Why are they so afraid of people asking what’s in vaccines? They probably don’t know what’s in them either — and as long as they remain ignorant, they can try to escape culpability.
Do you know what’s in vaccines — or perhaps, more importantly, is it “wrong” to ask such a question? LearnTheRisk.org, a non-profit organization founded by an ex-Merck employee, put up a billboard in Perth, Australia, which asked one important question: “Do you know what’s in a vaccine?” It’s a simple question, yet astonishingly few people know the answer to this question.
In response, the Australian Medical Association has demanded that this thought-provoking billboard be removed. The vaccine propaganda group says that even raising such a simple question is a “public health risk,” “misleading” and “conspiracy theory garbage.”
Demanding transparency in virtually any other arena would not be met with such hostility; in fact, you might even get a gold star for demanding to know what’s in your food or your infant’s baby formula. But when it comes to vaccines, “transparency” is a four-letter word. Indeed, the fact that simply…
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