(Natural News) Isn’t it bad enough that today’s vaccinations contain neurotoxins, extreme allergens, genetically modified organisms, and DNA from abortions? Do we really need to find out that a popular childhood vaccine that’s highly recommended by the CDC contains two strains of a rare and deadly virus that’s killing pigs by the thousands in China? Why the heck is some mad scientist allowed to infect and corrupt a childhood oral vaccine with a foreign virus that has NOTHING to do with the virus the vaccine is supposedly protecting the child against? Just how corrupt is the vaccine industry, and why is the doctor who made the vaccine profiting by the millions as a pediatrician who treats the very children to whom he’s administering a rare and deadly pig virus?
“RotaTeq” and “Rotarix” vaccines are supposed to help prevent rotavirus infection in children, but do they? If a child gets rotavirus, the symptoms are diarrhea, vomiting, sore throat, runny nose, wheezing and coughing. Sounds like the flu. Auspiciously though, the exact same symptoms are the most common side effects listed for RotaTeq and Rotarix oral vaccines.
In addition to fetal bovine serum, RotaTeq vaccine contains 5 LIVE strains of rotavirus, polysorbate 80, and strangely types 1 and 2 of porcine circovirus (PCV) that infects pigs and kills them. The insidious creator of the vaccine, Dr. Paul “Vaccine Industry Puppet” Offit, claims that circovirus is “not known to cause disease in humans,” but he never provides any excuse at all, much less a logical or justifiably medical one, for including this pig virus in a vaccine for children.
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And where’s the proof it doesn’t cause disease in humans? Did Paul Offit or the CDC run tests for this? Where are they? Is it peer reviewed? Because you know these vaccine-pushing shills swear by everything that’s “peer reviewed” and published in a medical journal.
Still, nobody seems to be able to figure out why the disease that killed a million piglets in China has spread to the United States. Really? It’s in the highly corrupted Rotavirus vaccines and it’s a scientific FACT that kids shed the viruses from vaccinations during the first few weeks after they receive them, so, you were saying?
Yes, porcine virus coincidentally causes diarrhea and vomiting in nursing pigs, according to the U.S. National Pork Board. Why do they know this? America’s pork industry was devastated by an outbreak of porcine virus in the fall of 2013, when over 700 different U.S. farmers reported cases, as the epidemic of the deadly diarrhea virus spread uncontrollably. Nearly every piglet that gets circovirus dies from it. Farmers reported filling countless wheelbarrows full of dead piglets.
Deadly side effects of Rotavirus and Rotarix vaccines include twisting in the gut, which is also very painful
Never, ever let your children take this insane oral vaccine, because the risks far outweigh the benefits, if there even are any. After administering the oral vaccine that contains a deadly pig virus, many children suffer from severe stomach pain and blood in the stool. Surprised? Rotarix brand Rotavirus vaccine, are known to cause intussusception, which is when the intestines become twisted and blocked, causing a bowel obstruction.
The human body has ways of reacting to foreign proteins and deadly viruses that are knee-jerk reactions intended to protect the immune system, the heart, the brain, and the vital organs. Intussusception, a side effect of the deadly Rotateq vaccine, occurs within weeks after being administered to a child. Infants need hospitalization, surgery on their intestines, and a special enema to treat this deadly “side effect.” Could it be the child’s body is trying to block circovirus from making it’s way into the bloodstream via the large intestine, especially since it’s delivered as an oral vaccine?
Dr. Paul Offit does not want ANYONE looking into this. He made millions off the patent and much more off his sick patients who suffer from the horrific side effects of his deadly invention. Symptoms of circovirus invasion include face and mouth swelling, difficulty breathing, wheezing, hives, rash, diarrhea, vomiting, and blood in the stool.
By the way, intussusception, which occurs when one portion of the bowel slides into the next (like pieces of a telescope), just so happens to be the most common abdominal emergency affecting children under 2 – and according to the vaccine package inserts, the maximum age for a dose of Rotateq is 32 weeks, and for Rotarix it’s 24 weeks. Coincidence? We think not.
Rotateq and Rotarix Rotavirus vaccines also cause Kawasaki Syndrome that affects the heart and can also result in a child’s death
Both brands of Rotavirus oral vaccination are known to literally cause Kawasaki syndrome, a deadly disease that creates large aneurysms in the blood vessels that feed blood to the heart. Symptoms include fever, swollen glands, swollen hands and feet, red mouth and red eyes, and if not treated, can lead to death.
Rotavirus vaccines also cause children to spread the disease to other household members or schoolmates by shedding the virus after dosing the child. So again, how does the benefit of these deadly oral vaccines outweigh the risks?
A thorough investigation needs to be conducted IMMEDIATELY on WHY the deadly pig virus circovirus is an ingredient in Rotavirus vaccines, and the vaccines need to be recalled and pulled from the market right now (and have circovirus removed from them entirely) until they’re proven to be safe and effective, where the benefits far outweigh the risks.
Tune in to Vaccines.news for more updates on deadly ingredients in today’s vaccines that you and your children should avoid like the plague. There is a disturbing link between vaccines and pediatric cancer that’s been uncovered recently, just so you know.
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