The height of pediatric madness is seen in the the Hepatitis B Vaccine, which are universally given at birth and then at three months and six months. In many parts of the world these vaccines still contain mercury and the vaccine is given to newborn babies even though they are not at risk of contracting the hepatitis B disease.
This vaccine has been known to severely hurt adults who weigh 20 to 30 times more than a newborn. Because the vaccine is not adjusted to body weight a newborn child is poisoned with the blessings of the majority of pediatricians who just cannot see that there is anything wrong with this. These thousands of trillion atoms of mercury are concentrated in a small body, which is most vulnerable at birth.
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says, “The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the possible risks, and vaccines remain the most effective tool we have to prevent serious and life-threatening infections.” In the case of Hepatitis B the truth is, “The risks far outweigh the benefits and the hepatitis B vaccine remains the worst tool in the health care arsenal because it causes instead of prevents serious life-threatening medical problems.”
In the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), there were 1,080 total reports of adverse reactions from hepatitis B vaccine in 1996 in the 0-1 age group, with 47 deaths reported. Total VAERS hepatitis B reports for the 0-1 age group outnumber reported cases of the disease 20 to 1.[i] With the general rule of thumb being only ten percent of reactions reported we can estimate that there were approximately 10,000 actual adverse reactions and upwards of 500 deaths from this vaccine alone. That would place its risk benefit ratio at 200 to 1. That hollows out Fauci’s statement. In this case the risks far outweigh the benefits. Instead of the disease being life-threatening the vaccine danger is the threat to life and health.
[i] Belkin, Michael. Belkin’s Testimony to Congress concerning Hepatitus B vaccine on May 18, 1999 Medical Veritas Volume 1 Issue 1 pg. 24-27