Tuesday, June 1, 2010

What you need to think about Vaccines

News that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has funded a new "sweat triggered vaccine delivery" using nanotechnology, offers an opportunity to reflect. The Gates program is based on nanoparticles penetrating human skin. This technology is present in the Gates Foundation involvement, in the Grand Challenges Explorations program, which claims to be working to "achieve major breakthroughs in global health." Wow!  Breakthroughs? Breakthroughs in mass sterilization and vaccines by nanoparticles? Just think, nanoparticles could be made into a spray. This spray could be administered anywhere; from a Blackhawks game to an airport, and nobody would be the wiser.
Margaret Sanger has nothing on Bill and Melinda Gates. Right at this present moment, the Gates Foundation is focusing it's resources on poor Third World countries. Does the word eugenics come to your mind? It will be just a matter of time before their genius will concentrate in certain areas in the US. Perhaps it already has, and we just don't know we've been sprayed, like the crops. Remember the scene from a James Bond movie, where a crop duster airplane wasn't spraying for insects? Instead, spraying for anesthesia effect, so the gold could be stolen from Fort Knox.
Here's one for you. Vaccinating boys for HPV, with the Gardasil vaccine. Have you ever, in your wildest dreams, thought that we would vaccinate males for a female problem. Here's the rest of the story. The makers of Gardasil, recently began promoting, (I'm sure for $$$) the HPV shots for boys as young as 9.
Remember, Gardasil was introduced for girls in 2006. It was the first vaccine, to supposedly, offer protection for the human papillomavirus or HPV. Of course the vaccine was fast-tracked, so no one knew it's risks or benefits, because fast-tracked means no studies. Everyone knows, that there have been major complications with the vaccine. These complications cover a broad spectrum, from minor irriation to a reported death. But, fear not. That does not matter for Gardasil makers. They simply have changed the sex.
Isn't the human papillomavirus the virus which causes cervical cancer in females?  So, boys have a cervix now? I don't get it. Commenting on our society, one parent is reported to have said, "I like the fairness of the vaccine, that either sex has the opportunity to take it, not just females."  Let's have both our kids die, males and females. Yes, that's fair.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last October, granted Merck (the maker of Gardasil) permission to promote the vaccine for males, as young as 9, but stopped short of recommending it, as part of the boy's routine immunization schedule. The CDC recommends, girls be vaccinated at age 11 or 12, and allows the vaccine to be offered to males, at age 9 to 26. The shots each cost $130.00, and you need a series of 3. This cost is covered by some insurances, and I'll bet by Medicaid. Experts recommend, it be administered, before little boys and girls become sexually active.  Just think, if Merck funded abstinence only programs in the school, instead of vaccines. How about if the government expected abstinence, rather than sexual depravity. Wouldn't it be wonderful, if we replaced Planned Parenthood in the schools, with obesity reduction programs.
HPV is the most prevalent sexually transmitted infection nationwide. Let's pose several real questions. Is HPV avoidable? Yes. However, it probably would take parents, teachers and the media, to change their attitudes and expect abstinence, rather than promoting dangerous vaccines for bad behavior. It doesn't seem like the behavior is changing.  Some parents, actually think, they've lost the moral war, and in some way are hoping their child won't have a lethal vaccine reaction, and will be protected. But, protected from what? The HPV vaccine was fast-tracked. No one knows if it's even effective, or how long it may be effective. Vaccinate at 9, and sex at 16, are they protected? Why do boys need this vaccine? The question is, what rare form of cancer are they being protected from?  Are they making this up as they go along? Certainly seems like it.  Care to comment?

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