What do Polysorbate 80 and Octoxynol 10 have in common? They both cause infertility and they are both in many vaccines.
November 24, 2011
“According to the California Teratogen Information Service (CTIS) Pregnancy Health Information Line, there are many factors that can cause a man to be infertile and as around half of all infertility cases result from the man, it is important to properly study the causes.
Previous studies have found that radiation and electromagnetic radiation from cell phones and computers have been linked to infertility or sub-fertility as well as chemicals, including heavy metals and solvents, heat and pressure (such as hot baths and tight underwear), environmental pollution, cigarette smoking and sexually transmitted diseases.
But in their summary of different causes of infertility, they forgot one: vaccines.
Fertility has been declining rapidly since the 1950s in all countries of the world and the start of the change coincided with the introduction of the first mass vaccination programs. For instance, in the UK in 1947, a mass DPT vaccine campaign was initiated and in 1958, the first polio and diphtheria vaccines were brought in on a mass scale for all people under 15 years old.”
S. Edmonson for Salem-News.com
“The chief, if not the sole, cause of the monstrous increase in cancer has been vaccination” – Dr. Robert Bell, once Vice President International Society for Cancer Research at the British Cancer Hospital
Experts say families need to take a critical look at vaccines.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Have you been rushing out to get a yearly flu vaccine or diligently taking your children for the 40 or so mandated childhood vaccines?
That’s really a shame because you have unwittingly been trading a run-of-the-mill flu or just the measles, for loading up your or your children’s bodies with cancer and other deadly viruses, a destructive bacteria, a chemical selected to damage fertility, and with synthetic DNA that threatens to damage your own DNA – the biologic code for your existence.
Who is saying the vaccines are contaminated?
None other than the (now deceased) head of vaccines at Merck, Dr. Maurice Hillerman, who on camera admitted that Merck’s Hepatitis B vaccines, contaminated with a virus, caused the AIDS epidemic in the US. He went on to say that all of Merck’s vaccines are contaminated with cancer and other viruses. (The US government has conceded the HEB B vaccine causes Lupus. That vaccine is mandated for every infant in the US on the day of birth, and is associated with MS as well.)
That vaccine is mandated for every infant in the US on the day of birth, and is associated with MS as well.)
For Jews who have almost religiously believed in medical authorities about vaccines and poo-pooed those worried about the safety of vaccines, they might want to notice that Hillerman was Jewish.
Or they might recognize that so is Dr. Larry Palevsky, a board certified NY pediatrician, who for ten years routinely gave vaccines to his patients until he noticed them losing eye contact and then began looking into the vaccines he had blindly trusted. He found that they are ALL contaminated with viruses that are so small they can never be removed. He no longer gives any vaccines. He now treats his young patients for autism and other neurologic injuries from vaccines.
Donald W. Scott, the editor of The Journal of Degenerative Diseases and the co-founder of the Common Cause Medical Research Foundation, links vaccines to AIDS (as did Hillerman) and to US bioweapons research, and says they are contaminated with mycoplasma, a primitive bacteria that takes apart cell walls.
Perhaps the highest scientific authority saying vaccines are contaminated is Garth Nicolson. He is a cell biologist and editor of the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Metastasis, and the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. He is one of the most cited scientists in the world, having published over 600 medical and scientific peer-reviewed papers, edited over 14 books, and served on the editorial boards of 28 medical and scientific journals. He is not just saying that vaccines are contaminated with mycoplasma but is warning the US that they are. Nicolson goes further and says that we are all being damaged by them and contracting chronic degenerative diseases that.
That damage translates into lifelong patients (and thus life-long profit) for the pharmaceutical industry making the vaccines and he says doesn’t appear to be accidental.”
Parents Opting Out VIDEO
“More parents are opting out of school shots for their kids. In eight states now, more than one in 20 public school kindergarten children aren’t getting all the vaccines required for attendance.
That growing trend among parents seeking vaccine exemptions has health officials worried about outbreaks of diseases that once were all but stamped out.
The Associated Press analysis found more than half of states have seen at least a slight rise in the rate of exemptions over the past five years. States with the highest exemption rates are in the West and Upper Midwest.Exemption: Jennifer Margulis, centre, from Ashland, Oregon, with two of her children, Hesperus, left, and Leona. She believes officials do not know the effect of so many shots on young children
It’s ‘really gotten much worse,’ said Mary Selecky, secretary of health for Washington state, where six per cent of public school parents have opted out.
Rules for exemptions vary by state and can include medical, religious or – in some states – philosophical reasons.
