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Submitted by John (United States), Oct 15, 2009 at 19:44

I don't blame them for being suspicious of pharmaceutical companies, which have been caught doing the very thing they fear in Central and South America. The anti-cervical cancer vaccine has plenty of articles criticizing it, and it is a fact that vaccine contains a compound that has caused laboratory animals to be unable to bring a pregnancy to term. There are women who have been sterilized by vaccines and this is a fact. Plenty enough have even died from it already. Don't ignore it.

Regarding polio, it was being cured with vitamin C even before the Salk vaccine was produced. Polio vaccine is unnecessary because of this. It proves the evil behind pharmaceutical companies. At the very least, they are selling something unnecessary that is harmful and even kills a percentage of children. Witness also the horrifying casualty rate of 1 child out of every 141 in America, falling to autism. This brain murder and life ruination has risen along with the vaccine rate, with kids now getting shot up 27 times in the first two years of life; it is horrific. The drug pushers would rather make a few bucks per kid selling a worthless, even immune-impairing vaccine for chickenpox or diarrhea, even if it means a percentage are ruined for life, along with their families. They standardly trick parents into believing immunizations are required by law, when in most states this is not the case. Those little kids are innately right about not wanting doctors to stick them with needles.

The ignorant and idiots should read the Christian book, "Vaccines, Deception and Tragedy", by Michael Dye, for a primer on the subject of shooting their kids up with a witches brew of chemicals and genetic contamination, and the facts about coverup of side effects, deaths and disease from complications, and how doctors change disease names and statistics to make vaccines look successful. They also might check out the book, "Who Killed Africa?".

When 80% of the human immune system involves the digestive tract, it is utterly stupid to circumvent it by going directly into the circulatory system. If one considers the astronomical degree of engineering that has gone into the immune system, not to mention into genetics, it is obvious that man should not be messing around with it.

The people who should fear vaccines are Americans, who are 85% brainwashed on the sunject, and who if rendered more unsterile, and unreproductive, than they already are, would have an even lower birth rate, and whose nation would be overrun by Islamics and under Sharia law within a few generations. Perhaps there are already Islamic immunologists and inspectors at work right now, in the vaccine manufacture business. Who knows, Isamic "agents" have been infiltrating US Congressional offices, and the West in general, since 1982, and Saudi petromoney has bought Europe and Britain for Islam, why not vaccine firms?

Criticizing Islam over vaccinations is unproductive. There are many more highly important topics over which they need to be critiziced. Thanks for being one of the voices, though, warning the world, the West, and especially America.


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