NYT Editors Promote Hazardous Vaccines
by Stephen Lendman
Global vaccines are big business – estimated to reach nearly $60 billion in annual revenue by 2020, because of widespread use and escalating prices, a boon for Big Phama’s bottom line performance at the expense of human health.
Vaccines contain toxic mercury and other heavy metals well above environmental safety levels, risking neurological damage.
Distinguished vaccine expert Viera Scheibner calls them biological weapons. They can damage internal organs and leave children or adults vulnerable to severe autoimmune diseases – including diabetes, arthritis, hepatitis, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, polio and numerous others.
Vaccines are dangerous and unreliable. Thousands of severe adverse reactions occur annually – including permanent disabilities, at times deaths.
None of this gets reported. Instead, the myth of safe vaccines and importance of getting them persists.
Scheibner minced no words, saying “there is no evidence whatsoever of the ability of vaccines to prevent any diseases. To the contrary, there is a great wealth of evidence that they cause serious side effects,” harming human health.
Government promotion of vaccines is driven by politics, not science, not public welfare. Big Pharma urges their use because they’re so profitable. All countries are potential buyers.
Health and safety concerns are ignored for the sake of a profit bonanza increasing annually. In January, Trump appointed Robert F. Kennedy Jr as head of a new commission to study vaccine safety.
He’s not anti-vaccine. He wants them to be safe. He’s against thiomersal, a preservative, containing toxic mercury, Kennedy saying:
“(T)he evidence of thimerosal’s neurotoxicity is so overwhelming and the lack of any safety data so complete that anyone who is willing to read science and who believes in the capacity for scientific methods to determine empirical truths must conclude that thimerosal causes serious brain damage.”
NYT editors ridiculed clear proof of vaccine hazards. They lied claiming “there is no evidence whatsoever that vaccines or a preservative (thirerosal) cause autism.”
They blasted what they called Kennedy’s “pseudoscience about immunizations.” They cited industry sponsored studies claiming vaccine safety. What else would they say?
They noted scores of so-called industry affiliated “health groups” touting them. They called clear concerns about vaccine hazards “antiscience.”
It’s fair to ask: Is Big Pharma subsidizing The Times to promote its toxic vaccines?
Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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