All Vaccines are Unsafe. Russia's Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available
by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman)
On August 11, Russia registered the first vaccine for use against COVID-19, named Sputnik V. More on this development below.
Toxins in vaccines make them hazardous to human health.
Time and again, they cause diseases they're promoted as protection against.
Nothing in medical science indicates that vaccines are safe.
They all contain harmful to health mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, phenoxyethanol (antifreeze), MSG, and squalene adjuvants that weaken and can destroy the human immune system, making it vulnerable to many annoying to life-threatening illnesses.
Annually, the US Vaccine Adverse Reporting System (VAERS) reports thousands of serious adverse vaccine reactions, including many deaths and disabling disabilities.
Virtually none of this is reported by establishment media.
Far too often, vaccines are ineffective or not effective enough. They're an unreliable way to prevent illness and disease.
Proper health, personal hygiene, and sanitation practices are far more effective than mass-vaxxing.
An earlier WHO report said disease and mortality rates in developing countries were closely related to hygiene and dietary practices, unrelated to immunization programs.
In the West and elsewhere, no evidence links vaccines with declines in infectious diseases.
Although vaccines stimulate antibody production, no evidence suggests that alone assures immunity.
Squalene adjuvants and other toxins in vaccines harm the human immune system, making it susceptible to numerous illnesses and diseases that range from very annoying to life threatening.
The notion of herd immunity from mass-vaxxing is Big Pharma promoted rubbish.
Numerous industry promoted "facts" about vaccines were later proved false.
Childhood disease dangers are greatly exaggerated to scare parents into getting their children vaccinated with unsafe drugs.
Following the introduction of the Salk polio vaccine, large outbreaks of the disease were reported in the US.
Years later, Jonas Salk admitted that mass inoculations caused most polio cases.
Even when no adverse reactions occur days or even weeks after being inoculated, evidence shows longer-term problems developed.
They include the disease vaxxing is supposed to protect against, chronic headaches, rashes, skin lesions, seizures, autism, anemia, multiple sclerosis, ALS, cancer, diabetes, and many other health issues.
US federal, state, and local immunization policy is driven by politics and profit potential, not science or concern for human health and welfare.
According to earlier industry estimates before coronavirus outbreaks occurred this year, the market potential for vaccines was estimated at around $60 billion annually.
If when available, a full COVID-19 vax treatment of all Americans would have a market potential dollar volume of around $150 billion of near-all profit, according to one estimate.
The global market potential is much greater — why the race is on to cash in big.
Noted vaccine expert Dr. Viera Schiebner minced no words, saying the following:
"There is no evidence whatsoever of the ability of vaccines to prevent any diseases."
"To the contrary, there is a great wealth of evidence that they cause serious side effects."
Many other scientific experts agree.
Russia's Sputnik V is the first vaccine available for use against COVID-19 — registered by the Russian Ministry of Health on August 11.
Developed by Russia's Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, it followed over 20 years of vaccine research, according to Sechenov University's Institute for Translational Medicine and Biotechnology director Vadim Tarasov.
Technology used to develop Sputnik V is based upon adenovirus, the common cold.
Tarasov explained that the vaccine may not entirely stop COVID-19 from spreading. He claimed it'll make symptoms milder, adding:
"We can really talk about a breakthrough as our country has shown itself to be one of the leaders in the global pharmaceutical industry due to the fact that it has retained and developed new competencies in drug development."
Russia's sputnikvaccine.com website explained the following:
"In 1957, the successful launch of the first man-made satellite by the Soviet Union activated space research in the entire world," adding:
"Thanks to this comparison, the vaccine received the name of Sputnik V" to note another "Sputnik moment."
Information on the website aims to dispel Western media disinformation already begun.
Will Russia's Sputnik V prove safe and effective in immunizing against COVID-19?
The fullness of time will tell what's very much unknown now.
A Final Comment
As expected, establishment media mocked Sputnik V.
The NYT accused Russia of "cutting corners on testing to score political and propaganda points," citing no evidence backing its claim.
The Washington Post accused Moscow of "jumping dangerously ahead of" larger-scale testing to make a COVID-19 vaccine available ahead of ones being developed in the West.
The Wall Street Journal said Russia registered the "world's first Covid-19 vaccine despite safety concerns."
Other establishment media made similar comments — demeaning Russia's development while promoting undeveloped/yet to be available Big Pharma vaccines.
With billions of dollars of market potential up for grabs, it's no surprise that establishment media are supporting development of Western vaccines for COVID-19 over alternatives from Russia, China, and other countries.
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