Profiles of the Vaccine Injured: A Lifetime Price to Pay
Children’s Health Defense
Let me see if I can boost your faith in our medical system. When I was a kid back in the dark ages (the 1960s), less than 2 percent of children had health conditions serious enough to interfere with usual daily activities. With all the advances in medical technology, things must be even better now, right? Wrong. Current data indicate that about 60 percent of children and adults have one or more chronic conditions, and the trend is just getting worse. How am I doing? Feel better now? Sigh.
Maybe we don’t spend enough money on health care. The U.S. spends more than twice as much as any other country on health care, yet by most measures of health, we are doing worse than a large and growing number of countries. Well, that’s not good.
Maybe if we fund more vaccines and new vaccine technology, things will get better. Maybe if we create gene therapy but still call it a “vaccine,” things will get better. Maybe if we then mandate those injections and make them easily available, things will get better. Maybe if we even make them free for many people, things will get better. Vaccine makers have a long criminal record and have paid billions for crimes against humanity. Maybe if we give them freedom from all liability, things will get better. What could go wrong? Maybe if we threaten to ruin people’s lives and careers unless they get vaccinated, things will get better.
Well, that last paragraph in particular has been tried to varying degrees around the United States and the world for the last few years. The numbers are in. I could fill a few pages with those numbers, and this book does provide plenty of well-referenced numbers, but I’ll just sum it up. The numbers aren’t just bad, they are sickening.
However, there may be many readers who are not so mathematically inclined and don’t connect well with impersonal numbers. There are ways to discern what is going on even if you don’t know all the detailed numbers. The CDC set up a v-safe system to monitor the safety of these latest vaccines. At the time I’m writing this, they have declined to share those data with the public, something they are legally and morally obligated to do. That pretty much tells you what you need to know. Now, you don’t need to see the numbers. If that doesn’t convince you that these experimental shots need to stop, then go ahead and get all the jabs you want. You’ll be fine. The numbers are bad, and they don’t want you to know how bad. But that’s OK. You’ll be fine.
If you are not a numbers person, then this book is for you. The personal stories of nine real people injured by vaccines—ranging from the MMR to Covid shots—are told in this book. Many of them are children. If you can read these stories, especially Ernesto’s story, and not feel the pain, then you are probably not human. The pain and suffering is not just limited to medical adverse effects, but many face financial ruin and loss of friends and even family who don’t want to hear any heretical criticism of these precious vaccines. They discover that they are on their own. Makes sense, right? Any questions? Shut up. This book rates three hankies and a thumbs UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Spring 2023🖨️ Print post