Vaccinations – Proof that potential dangers are hidden.


1802 caricature of Jenner vaccinating patients...

1802 caricature of Jenner vaccinating patients who feared it would make them sprout cowlike appendages. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This ‘VacTruth‘ post provides conclusive proof that authorities do not reveal all to the public, or even the dispensing agencies. This article deals with a particular disease, but the ramifications apply to vaccines in general.

There seems to be no simple answer to this dilemma. There definitely are dangers. We cannot trust the official information regarding the degree of the dangers.  The efficacy of vaccinations is also an unknown as the sources of published information cannot be trusted. So both the importance of immunising and the dangers are unclear. Reported cases of side-effects are not reliably documented. The lack of reliable information makes this a lottery situation. The persons at risk may be a minority, but are you or your child one of the minority?

“At Last! Government Documents Locked Up for 30 Years Proving This Vaccine Unsafe Finally Revealed”  By .

Many parents are opting to have their children vaccinated with the single measles, mumps and rubella vaccines due to growing concerns about the safety of the MMR, but are they jumping out of the frying pan into the fire? Hidden government documents have revealed that leading professionals have had serious concerns about the safety of the single measles vaccines for many years.

Secret government documents that have been under lock and key for thirty years have revealed that the UK government has known for many years that the single measles vaccine can cause the debilitating neurological disorder SSPE or Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis.

SSPE is a degenerative neurological condition, which affects a person’s behavior, memory and coordination, leading to fits, blindness and eventually death. The Disabled World News 2010 [1] says that the symptoms a person with SSPE experiences are subtle:

They usually include symptoms such as changes in behavior and mild mental deterioration such as memory loss. The symptoms that follow are commonly involuntary jerking movements of the person’s head, limb or trunk jerks, and additional motor function disturbances. The person may experience seizure activity, or become blind. As the disorder advances, the affected person might lose the ability to walk as their muscles spasm or stiffen. The person progresses towards a comatose state, followed by a vegetative state. People with SSPE commonly die as a result of fever, heart failure, or their brain’s inability to continue controlling their autonomic nervous system.

1972 serious concerns about the measles vaccine’s potential to cause vaccine-induced SSPE had grown in momentum. It was decided that a group called ‘Expert Group on the Surveillance of SSPE’ was needed to study the problem in more detail. On February 9, Medical Officer F.C. Stallybrass wrote a request to UK’s leading professionals asking them to attend a meeting on Monday March 13, 1972 in room D1001 of the Alexander Fleming House. His letter contained a selection of documents, which he stated ‘may form a basis for discussion.’[2] The members of this group were listed on a separate JCVI (Joint Committee of Vaccination and Immunization) document titled ‘Proposed Membership of Expert Group on Surveillance of SSPE.’[3] The professionals invited were:

  • Professor G. Dick (chairman)                                                                                                             
  • Dr. E.N. Brutt, The Hospital for Sick Children
  • Dr. J.A. Dudgeon, The Hospital for Sick Children
  • Dr. C.J. Earl, National Hospital
  • Dr. T.T.S. Ingram, Department of Child Life and Health, Edinburough
  • Dr. Christine Miller, PHLS, Collingdale
  • Professor T.E. Oppe, St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington
  • Dr. G. Pampiglione, The Hospital for Sick Children
  • Dr. J. Wilson, The Hospital for Sick Children

If this information is not worrisome enough, at around the same time, a memo titled ‘Copy Of Notice To Be Circulated To ABE – Measles Vaccine And Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis’[4] was also sent out, stating that:

‘There has been some concern recently about the suggestion that measles vaccines might occasionally give rise to Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis. Professor Sir Charles Stuart-Harris, as chairman of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, has asked whether members of the Association would be prepared to notify cases we see.’

Note the words ‘might occasionally,’ which in my opinion, were specifically chosen to cover the fact that this was a growing problem.

This document, along with many others uncovered, means that the measles vaccination was proving problematic to the neurological well being of young children as far back as 1972. If this were the end of the matter, then it would be easy to assume that the problems had been overcome. However, the problem of vaccine-induced SSPE continued to persist even when the measles vaccination was combined with the mumps and the rubella vaccination to form the MMR triple vaccine.

What this meant was cases of vaccine-induced SSPE were not only occurring after children received the single vaccine but they were also occurring after they received the MMR vaccine.

Further reading of the article here.

About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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