The mainstream media lies about vaccines just like they lied about Donald Trump


(NaturalNews) One of the “mainstream” media’s narratives since President-elect Donald J. Trump “unexpectedly” defeated their chosen candidate, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, has been that the former was aided by “fake news” supplied to hundreds of legitimate news websites (including this one) by the Russian government.

That massive lie has since been exposed as fake news in and of itself, as Natural Newsfounder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, noted this week when he pointed out that theWashington Post, which originally published the story, has now backed away from the allegations.

“In other words, the same Washington Post that relied heavily on the discredited fake news group ‘PropOrNot’ as its primary source for the story is now admitting PropOrNot can’t be trusted at all,” Adams wrote.

That raises a legitimate question, then: If the vaunted Washington Post allows itself to be this easily duped by a phony group of pretend “experts,” how can anyone trust anything the paper publishes?

We have pointed out time and again that the media lies big time when it comes to coverage of this issue, and this is the very same mainstream media that lied early and often about the new president-elect.

In fact, how can you trust anything the so-called mainstream media says about other important topics – like vaccines? (Click to Article)

Vaccine manufacturers paying out millions to victims while still claiming they’re ‘safe’


(NaturalNews) Think about it: If vaccines are perfectly safe, then why does a federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program exist, and why are pharmaceutical companies paying out millions of dollars to vaccine victims?

Despite the scientific facts, Big Pharma, healthcare professionals and governments keep pushing these brain damaging vaccines on children and adults alike.

Remember the swine flu panic in 2009 in Europe where more than 60 million people got vaccinated? Countless healthy individuals, mainly children, developed a broad range of health conditions after the inoculation with GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) swine flu vaccine, Pandemrix.

“There’s no doubt in my mind whatsoever that Pandemrix increased the occurrence of narcolepsy onset in children in some countries – and probably in most countries,” says Emmanuelle Mignot, a specialist in sleep disorders at Stanford University who has been paid by GSK to look into the effects of the vaccine.

To avoid an infection, it is far more important to keep your body clean and immune systemhealthy than to get vaccinated. (Click to Article)

NY Attorney General confirms real-life conspiracy among drug companies

(NaturalNews) The office of the New York Attorney General and the American units of Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. have come to terms on a settlement involving claims that an agreement between the two Big Pharma companies restricted competition unlawfully.

Both companies agreed to pay a small fine (by comparison) of $150,000 to New York State and to cease making similar agreements in the future as part of the settlement, Reuters reported. Neither company admitted or denied the allegations, but the settlement absolves them of having to do so.

By settling, the companies have ended an investigation that was being conducted by the state into an agreement that was signed by both in 2010 to sell a generic version of Pfizer, Inc.’s cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor in the U.S., while not horning in on the exclusivity rights of other generic drugs sold by the pharmaceutical companies. Per Reuters:

The agreement was drawn up as a contingency plan to allow Israel’s Teva to sell the generic Lipitor, or atorvastatin calcium, in case Ranbaxy’s version was not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration before Lipitor lost its patent protection on November 30, 2011.

While India’s Ranbaxy, majority-owned by Japan’s Daiichi Sankyo Co Ltd, eventually got FDA approval in time, the agreement remained in place and could have been used to protect other drugs made by the two companies.


“Agreements between drug manufacturers to protect each other’s market positions violate fundamental principles of antitrust law, and can lead to higher drug prices,” Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said in a statement.

While the agreement related only to the sale of the one drug, it included a “no-challenge” clause, which allowed both companies to shield from competition, as well as legal and regulatory challenges, scores of other medications, according to the NY attorney general’s office, which added, however, that no anti-competitive effects due to the agreement had been identified during the investigation.

Schneiderman says the entire ordeal represents the application of a recent legal precedent that arose from challenges of “pay-for-delay” agreements that were established between makers of brand-name and generic drugs.

Those deals, where a brand-name Pharma company pays a generic rival not to sell their versions of a drug at a much-reduced price, have caught the attention of regulators in countries all over the world, because such agreements raise patient-care costs as well as the public sector’s costs to cover healthcare treatments.

Criminal enterprise

“Ranbaxy… continues to believe that the agreement was pro-competitive and an important part of making the product readily available to patients and the U.S. healthcare system in a timely fashion,” a Ranbaxy spokesman said in an email to Reuters, but the other company involved, Teva, would not comment.

“The settlement is positive for (Ranbaxy). The settlement amount will not significantly impact the company,” said Sarabjit Kour Nangra, an analyst at Angel Broking, as quoted by the newswire service.

Ranbaxy was banned from exporting drugs to the U.S. after failing to abide by U.S. Food and Drug Administration manufacturing standards.

