The Centers for Disease Control reported the “good news” this week that adolescent girls who get the human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) are no more likely to engage in sexual activity than those who do not get the vaccine.
I would suggest they might even be less likely to become promiscuous.
Because some of them will die and get seriously ill as a result of the vaccine.
Here are the facts you should know when your child’s school, your state, your county health department or your doctor recommends you inoculate your daughter or son with the HPV shot.
Women’s Health Magazine reported in January the following:
- There are more than 100 strains of HPV; Gardasil and Cervarix, the most commonly prescribed vaccines, offer protection against two of them.
- Even then, the staying power of the vaccine is only five years.
- Cervical cancer is preventable without the vaccine. Because it takes so long for HPV to develop into full-blown cancer, there’s plenty of time to head it off it with regular Pap tests.
- There are serious side effects including, occasionally, sudden death! Many Gardasil recipients experience normal vaccine aftermath like redness, soreness and fainting. But thousands of women have also reported more troubling issues, including crippling fatigue, paralysis, blindness, or autoimmune complications, and, yes, some have even died, according to CDC and FDA data. At the time of the report nearly a year ago, more than 70 healthy young girls had died from a neurological reaction that occurred soon after getting Gardasil.
Keep in mind, Women’s Health Magazine is not exactly a source of hysteria about government-mandated and encouraged inoculations.
Then there is Dr. Joseph Mercola. Like others, he has pointed out that the pharmaceutical companies making billions from these vaccines have spent a good portion of those revenues on promoting their drugs to doctors, universities, health journals and, of course, the Food and Drug Administration and CDC. In the old days before the government-media complex, we used to call these payoffs.
Mercola cites other side effects, including:
- Bell’s Palsy and Guillan-Barre syndrome;
- cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer;
- blood clotting and heart problems, including cardiac arrest;
- miscarriages and fetal abnormalities amongst pregnant women;
- vaccinated women show an increased number of precancerous lesions caused by strains of HPV other than HPV-16 and HPV-18.
“It’s clear to me that this is another case where the precautionary principle needs to be applied, as currently no one knows exactly whether or not the vaccine will have any measurable effect as far as lowering cervical cancer rates,” says Mercola. “The results will not be fully apparent until a few decades from now, and in the meantime, countless young girls are being harmed, and we still do not know how Gardasil will affect their long-term health, even if they do not experience any acute side effects.”
He continues: “Deadly blood clots, acute respiratory failure, cardiac arrest and ‘sudden death due to unknown causes’ have all occurred in girls shortly after they’ve received the Gardasil vaccine. These are atrocious risks to potentially prevent cervical cancer one day down the road. Because let’s not forget that the HPV vaccine has not yet been PROVEN to actually prevent any kind of cancer. The benefit is just one big ‘maybe.’”
Mercola and other physicians say there are far better ways to protect yourself and your young daughters against cervical cancer. According to the CDC, more than 6 million women contract HPV annually, yet less than 3,900 women will die from cervical cancer out of those 6 million. This is because, in 90 percent of all cases, your immune system can clear up the HPV infection on its own. Furthermore, the infection is spread through sexual contact, so it is behaviorally avoidable.
“The bottom line is that Gardasil is largely ineffective, potentially very dangerous and a major waste of money,” he says.
This is what you should know before accepting at face value what Big Pharma tells you.
Talk to your sons and daughters about chastity. Explain the risks – physical, spiritual, health, emotional.
Don’t just pump poison into their veins and think you are taking care of them. Be a parent. Sometimes it’s better to just say no.