Doctors must adhere to party line on vaccines

“I was taught in medical school residency that vaccines were safe and they were effective, and that there’s absolutely no reason to question it, because we’ve done all the studies. What I’ve realized is that the safety that I want for kids, having taken the Hippocratic Oath of first do no harm, is not happening… the vaccines are not safe the way we’re told that they’re safe.

The injection of these materials has never really been evaluated in different age groups in pediatrics or in adults. We don’t know where vaccine materials travel. We don’t know if they go into the brain. We don’t know if they go into the liver. We don’t know if they go into the lymph system. We don’t know if they get intracellularly and destroy mitochrondia and nuclei.

All we know is that they give you an IgG antibody and the disease seems to disappear, but we’re not looking to see if there’s an adverse outcome greater than the actual disease process itself. And I’ve come to a position where there’s not enough information to say that vaccines are sufficiently safe to warrant the kind of usage of these vaccines the way we’re implementing these policies. And, in fact, in many cases, some of the adverse effects of vaccines may even be greater than the adverse effects of the actual diseases.

And I’m concerned, because I took that oath of first do no harm, and I see first-hand what’s going on with the vaccines and how it’s affecting children’s health. I did not turn my back when I heard parents after parents, in the dozens, in the hundreds, and then in the thousands, start to say that their children were fine, and then they got vaccinated, and then something really bad happened to them, acutely, or within days or weeks or even months. Those parents were told… a hundred percent of the time by the conventional medical system, it’s a coincidence, couldn’t possibly be related to the vaccine.

As a person who’s curious about science and questioning, it became obvious to me that there may not be a coincidence here, that something more may be going on. … I think it’s hard for any physician who is so invested in the love of their children and the love of their practice to actually step back and say… Am I doing something that’s hurting the children in my practice? Because the foundation that’s broken after they may realize that there’s more that they knew, that they actually were wrong… you know, telling a physician that they’re wrong is not an easy thing to do, let along to have the physician actually admit that the physician is wrong.

It took me years to say, I don’t know, or maybe I was wrong. In such a litigious society, it’s very hard for physicians to actually say, I don’t know or maybe I was wrong or maybe I did something that I didn’t know was harmful. … So the physicians have to adhere to this one party line voice that says… vaccines are safe, they’re effective, and you must get them. There’s no room for disagreement. And to disagree with that means you’re disagreeing with the one party line, the paternalistic body that says you must listen to me. And then we’re no longer dealing with actual medicine, we’re dealing something very different.

And I would go so far as to say that the people who hold true to that vaccines are completely safe, completely effective… oh, well maybe there are a couple of side-effects that happen occasionally. But if the adherents who say that vaccines are safe, they’re effective, you must get vaccinated or your child will die, if you don’t vaccinate you’re the one who’s going to infect everybody else, somehow vaccines eliminate the presence of organisms in those who are vaccinated… another myth that people propagate … I think that parents are waking up to the fact that we can’t trust you when you say stuff like that. If fact, we are repulsed by your authority when we hear you say things like that.

What we need is a little more humility, because I trusted and this is what happened to my kid. You can’t tell me it’s a coincidence… because I know, and my friends know, and my relatives know, because we have all these autoimmune diseases and chronic inflammatory diseases that we didn’t have, and now we have all these vaccines and we’re seeing things happen. We know, and you’re not listening. So if you’re not listening, we’re going to find the people who will, and really the people who are listening are the parents.

And what you need is a critical mass of parents who are going to be able to go into the legislatures, because the legislatures are parroting the ideology, because they’re not as scientifically based as the physicians or as the parents. They’re just following the lobbyists who tell them, from the manufacturers, from the medical organizations, from whatever other lobbyists are there, that vaccines are completely safe and effective. And this is what they do.

But the parents are getting in there, and they’re fighting, and they need to keep fighting and educating, because they’re the ones who are home with the kids, they’re the ones who are seeing the changes, they’re the ones who are reading the literature and seeing that there are a tremendous number of scientific studies that are proving that vaccines may not be as safe and effective as we thought they were.

