Sunday October 28th, 2012

The Vaccine Myth: An Issue of Trust

October 28, 2012 Broadcast

The guest was  Christina England, journalist and vaccine researcher, whose many articles in and speak to a myriad of vaccine issues, with a focus on false allegations of child abuse. Ms. England explained her route to journalism: after repeated attempts to find medical help for her two adopted special needs children, both of whom had been diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum, and one of whom she’d discovered had suffered at the hands of an MMR vaccine, she was falsely accused of Munchausen’s by Proxy as a result. She was ultimately cleared of all the accusations, and that was the point at which the Special Service in the UK told her, as a threat, never to reveal to the media what she had learned during her contest with the authorities over the Munchausen’s by Proxy allegations; the false documents and other corrupt practices that had been used against her. So instead of going to the media, Ms. England became the media, completing a degree in journalism, and has been writing ever since, about the dangers of vaccines, and false allegations of child abuse, which cases she also helps defend.

Access to Ms. England’s articles:

Christina England is also the co-author, with Dr. Harold Buttram, of Shaken Baby Syndrome or Vaccine Induced Encephalitis – Are Parents Being Falsely Accused?, available on Amazon.

The issue of trust was the AAP vaccine refusal form, the wording of which lacks any true substance as an advisory, because it misinforms, with no mention of the sometimes catastrophic consequences of vaccinating, and no mention that vaccinated children can and do develop the very disease against which they’d been vaccinated, and can transmit the disease to others. Then, to bring the misrepresentation to its absurd, self-incriminating climax, this statement:

I know that failure to follow the recommendations about vaccination may endanger the health or life of my child and others with which my child might come into contact.

Obviously, no parent should ever sign this form as it is written. A few well-chosen word changes, deletions and additions will morph the message into the truth; initial the changes and have the doctor’s staff do likewise before signing. That is the point at which the pediatrician may notify you that since you choose to not vaccinate and will not incriminate yourself by signing the Refusal Form as written, he will no longer be able to treat your family. That is also the point at which pediatricians have made themselves not only useless, but dangerous. Opt for a general practitioner, if you must stay with allopathy. Many instead choose holistic health care – naturopathy, homeopathy, chiropractic – and learn to treat disease at home, discovering in the process that the fear of disease instilled in us by the vaccine industry is totally overblown and unwarranted.

The Show can be listened in a Podcast format Here: The Vaccine Myth 10/28/2012

If you have a question for the host or the guests, please send us an email to or call 512-646-1984 during the show hours.


Sunday – October 7th 2012

Shawn and Nancy’s guest was Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, osteopath and board certified in emergency medicine, director of an integrative medical center incorporating various allopathic and holistic medical disciplines, and prodigious vaccine researcher and author of articles, seminars, books and DVD’s.

The issue of trust was the discrepancy between the information contained in the reams of vaccine-related studies and articles, and the information the vaccine industry disseminates via the mainstream media. Dr. Tenpenny defined the problem more precisely, speaking to the disconnect between the body of information in many of those documents, versus the stated conclusions and findings, which are all that most doctors read. This is a disturbing reality, since that information then becomes part of the doctors line of reasoning in diagnosing and treating disease.

The wide-ranging discussion spoke to:

Dr. Tenpenny’s Vaccine Research Library, a compendium of thousands of conventional articles and studies, all refuting the mainstream portrayal of vaccines as safe, effective and necessary.

The great benefits of natural contraction of disease in general, and measles in particular, which in previous years was viewed as a rite of passage of the immune system, solidifying its autonomous function. Vaccines thwart that process.

The false belief that it is essential to have a pediatrician – that, minus a congenital anomaly or complicated pediatric illness, that holistic and personal care is, as it has been through the ages, sufficient; that, indeed, so-called pediatric wellness visits are thinly-veiled vaccination schedule compliance surveillance sessions.

The routine use of highly reactive agents such as prior years’ vaccines as ostensible placebos in the testing of new vaccines, obviously greatly obfuscating the test results, since a placebo is, by definition, non-reactive.

The lack of integrity of the CDC in not long ago implementing a comprehensive comparative study of the medical histories of the vaccinated, vs the completely unvaccinated, using the excuse that it would be unethical to refuse vaccination to some children to accomplish such a study, but knowing full well that there are over a million kids in the U.S. who are unvaccinated because of their parents’ choice – a more than adequate number to produce meaningful findings.

References and resources:
Dr. Tenpenny’s DVD, Vaccines: the Benefits, the Risks, the Choices – available, along with her books and other DVD’s, at:
The Facebook page, Dr Tenpenny on Vaccines

The show airs on Sundays from 2pm to 4pm central time, and it can be listened on a podcast format here: The Vaccine Myth 10/07/2012 podcast

If you have questions for the Host, or ideas for the show, please contact us by email to, or call our phone lines 512-646-1984 during the show hours.

Sunday, October 14th 2012

The Vaccine Myth: An Issue of Trust

Summary : October 14, 2012 Broadcast

Shawn and Nancy began a recap of the various issues of trust discussed on the show. They covered:

The deception of the portrayal of the eradication of polio by the polio vaccine, reviewing the official changes made by the CDC, concurrently with the introduction of the vaccine, to the diagnostic parameters of paralytic polio, eliminating, but not eradicating, more than two-thirds of the cases that would thenceforth be diagnosed; and the less official change in protocol used in diagnosing non-paralytic poliomyelitis, in essence wiping that disease out of the medical dictionary. To sum: statistical parlour tricks, rather than disease eradication.

