Friday, March 10, 2017 by S.D. Wells
What if you found out that your child’s deadly allergy to peanuts was due to the fact that many vaccines are brewed in peanut oil, then injected into muscle tissue from the day of birth? If CNN and The Washington Post lied and told you it wasn’t true, but then you saw those very ingredients listed on the CDC’s own website for vaccine ingredients, what then? What if you found out that no vaccine used in America has ever been proven safe or effective, and on top of that, the small pox vaccine contained African green monkey kidney cells? Would that freak you out?
Most Americans with any kind of food allergies whatsoever will read the ingredients list on everything they buy to eat, but those same people have never, ever in their lives read the ingredients listed on vaccine inserts because the doctor and nurse never offered, and they simply didn’t think to ask.
If you picked up a package of deli meat or a can of chunky soup and the label listed the following ingredients, would you still eat it, just because the picture on the front looked tasty? Here are known vaccine ingredients (excipients) the CDC lists on vaccine inserts:
Fetal bovine serum
Formaldehyde (embalming fluid)
Anti-foaming agent (synthetic)
Polysorbate 80 (synthetic surfactant used in cosmetics)
Monosodium glutamate (concentrated genetically modified salt)
MRC-5 (random human diploid cells)
Sodium borate (think of borax)
Squalene (aka MF59 – toxic oil that causes devastating autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, systemic lupus and death)
Canine kidney (MDCK) cell protein
Thimerosal (50% mercury; highly toxic to all humans and animals)
Aluminum salts (neurotoxic and causes dementia)
Host cell DNA
Recombinant human albumin (pooled blood)
Hydrolyzed gelatin (made from the cartilage and hides of animals)
Sorbitol (artificial sweetener and emulsifier)
Urea (waste product expelled by animals after being excreted from the kidneys – yes, that’s animal urine)
Hydrolyzed porcine (pig) gelatine
Guinea pig cell cultures
The common “adjuvant” for human use in vaccines is an aluminum salt called “alum” which is derived from aluminum hydroxide (or aluminum phosphate). Any honest scientist can tell you that this type of aluminum has neurotoxic effects on humans. This neurotoxicant is linked to Alzheimer’s disease and neurological disorders, too. Before 1980, kidney patients undergoing long term dialysis treatments of dialysate that contained aluminum suffered from encephalopathy syndrome (acute intoxication from the aluminum).
For preterm infants, prolonged feeding using intravenous methods with solutions containing aluminum are directly linked to impaired neurological development (please recognize this as autism spectrum disorder in fancy wording). Top it all off with the fact that vaccines containing both mercury-based preservatives and aluminum adjuvants greatly magnify neurotoxic effects.
It’s not hard to believe that most MDs themselves could be suffering from brain damage caused by the very vaccines they administer and promote. Vaccine proponents, fanatics and sheeple from the “herd” theory constantly berate anyone who questions these horrific vaccine ingredients, claiming that vaccinated children are the ones spreading disease and suffering from compromised immune systems.
The majority of people who get the full schedule of vaccines as recommended by the CDC would never eat any of the ingredients in most vaccines, but they live in total denial that those ingredients are being injected into their own bodies. The very diseases the sheeple are paranoid about getting are actually being injected into them, including diseases they’ve never even heard of before.
If you yourself are not suffering from vaccine ingredient denialism you may be able to save your friends, children, neighbors, relatives and coworkers by simply showing them the ingredients list from the vaccine inserts they swear are helping them (if they can still read and comprehend).
Good luck to you all. Remember, knowledge is power, but only if you use it.
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