[8/27/16] VICKI BATTS– In Galway, Ireland, one brave young girl named Rebecca recently faced off with a panel of mainstream medical industry hacks. In her introduction to the group, Rebecca says that she currently needs to see four doctors and is no longer in school because of the injuries she incurred after receiving an HPV vaccine. The adverse effects she has experienced from the vaccine have left her wheelchair-bound.
Rebecca asks the panel, “I was just wondering, do you feel guilty for promoting this vaccine that has left so many girls out of school, wheelchair-bound, and just basically don’t have a life?”
Of course, the responding person tries to deflect the question; its very clear that she does not want to answer it. “I can’t say anything to you, other than … you’d have to have a heart of stone not to feel deeply for the situation you are in,” the woman retorts. In a trailing voice, the woman says, “So let’s not run away from that …” while trying to change the subject.
Rebecca, however, does not back down. She interrupts the pandering platitudes being handed out to her and repeats herself, “Do you feel guilty, yes or no?”
Rebecca clearly wants answers from these people – and she has every right to demand them. They should feel guilty for what they have done, not just to her, but to thousands of other young women across the globe.
Sadly, the only reply from this unfeeling, and apparently stone-hearted woman is, “No, I don’t feel guilty … .” [Emphasis added]
Rebecca, outraged and perhaps even heartbroken over the fact that her pain – and the pain of hundreds more – is meaningless to these profit-seeking fear-mongering talking heads, interrupts again. “So you are fine with that, having more girls turn out like this [living with] chronic pain? So you are fine with that, you can have that on your conscience?”
The woman Rebecca is speaking to struggles for words and says, “I … I am an advocate for women’s health.”
At this point, another audience member can be heard saying “Shame on you!” to the panel members. He is reprimanded for interrupting, at which he says, “Listen, she just told that girl that she didn’t care what happened to her, alright? And she is here promoting what she, what happened to that girl. Shame on you.”
The audacity of these panel members is beyond comprehension. The pharmaceutical and medical industries as a whole have proven time and time again that they do not care what happens to patients; its all about the profits. They’ll cry from the rooftops that the suffering felt by hundreds and thousands of vaccine victims is all for the greater good, but what good are they really doing?
The HPV vaccine is a fraud. In 2013, we reported on the fraudulent activity surrounding Gardasil and its safety. Wildly misleading headlines filled the mainstream media following a study that came to an inconclusive decision on Gardasil’s safety. Regardless, the mainstream media insisted that the vaccine didn’t raise autoimmune disease rates, despite the fact that the study claimed no such thing – the data was inconclusive. In the legal system, people are considered innocent until proven guilty, but science does not work that way, and neither should our healthcare system. You wouldn’t take a medication that could cause autoimmune diseases, just because one study on it was inconclusive, would you?
Regardless, vaccine manufacturers and jab peddlers should feel guilty for the pain they have caused to so many families. The number of people who have been harmed by vaccines is truly irrelevant. Whether it is one hundred or one million people who have been injured, these hacks should feel bad about it.
It is deeply disturbing that these “people” – if these panel members and their ilk even deserve to be considered part of the human race – seem to show no remorse or regret over the fact that their products have hurt the very people they pretend they want to help.