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Most if not all those who accept what I call the scientific worldview belief system (and others), almost without exception believe that all vaccinations are safe and beneficial.

To make myself clear, I do not and have not argued that there is not and cannot be a place for vaccination. Frankly, I don’t know enough to make that case either way.

The issue is that, primarily, this is NOT what is happening in our world. I quote from this article:

An Italian court has unearthed a formerly classified document that proves vaccines cause death, and that vaccine companies don’t want you to know this. As published on the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) website, a 1,271-page report by British drug firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) reveals that certain combination vaccines administered to children are known to cause sudden death, but the company chose to obscure and conceal this in official safety reports.
The document deals specifically with the Infanrix Hexa vaccine (combined diphtheria, tetanus, acellular pertussis, hepatitis B, inactivated poliomyelitis and haemophilus influenza type B) made by GSK, as well as the Prevenar 13 vaccine by Pfizer and several other vaccines. It explains that, contrary to the skewed data presented by GSK suggesting that dozens of sudden death cases following vaccination were not linked to Infanrix Hexa, the same data broken down by time of occurrence reveals that the vaccine was, in fact, directly linked to the deaths.
The devil is in the details, as they say, and in this case GSK masked these details by clumping together the majority of the deaths that occurred within 10 days following vaccination with the select few that occurred after 10 days. By doing this, the drug giant made it appear as though sudden deaths were spread out over a much longer period than they actually were, which it claimed served as evidence that the vaccine was not the cause of sudden death.

End of quote.

Do you expect any action over this fraud and obfuscation? I don’t. History is quite clear on this.

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