The Logical Aspects of Vaccines

What do vaccine makers and vaccine pushers hope you don’t understand is that vaccines are a cocktail of chemicals that cause, not cure disease.

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | NOVEMBER 17, 2012

I have good news for those of you who did not have time to read our in-depth report about the history of collusion between Big Pharma and Big Government regarding vaccination policy and what both groups have been doing for at least 30 years. The first piece of good news is that you can still read it, as it is readily available on our news site. It is titled VaccineGate: 30 years of secret meetings and dubious science. In the report, we make a detailed account of multiple cases where conflict of interest, dubious science and intentional omission of data ruled over vaccination policy and how this policy sidelines vaccination safety.

The second piece of good news is that if you are one of those people who learn better by watching a video, instead of reading a full, in-depth report, Mike Adams from NaturalNews.com prepared a fantastic video that summarizes important medical aspects about vaccinations. I believe that after you watch his video, you’ll feel interested to learn more about the dangers of vaccines, and so you’ll come back and read out in-depth article. So I am posting Mike’s video below so you can calmly watch it and make your own conclusions. In the video you’ll find straight to the point, logical, cause – consequence analysis that will make it easier to clear up many of the questions about vaccines that you may not currently understand.

If you think Mike’s video is good and you want to know more, click on any of the two links above to read our in-depth report, which explains how the pharmaceutical industry and government have colluded to promote and in many cases force people to inject themselves with vaccines. The report also provides a historical account that proves that vaccines were never intended to treat or cure disease, and that they have never achieve such a thing. Make sure you click on the links and read the documents provided to confirm that out assertions are correct and that we have documents and proof to say what we claim.

Enjoy the video!

 

If after watching this video you still believe that vaccines are needed to keep us all safe from disease, that they are a necessary evil, or that government and Big Pharma have the best intentions to help you be healthier, please don’t bother reading our in-depth report. I am sorry to say that you are a lost cause.

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Going Organic Cuts Poultry Farms’ “Superbug” Bacteria

by Katherine Harmon
Scientific American
August 15, 2011

The government has come under fire this week for revelations that it knew about antibiotic resistant Salmonella in poultry products that has killed at least one person and sickened more than 100 across the country. Although this is one of the largest turkey recalls—affecting some 36 million pounds of ground turkey—the prevalence of bacteria that is immune to common drugs is on the rise on animal farms, which is where the bulk of U.S. antibiotics get used.

But by going organic, poultry farms can cut the amount of antibiotic resistant bacteria in a single generation by nearly five times, according to a new study published online this week in Environmental Health Perspectives.

“We were surprised to see that the differences were so significant across several different classes of antibiotics even in the very first flock that was produced after the transition to organic standards,” Amy Sapkota, of the University of Maryland School of Public Health, and co-author of the new study, said in a prepared statement.

The team studied Enterococci bacteria, which are common in poultry and are also frequently found in hospitals and can become immune to antibiotic treatments, making them “a good model for studying the impact of changes in antibiotic use on farms,” Sapkota said. In humans, the bug can cause urinary tract infections, blood infection, inflammation of the heart and even meningitis. And when these bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, infections are harder—and sometimes impossible—to treat with available drugs.

Farmers can’t expect to get rid of the bacteria altogether, but by cutting down on the birds’ exposure to antibiotics, the amount of bacteria that builds up resistance is not only possible, but also quick. The first generation of poultry that was raised organically at previously conventional farms had way less of the superbug breed of bacteria. Tests of the feed, water and poultry litter showed that on 10 newly organic farms, about 17 percent of the Enterococci bacteria was resistant to multiple classes of antibiotics, whereas on 10 farms that continued to raise their birds via conventional methods with prophylactic antibiotic use, some 84 percent of the bacteria had developed multi-drug resistance.

“These findings show that, at least in the case of Enterococci, we begin to reverse resistance on farms even among the first group of animals that are grown without antibiotics,” Sapkota said. “It’s very encouraging.”