When a person starts delving into the world of vaccine truth, that’s often the first time they really identify the name of each vaccine, what corporations produce them, ect.
Most vaccines are produced by large corporations with consolidated power, such as Merck or Sanofi.
Here are some of the most common vaccines:
HPV vaccine (Gardasil)
MMR vaccine (measles, mumps, rubella)
DTaP vaccine (diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough (pertussis))
Influenza vaccine (flu shot)
Hepatitis B vaccine
Yellow Fever vaccine
This article is going to examine one of the less common vaccines: the Shingles, or Chickenpox vaccine.
The Shingles vaccine, branded Vostavax (or Zoster), is produced by Merck & Co. It is alleged to protect against the Herpes Zoster virus that causes Chickenpox or Shingles.
It is on the ACIP/CDC recommended childhood vaccine schedule. It is known to cause what is essentially cell death in the eyes, necrotizing retinitis, as complained about in a letter written from the FDA to Merck in February 2016.
People have claimed that nationwide Chickenpox vaccination campaigns in the past several decades are responsible for an epidemic of the virus, since the virus seems to lay dormant in the body for years.
An expert on vaccine damage named Robert Krakow had this to say about the Shingles vaccine:
“There are almost 5000 reports of adverse events after Zostavax. The vaccine contains substances that can provoke autoimmunity, including human DNA contamination, gelatin, neomycin and other problematic substances. As with many other vaccines, I am not convinced that the vaccine or its components have been properly tested.
The promotion of Zostavax on television and other places is as irresponsible as it is inappropriate. The value of the vaccine is overstated, while the risk of adverse reactions is downplayed. This skews the benefit/cost analysis that all of us must employ when we individually decide to take any vaccine or drug.
The result is the same for both adults and children: unnecessary injury and suffering, often lifelong.”
The vaccine contains monosodium glutamate (MSG), a known neurotoxin that persists in food with the same aggressiveness that aspartame does. It’s particularly bad when injected, sometimes causing brain damage and central nervous system disorders.
Chemicals in the vaccine allow its toxic contents to cross the blood brain barrier and reach the most sensitive areas of the brain, an extremely dangerous factor in nearly all vaccines. Polysorbate 80 is one of the things that usually helps mercury, aluminum, and other toxins cross the blood brain barrier in vaccines, but the Shingles vaccine doesn’t appear to have it.
Aside from the potential to cause autism, cell death in the eyes leading to blindness, and other damages commonly caused by vaccines, people are asking, why does it have to contain DNA from aborted human fetal cells? That raises a very strange moral issue.
Well summarized by Natural News:
“The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), a non-profit vaccine safety group, recently conducted an independent review of the contents of childhood vaccines and found that many of them are manufactured with disturbing ingredients like aborted human fetal proteins, altered DNA material, and even genetically-modified (GM) human albumin. The study was done due to a steady increase in autism cases that include neurological damage and brain damage among vaccinated children. These childhood vaccines contain many of the same ingredients as the shingles vaccine. Now rewind 20 years to when researchers extracted lung tissue from a 14-week aborted baby and developed a cell line known as MRC-5, as used for “Varivax” vaccine for chicken pox, MMR, “Pro-Quad,” Hepatitis A, D-Tap and Polio. A similar cell line, RA 27/3, was derived from another aborted human baby in 1964, and that’s still used today in Pro-Quad and MMR II.”
This is just a small introductory bit of info about one particular vaccine, an encouragement to research more. This is a topic that requires hard research and objective experience to gain an understanding of: but once you tap into communities of people talking about them, with experiences of family members having vaccine injury, a different understanding starts to sink in.
People who slander “anti-vaxxers” would respond to this with claims that tapping into communities of “anti-vax” people is cult-like, or that they are reinforcing their dogma: but that simply isn’t true. These stories of vaccine injury and death are real, common, and not going away because the family members of victims are some of the most persistent activists out there.
So hopefully this info was useful and it will prevent more people from getting this unnecessary and dangerous vaccine. For more information, the search engine is your friend: type in “vaccine injury story Gardasil” or “vaccine injury story MMR” and research away. Your perspective will never be the same.
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