The controversy over the effectiveness and safety of vaccines is ever growing and many self-proclaimed “professional” journalists continue to sell the safe and effective vaccine myth to millions of people in US and abroad. But is vaccination really any good and saving people from disease and death? A few recent cases in the US answer this question in negative.
Just last year, a teenage girl Carly Christenson died from flu in Minneapolis, MN, despite being vaccinated against flu. Her story was published on CBS Minnesota website. More recently, Health Impact News published the tragic story of a 5-year-old boy in Oregon who died of H1N1 flu virus despite vaccination against it. Worse though, many media outlets with a pro-vaccination agenda omitted the detail of his vaccination while giving his death news.
Interestingly, neither the self-proclaimed journalists have any answer to the question of vaccine’s safety and effectiveness nor do the official administrative body, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) responsible for protecting public health. In fact on their website, CDC keeps posting self-contradictory information, admitting:
“Unfortunately, some people can get infected with an influenza vaccine virus despite getting vaccinated.” They never give exact statistics of how many people vaccinated for flu actually do get flu during any flu season, let alone investigating via a neutral source whether the flu was caused by the virus given the vaccine.
Can flu vaccine and other vaccines that punch a hole in one’s natural immunity be trusted is a question that comes first to one’s mind when coming across examples of vaccinated people suffering with and dying from the same viruses that they were supposed to be protected from by vaccines.
The next question of course is: why are such people putting the public at risk by injecting them with dangerous chemical and biological content not brought to accountability? And this includes dummy journalists and media outlets running ads for vaccinations, both who put people at terrible risk.