Reasons for skipping some school shots vary. Some parents are sceptical that vaccines are essential. Others fear vaccines carry their own risks. Some find it easier to check a box opting out than the effort to get the shots and required paperwork schools demand. Still others are ambivalent, believing in older vaccines but questioning newer shots against, say, chickenpox.
The number of shots is also giving some parents pause. By the time most children are six, they will have been stuck with a needle about two dozen times – with many of those shots given in infancy. The cumulative effect of all those shots has not been studied enough, some parents say.
‘Many of the vaccines are unnecessary and public health officials don’t honestly know what the effect of giving so many vaccines to such small children really are,’ said Jennifer Margulis, a mother of four and parenting book author in Ashland, Ore.
But few serious problems have turned up over years of vaccinations and several studies have shown no link with autism, a theory from the 1990s that has been widely discredited.
To be sure, childhood vaccination rates remain high overall, at 90 per cent or better for several vaccines, including those for polio, measles, hepatitis B and even chickenpox. In many states, exemptions are filed for fewer than one per cent of children entering school for the first time.
Health officials have not identified an exemption threshold that would likely lead to outbreaks. But as they push for 100 per cent immunization, they worry when some states have exemption rates climbing over 5 per cent. The average state exemption rate has been estimated at less than half that.Safety first: Ms Margulis shows off empty vials of vaccine that she saves in case one of her children has a bad reaction
Even more troubling are pockets in some states where exemption rates much higher. In some rural counties in northeast Washington, for example, vaccination exemption rates in recent years have been above 20 per cent and even as high as 50 per cent.
‘Vaccine refusers tend to cluster,’ said Saad Omer, an Emory University epidemiologist who has done extensive research on the issue.
While parents may think it does no harm to others if their kids skip some vaccines, they are in fact putting others at risk, health officials say. No vaccine is completely effective. If an outbreak begins in an unvaccinated group of children, a vaccinated child may still be at some risk of getting sick.
Studies have found communities with higher exemption rates sometimes are places where measles have suddenly re-emerged in outbreaks. Vaccinated kids are sometimes among the cases, or children too young to be vaccinated. Last year, California had more than 2,100 whooping cough cases, and 10 infants died. Only one had received a first dose of vaccine.
‘Your child’s risk of getting disease depends on what your neighbours do’
‘Your child’s risk of getting disease depends on what your neighbours do,’ said Omer.
And while it seems unlikely that diseases like polio and diphtheria could ever make a comeback to the U.S., immunisation expert Dr Lance Rodewald with the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it could happen.
‘Polio can come back. China was polio free for two decades, and just this year, they were infected from Pakistan, and there is a big outbreak of polio China now. The same could happen here,’ Rodewald said in an email.
He cited outbreaks of Hib, a disease that can lead to meningitis, among the Amish who don’t consistently vaccinate their children. Russia had a huge diphtheria outbreak in the early to mid-1990s, he said, because vaccine coverage declined. ‘Measles is just visible, but it isn’t the only concern,’ Rodewald said.
For its review, the AP asked state health departments for kindergarten exemption rates for 2006-07 and 2010-11. The AP also looked at data states had previously reported to the federal government. (Most states don’t have data for the current 2011-12 school year.)
Alaska had the highest exemption rate in 2010-11, at nearly nine per cent. Colorado’s rate was seven per cent, Minnesota six-and-a-half per cent, Vermont and Washington six per cent, and Oregon, Michigan and Illinois were close behind.
Mississippi was lowest, at essentially zero per cent.Opting out: Ms Marguilis and husband James Di Properzio are wary of the government’s mandated schedule of vaccinations
The AP found that vaccine exemptions rose in more than half of states, and ten had increases over the five years of about one-and-a-half percentage points or more, a range health officials say is troubling.
Those states, too, were in the West and Midwest – Alaska, Kansas, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, Montana, Oregon, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin. Arizona saw an increase that put that state in the same ballpark.
Exemption seekers are often middle-class, college-educated white people, but there are often a mix of views and philosophies. Exemption hot spots like Sedona, Arizona, and rural northeast Washington have concentrations of both alternative medicine-preferring as well as government-fearing libertarians.
Opposition to vaccines ‘is putting people together that normally would not be together,’ observed Elizabeth Jacobs, a University of Arizona epidemiologist looking at that state’s rising exemption rates.
What many of exemption-seeking parents share, however, is a mental calculation that the dangers to their children of vaccine-preventable diseases are less important than the possible harms from vaccine. Or they just don’t believe health officials, putting more stock in alternative sources – often discovered through Internet searches.
