Vaccine manufacturers paying out millions to victims while still claiming they’re ‘safe’
Think about it: If vaccines are perfectly safe, then why does a federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program exist, and why are pharmaceutical companies paying out millions of dollars to vaccine victims?
Despite the scientific facts, Big Pharma, healthcare professionals and governments keep pushing these brain damaging vaccines on children and adults alike.
Remember the swine flu panic in 2009 in Europe where more than 60 million people got vaccinated? Countless healthy individuals, mainly children, developed a broad range of health conditions after the inoculation with GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) swine flu vaccine, Pandemrix.
“There’s no doubt in my mind whatsoever that Pandemrix increased the occurrence of narcolepsy onset in children in some countries – and probably in most countries,” says Emmanuelle Mignot, a specialist in sleep disorders at Stanford University who has been paid by GSK to look into the effects of the vaccine.
To avoid an infection, it is far more important to keep your body clean and immune system healthy than to get vaccinated.
Ruining lives forever
GSK was well aware that the vaccine could cause narcolepsy and cataplexy. Nonetheless, they continually denied the facts and defended its further use during the 2009–2010 outbreak.
They even refused to acknowledge the link between the vaccine and brain damage after a study indicated a 13-fold heightened risk of narcolepsy in vaccinated kids. The European Medicines Agency sent out warnings against inoculation for those under 20. Again, GSK refused to admit its involvement and is now quietly paying its debts.
In 2015, GSK was ordered to pay more than $60 million to the U.K. government for victims of the swine flu vaccine that have developed incurable and lifelong conditions that will require extensive medical care.
Narcolepsy is a horrible condition that affects a person’s sleep cycle. Individuals who suffer from narcolepsy are unable to sleep for more than 90 minutes at a time. A messed up sleep cycle can damage mental functions and memory, and can lead to hallucinations and mental illness.
Cataplexy, another common condition linked to the swine flu vaccine, makes a person lose consciousness when they are laughing or experiencing heightened emotion.
According to the International Business Times, the vaccine mainly affected children and National Health Service (NHS) medical staff who are now unable to do their jobs due to the symptoms brought on by the flu vaccine.
The swine flu epidemic is not the only example of vaccine manufacturers paying top dollar to victims to quietly solve the issue. Gardasil, a cervical cancer vaccine, is another great example of a vaccine that damaged the life of many people across the globe.
Vaccine companies have immunity
While vaccine scandals and lawsuits keep piling up, the pharmaceutical corporations often remain untouchable. Under federal law, drug companies cannot directly be sued if one of the recommended vaccines caused injury or death to an adult or child.
In 2011 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled total liability protection for all FDA licensed vaccines recommended for children, even if they could have made a safer vaccine. The law is an extension of the 1986 law that already gave drug companies partial immunity from product liability in civil court.
While the Congress did set up a federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, reports indicate that the system is a failure. It is a grueling, time-consuming process where two out of three claimants are turned away without compensation.
Via Natural News
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