About a year or 2 ago I decided to throw out some bait. I was tired of conversations that contained phrases like "but my doctor said" or "the entire CDC agrees" or "the government would never recommend shots if they were hurting people". People just don't always think for themselves. I decided to approach this from a different angle. I decided to being attention to vaccine ingredients without mentioning vaccines to see if anyone would notice the deadly cocktail without all the brainwashing that apparently escorts the word "vaccine". Secretly, yes, I was hoping that some pro-vaccine person in my friends list would bite. And she did. Here is the thread that led to her threat to call Child Protective Services on me:
ME: I have been looking into some supplements for the kids. The one most recommended contains this...any thoughts? Not sure if it seems safe (Husband). [I just copied and pasted vaccine ingredients listed on the CDC website]
Medium 199, Minimum Essential Medium, phosphate, recombinant human albumin, neomycin, sorbitol, hydrolyzed gelatin, chick embryo cell culture, WI-38 human diploid lung fibroblasts, casamino acids, yeast, ammonium sulfate, Polysorbate 80, succinate buffer, aluminum phosphate, soy peptone broth, 2-phenoxyethanol, formaldehyde, neomycin, streptomycin, polymyxin B, monkey kidney cells, Eagle MEM modified medium, calf serum protein, sucrose, sodium citrate, sodium phosphate monobasic monohydrate, sodium hydroxide, polysorbate 80, cell culture media, fetal bovine serum, vero cells (DNA from porcine circoviruses), formalin, yeast protein, aluminum phosphate, aluminum hydroxide, amino acids, phosphate buffer, polysorbate 20, neomycin sulfate, MRC-5 human diploid cells
Husband: Have you lost your mind?
Friend 1: Gross!
Friend 2: Calf serum? Human diploid cells? This stuff sounds awful.
Me: Yes, it may sound strange to us and even dangerous because a lot of the ingredients are known to cause cancer...but most doctors recommend it and I'm told we are just uneducated and too ignorant to understand the value and irresponsible to question the doctors that know more than we do.
Friend 3: Are you concerned it isn't safe to flush down the toilet? Good for you! I don't think it is. Maybe incinerate. [As you can see, some friends in the know about vaccines knew right away to what I was referring]
Friend 4: Mmmm, chick embryo cell culture and monkey kidney cells mixed with yeast and formaldehyde...do those doctors give this to their own children, I wonder?
Friend 5: Please tell us the brand. As a student of naturopathic nutrition, I'm dying to know. The things I've heard recommended about nutrition from docs is just incredible, including when they recommend folic acid for pregnant women. 45% of the population cannot metabolize that and this synthetic form of the vitamin and it blocks folate from being absorbed. Fail!
Friend 6: HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA
Me: As far as I can tell it seems very convincing that the doctors that recommend this do actually give it to their children and take it themselves when fitting. The manufacturer says there are risks (such as cancer, diabetes, arthritis, Kawasaki's disease, blood clotting disorders, encephalitis, Guillian Barre syndrome, rash, death, seizures, brain damage - but these are probably pretty rare), but most doctors unanimously agree that the benefits outweigh the risks. It is supposed to prevent tons of diseases like diarrhea and rash and hepatitis and even some coughing. It seems silly not to give my children a preventative for a rash, fever, and cough if I can at all help it. And some day they might become sexually active, so I need to think of that. Oh yeah, it even protects against polio...if we ever travelled somewhere that polio actually exists.
Friend 6: Yes I need a brand so I can see if my pediatrician recommends it also...
Oh, gotcha!!! Actually the peds at our clinic do recommend this
Me: It is the ONLY preventative actually approved by the FDA. All the others are just from "quacks" the doctors say. I was concerned about some of the things on the paper inside the box, but when I asked, one doctor got really annoyed that I would question his recommendation and told me that I am just a mom and am misinterpreting the information. It seemed pretty blatant that it could cause so many diseases - bad ones, deadly ones - but the doctor said it would be better than maybe getting a rash for a few days because those are contagious. I felt like I must be living in a different world because I always thought that cancer, blood-clotting disorders, seizures, and death were worse than a rash. Am i nuts?
Me: Because, besides, the product can cause a fever and rash, but the doctors say that it is ok and perfectly fine to get a fever and rash from the product but irresponsible and selfish if I let my kids get one on their own.
Friend 5: The vitamins that my husband and in laws have been given by the NHS are the absolute worst--the cheapest, least bio-available. Total rubbish. I'm a fan of food first, but supplements do sometimes have a role to play. In the US, Thorne is a brand that is generally very good. They have high standards and do several third party tests on them to make sure they contain what they say they do, and when I compare them to my lecture notes from my classes about the best forms, they are typically right on. Not cheap, but you get what you pay for, too.
Friend 7/THE WOMAN: [And here it is] Look, I have read enough. You are going to kill your children. You obviously have issues and need to deal with them first hand. Honestly, if I find out you give your girls these supplements, you can bet your life CPS will be contacted and involved!!
Me: "Woman", did you by any chance read all the comments also? I think you might be right, but most doctors recommend them and give them to their patients and around 95% of parents let them.
Friend 5: Yes, the doctors here in the UK recommend them to their patients as well and most of the parents give them.
Me: I wouldn't let anyone give my children "preventative supplements" without reading the ingredients and information in the package and thoroughly researching every aspect of it, not well-meaning friends or doctors. I don't even let people give my kids food without reading ingredients first. I just looked up one of the ingredients- Polysorbate 80. It is used in food products, vitamins, and vaccines. It is an emulsifier and and a solvent. It is used to carry nano particles and drugs across the blood-brain barrier to the brain. The material safety data sheet says this:
Section 3: Hazards Identification
Potential Acute Health Effects: Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of eye contact (irritant), of ingestion, of inhalation.
Special Remarks on Chronic Effects on Humans:
May cause adverse reproductive effects based on animal test data. No human data found. May cause cancer based on animal test data. No human data found. May affect genetic material (mutagenic)
Me: Woman, I actually think it is really cool that you are so passionate about protecting children that you would threaten to call CPS on me! You have a lot of guts to stand up for kids and that is awesome! The point of this post was to raise awareness. Most people don't know what they are allowing doctors to inject into their kids because doctors don't offer informed consent. Those ingredients listed above in the "preventative supplements" are vaccine ingredients that I copied and pasted straight from the CDC website for just a FEW of the vaccines given in the first 12 months of a baby's life. Others that are given have a lot of the same ingredients repeated and also other toxic ingredients such as thimerisol (mercury in 6 month flu shot), live viruses, and killed viruses. A lot of these nasty poisons would actually be better if ingested because they could be pooped out, but since they are injected the kidneys need to filter them through the blood and the kidneys are not even fully developed until 1-2 years of age. The side-effects that I listed also came straight from the package insert. If more parents actually read the package inserts carefully (making sure they took the time to understand exactly what was being disclosed), they might hesitate and think about declining vaccines instead of just taking their doctor's word for it that they are safe (they are not). Neither doctors nor the manufacturer can be held liable if a child suffers from a vaccine injury. There is no accountability but lots of statements about vaccines being safe. They say that the science is settled, but it is not. The science is ongoing and there are currently over 6,500 *published* articles in the vaccine research library to back up the dangers AND ineffectiveness of vaccines. I care fiercely about kids, too...that's why I share and post stuff like this all the time.
Courtney Charles is a frequent contributor for TruthKings. Connect with her at Alkaline Mom or on her website alabasterliving.com.