The Vaccine Myth: An Issue of Trust
October 28, 2012 Broadcast
The guest was Christina England, journalist and vaccine researcher, whose many articles in TheAmericanChronicle.com and VacTruth.com 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.
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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.
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