The lack of fulfillment of their responsibility to announce to the American public the findings of the CDC’s own 1999 in-house Verstraeten study, which showed a direct link between the mercury in vaccines and the increasing incidence of learning and speech disorders and autism.

The crossing of an ethical line every time a public health official or doctor chants the mantra, correlation doesn’t equal causation, to assuage parental fears over the several hundred thousand serious adverse vaccine-associated reactions that have been recorded in the CDC’s VAERS database. Without full knowledge of the individual cases, such statements are false, for they imply that there’s no need for concern, when, statistically speaking, the correlation that is the collection of VAERS reports, by definition, are not expected to be coincidental; they are expected to be causally related to the vaccines.

Callers to the show spoke to vaccine damage, in which, yet again, an initial diagnosis of vaccine-induced brain damage as the cause of an infant death was changed to SIDS; to the current administration of multiple vaccines to kids in clinics being held in Wyoming public schools; and to a focus on nutrition in diet, and supplementation where needed, to sustain a robust immune system.

The issue of trust was the bizarre path we have followed, that leads to such dire straits; where we are compelled to disseminate the truth that there are grave reasons to distrust the very authorities on whom we are told to rely for information about the threat, prevention and treatment of infectious disease.


The show can be listened in a podcast format here: 10/14/2012 podcast

Sunday October 21st 2012

The guests were Dr. Viera Scheibner and Donna Voetee. With her late husband, Dr. Scheibner implemented the infamous cotwatch studies that link SIDS to vaccines, showing that infants experience chronic bouts of severely reduced intake of air for several days following vaccination; again, a week later; and yet again, another week later. Coincidentally, many cases of SIDS follow this same pattern.

The issue of trust was be the questionable validity of FDA and EPA safety limits set to injected neurotoxins.

The show airs on Sundays, from 2pm to 4pm Central Time, and can be listened here:  Podcast 10/21/2012 The Vaccine Myth

If you have questions for the Host or the Guests, please send us an email at, or call our phone number, 512-646-1984 during show hours.

Lets preserve New Jersey Religious Exemptions.

IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED – S1759 – Regarding the Religious Exemption to Vaccination

The SENATE AMENDED S1759 on Thursday, October 4th.    In response to your calls, the bill no longer requires annual vaccination counseling or a doctor’s signature.  However, the revised bill still has major problems.

The NJ SENATE May vote on S1759 on Thursday, October 25th.  Mark your calendars. This is the next possible date that S1759 could be posted for a full Senate vote.  We need YOU and a lot of additional people in Trenton when this bill is posted for a vote.  There is power in numbers!

What to do NOW:

Go to Trenton.  Several of us are heading to Trenton on Thursday, October 11th to meet with Senators and hand out information.  If you are able to join us, please contact us at  The legislators need to feel our presence and understand how important this is.  We had a successful day last Thurs. 10/4.

Contact your Senator again.Remind him/her that you are a constituent and following the bill closely.  Urge a NO VOTE on S1759Find your Senator here   We need to keep contacting Senators to help them better understand this bill.  Consider gathering family and friends and stopping by your Senate district office.

Call Governor Christie.  Tell him you are deeply concerned and express your opposition to S1759. Remind him of his commitment to support parental rights and urge him to veto S1759 should it reach his desk 609-292-6000

Sign our NEW Petition:  We have set up a new petition  (This is a paid site, and your email address will not go to any other groups.)

Talking points:

S1759 is an attack on religious rights and religious freedoms in NJ. Parents are still required to explain in detail their religious beliefs and obtain a notarized statement.

S1759 is financially discriminatory.  It costs money to take time off work and pay for notary and possibly legal services.  Many parents who qualify for a religious exemption will be unable to afford one.

Who will decide what constitutes a bona fide religious belief?  It is inappropriate for state and school officials to pass judgment on a person’s private and confidential religious beliefs.

Forcing more people to take vaccines will not make the pertussis vaccine more effective, nor will it stop the disease from mutating.  Recent outbreaks of whooping cough have been among vaccinated populations.  The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) has stated the pertussis vaccine is ineffective and not providing the protection it has promised.  (see note below)*

The current religious exemption is working.  Several years ago, there was no uniformity and parents were being harassed, intimidated, and discriminated against for exercising their religious rights.  The New Jersey Department of Health was burdened with questions from schools. To quote from a 2008 Heath Department memo, explaining the change: “NJDHSS hopes that the information provided will enable schools, child care facilities and local health departments to process requests for exemptions in a more uniform and expeditious manner.”

NJ will require a cumbersome and discriminatory process in order for parents to claim a religious exemption.

This is expensive to taxpayers – Paying for oversight, compliance and the inevitable legal challenges.

Actual bill can be found here.


The media and some vaccine advocates are incorrectly blaming parents who choose not to vaccinate their children. But interestingly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other health officials, are NOT. Allow me to quote Dr. Anne Schuchat, the director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases:

“Better diagnosis and reporting of whooping cough may be contributing to the increased numbers, along with the fact that the disease tends to peak and wane in cycles. It does not appear that anti-vaccination sentiment among parents has contributed to either the national rise in cases or the Washington state epidemic.” (3)


Sign the Petition Here.