This website contains parental reports of injury/death from the CDC childhood vaccine schedule pre-Covid.
To see the injury/death from Covid-19 shots --well over 50,000 deaths in the US alone-- see Virus-Hoax.com
Watching Vaxxed II, I found myself wondering how many parents saw the original Vaxxed in 2016 and thought to themselves, “This is terrible! But… my kids got the MMR and they turned out fine, thank goodness. We dodged that bullet. An eye-opening movie, but it doesn’t apply to my life.” Box up the worries, close the lid, shove it under the bed, and don’t think about it again.
I’m wondering this because Vaxxed II isn’t going to let anyone get away with boxing up their concerns and carrying on with life. Part two pulls back the curtain on vaccine injury—way back. Part two will shock the hell out of them.
Part two says, “This devastation is waiting for you if you keep it up. It’s almost inevitable, and it can strike at any time.”
Vaxxed II will be the nail in the HPV vaccine’s coffin. Vaxxed II will show America that SIDS is not a mystery. Vaxxed II has a clear explanation of the effect the measles vaccine has had on society. Vaxxed II exposes that public health prefers for our children to suffer a lifelong travesty rather than a temporary infection.
Vaxxed II shows the world what our beautiful unvaccinated kids look like. They literally sparkle on the screen. Their parents’ energy lifts and brightens when they speak of them. Parents after parents echo the exact same observations, mile after mile, state after state: no ear infections, no antibiotics, and their unvaccinated kids weather an infection in a single day. Their immune systems are beasts.
These kids are a walking advertisement of the vaccine-free life. And their parents aren’t the rich, snobby, “Berkeley moms” the media wants you to think forgo vaccines and look down on doctors. These parents are wiping tears as they lay their souls bare. They are Every Mom and Every Dad. They are relatable. They’re likable. And most importantly, they’re believable.
One of the most powerful segments is the film’s stream of medical doctors, PhDs, and other medical professionals who came out to the bus when it was on tour. They put it all on the line. They risked their careers to talk. They bravely told the cameras what they know to be true about medical school indoctrination, vaccine science, and the injuries they’ve witnessed. This idea that vaccines get a bad rap because "ignorant, misguided parents” of genetically inferior children are “looking for something to blame" isn't going to fly after mass consumption of Vaxxed II. The professionals in the film are too smart. They ooze credibility.
The movie is an honest look at the reality of vaccine injury that is ignored by the media and flat-out denied by pharmaceutical plants on social media. In a pivotable moment, Dr. Suzanne Humphries laid out the formula for demonizing non-vax or formerly-vaccinating parents. It’s critically important for the public to see that recipe, and then to watch it repeated in the media. Once the average viewer recognizes the formula, they’ll see straight through pharmaceutical propaganda masquerading as news. They won’t be taken in by it any longer. They’ve been woken.
So many parents—too many parents—have children who cannot speak about what they’ve been through. Their voices have been stolen. They are mute, they can’t process language, or they are dead. But the parents will not be stopped from telling their children’s stories.
We’ve seen in recent days that the team behind the film screened it for certain media outlets, and those pharma-sponsored organizations responded with articles about how the movie was slickly produced and promotes unfounded claims. The media regurgitated scare tactics about measles and the Andrew Wakefield witch hunt.
It’s an understandable response. Three years ago, Vaxxed was an earthquake. But Vaxxed II is bigger. Its shocking stories will cause such tectonic shifts that a new Grand Canyon is about to form in the middle of the vaccination program. Pharma has every right to be scared.