‘We are being told this by every government official, teacher, doctor that we need vaccines to keep us safe from these diseases. I simply don’t believe that to be true. I believe all the diseases in question were up to 90 percent in decline before mass vaccines ever were given. I don’t think vaccines are what saved the world from disease. I think effective sewer systems, nutrition, and handwashing (are the reasons),’ said Sabrina Paulick, of Ashland, Ore. She works part-time as a caregiver for elderly people in their homes and has a four-year-old daughter.
‘We are being told this by every government official, teacher, doctor that we need vaccines to keep us safe from these diseases. I simply don’t believe that to be true’
Parents say they’d like to reserve the right to decide what vaccinations their children should get, and when. Health officials reply that vaccinations are recommended at an early age to protect children before they encounter a dangerous infection. ‘If you delay, you’re putting a child at risk,’ said Gerri Yett, a nurse who manages Alaska’s immunization program.
Analysing vaccination exemptions is difficult. States collect data differently; some base their exemption rates on just a small sample of schools – Alaska, for example – while others rely on more comprehensive numbers. So the AP worked with researchers at CDC, which statistically adjusted some states’ 2010-11 data for a better comparison.
It’s also not clear when an exemption was invoked against all vaccines and when it was used to excuse just one or two shots. CDC officials think the second scenario is more common.
Also, states differ on some of the vaccines required and what’s needed to get an exemption: Sometimes only a box on a form needs to be checked, while some states want letters or even signed statements from doctors.
Meanwhile, some parent groups and others have pushed legislators to make exemptions easier or do away with vaccination requirements altogether. The number of states allowing philosophical exemptions grew from 15 to 20 in the last decade.
Some in public health are exasperated by the trend.
‘Every time we give them evidence (that vaccines are safe), they come back with a new hypothesis’ for why vaccines could be dangerous, said Kacey Ernst, another University of Arizona researcher.
The exemption increases have come during a time when the government has been raising its estimates of how many children have autism and related disorders. Some experts suggest that parents have listened intently to that message, with some believing the growing roster of recommended shots must somehow be related.
‘I don’t understand how other people don’t see that these two things are related,’ said Stacy Allan, a Summit, N.J., mother who filed religious exemptions and stopped vaccinating her three children.
Several parents said that while they believe many health officials mean well, their distrust of the vaccine-making pharmaceutical industry only continues to grow.
‘I wouldn’t be one to say I am absolutely certain these things are hurting our children,’ said Michele Pereira, an Ashland mother of two young girls. She is a registered nurse and married to an anaesthesiologist. While her daughters have had some vaccinations, they have not had the full recommended schedule.
‘I feel like there are enough questions out there that I don’t want to take the chance,’ she said.”
“A stunning Planned Parenthood document that includes radical ideas such as compulsory abortion and sterilization; special “permits” to have children; penalizing parents; and encouraging homosexuality dovetails with some Obamacare mandates, according to a former Planned Parenthood director.
Abby Johnson, who left her position after helping with an abortion and writing about her experience in “unPLANNED,” said the document has been around for 40 years but has been virtually ignored.
“When I worked at Planned Parenthood, there was something that we were not allowed to talk about,” Johnson said. “If we didn’t talk about it, then maybe no one else would either. It was called the Jaffe Memo.”
The document is a memorandum about population control to Population Council President Bernard Berelson from Frederick S. Jaffe, vice president of Planned Parenthood.
It suggests fertility control agents in the water supply; applying a “substantial marriage tax” as well as a “child tax”; taxing married couples more than singles; eliminating maternity leaves or benefits; removing child care facilities and then requiring women to work; compulsory abortion and sterilizations; and a “stock certificate type permit for children.”
Johnson explained that in 1969, the federal government asked Planned Parenthood to offer ideas to address overpopulation.”
“They did just that,” she said. “What is in the memo as a ‘solution’ to overpopulation is astonishing. And, I’m sorry to say, it looks like the Jaffe memo is starting to show its face in our culture.”
She said she found out something during her current pregnancy that spurred her to try to bring attention to Jaffe’s work.
She said she found out that not only did her insurance plan exclude maternity coverage, she could not find any private insurance companies offering such coverage.
Their answers were not only alike but alarming, she said.
After calling 18 insurance companies, each gave her the same reply: “When Obama enacted his ‘health care reform,’ he mandated that maternity coverage not be available to any private insurance company.”
