There’s a lot at stake here for the credibility of the medical profession Professor Gillon. It appears healthcare providers have little knowledge about the numerous vaccine products and revaccinations they press upon their patients. But as Heidi Larson says, healthcare providers are the ‘most trusted people’ – do doctors and nurses deserve this trust in their promotion of vaccine products?
Alarmingly, it seems health practitioners are discouraged from questioning vaccination practice, and are expected to adhere to ever-increasing vaccination schedules without demur. For example, in Australia, the CEO of the health regulator AHPRA, Martin Fletcher, has “reminded practitioners that supporting public health programs, including vaccination and immunisation, and not promoting anti-vaccination views were regulatory responsibilities”.
But what exactly are ‘anti-vaccination views’? Nowadays it seems any citizen asking legitimate questions about vaccination policy and practice is instantly tagged as ‘anti-vaccination’, and discredited and marginalised. How can health practitioners raise concerns about various vaccine products in this hostile climate, when to do so means risking de-registration and the loss of their careers and livelihoods?
AHPRA CEO Martin Fletcher says “Registered health practitioners have a regulatory responsibility to support patients to understand the evidence-based information available”.
Are health practitioners aware that much of this ‘evidence-based information’ has been generated by the vaccine industry and its conflicted supporters, with little or no objective and independent evaluation? Are health practitioners being deliberately hindered in questioning the so-called ‘evidence-based information‘ that props up global vaccine markets?
For years we’ve been told “Vaccination has greatly reduced the burden of infectious diseases”. This is a motherhood statement that often prefaces so many articles on vaccination, and goes hand in hand with ‘the science is settled’, another cliche that fails to acknowledge emerging problems with the ever-increasing vaccine load.
The idea of a magic bullet to prevent disease and the burden on public health systems is very compelling. But there are signs the magic bullet is failing. And it seems those controlling vaccination policy and practice are beset by cognitive dissonance, which prevents them from acknowledging and acting upon what is looming as a global emergency, i.e. multiple vaccine failures.
Global vaccination policy and practice is dominated by a bloated and conflicted vaccination bureaucracy which has been hijacked by the pharmaceutical industry and the over-powering influence of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This vaccination bureaucracy is wedded to vaccination ideology and evermore vaccines, and apparently unable to comprehend the repercussions of failing vaccines for natural immunity and what this means for the future of humankind.
Now we are seeing global alarm being driven about SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19, with confusing reports about the danger level and risk of infection – are most people seriously at risk of COVID-19 disease? What cofactors are at play? Of course there is the inevitable ‘race for a vaccine’ for this latest health scare. In Australia the situation becomes even more sinister when we realise that forced vaccination of citizens is a possibility under the Biosecurity Act 2015.
Is it possible that vaccination against each and every ailment could do more harm than good? We’re currently witnessing the damaging effects of the over-use of other medical products such as opioids, antibiotics, anti-depressants etc, which doctors have over-prescribed for years.
I suggest over-vaccination has the potential to eclipse the damage being done by the over-use of other medical products, given this medical intervention for an ever-increasing number of ailments is being pushed upon mass populations. We have no idea of the long-term cumulative effects of repeated vaccination throughout life, and the damage to natural immunity, this is ‘undone science’.
Lucrative vaccine products have become a major growth area for the pharmaceutical industry. In 2002 the global vaccine market was US$5.7 billion. In 2018 the global vaccines market size was US$41.61 billion and is projected to reach US$93.08 billion by 2026, a more than 16 fold increase in the last 20 odd years.
We have little or no objective and independent analysis of the burgeoning vaccine market, or of the safety and effectiveness of these products – even Cochrane is proving to be worse than useless in this area. Vaccine products are generally being backed by conflicted industry data in the ‘peer-reviewed literature’, and rubber-stamped by government regulators and vaccine committees. It can be argued that these are experimental products being pressed upon mass populations, including government-mandated vaccination in a growing number of countries, with little or no accountability.
Citizens seeking transparency and accountability for coercive vaccination policy and practice have few places to turn, with politicians and academics and medical associations influencing vaccination policy often refusing to respond to citizens’ concerns on this matter. Is it any wonder that discerning citizens are becoming ‘vaccine hesitant’?
BMJ rapid responses provide one of the very few avenues for citizens to publicly document serious concerns about vaccination policy and practice, but even if they make it to on-line publication, this is where they remain buried – has a citizen’s BMJ rapid response questioning vaccination policy or a vaccine product ever made it to The BMJ print edition?