Natural News has reported on illegal activity committed by Big Pharma companies often in the past. As our editor, Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has documented, anyone who has labeled the industry as little more than a criminal enterprise has been vindicated time and again. In 2012, Mike wrote:

Drug and vaccine manufacturer Merck was caught red-handed by two of its own scientists faking vaccine efficacy data by spiking blood samples with animal antibodies. GlaxoSmithKline has just been fined a whopping $3 billion for bribing doctors, lying to the FDA, hiding clinical trial data and fraudulent marketing. Pfizer, meanwhile has been sued by the nation’s pharmacy retailers for what is alleged as an “overarching anticompetitive scheme” to keep generic cholesterol drugs off the market and thereby boost its own profits.

This latest settlement with authorities in New York further documents the previous pattern of criminality.


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Exposed: Big Pharma Hides $450 Million of Influenza Drugs & Research from Public

The UK government was caught stockpiling over 450 million worth of an influenza drug called Tamiflu. This was pejorative enough, but the stockpile discovery itself has brought attention to an even shadier practice, and a problem which contaminates the US FDA and UK regulatory bodies’ reports on pharmaceuticals even more completely. In a phrase – they just keep lying.

If you haven’t heard, Tamiflu has been found to be just as deadly as the influenza virus itself. It was promoted as a way to keep the ‘avian flu pandemic’ at bay, a pandemic which never happened, but guess what – Tamiful sales went through the roof. Thanks to the UN and the CDC’s promotion of the product, it couldn’t be restocked on store shelves fast enough. A physician pointed out that 8 out of 10 of the studies done on the drug hadn’t been published, but oops – that wasn’t supposed to get out!

Many people are aware that the true results of clinical trials are often shielded from public view, and even legally withheld from doctors, researchers, and patients who might want to make informed decisions about their health. But Tamiflu may or may not reduce your chance of getting pneumonia (a secondary problem that sometimes develops with influenza) or lessening your chance of dying from the virus since the true results are kept under lock and key. In fact, it could kill you, but these results were never made public.

The makers of Tamiflu, Roche, haven’t broken a law – surprisingly, by keeping Tamiflu’s results hidden for more than five years. It is just by accident that this particular drug is now the example for an entire industry that keeps drug side effects – often deadly ones – hidden from us.

Faulty Drug Publicizing

One study was published in 1986, pointing to missing results in drug trial studies. A review of the article published in 2010 by the NHS’s own research body found that there was only a 50% chance of the drug trials for any drug – not just Tamiflu, to be published. This means that half of the time we are taking these drugs totally blind.

Furthermore, drug trials with positive results are more than twice as likely to be published, while unfavorable ones will often be discarded or purposely covered up, as Monsanto did with its lies about rGBH, the cow hormone. Study after study is showing similar results – that Big Pharma is lying. There is no way to pretty up the fact, or say its due to researcher bias. Information is being actively withheld even when honest researchers seek the results.

This means that doctors can’t possibly make good decisions about what to prescribe you – since they are completely in the dark about which drugs are ‘safe,’ and which are not. There is an autochthonous issue, born of Big Pharma greed, that impacts everyone. The phenomenon has been documented for well over two decades. Transparency has been laughed at throughout the industry – as evidenced in Secret internal memos, leaked in 2013 showing just what the FDA and EU regulatory bodies were up to, along with drug company interests.

Without any proper scrutiny, or even academic rigor, public servants (i.e. politically appointed members of the FDA, etc.) are making decisions about what drugs will be made available to the public. This is particularly unsafe when you consider that some of the most enormous medical scandals of the past few years – problems with the evidence for prescribing Vioxx, Avandia and Tamiflu, for example – were only spotted by independent researchers and academics, often years after a fight for access to information on clinical trials. There is no ‘robust regulatory framework’ for sorting safe drugs from unsafe ones, as the Department of Health would have us believe, and a bizarre set of documents will reveal the industry was really behind this propagandizing.

Now, there is a way to see what the drug companies are really up to, though. More than 130 patient groups which represent more than 100 million people have signed up for All Trials, a campaign co-founded with several other groups just a few years ago. Even GlaxoSmithKline, one of the biggest drug makers on the planet signed up – with hopefully, more transparency concerning drugs at the public’s fingertips.

Both the EU and the US, including the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency and the Department of Health better get on board, or they will find themselves about as useful as some Tamiflu.

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Researchers discover swine flu vaccine causes narcolepsy

(NaturalNews) A team of Swedish clinicians have clinically linked a 2009 swine flu vaccine to increased risk of narcolepsy in young adults, and a group of Danish researchers now understand how and why.