And the only way to create this dialogue is for those parents to bring it out, because the media won’t report it because they’re part of the lobbyists that are making sure that this information doesn’t get out.”

— Larry Palevsky, MD

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11 thoughts on “Doctors must adhere to party line on vaccines

  1. And now there are bills in State legislatures across this country that are trying to make vaccines mandatory, while the Supreme Court actually stated that vaccines are “unavoidably” unsafe. You were never taught that in medical school. God help you …. It’s dangerous to stand up against the pharmaceutical industry, they will stop at nothing. Be careful.

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    1. I did not know the Supreme Court actually said that. Why then can the not stop these mandatory policies? I suppose I don’t understand the judicial system. Ironic, isn’t it? A justice system that knows the truth and is doing nothing about it. Or are they? I have many questions. (I am not for vaccines)

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  2. More doctors do not speak out because they have student loans to repay.

    Good to know that they have their priorities straight.

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  3. This almost made me cry. I know so many doctors who are good people but who believe what they are being told about vaccines, and they are damaging children for life. It is doctors like you who are going to help us turn the tide, because so many have sold out to Big Pharma and are no longer open to critical thinking. Thank you.

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  4. You may run all of the studies surrounding safety and effectiveness regarding vaccines that you want and can raise funds for. Proper scientific studies should always be encouraged because expanding our scientific knowledge is very important.

    But your knowledge of history is woefully lacking. Autoimmune diseases and inflammatory conditions have been found throughout human history. They even find rheumatoid arthritis on skeletons from “cavemen” (http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/780895) and they were about as “paleo diet” and “organic” as they come!

    Look, if you’ve got questions. Instead of making a bunch of assumptions and posting them on the internet, and then slapping your education next to it to try to make people believe you (Instead of something like…oh, I don’t know. Peer reviewed research maybe?) Do a five minute search with google first. And remember to use those pre-med classes in ascertaining what is truly a reputable source and not some random moron with a modem and a keyboard.

    As for vaccines. Yes, vaccines have side effects, sounds like you “sorta” knew that, but didn’t really *know* it and got surprised when you finally saw it in all it’s ugliness. Those side effects can be nasty, even deadly. But the statistical percentage of that versus the death rate of the diseases they prevent is several orders of magnitude different. Magnitude! And if you are really a doctor, as you claim to be, you better damn well know how important that mathematical concept is. (Oh, by the way, this information is also available through the internet if you bother to go searching for it.)

    Yes, we don’t know every itty bitty thing they do, here’s a newsflash for you….no doctor in the world knows every itty bitty thing that *anything* they do does because our knowledge of the human body is still pretty basic, all things considered. That’s why it’s called “practicing medicine”. There is an assumption of risk because we, as a society, don’t know everything.

    If you are holding off on using vaccines because you lack omniscience, then you are saying you’d rather someone die of small pox (nearly 100% mortality rate for some versions) or polio (15%-30% mortality rate) because you can’t be absolutely 100% sure that something else won’t happen, like an “inflammatory condition”.

    Your concern is unfortunately rather wildly misplaced in terms of severity.

    This is ignoring the fact that you just admitted that you don’t mind letting people die because you can’t do a five minute search on google to realize that these conditions you’re worried we “didn’t have” have actually been around for hundreds and thousands of years.

    And in the middle of all of this, is your fear that it’s “vaccines” instead of considering the countless *verified* toxins that you and your children are exposed to daily as part of living in an industrial society. Now I’m not saying that some random pollutant is what is causing your issue (or anyone else’s), but I find it a little irrational that you completely ignored that and immediately jumped to vaccines with your wild assumptions of causation due to the timing and literally nothing else. In what temporal dimension of wackiness does that make even begin to make sense to anyone but a 2yr old, who can’t be expected to think very deeply about anything?

    In closing, vaccine reactions suck. There are plenty of people that shouldn’t be vaccinated because the vaccine poses a greater risk to them (genetically usually) then the risk of catching the disease. Nobody anywhere is saying otherwise. But the rest of the population, unless *proven* otherwise, has no excuse, except stupidity, to ignore what is one of the greatest medical discoveries of all time in terms of the number of deaths and serious injuries it has prevented.

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