HPV Continues to Be a Hot Issue in the GOP DebatesSeptember 27, 2011
But major media continue their astonishing cover up of the government’s safety data on Merck’s vaccine. A new Action Alert!
On Thursday, Michele Bachmann once again attacked Rick Perry for his 2007 executive order mandating the HPV vaccine for all young girls in Texas—despite his attempts to dismiss serious medical concerns about the vaccine, as we reported last week.
At one point, Fox News journalist and debate host Chris Wallace told Bachmann that the American Academy of Pediatrics says the HPV vaccine has “an excellent safety record.” This is indeed what the AAP said in its recent press release.
We have discussed AAP’s ties to industry, among other failings, in earlier articles. The Academy’s claim about the HPV vaccine is demonstrably incorrect, but the organization is certainly in prominent company. The National Cancer Institute, a division of NIH, says on its website that “Thus far, no serious side effects have been shown to be caused by the vaccines.” The site also says, “A recent safety review by the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) considered adverse side effects related to Gardasil immunization that have been reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System since the vaccine was licensed. The rates of adverse side effects in the safety review were consistent with what was seen in safety studies carried out before the vaccine was approved and were similar to those seen with other vaccines.”
The fact is, the CDC has received tens of thousands of adverse event reports after administration of the Gardasil HPV vaccine. Serious side effects like blood clots and Guillain-Barre Syndrome have been reported—as well as 68 reports of death from the vaccine. This is not “an excellent safety record” by any means—and if this is “similar to those [side effects] seen with other vaccines,” then vaccines are far more dangerous than anyone suspects.
Despite the potentially deadly side effects, the CDC is considering vaccinating boys for HPV as well. HPV also causes genital warts, and like many other viruses is widespread in the male population. According to Science Daily, one study showed that giving the vaccine to males could prevent as many as 90 percent of genital warts cases, although many wart viruses are not targeted by the vaccine, which casts doubt on the claim. Keep in mind also that the vaccine requires multiple shots to work.
What is in these shots? An excellent article in Natural News, citing SANE Vax and other sources, addressed this topic a few days ago. The HPV vaccine includes among its ingredients polysorbate 80 and sodium borate. Although polysorbate 80 is used as a food additive to increase the water solubility of oils, injection is quite different. According to the Polysorbate 80 Material Safety Data Sheet, it may be both carcinogenic and mutagenic. When injected into prepubescent rats, polysorbate 80 caused abnormal growth of reproductive organs and made the rats sterile. When used intravenously with vitamins it has caused anaphylactic shock. And polysorbate 80 is one of the ingredients in the swine flu vaccine as well.
Sodium borate (a salt of boric acid) is widely known as a roach pesticide. The US National Library of Medicine and NIH declared sodium borate to be a dangerous poison. Due to deaths from its use for disinfecting wounds and cleaning nurseries, its medical use has been discontinued. Side effects include: vomiting, diarrhea, skin rash, blisters, collapse, coma, convulsions, drowsiness, fever, low blood pressure, decreased urine output, sloughing of the skin, and twitching of facial muscles, arms, hands, legs, and feet.
The FDA’s review of the vaccine found that 73.3% participants in the Gardasil group experienced new medical conditions within fifteen days of receiving the HPV vaccination. The placebo group noted a similar percentage, because they were given the vaccine carrier solution (with the polysorbate 80 and the sodium borate) rather than the plain saline solution usually used in such trials.
If that weren’t enough, the vaccination safety organization SANE Vax discovered that Gardasil has been contaminated with HPV recombinant viral DNA (rDNA), a substance many government health and safety agencies classify as a biohazard. It was found in 100% of the thirteen samples tested, which had different lot numbers; the samples came from New Zealand, Australia, Spain, Poland, France, and three states in the US.
NaturalNews.com further reports that due to a lack of prescribing information furnished to doctors by Merck, doctors are reluctant to report adverse events and other factors; actual deaths and adverse events for Gardasil are hugely underreported. It has been estimated that only 10% of adverse events for other vaccines are reported, but with Gardasil the estimates range as low as 1%.
ANH-USA has been issuing corrections to Chris Wallace, the Huffington Post, the New York Times, CNN, and other media outlets that keep claiming that the HPV vaccine isn’t controversial and is in fact safe. So far none of these major media have acknowledged our correction or agreed even to acknowledge the government’s own extremely serious CDC adverse event data.
This is a total and complete cover up. Through our Action Alert, we invite you to add your voice to demand that major media at least acknowledge the existence of the very serious CDC adverse events safety data. Please take action now!
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