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The MMR Vaccine: Is it Safe? I Think Not.

The MMR vaccine has been around for a long time. Parents have, for years now, just gotten their children vaccinated with this, thinking they were doing the responsible parent thing. Believing what the doctors and the CDC told them was best for their children. Heaven knows, you don’t want your kid getting Measles or Mumps, do you?

Here is a quote from Natural News that good, loving parents are not being told.

“CDC refuses to release evidence to Congress

This is all described in detail in this Age of Autism story which also delves into the runaway criminality of the CDC and its quack science front men such as Dr. Poul Thorsen. Dr. Thorsen — who was indicted by the Dept. of Justice for an elaborate money laundering scheme involving the CDC — engaged in exactly the kind of lies and deceptions we see reflected in biotech propagandists like Jon Entine, where so-called “scientific experts” routinely resort to outright lies and fabrications to protect corporate interests and try to silence skeptics.”

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/046553_MMR_vaccines_scientific_fraud_criminal_corruption.html#ixzz3BQ2GFYFu

Another quote from Natural News: ” (NaturalNews) The CDC whistleblower who has come forward with proof that the CDC knowingly covered up scientific evidence linking the MMR vaccine to autism has now been revealed as William W. Thompson, PhD. To share this story, use tags #vaccinegate and #EndVaccineViolence”

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/046597_CDC_whistleblower_secret_letter_Julie_Gerberding.html#ixzz3BQ80BkhJ

 

I encourage everyone to go to the links provided and read the entire articles. We all want our children to be safe and healthy, but are these vaccines doing more harm than good? My opinion is YES. The rate of Autism continues to rise. Please investigate this for yourself before you give your precious children this potentially dangerous vaccine.

Thousands of children who were normal all of a sudden weren’t after receiving MMR vaccine.

Your friend, Harley

 

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About Kathy

I am semi retired and had lots of free time on my hands. I had always thought there must be some way to really make money on line, but I just never had the time to investigate it until the last year or so. I decided to get some professional help in that area and it has paid off. My husband has a Harley and I really enjoy riding along with him. We belong to a motorcycle club and enjoy the rides with others who love it too. I didn’t become a “Motorcycle Mama” until I was 60, but I have come to love all that’s involved. That’s when I thought: Why not make money at something I really like and develop a website to sell those things? So I did with http://lovetheride.net Besides, my husband wants to retire before his bike is paid for and I would like to help him along in that goal. I hope you will help by visiting my site and following this blog. Kathy Sinclair

One comment on “The MMR Vaccine: Is it Safe? I Think Not.

  1. […] This is all described in detail in this Age of Autism story which also delves into the runaway criminality of the CDC and its quack science front men such as Dr. Poul Thorsen. Dr. Thorsen — who was indicted by the Dept. of Justice for an elaborate money laundering scheme involving the CDC — engaged in exactly the kind of lies and deceptions we see reflected in biotech propagandists like Jon Entine, where so-called “scientific experts” routinely resort to outright lies and fabrications to protect corporate interests and try to silence skeptics READ MORE:https://theharleyfactor.wordpress.com/2014/08/25/the-mmr-vaccine-is-it-safe-i-think-not/ […]

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