WHO eliminated death as a consequence of pentavalent vaccine; UK seeks to mandate vaccines

FYI Vaccine regulators are bent on eliminating whatever vestiges of protection might still be in existence. The UK Independent reports that the British Medical Association is calling for evidence to be submitted to the UK Government on:  “the potential advantages and disadvantages of childhood . . . Continue reading →

Institutional Deception & Repression of Honest Science

“The government hires scientists to support its policies; industry hires them to support its business; and universities hire them to bring in grants that are handed out to support government policies and industry practices… The greatest threat of all is the purposeful . . . Continue reading →

Disconnect between evidence & CDC claims Re: childhood vaccination schedule

A report from the World Health Organization Product Development for Vaccine Advisory Committee (PDVAC) “There are approximately 600 vaccine candidates in development against an estimated 110 pathogens…as the routine immunization schedule expands, it becomes increasingly important to have strong, evidence-based justification for . . . Continue reading →

A Watershed study compares the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated children

A unique peer-reviewed study opens a new chapter in vaccine research. The study addresses the “untouchable” controversial issue that has been the intensely disputed for more than  twenty-five years. It set out to examine whether the CDC Childhood Vaccination Schedule is safe; . . . Continue reading →

FDA conceals serious research misconduct–fraud, deception, even deaths

FDA documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, revealed that the FDA has been concealing from the medical community and the public serious research misconduct; including fraud, deception, avoidable risks for human subjects — even deaths — that occurred in clinical . . . Continue reading →

Independent GMO research is trashed: scientists hounded & silenced

“I have no ideological grounds against Monsanto. For me it’s the scientific argument. They have not done a proper job of testing, and they are just using their political and economic muscle to foist it on us.”(Professor Arpad Putsztai, quoted in The . . . Continue reading →

How academics promoted GMO propaganda & perverted science

Politics and the perversion of science: In 2003, a congressional committee report, documented political interference and manipulation of scientific research at federal agencies charged with developing science-based public health policies. “The Administration’s political interference with science has led to misleading statements by . . . Continue reading →

Why would anybody not want a vaccine safety assessment?

Yale study links vaccines to neurological disorders in children A just published study by researchers at Pennsylvania State University and Yale Child Study Center correlated neuropsychiatric disorders in children to vaccines.The study was published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry (2017)  “The . . . Continue reading →

GMO reliance on toxic chemicals spawned a profusion of Super Weeds

How much herbicide is safe for human consumption? How much is safe for young children? How much will Americans wind up consuming? Since the 1990s, when a National Research Council (NRC) panel warned lawmakers that exposing fetuses and young kids to these compounds can . . . Continue reading →

Weapons of mass deception: false claims, corrupted science

Proponents of genetically engineered / modified (GE/GM, GMO) food often characterize the debate as one of science versus superstition. The implication is that those opposed to GE/GMOs are irrational anti-science cranks or they are misguided by religious ideas. In fact, most of . . . Continue reading →

Scientific review of pesticide cancer risk ignites war against scientists

“Monsanto [is] a company so widely detested that a week rarely passes without at least one protest against its power and its products occurring somewhere in the world.” (Vandana Shiva) When asked about the points of criticism of his company’s aggressive marketing . . . Continue reading →