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"Why the vaccine industry REFUSES to conduct clinical trials using a genuine placebo control group
03/12/2019 / By Ethan Huff
The next time someone tries to tell you that the science is “settled” on vaccine safety and effectiveness, you might want to bring up the fact that the alleged “science” upon which the vaccination house of cards was, and is still being, built is fundamentally flawed at its very core.
Truth be told, there isn’t a single vaccine study out there – at least not one that the establishment has ever conducted or referenced in support of government vaccination programs – that’s ever compared a CDC-approved vaccine to an actual inert placebo.
Instead, the vaccine industry tests its vaccines against “controls” that contain all of the same chemicals and ingredients as the vaccines themselves, minus the viral and/or bacterial components that function as these vaccines’ active ingredients.
As the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) revealed in a recent statement on “Federal Vaccine Mandates,” official vaccine studies basically compare toxic injections to other toxic injections, which is how they’re able to come to false conclusions of “safe and effective.”
Furthermore, these same studies fail to compare the outcomes of vaccinated versus unvaccinated, the excuse being that it would be “unethical” and “immoral” to deprive some children of “life-saving” vaccines.
Real vaccine science DOESN’T EXIST, explains AAPS
So how safe are vaccines, really? According to the AAPS, we really can’t say because there have been no “rigorous safety studies of sufficient power to rule out a much higher risk of complications … for vaccines.”
In other words, real-life safety studies on vaccines don’t exist, despite the mainstream sentiment that all vaccines have been fully vetted for safety and effectiveness.
“Such studies would require an adequate number of subjects, a long duration (years, not days), an unvaccinated control group (‘placebo’ must be truly inactive such as saline, not the adjuvant or everything-but-the-intended-antigen), and consideration of all adverse health events (including neurodevelopment disorders),” the AAPS admits, in no uncertain terms.
What’s basically going on with vaccine “science” is vaccine companies are cheating by comparing a given vaccine to another vaccine, rather than to a true, saline-based placebo. Vaccine studies are also designed to compared vaccinated people to other vaccinated people, rather than to a true control group of unvaccinated people.
The end result is that Big Pharma and Big Vaccine get the results they desire: basically the “scientific” illusion propagated to the masses that all vaccines are 100 percent safe and effective all the time.
“This is their way of hiding the true effects of the toxic ingredients in vaccines,” says Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. “They refuse to use saline solutions as the placebo because then the toxic effects of the adjuvants would be obvious in the experiment group.”
Vaccines are “necessarily risky,” says AAPS, hence the need for kangaroo vaccine “courts” to pay out damages
The federal government is fully aware of this vaccine fraud, which is why it set up the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VCIP), a “no-fault” system that shields the vaccine industry from all liability while quietly paying off those who’ve been injured or killed by vaccines.
“Manufacturers are virtually immune from product liability, so the incentive to develop safer products is much diminished,” says the AAPS.
“Manufacturers may even refuse to make available a product believed to be safer, such as monovalent measles vaccine in preference to MMR (measles-mumps-rubella). Consumer refusal is the only incentive to do better.”
Be sure to read the full “Statement on Federal Vaccine Mandates” from the AAPS at this link https://aapsonline.org/measles-outbreak-and-federal-vaccine-mandates/
To learn more about the ridiculous vaccine “courts” and how they’re used as cover for the vaccine industry fraud, visit VaccineCourtNews.com.
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