“You’ve probably heard that there are no aborted fetal ingredients in vaccines, right? Or maybe you heard that even though aborted babies are used for vaccine manufacturing, there’s not really anything in the vaccine by the time it gets to you or your child. Pseudoscience Quacktivists might call it ‘homeopathy,’ but I think we should call it what it is… a lie.
Have you read the chicken pox vaccine package insert? You know, the one the doctor doesn’t go over with you when you take your kid in to get vaccinated. It says right on the label that there are aborted fetal ingredients in this vaccine.
This product also contains residual components of MRC-5 cells including DNA and protein. – Varivax insert, pages 6-7. (In case you are wondering, MCR 5 is code for the 14 week-old baby boy who had the pleasure of supplying tissue from his lungs for your child’s vaccines.)
Have you read the CDC’s vaccine ingredient list? Why would they list aborted baby parts as ingredients if they weren’t actually in vaccines? Just because there’s only a little baking soda in a cake doesn’t mean it’s not in there. In fact, a little baking soda can have quite the effect on a cake and the person eating it. If it’s on the label, it’s in the vaccine.
At least 27 vaccines contain aborted baby cells, cellular debris, protein, and DNA from aborted babies including (but not limited to), Adenovirus, Polio, Dtap/Polio/HiB Combo, Hep A, Hep A/Hep B Combo, MMR, MMRV Pro Quad, Rabies, Varicella, Shingles vaccines, Ebola, HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, and influenza vaccines. There are hundreds of other vaccines in the pipeline and you can bet your life savings there are aborted baby ingredients in those too.
You might have also heard that only two babies were used and it was a really long time ago, which justifies the continued use of shooting up live babies with dead babies. This just simply isn’t true…
Aborted baby is supposedly some sort of magic that makes vaccines more effective (albeit safely untested and could contribute to conditions like autism and cancer). In fact, an article in the Associated Press just a few weeks ago said aborted baby parts are essential to vaccine science. Now why are aborted babies essential if new specimens are no longer used in the testing or manufacture of vaccines? I’ll tell you why, because they’re still being used and this wasn’t just a one-night stand.
Sure, ultimately there may be only one cell line that makes it into each of these vaccines (let’s all pretend that makes a difference), but do you have any idea how many aborted baby specimens are used until the right one is perfected for each vaccine?
… The PER C6 tumorigenic cell line is being used in the ebola, influenza, malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV vaccines and came from a healthy 18 week-old fetus aborted for social reasons and the HEK 293 cell line was derived from the kidneys of a baby now being used to develop new influenza vaccines.
Did you know how many abortions were performed until the WI-38 cell line that ended up in many of the vaccines was selected? It is estimated that eighty elective abortions (recorded) were involved in the research and final production of the current rubella vaccine: 21 from the original WI-1 through WI-26 fetal cell lines that failed, plus WI-38 itself, plus 67 from the attempts to isolate the rubella virus.
WI-1 through WI-25 cell strains were derived from the lung, skin, muscle, kidney, heart, thyroid, thymus, and liver of 21 separate elective (and some speculate illegal) abortions. WI-44 was derived from the lung of a three-month old surgically aborted fetus.
The WI-38 strain has helped to generate billions of dollars for companies that produce vaccines based on the cells, yet it seems that the parents of the fetus have earned nothing.
In China, they recently developed the Walvax-2 cell line, which they plan to replace the MCR-5 cell line with. Walvax-2 was derived from the lung tissue of a 3-month old fetus and at least nine babies were used in the process before finding the successful cell line. This cell line is supposed to be better, stronger, and will replicate faster than the cell lines it’s designed to replace.”
— Megan Heimer, Living Whole