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hpv:  to vaccinate or not to vaccinate?


Andrew Magill When it comes to vaccinations, parents are getting increasingly stupid.  At least this is the thinly veiled message being promoted by that “Happy Threesome” of the medical community, BIG PHARMA, and our GOVERNMENT.  In an article published in Monday’s issue of MedPage Today (an online resource that puts current studies in your email on a daily basis), we see that, “Parents increasingly say they are worried about the safety of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine and don’t intend to vaccinate their teen daughters…… The proportion of parents who replied they were worried about “safety concerns/side effects” increased from 4.5% in 2008 to 16.4% in 2010.”  Furthermore, when questioned by their doctors, almost 44% of parents said they were not going to have their teen daughters vaccinated for HPV, even though this month’s issue of Pediatrics says that doctors are increasingly recommending the INOCULATION.   Be warned that the researchers (some who were paid spokespersons for Merck, Novartis, and PFIZER) suggested the “need for interventions beyond clinician recommendation.”  Despite what they say this means, you’ll need to read between the lines to get the full impact of what you are really being told.  This is your government, who obviously knows best, gently preparing constituents / parents for what is surely coming —- forced vaccinations.  That’s right — once the government is paying for everyone’s healthcare, they have the “right” to tell you how to live out every detail of your life — including how you will raise your children (HERE).   Let’s take just a moment to look at possible reasons that nearly half of all parents are declining to have their children vaccinated (chiefly daughters, but boys are also being recommended to get this vaccination as well).

Although the CDC’s website lists the reactions to the HPV Vaccination as being minor (fainting, redness at the injection site, dizziness, headache), is this really the case?  The first thing we must understand is that numerous studies have shown us that only a tiny percentage of doctors ever report to VAERS (Vaccination Adverse Events Reporting System) in the first place, and the ones that do only report a small fraction of the time (somewhere between 10% to 1%, depending on whose research you deem most trustworthy).  This means that depending on whose research you believe to be most accurate, at least 90% to 99% of the Adverse Events (side effects) to vaccines — including the HPV Vaccine —- are ever reported.  Secondly, since when can you trust our government concerning anything?  And thirdly, even though it continues to be denied at almost every level, why aren’t more people looking into the link between vaccines and EXPLODING RATES OF AUTISM?


This will be in Part II —- to be published in the next couple of weeks.  If you can’t wait until then, just do your own research by following some of the links above.  By the way, they are now vaccinating boys against HPV as well.


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