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Volkswagen emissions tests under fire by same government that protects corporations whose vaccines maim children


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(NaturalNews) Heads are expected to roll as more details about the unprecedented Volkswagen emissions scandal continue to emerge. Class-action lawsuits and criminal prosecutions are already underway as VW customers and government agencies pursue what they see as justice against the world's largest vehicle manufacturer, which is being accused of installing illegal emissions software to improve performance in its diesel-fueled cars.

The Obama regime has already issued a decree ordering VW to recall some half a million cars that are perfectly safe to drive but that might be polluting the air just a little bit more than stated in the manual. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is also getting involved, accusing VW of engaging in an emissions scheme that represents "a threat to public health."

The recall covers all four-cylinder Volkswagen and Audi diesel vehicles ranging from model years 2009 through 2015. These vehicles are currently on our nation's roads performing better than they should be in terms of torque and acceleration because they've all had their emissions-compliant software systems disengaged, a situation that clearly needs immediate attention. (That was sarcasm, in case you missed it.)

Evidence shows Merck put millions of children's lives in danger, but government cares more about VW cars performing too well

While misleading consumers through false advertising and breaking federal emissions laws are both serious crimes, they're not quite as threatening to "public health" as our government seems to want us all to believe. After all, it's not as though Volkswagen lied about the safety of its cars, hiding pertinent data that would have shown that its vehicles can explode at any moment and cause serious injury or death.

This, of course, is what Merck & Co. is accused of doing with its infamous MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella. According to two former virologists from the company, Merck knowingly falsified data on the mumps component of MMR, making it appear safer than it is and at least 95 percent effective or higher, and also ripped off the government by selling them vaccines that don't actually work.

The two virologists, Stephen Krahling and Joan Wlochowski, filed a lawsuit against Merck in 2010 seeking damages and a reevaluation of MMR's safety and efficacy, although you probably didn't hear about any of this in the mainstream news. That's because protecting children against a vaccine that could give them brain damage or kill them apparently isn't as big of a priority to the federal government as making sure vehicles getting a little too much horsepower are immediately pulled from the streets and performance neutered.

This Merck lawsuit, as well as the confession by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) whistleblower William Thompson about his agency's coverup of the MMR-autism link, should have been front-page news. Every network that's ballyhooing about VW should have been even louder about bringing the truth about MMR to the table.

Cars performing too well or babies getting autism and dying? The government would rather go after VW

This never happened, of course. Obama never issued a recall on MMR vaccines. The government hasn't really promised to take any meaningful criminal action against Merck as it has for VW. Somehow, human lives don't actually matter in the context of a deadly vaccine. However, getting those extra-peppy Volkswagens off the road is absolutely priority number one!

There is even talk of criminal prosecutions at VW, something that almost never happens within the drug and vaccine industries. Multinational corporate drug peddlers such as GSK are free to openly promote drugs for off-label use, which is illegal, and hide safety data that ends up putting consumers at risk, and yet they still get off with paying a measly $3 billion fine while everybody at the company walks. Where is the real justice?

Sources for this article include:

MLive.com

NYTimes.com

NaturalNews.com

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