Pandemrix, an influenza vaccine unleashed in 2009, was widely administered to combat H1N1, or swine flu, in multiple countries. As reports of people experiencing sleep disturbances mounted, the vaccine manufacturer, GlaxoSmithKline, and organizations like the CDC scrambled to isolate the problem. But the manufacturer continues to pander, saying “Further research is needed to determine whether the observed risk is related to the vaccine, environmental effects, genetic factors, other factors or a combination of them.”

But now Swedish clinicians are linking GlaxoSmithKline’s 2009 Pandemrix vaccine to immune-related neurological diseases, including increased risk of developing narcolepsy in young adults.

Using data from regional vaccination and national health registries that encompassed 61 percent of the Swedish population and seven healthcare regions, the Swedish researchers conducted a population-based prospective cohort study, as they keyed in on the health consequences of the swine flu vaccine.

While an association couldn’t directly be made to immune and neurological diseases, the researchers did find a distinct correlation between the vaccination and narcolepsy starting in individuals younger than 20 years of age. The trend grew more steadily in adults between the ages of 21 and 30.

Dr. I. Persson from the Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, confirms, “The follow-up of Pandemrix vaccinations in a large registry based study in Sweden confirms an increased risk of narcolepsy in children and adolescents, while also providing reassuring results for a large number of other neurological and immune related diseases.”

GlaxoSmithKline responsible for hundreds of sleep-deprived, neurologically damaged individuals

Narcolepsy, which is a chronic neurological disorder, is characterized by the brain’s inability to regulate normal sleep-wake cycles. People affected do not receive restful, restorative sleep. Without normal sleep patterns, people are more easily stressed during regular day-to-day activities and have a more difficult time remembering.

Pandemrix, manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, contains an oil-in-water emulsion adjuvant called ASO3. This adjuvant is added to vaccines to accelerate the body’s immune response to that vaccine. Pandemrix was not used in the US but was administered to over 31 million people in Europe in its heyday. GlaxoSmithKline received details of over 900 people from 14 countries who were cursed with vaccine-induced narcolepsy. The European Health Protection Agency found that one person out of every 55,000 jabbed with the vaccine developed serious narcolepsy, disabling people’s ability to sleep, learn, cope and think.

Since 2010, The CDC has received official reports from the United Kingdom’s Health Protection Agency, showing evidence linking Pandemrix to increased diagnoses of narcolepsy in children in England, Scandinavia, Finland and other countries who implemented the vaccine en masse.

Why isn’t GlaxoSmithKline being held responsible?

Danish researchers find out how and why the vaccine wreaks its havoc on a person’s sleep cycle

The adjuvants in vaccines are designed to accelerate the human immune system. This causes immune cells to attack specific nerve cells in the brain that are responsible for regulating healthy sleep patterns.

Birgitte Rahbek Kornum, senior researcher from the Department of Diagnostics at Glostrup Hospital in Denmark says, “It has long been suspected that narcolepsy is caused by the immune system attacking some specific nerve cells in the brain, thus destroying the brain’s ability to regulate the sleep pattern. Our study confirms this suspicion, as we have figured out which cells in the immune system are responsible for the attack.”

He continues, “The immune system can become confused when two molecules are very similar. Our studies show that parts of H1N1 are similar to hypocretin, the neuropeptide in the brain that regulates sleep.”

“If a person’s immune system contains the cells that we have identified as the culprits behind narcolepsy and comes into contact with either H1N1 or the vaccine against H1N1, the immune system’s response can become activated and the disorder can develop.”

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Report: Girl Falls Asleep Up To 30 Times A Day After Getting Flu Shot

EDINBURGH, U.K. (CBS Atlanta) — A 15-year-old girl is reportedly falling asleep up to 30 times a day after getting a flu shot.

Australia’s News Limited reports Chloe Glasson began suffering from narcolepsy four months after being injected with Pandemrix, a vaccine to combat against swine flu, in November 2009. She is one of at least 100 people to suffer from the sleeping disorder after getting vaccinated with Pandemrix.

“She has gone from being a bright, outgoing girl to one who cannot go out on her own,” Rebecca Glasson, Chloe’s mother, told News Limited. “She doesn’t doze for more than a couple of hours at a time, but she can have disturbing dreams.”

Chloe Glasson will begin a new treatment of the specialist drug sodium oxybate at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh, U.K., in hopes to get back to a normal sleeping pattern.

“I am putting a lot of faith in the treatment,” Chloe told News Limited. “While the tablets won’t cure me, they may offer the chance of a more normal life.”

GlaxoSmithKline, the manufacturer behind Pandemrix, said in a statement they are researching how narcolepsy is reportedly triggered for some by the drug.

“Patient safety is our number one priority and we are researching how narcolepsy is triggered and how this vaccine might have interacted with other risk factors in affected individuals,” they told News Limited in a statement. “We hope ongoing research efforts will enable us to provide more answers.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends flu vaccinations for Americans older than 6 months.

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