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The medical-pharmaceutical industry has assured us that vaccines and their various contents have been tested and are safe. Researchers in Europe got curious after seeing a new disease called macrophagic myofasciitis (MMF) occur in people exposed to aluminum. They looked into the aluminum safety studies and found that these studies were done only on rabbits. Just rabbits.
“But lots of rabbits over a long period of time, right?” Uh, just short-term and just one study. “But a lot of rabbits, right? Right?” Well, that depends on your definition of “lots.” If more than one is “lots,” then, yes, “lots.” “How many then? Around a thousand? One hundred? Ten?” Two. “You mean two thousand? Two hundred?” No, just two. Two rabbits.
World Health Organization guidelines for safe levels of aluminum are based on studies like that. Conflicts of interest among safety agencies and medical authorities are well documented, and this video discusses them in some detail.
Christopher Exley is one of the world’s leading experts on aluminum (or “aluminium” as the British like to call it). He is often called “Mr. Aluminum.” He explains that the industry gets away with this because aluminum is rather subtle. It typically does not produce dramatic and immediate effects except in vaccines. This video was probably produced before he published his latest study results showing that autistic brains contain significantly more aluminum than non-autistic brains. I’m sure Dr. Offit and other vaccine advocates will be quick to assure us that this is purely coincidence. It is no coincidence that my thumb is UP for another video that raises concerns about vaccines that were only proven safe for a short period of time for two rabbits.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly magazine of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Spring 2018.