Scariest Vaccine Ruse Exposed
The government and corporate media story line is basically, “Just get your damn vaccine.” As many parents attempt informed decisions about vaccines, the more they learn, the more they question vaccine safety. Many parents try opting out of the weighted chemicals the government via family doctors bully them to take and give to their children.
While reading and discussing ever-increasing vaccine study report literature online, seemingly level-headed professionals and laymen suggest, “Play it safe. Ask your doctor for the truth about vaccine safety.” Well-known holistic practitioner Dr. Joseph Mercola says one of his family’s doctors finally stopped asking when they’d “catch up” on shots his children’s records were “missing.”
“After years of hearing me say politely, ‘Not today, thank you very much,’ as brightly as I could while trying to change the subject, that particular doctor stopped asking,” Mercola says. “I want our doctor to attend to my children’s present medical situation, not to recommended vaccines from an over-inflated vaccination schedule.
“When I do request medical attention for my kids, the pediatrician now says, “So, no shots today,” as a statement instead of an accusatory question. “Yep, we’re good. Thank you,” is how I’ve learned to respond. It reduces any further discussion on both of our parts. I can get in and out of the exam room with exactly the information or referral needed.”
Mercola explains medicos’ psychological bullying of patients: “Before we got too far into the exam, the nurse asked, ‘What vaccines will the children be getting today?’ worded as though there wasn’t an option.
“She was doling them out. So, pick one, or two, or nine, for that matter. Since the nurse was also new to the office, I explained politely that we didn’t need any vaccines today and then distracted myself with my daughter so I wouldn’t have to look her in the eye.”
Those less convinced about vaccine harm than Dr. Mercola is, especially young parents, might head oft heard well-meaning albeit poor advice, “In doubt, ask your doctor about vaccine safety.” Why is this some of the worst advice a young parent can put to use? The revealing answer lies in the following video presented by Forest Maready, “How much do medical students learn about vaccines in medical school?”
Doctors’ lack of knowledge about vaccine drugs they relentlessly push would give even further rise to the number of “vaccine-hesitant parents.” No wonder Big Pharma has moved into gear to better “train” doctors on mind-controlling patients who request vaccine information so they can make informed choices.
Pharmaceutical companies and doctors are so concerned about the public vaccine safety and harm awakening, they created training materials so vaccine providers will better manage “vaccine-hesitant parents.” Because medical schools fail to include appropriate learning opportunities on vaccines, organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and National Academy of Pediatrics – names associated with “trust,” have created brief manuals for doctors, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, and even pharmacists to be trained on how to succeed in managing parents questioning and/or refusing vaccines.
“Who is really training your child’s doctor?,” VacTruth asks. “Let’s find out who wrote these training materials.” The following VacTruth article, What to Expect From Your Doctor When You Say No to Vaccines, is edited for brevity.
The online Pediatrics journal instructs doctors and other health care providers in precisely what to say to parents questioning vaccines. One author of that paper, Dr. C. Mary Healy served on Novartis vaccine advisory board and received a research grant from Sanofi Pastuer. Your child’s doctor will tell you what Dr. Healy said to say, neglecting to tell you Dr. Healy was under the influence of Big Pharma when writing the script. [http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/…]
Another training material author, Dr. Larry Pickering, worked for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Emory University, both with strong ties to vaccine manufactures. Emory University owns a significant amount of stock in GeoVax vaccine company. Learn more about why Emory Univ. is considered a suspicious organization not to be trusted by reading this.Also perfect for busy doctors with little time to research vaccines is a WHO publication. WHO receives more funding from organizations than from member nations. One of its biggest donors is the Rockefeller Foundation, not only closely tied to many large vaccine companies, but also owner of over half of pharmaceutical interests in the US. [See here and here.]
What’s Inside These Vaccine Drug-Funded Training Guides?
Doctors might have read the vaccine publications because they are concise and provide exact scripts for various ways a parent questions a vaccine. These materials emphasize the important role nurses plays to maintain high vaccination rates.
Both WHO and Pediatrics training manuals outline misgivings parents might express, including the following in WHO’s publication, that refers to concerned parents as “fence-sitters” and “worrieds”:
- whether each vaccine is needed
- whether giving several vaccines at one time can cause harm
- whether vaccine ingredients are harmful
- how well each vaccine works
- whether vaccines cause autism
- whether vaccines are more dangerous for infants than the diseases they prevent
- the number of vaccines and vaccine ingredients
- side effects
- unknown serious events
These concerns are valid, yet guidelines written by vaccine-drug-influenced doctors downplay parents’ unease by reducing real conversations to repartee, with answers lacking any scientific evidence.What Is Your Child’s Doctor Trained To Tell You?
Have you asked your child’s healthcare provider questions about vaccine risks? Some of the scripts WHO has published, answers doctors can memorize for when parents question vaccines, are:
Parent: “All those people that think the MMR vaccine causes autism must be on to something.”
Health care provider: “Autism is a burden for many families and people want answers—including me. But well-designed and conducted studies that I can share with you show that MMR vaccine is not a cause of autism.”
Parent: “What are all these vaccines for? Are they really necessary?”
Health care provider: “I know you didn’t get all these vaccines when you were a baby. Neither did I. But we were both at risk of serious diseases. Today, we are lucky to be able to protect our babies from many serious diseases with vaccines.”
