Vaccine damage, the hidden truth

With the chief scientist of the CDC, who was responsible for the MMR vaccine testing, now blowing the whistle on how they lied about the safety of vaccines how can we put our children at risk. It’s plain silly to think that the vaccine will protect. Personally, I would not risk my children’s health especially now the evidence showing that vaccines are a fraud perpetrated on the unsuspecting parents. John Rappaport has written many authoritive articles on this subject and others. All interesting.

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Vaccine damage, the hidden truth

by Jon Rappoport

April 17, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

Warning: Don’t read this article if you want to avoid feeling an unpleasant sensation in the pit of your stomach.

The issue here is: refusing to believe an uncomfortable fact.

An unpleasant fact.

A devastating fact.

There is a simple formula that describes how the public refuses to believe an uncomfortable fact.

It goes this way:

“Well, if that were true, then…”

It’s a statement that suggests a person is standing at the edge of a cliff. And if he accepted some particularly unpleasant fact, he’d suddenly fall off.

Another way to look at it: if he accepted this fact, it would lead, by contagion, to him admitting there were other very uncomfortable truths. And then, by extension, like branches quickly growing out of a tree, a…

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