This made Johnson question if Obamacare is part of the agenda to discourage pregnancy, an agenda that her former employer apparently tried to conceal for decades.
The memo includes:
- Social Constraints: 1) Restructure Family – postpone or avoid marriage, alter image of ideal family size; 2) Compulsory education of children; 3) Encourage increased homosexuality; 4) Educate for family limitation; 5) Fertility control agents in water supply; 6) Encourage women to work
- Economic Deterrents: 1) Modify tax policies – substantial marriage tax, child tax, tax married more than single, remove parents tax exemption, additional taxes on parents with more than 1 or 2 children in school; 2) Reduce/eliminate paid maternity leave or benefits; 3) Reduce/eliminate children’s or family allowances; 4) Bonuses for delayed marriage and greater child-spacing; 5) Pensions for women of 45 with less than N children; 6) Eliminate welfare payments after first 2 children; 7) Chronic depression; 8) Require women to work and provide few child care facilities; 9) Limit/eliminate public-financed medical care, scholarships, housing, loans and subsidies to families with more than N children
- Social Controls: 1) Compulsory abortion of out-of-wedlock pregnancies; 2) Compulsory sterilization of all who have two children except for a few who would be allowed three; 3) Confine childbearing to only a limited number of adults; 4) Stock certificate type permits for children; 5) Housing policies – discouragement of private home ownership, stop awarding public housing based on family size; 6) Payments to encourage sterilization; 7) Payments to encourage contraception; 8) Payments to encourage abortion; 9) Abortion and sterilization on demand; 10) Allow certain contraceptives to be distributed non-medically; 11) Improve contraceptive technology; 12) Make contraception truly available and accessible to all; 13) Improve maternal health care, with family planning a core element
Four years after the report was published in 1969, abortion was legalized in the U.S. Since then, some 54 million unborn children have been aborted, which averages about 3,000 babies being killed every day.
Also, today there are more women than men in the American workforce. And from the year of the report through this year, the unwed birth rate has increased 300 percent, while the unmarried domestic partnership rate from that time through the turn of the century escalated almost six-fold. Since 1970, marriages have declined 30 percent, while divorce has increased by 40 percent.
Homosexual indoctrination also is becoming prevalent in schools, and many times children are offered free contraception without their parents’ knowledge.
“Scary, isn’t it?” Johnson asked. “What is scarier is that some of these things are happening … and they have begun to happen under Obama’s reign. … ‘Reduce/eliminate paid maternity leave or benefits.’ Sound familiar?”
Johnson is all too familiar with the so-called “progress” Planned Parenthood has made since its inception nearly a century ago and emphasizes how the abortion provider took in $1 billion in revenues last year alone.
“They are pushing for no restrictions on birth control and abortion,” Johnson asserted. “And guess who is right alongside them leading the charge? Our commander in chief, Barack Obama.”
And Johnson warns against Planned Parenthood’s front as a family friendly “healthcare provider” that claims to look out for the welfare of the nation’s women and children.
“Don’t be naïve,” Johnson urged. “This memo is still Planned Parenthood’s ultimate desire. Abortion and contraceptives on demand … that is their goal. They will do anything to make it happen … including coercion, breaking the law, underhanded deals, and dirty politics.”
Johnson’s position on abortion took a drastic shift two years ago after seeing an ultrasound of a 13-week-old preborn baby struggling for life inside the mother’s womb before being killed. She witnessed the scene as a director at one of Planned Parenthood’s facilities in Texas and later turned pro-life. The abortion provider initially got a gag order on her to keep her from disclosing inside information about the questioned organization’s practices.
But Johnson is not content to merely point out what Planned Parenthood and the government are doing.
“It is time to fight back,” she said. “I do not want to live in a communist country. That, of course, would be no problem for Planned Parenthood. … They would end up on top in a communist regime.”
Widespread infanticide currently is taking place in communist China, where mothers are allowed to have only one child. In Russia, 73 percent of all pregnancies end up in abortion.
“Just think of what could happen in the next 50 years if pro-lifers don’t stand up against this organization,” Johnson said. “Forced abortion … it could happen. Limits on children … another possibility.”
Johnson offers ways to battle the abortion industry and save innocent lives:
- Spread this message to other people who value life
- Show people what Planned Parenthood is really about
- Go pray at a clinic
- Reach out to abortion clinic workers
- Only vote for candidates who clearly state they will remove funding from Planned Parenthood.
“This memo is real … and it is really happening in our country,” Johnson emphasized. “This is not just a fight we have on our hands … it is a war. Let’s put on our armor. Truth still matters.”
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