Parent: “I’m really not comfortable with my child getting so many vaccines at once.”
Health care provider: “There is no proven danger in getting all the recommended vaccines today. Any time you delay a vaccine you leave your baby vulnerable to disease. It’s really best to stay on schedule. But if you’re very uncomfortable, we can give some vaccines today and schedule you to come back soon for the rest, but this is not recommended.”
Parent: “I’m worried about the side effects of vaccines. I don’t want my child to get any vaccines today.”
Health care provider: “I’ll worry if your child does not get vaccines today, because the diseases can be very dangerous—most are still infecting children in the European Region. We can discuss the side effects right now and talk about how rare serious vaccine side effects are.”
Parent: “You really don’t know if vaccines cause any long-term effects.”
Health care provider: “We have years of experience with vaccines and no reason to believe that vaccines cause long-term harm. I understand your concern, but I truly believe that the risk of diseases is greater than any risks posed by vaccines. Vaccines will get your baby off to a great start for a long, healthy life.”
Notice how the doctor or nurse never really addresses parents’ concerns about vaccination?
Additional Techniques Doctors are Trained to Use With Vaccine-Hesitant Parents
Doctors are trained to strategize with parents concerned about vaccines. Training materials identify four key parts of conversation with a hesitant parent:
- patient and empathetic reassurance that you understand that their infant’s health is their top priority, and it also is your top priority, so putting children at risk of vaccine-preventable diseases without scientific evidence of a link between vaccines and autism is a risk you are not willing to take
- your knowledge that the onset of regressive autism symptoms often coincides with the timing of vaccines but is not caused by vaccines
- your personal and professional opinion that vaccines are safe
- your reminder that vaccine-preventable diseases, which may cause serious complications and even death, remain a threat”
Training materials list several other ways doctors should engage in conversation with parents to convince vaccinating — techniques to try to convince parents to ignore vaccine facts and just vaccinate:
- Take time to listen.
- Solicit and welcome questions.
- Keep the conversation going.
- Acknowledge benefits and risks.
- Respect parents’ authority.
- Reduce the stress of shots.”
Additionally, doctors are instructed to say that all their own children are vaccinated and healthy, or have rarely or never seen a serious reaction to a vaccine in their practice — to mix anecdotal stories with science.
Another tactic instructs doctors to tell parents that “most adverse events are no more troublesome than the effects of normal rough-and-tumble experiences encountered by the average toddler or school-aged child.” I would imagine that most families with a vaccine-injured child would strongly disagree with this statement.No communication technique in the training materials include sharing scientific facts or studies not affiliated with vaccine companies or their funding.
Which Resources are Doctors Trained to Recommend to Parents?
Websites named in the training guides that doctors are instructed to share with resisting parents have questions about research they can do on their own — most of which directly or indirectly through parent organizations receive drug company funding. The following are examples:
- WHO’s website — despite WHO’s well-known status making it untrustworthy, as noted above.
- American Medical Association (AMA) website — AMA receives funding from vaccine manufacturers.
- National Network for Immunization Information (NNii) — funded by affiliate organizations such as the AMA and other groups funded and influenced by vaccine manufacturers.
- American Academy of Pediatrics — has received funding from Merck and Sanofi Pastuer, widely recognized and powerful vaccine companies.
- Allied Vaccine Group is another recommended website — run by group of several pro-vaccine organizations claiming they are “dedicated to presenting valid scientific information about vaccines.” One member, PATH, has a highly profitable partnership with Merck and Sanofi, two huge pharmaceutical companies.
Do you think those websites or any others on the recommended list present unbiased information when receiving enormous amounts of funding from vaccine companies?What Will You Say to Your Pharma-Trained Doctor?
Knowing doctors use a script, the patient needs one, too for when the doctor says it’s time to vaccinate.
Intimidated, parents commonly feel uncertainty and worry thinking about how to tell their child’s doctor that they are questioning, delaying, or avoiding vaccines. These sentiments subside with time, research and practicing the script. Becoming more educated in the decision brings empowerment.
Before your child’s appointment, reread this, Mercola’s rehearsed lines and those offered by VacTruth so you can confidently tell the doctor you’ll be getting no vaccines this visit, or that you’re still researching a specific vaccine, or say, “My child was recently ill, so I’ll not be vaccinating today.” Repeat those lines until they flow off your tongue. Remember, different vaccine exemptions are available in all fifty states.
In addition, please know that “well-baby” and “well-child” visits are primarily for vaccinating. They are especially comforting to first time parents, but if your child is in good health, they might not be necessary if you are not vaccinating your child.
Had conversations with your child’s health care provider similar to those mentioned above? Do you recognize doctors and nurses are trained to recommend vaccination by people and organizations profiting immensely from vaccine sales? Do you see these tactics fail to disclose unbiased, scientific information regarding dangers of vaccination? If you want to delay or refuse vaccines, remember: Rehearse your own script before appointments your child’s doctor appointments
Information about vaccine injuries and adverse events reported to the government are online at Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) websites. Know that adverse events are highly underreported — as CDC admits, and statistics for adverse events represent only one to ten percent of actual adverse events after vaccination.
Learn real facts about vaccination that are not influenced by profit, by discovering truth from peer-reviewed medical journal reports and sources with no ties to pharmaceutical companies, such as the National Vaccine Information Center.