like all the other "vaccine-preventable" diseases, except that polio, following widespread administration of the (then new) pertussis vaccine, increased for a few years in the late 40's and early 50's. Congressional testimony in 1962 by Professor Greenberg, disease statistics expert at UNC who later headed the UNC Public Health Dept., reported that polio *increased* following introduction of the 1st polio vaccine, after it had started to decline again on its own, and that public health officials deliberately lied about that to the public to cover up the vaccine's failure. Polio was redefined so that on paper, it *looked* like it was declining when it was actually increasing. Some states stopped vaccinating because of the increases; entire countries in Europe refused the vaccine and saw the same eventual declines as what was reported here in the U.S. So, the polio vaccine was *not* a success story, it was a large-scale cover-up. I have at least one personal friend who suffered from polio,and others with family members who suffered, so this is not a purely intellectual exercise for me, either. But we have to look at the objective truth, regardless of how uncomfortable that may make us, if we are going to resolve this matter. For more on this story, see Neil Miller's research, well referenced:
dale - October 6th, 2016 at 8:13 AM

worthy of a look .

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