Stuck with another ineffective vaccine

The government-industrial-medical complex and lame stream media have an easy excuse when their ineffective bureaucratic vaccination programs don’t work as promised–just blame the people who don’t get vaccinated!

But they can’t apply this blame when it comes to the recent mumps outbreaks.

According to the latest numbers from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), almost 95 percent of all American children get the MMR vaccine–which covers measles, mumps and rubella–before entering kindergarten.

Mumps is a highly contagious virus that causes fever, headache, and painfully swollen glands. In more serious cases, mumps can cause meningitis, deafness, and testicular inflammation with lifelong sterility in men. But when you acquire the virus as a child, the symptoms are much less severe and you have natural immunity.

An infected person can pass it on by sneezing, coughing or just talking. Before the vaccine became mandatory in the late 1970s, the virus spread easily among children in crowded schools and classrooms. Indeed, when I was a child, we all got the mumps in school. And then acquired lifelong immunity.

But the vaccine has thwarted this natural process.

Over the past 10 years, we have started to see mumps outbreaks among fully vaccinated populations. And often the new cases occur in much older children, adolescents, and adults, when the infection and its complications are usually more serious.

In fact, in May 2014, the New Jersey Department of Health warned of an outbreak of mumps at the Stevens Institute of Technology, which houses young adult students. So far, the Health Department has confirmed 15 cases of mumps. Each of these students had been fully vaccinated with two documented doses of the MMR shots.

But that’s not the first time we’ve seen this type of outbreak among vaccinated populations.

In fact, between 2009 and 2010 there was a serious mumps outbreak among Orthodox Jews living in New York City and surrounding areas. A researcher from the CDC helped lead the investigation. They found that 77 percent of people who contracted new cases of the mumps had received two doses of the MMR vaccine.

Now we must consider one of two possibilities. Either the vaccine has lost its effectiveness. Or it was never effective in the first place.

Even among researchers in favor of these vaccinations, there is skepticism about the mumps vaccine.

According to Dr. William Schaffer at Vanderbilt University, the effectiveness of the mumps vaccine is “not so good.” And the vaccine seems to offer the least protection against the more severe strains.

In fact, according to a 2008 FDA study, the vaccine is anywhere from zero to 33 percent effective against a dangerous strain of the mumps virus called “Rubini.” Amazingly, the FDA (like other government agencies) still blames outbreaks on people who don’t get the vaccine. Instead of admitting the vaccine doesn’t work.

In 2010, two former employees of Merck–the producer of the MMR vaccine–filed a “whistleblower” lawsuit that claims the company overstated the vaccine’s effectiveness.

(Where have we heard that before about a vaccine?)

The two virologists claim Merck manipulated clinical trial data beginning in the 1990s in order to keep its exclusive rights to manufacture the vaccine. These trials fraudulently showed that Merck’s MMR-II vaccine (an update of the 1971 vaccine) was 95 percent effective.

In the end, the U.S. government bought four million doses of “mislabeled” and “misbranded” MMR vaccines each year for at least a decade.

The virologists claim the faulty vaccine helped spark two major mumps outbreaks in recent years that affected more than 10,000 people.

But millions of children each year receive this vaccine. And it may not provide them with adequate protection. In fact, it may delay contraction of the virus until the child is older…and when the side effects can be much more severe.

Unfortunately, President Obama and his Attorney General Eric Holder at the U.S. Department of Justice have refused to pursue the case. Plus, the mainstream medical complex continues to insist the benefits of this vaccine outweigh the risk.

The mumps vaccine alone is a very dangerous shot. But we now give it in combination with the measles and rubella vaccines. And researchers believe this practice magnifies the individual vaccines’ risks.

(Of course, public health officials justify this practice as a matter of convenience. They claim that parents won’t take their children to the doctors more often to obtain separate vaccinations. Their philosophy is…grab them while you can. And, apparently, before they wise up!)

But when many vaccines are given within a short period, the immune system naturally experiences an overload. And an overactive immune system can attack its own tissues. Likewise, over-stimulated immune system cells can potentially attack the pancreas and other sensitive glands, causing permanent damage and lifelong diabetes and obesity.

In fact, a recent review published in Molecular and Genetic Medicine discusses evidence linking immune overload from multiple vaccinations with the modern epidemics of diabetes (Types 1 and 2) and obesity.

Despite all the evidence, the government still refuses to comment on their own studies at the FDA and CDC. And it refuses to conduct further research on the ineffective MMR vaccine and its overloaded vaccine schedule.

Of course, mainstream medicine and the lamestream media continue to represent parents who don’t vaccinate their children as a laughingstocks and health hazards. But maybe they’re the smart ones…

If the mumps vaccine really works, it should always protect you against you the virus. Even if you come in contact with an infected person.

Isn’t that really the point with all vaccines? Otherwise, why vaccinate?

Public health experts never seem to answer that question.

Sources:

1. “Vaccination Coverage Among Children in Kindergarten — United States, 2012–13 School Year,” Centers for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov) 8/2/2013

2. “Situational Update,” State of New Jersey Department of Health (www.state.nj.us)5/21/2014

3. “Mumps vaccine effectiveness and risk factors for disease in households during an outbreak in New York City,” Vaccine 32 (2014) 369– 374

4. “Mumps Outbreaks in Vaccinated Populations: Are Available Mumps Vaccines Effective Enough to Prevent Outbreaks?” Clin Infect Dis. (2008) 47 (11): 1458-1467

5. “Merck Whistleblower Suit A Boon to Vaccine Foes Even As It Stresses Importance of Vaccines,” Forbes (www.forbes.com) 6/27/2012

6. “Review of Vaccine Induced Immune Overload and the Resulting Epidemics of Type 1 Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome, Emphasis on Explaining the Recent

Accelerations in the Risk of Prediabetes and other Immune Mediated Diseases,” Mol Genet Med 2014, S1:025


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