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Vaccines: the new government attack on pregnant women

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by Jon Rappoport

Ferocious vaccine manufacturers are constantly on the move, looking for new “demographics” to shoot with vaccines. If they could stick a needle into a rock and get paid for it, they would find a reason to do it.

But in this case, we’re talking about pregnant women.

Protection, protection, protection—that’s the cover the government keeps pushing.

Meanwhile, the vaccines they’re foisting on pregnant women have a track record of damage.

Barbara Loe Fisher, head of the National Vaccine Information Center, has the story, so I’ll let her tell it. These are excerpts from her testimony before the Nov. 13, 2015“meeting of the FDA Vaccines & Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) on proposed changes to FDA requirements for licensure of vaccines intended for use during pregnancy”:

Fisher (“FDA Prepares to Fast Track New Vaccines Targeting Pregnant Women,”11/17/2016):

“In 2006, CDC officials directed doctors to give all pregnant women a flu shot and, in 2011, a Tdap shot during every pregnancy, no matter how little time has elapsed between pregnancies. Prior to FDA licensure, influenza, diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis vaccines [Tdap and flu shots] were not tested in or proven safe and effective for pregnant women in large clinical trials when given during every pregnancy either singly or simultaneously.”

“Categorized by FDA as Pregnancy Category B and C biologicals because it is not known whether the vaccines are genotoxic and can cause fetal harm or can affect maternal fertility and reproduction, administering influenza and Tdap vaccines to pregnant women is an off-label use of these vaccines. It is a policy that assumes maternal vaccination is necessary, safe and effective without proving it.”

“…pertussis containing vaccine [Tdap] injuries and deaths are the most compensated claim in the federal vaccine injury compensation program (VICP) for infants and children, while influenza vaccine-related injuries and deaths are the most compensated claim for adults. And yet, in the absence of credible biological mechanism and epidemiologic evidence pre-licensure proving these vaccines are safe for all pregnant women, their fetuses and newborns, female health care workers are being fired for refusing to be injected with them while they are pregnant.”

“The National Vaccine Information Center is opposed to FDA retroactively licensing influenza and Tdap vaccines for use in pregnant women and fast tracking RSV [respiratory syncytial virus] and group strep B vaccines to licensure…”

No evidence of safety, but so what? Reports of injuries and deaths, but so what?

Pregnant women are a “lucrative market,” and that’s all that counts.



Lots more at link. How many times do you see warnings on things re: ingestion by pregnant women, how so many things can injure their unborn child or haven't been proven safe for pregnant women or those who are nursing their baby?  Practically everything carries that warning, or at least a "consult your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing".  But vaccines are ok.  This just goes to prove once and for all that people are nothing but human ATMs for Big Pharma.  Going after women who are pregnant is the lowest of the low in order to make money.  Don't smoke, don't drink, don't do drugs, don't take vitamins, herbs or minerals if you are pregnant or nursing. I've read this so many times I expect to see it on almost everything that is sitting on a store shelf that can be swallowed. 

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I know a young woman who teaches pre-school. Toddlers. She's almost vicious in her defense of vaccines. Last week a one yr old got her shots and had to be pulled from the day care because she was so sick but that seemed normal and expected. Breaks my heart to see that done to babies, and now even before they're born. I get a little sideways if I think about it too much. Very glad I don't have little children.

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