Vaccine dangers and potential side effects

Have you noticed how once a position becomes the “accepted” view of the public, that the mainstream media networks will not report anything that even questions that viewpoint? Unfortunately, this is the case with vaccinations today. The idea that all vaccinations are safe and effective is ludicrous and someone needs to be held responsible.

For example, the idea that the H1N1 swine flu vaccine is perfectly safe and that side effects are incredibly rare has been swallowed hook, line and sinker by the mainstream media. Meanwhile large numbers of people are experiencing the horrendous pain and the most horrific health problems of their lives. But the doctors and media keep telling them that everything is “fine” and that it must have been something else that is causing their problems.

Dr. James R. Shannon, former director of the National institute of health declared, “the only safe vaccine is one that is never used.” Much of the success attributed to vaccination programs may actually have been due to improvement in public health related to water quality and sanitation, less crowded living conditions, better nutrition, and higher standards of living, and not due to vaccinations.

In the USA, from July 1990 to November 1993, the US Food and Drug Administration counted a total of 54,072 adverse reactions following a vaccination. The FDA admitted that this number represented only 10% of the real total, because most doctors were refusing to report vaccine injuries. In other words, adverse reactions for this period could have very well exceeded a half a million.

Some more common side effects from various vaccines are: confusion, language difficulties, disorientation, seizures, memory problems, somnolence, low-grade fevers, irritability, mood alterations, combativeness, difficulty concentrating, and a host of other behavioral problems.

The CDC website states that any vaccine can cause side effects. For the most part these are minor (for example, a sore arm or low-grade fever) and go away within a few days.

Like any medicine, a vaccine could cause a serious problem, such as a severe allergic reaction. Anthrax is a very serious disease, and the risk of serious harm from the vaccine is extremely small. Mild Problems such as reactions on the arm where the shot was given, redness, itching, lump on injection site, and bruises are common. Muscle aches or temporary limitation of arm movement , and fatigue are also common. As with any vaccine, other severe problems have been reported. Signs of a serious allergic reaction can include: difficulty breathing, hoarseness or wheezing, hives, paleness, weakness, a fast heart beat or dizziness. Life-threatening severe illness has occurred with major organ system failure where more than half of the people who suffer these side effects die.

Varicella vaccinations (also known as Chicken Pox) can cause soreness or swelling where the shot was given, fever, mild rash, up to a month after vaccination. It is possible for these people to infect other members of their household, but this is extremely rare. Other serious problems, including severe brain reactions and low blood count, have also been reported after a chickenpox vaccination.

While vaccines have been given for many years, they may not be as safe as once thought. However, they are enormously profitable for drug companies and recent legislation in the U.S. has exempted lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies in the event of adverse reactions. And many doctors continue to push them on their patients and then when adverse reactions occur don’t report them to the CDC. It is always the patient that suffers, not the doctors or the drug companies.


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