Ulterior Motives regarding Vaccines

Much has been “said”, here and mostly elsewhere, about the vast vaccination topic.

Starting with whether it is true, or false, to claim “vaccines are ‘safe’ and ‘effective'”.

It is logical to label the claim as ‘false’ on the basis of indisputable evidence that vaccines are not always safe, a clear admission by pharmaceutical personnel and recorded awards for vaccine damages in court rulings. ‘Effectiveness’, is a little less definable, but professional vaccine promoters are usually honest enough to include covers such as “generally”, “mostly”, or similar language.

It is usually the likes of politicians and pedantic public supporters who are prepared to make bald, incorrect statements and expect the listener to accept their arguments.

Accepting that “vaccines are generally safe and usually effective”, then raises the questions “to what extent are they safe and effective”?  Answers are in the realm of  “how long is a piece of string”, because the variables are many and varied.

It is also reasonable to pose the questions, “How necessary are the vaccines, in what circumstances do they become justified and in what circumstances can mandatory, indiscriminate and forced applications be justified?”

These, and many other valid questions exist. In an intelligent community they deserve to be listened to, in a civilized community they deserve to be answered. Only in the social media are these issues addressed. There they are met with fierce opposition by authorities and thus their motivation becomes also questionable.

A number of motivations exist for this opposition. Public health, Company profits, Shareholder incomes, Practitioner benefits, Political lobbying rewards, cover most.

There is however, another possible reason which, although unbelievable in an ideal world, would explain the fervour of a), promoting questionable practices and b), opposing logical and commonsense responses. That is the theme of this post and video.

Readers comments are invited.


Of particular interest in the light of the current “epidemic”.

2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak – Wikipedia


The 2019–20 coronavirus outbreak is an ongoing epidemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by SARS-CoV-2, which started in December 2019.It was first identified in Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, China.Initially it was spread from heretofore unknown animals to humans; it has subsequently spread between people. The virus propagating the outbreak has an estimated time of exposure …

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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5 Responses to Ulterior Motives regarding Vaccines

  1. There’s tons of panic news, none addresses cure or prevention. Garlic – is a known killer of virus epidemic pathogens. A two word search ‘garlic pathogen’ will affirm this; thousands of scientific studies verifies this sharing.

  2. Alternatives to vaccines should be taught and not left out of the public debate – what are the alternatives. At least for coronavirus; Garlic – is a known killer of virus epidemic pathogens. A two word search ‘garlic pathogen’ will affirm this; thousands of scientific studies verifies this sharing.
    As to measles, the debate needs to address the alternatives, but the alternatives do not put huge profits in the pockets of those who gain from vaccines. So be honest, what are the alternatives and include them in the choices.
    Being age 81 years & 7 months, my sister and I had no problems with measles. Measles and chickenpox were expected in the family and addressed accordingly. No vaccines – what are the natural alternatives to non-patented choices….

  3. RISE says:

    Vaccines are also cause for debate. As science is working feverishly to develop a vaccine for covid19, I must ask. Would you not take the vaccine to protect yourself and your family.

    • No, I would not take the vaccine.
      It’s safety and effectiveness would not be proven for some time. Perhaps 12 months minimum.
      Then, would the results reports be trusted? Not on current medical standards.

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