Doctors are at best human and fallible at worst monsters, Trust but verify, The way we administer vaccines and medicines should be questioned
“As a physician-scientist I felt a double sense of deep visceral horror when hearing this story because Mengele not only profaned the oath he took as a physician, but also desecrated the core principles of clinical investigation. His specter is especially frightening precisely because he bore similarities to many honorable physician-scientists. In fact, he was awarded both PhD and medical degrees, was mentored by scientists held in high regard by their colleagues, published papers in scientific journals, and was supported by research grants from the German Research Society, even for his heinous experiments on twins in Auschwitz.”…Barry S. Coller, The Journal of Clinical Investigation
“In life or death industries or situations, such as pharmaceutical purity, surgical procedures, healthcare, or in cases of safety or security, indeed trust, but verify.”…Psychology Today July 25, 2015
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
Doctors are at best human and fallible.
At worst, in cases like Joseph Mengele and apparently Cornelius Rhoads, they are monsters.
Trust but verify.
The medical community is partly to blame for the opioid epidemic.
A given vaccine may not be a problem, but the way they are administered is.
Why do doctors query us on what other medications we are taking and not examine the blood of infants for toxicity levels before bombarding them with neurotoxins in multiple vaccines!?
Why do most doctors follow the “party line” regarding vaccine protocols and become agitated when you question them?
We have interacted with a number of pediatricians in the past 5 years and only a few of them were open to questioning this protocol or being more cautious.
How are the doctors who blindly follow the protocols, without researching and questioning them, any better than Dr. Mengele?
We are indeed in the age of Orwell.
If you question the way vaccines are administered, you are a Thought Criminal.
Cost versus benefit.
Lesser of evils.
Common sense out the window.
Clearly we are giving too many vaccines at one time to very small bodies.
Are they even all necessary?
Consider the case of the young man in Kentucky who was not allowed to play basketball because he refused a Chickenpox vaccination on religious principles.
Did you know that there are varied opinions on the necessity of a vaccination for Chickenpox?
From the British NHS.
“Why aren’t children in the UK vaccinated against chickenpox?”
There’s also a worry that introducing chickenpox vaccination for all children could increase the risk of chickenpox and shingles in adults.”
So Chickenpox is a necessary vaccine for everyone?