You might want to sit down for this one.
The government is not quite known for always being on the up-and-up when it comes to reporting certain information and making public what the public deserves to know.
- Information in documents has been blacked out with marker, loopholes change with the wind and doublespeak runs rampant.
That, we know.
Aptly titled the “Vaccine Injury Table,” the information appears on the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program portion of the HHS site. It succinctly breaks down what’s likely to happen to an individual in the event they’re given certain vaccinations.
“…if you received the tetanus vaccines and had a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) within 4 hours after receiving the vaccine, then it is presumed that the tetanus vaccine caused the injury if no other cause is found.”
Considering the great deal of wishy-washy statements offered by the government, mainstream media and those who subscribe to their expertise on the subject, this statement is as close to an admission that vaccinations are detrimental to health that we’ve read from the government.
Like dominoes, many organizations still continue to push notion that vaccinations are OK until everyone falls in line
Then the American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) site embraces this “WHO said it, so it must be true” mind set, saying on their own site that WHO reviewed the AAP’s Immunization Web Site, suggesting that the information presented must therefore be true.
As such, the AAP’s site says that “Vaccines contain many ingredients that make them safer and more effective, including preservatives, adjuvants, and other ingredients.” Since when were preservatives and mysterious “other ingredients” considered safe?