We are constantly told by our health authorities that childhood vaccinations help train young immune systems and that vaccinated children are healthier than unvaccinated.
How do governments know this? They don’t. It is pure supposition. They have no definitive proof because of a lack of double-blind placebo-controlled trials and no official vax versus unvaxxed studies.
But more than 100 official papers do exist and they do not support government assertions. Vaccinated children suffer higher levels of chronic illness and autoimmune disease than unvaccinated children.
Brian Hooker, Ph.D., is co-author of a book that looks at all those papers. He is professor emeritus of biology at Simpson University in Redding, California, and like most parents, he believed in childhood vaccination until his 15-month-old son was injured by three vaccines: diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (DTaP), oral polio and haemophilus influenzae type b (HIB).
“He had an ear infection at the time and should not have received the vaccines, but the doctor said it was fine,” said Hooker. “He lost eye contact, was unable to walk unaided and he never recovered.”
And yes, he did go on to get the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine because the doctors did not make the association between his son’s regression and the vaccines, and neither had Hooker. His son is now 25, non-verbal, has gastrointestinal problems, mitochondrial dysfunction and is diagnosed with autism. There is no cure.
For 25 years, Hooker, who also has a degree in chemical engineering, has campaigned for recognition of vaccine injury and thought he would get somewhere in 2014 after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) epidemiologist and senior researcher Dr. William Thompson sent him a study that showed a correlation between autism, the MMR and African American boys.
It was a study Thompson sat on for 10 years before it was released. It showed that African American children who received the MMR before they reached 36 months had 2.4 times greater odds of an autism diagnosis compared with children receiving the MMR after 36 months.
It should have been a huge red flag but had no major impact and was not widely reported in mainstream media, although President Donald Trump wanted to create a Vaccine Safety Commission to conduct these studies. However, he accepted $1 million from Pfizer for his inauguration and unsurprisingly, the Vaccine Safety Commission was shot down before it was even formed.
For 38 years, Dr. Anthony Fauci was head of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He has been a barrier to vax vs unvaxxed studies and claimed that double-blind placebo-controlled vaccine trials that had been conducted contained all the evidence needed.
When challenged by lawyers Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (now running for president) and Aaron Siri in 2017, on behalf of Del Bigtree, the presenter and vaccine injury campaigner who created the Informed Consent Action Network, Fauci said he would send the evidence. It never materialized so they sent a legal demand.
On June 27, 2018, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services admitted in writing that no such studies existed.
Many vaccines have long-term health impacts that do not become evident for years. In a 1999 interview, Fauci acknowledged that many severe injuries would remain hidden, and if the agency rushed vaccines to approval “then you find out that it takes 12 years for all hell to break loose, and then what have you done?”
American children receive 71 vaccination doses, and the heads of the vaccine program were unable to produce any double-blind placebo-controlled trial to support their safety.
The CDC says that 1 in 36 children has a diagnosis of autism and the numbers are similar in the U.K., but no one has identified a cause.
A shocking fact is that when vaccine manufacturers create a childhood vaccine, they do not use saline for the control group. They will either use a different vaccine, a different version of the vaccine they are testing or an adjuvant.
For example, neurotoxic, amorphous aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulphate, or AAHS, an adjuvant, was used as a control in the human papillomavirus (HPV) Gardasil trial with devastating results.
Governments justify this by saying that adverse events are only “one in a million.” This figure is quoted by all Western countries with vaccine programs but how have they come to it?
The U.S. government compares the number of vaccine injuries compensated by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program with the total number of vaccines given in the U.S. Most vaccine-injured people have no idea about the scheme and doctors rarely correlate vaccination injury to the onset of debilitating symptoms.
Most doctors deny it exists. In the U.K., people can apply to the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme, but most do not know about this either. The scheme is restrictive, a claimant must prove 60% disability caused by vaccines with a small one-off payment of 120,000 euros if successful.
The truth will always be out and Hooker and his friend RFK Jr. have found elusive, but official, vax vs unvaxxed publications hidden in the National Institutes of Health archive in the global research database PubMed.
Hooker said: “We have so far identified over 100 peer-reviewed articles from open, peer-reviewed, scientific, and medical literature.”
Here are the results from just two, but without fail the book’s studies show that vaccinated children fare worse when it comes to robust health. The numbers differ slightly, which is to be expected, but unvaccinated children are in the bottom percentile.
A particularly shocking finding in the following study is that no unvaccinated children suffer from attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) compared with 5.3% of the vaccinated group.
The “Relative Incidence of Office Visits and Cumulative Rates of Billed Diagnoses Along the Axis of Vaccination” is by James Lyons-Weiler, Ph.D., president and CEO of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Dr. Paul Thomas, a pediatrician from Portland, Oregon, who was struck off because of the study, reinstated, then resigned due to restrictions on his terms of practice.
In this powerful paper, they took a unique approach to investigating the vax versus unvaxxed health differences of the children in Thomas’ medical practice. Rather than examining whether children had been diagnosed with the disorders studied, they compared the number of office visits associated with specific diagnoses in vax versus unvaxxed children.
Lyons-Weiler wrote: “Our measure, the Relative Incidence of Office Visits (RIOV), is sensitive to the severity of disease and disorder — specifically, the disease burden.”
RIOV also reflects the frequency of recurring diseases such as fever, ear infections and respiratory infections.
They compared 2,763 fully and partially vaccinated children with 561 unvaccinated children.
The vaccinated children had significantly more office visits associated with ear infections, conjunctivitis, breathing issues, anemia, eczema, behavioral issues, gastroenteritis, weight and eating disorders and respiratory infections than the unvaccinated children, although unvaccinated children experienced more chickenpox and pertussis (whooping cough).
Due to the meager rates of certain conditions in Thomas’ practice, such as developmental disorders, the researchers could not determine statistically significant differences between the two groups. However, the ADHD figures were significant, 5.3% vaccinated compared with zero unvaccinated.
The study was published in November 2020 in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health which then came under pressure to retract it, which it did.
The retraction statement included a brief, vague explanation: “Following publication, concerns were brought to the attention of the editorial office regarding the validity conclusions of the published research.”
Below are the graphs from the study.
The other example study considered in this article is Analysis of Health Outcomes in Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Children: Developmental Delays, Asthma, Ear Infections and Gastrointestinal Disorders conducted by Hooker and medical research journalist Neil Miller and published in the journal SAGE Open Medicine in 2020. They examined the medical records from three different pediatric practices in the U.S. They followed 2,047 patients from birth to a minimum age of three years, and a maximum age of 12.5 years. They divided the children into two groups: those who received any vaccines before their first birthday (69.1%) and those who did not (30.9%). The authors accounted for diagnoses only after a child’s first birthday to establish that vaccination preceded the first diagnosis of illness or disorder. As shown in Figure 2.4, vaccinated children were diagnosed with developmental delays at 2.18 times greater odds, asthma at 4.49 times greater odds and ear infections at 2.13 times greater odds than unvaccinated children. These odds ratios were statistically significant.
Breastfeeding provided protection against a child developing asthma but not as much as for breastfed and unvaccinated babies. For example, unvaccinated babies who were bottle-fed were 5.4 times more likely to develop asthma than unvaccinated breastfed babies. Vaccinated and breastfed babies were 10.7 times more likely to develop asthma while vaccinated and bottle-fed babies were 23.8 times more likely to develop asthma.
Our governments should be protecting our children, and independent studies into the vaccination program are long overdue. The reason they will not tackle this hot potato is purely financial: It could cost billions in compensation and could potentially bankrupt countries. So it is up to parents to ask questions, research and protect their children.
Know the truth.