An ex-rep of Merck pharma has spoken!
You can listen to her here:
She sold Vioxx for Merck and she says that the CDC is not doing their job anymore.
When she was trained at Merck, she was told that all drugs go through a gold standard process.
But for vaccines, they do not have to go through that process, as you may already know. They are released without proper testing.
What is happening, because they are not studies on the safety of vaccines, our children become test subjects, guinea pigs.
Consequently, almost half of our children have chronic illnesses.
There are more than a thousand INDEPENDENT studies showing the harm of vaccines.
Anything injecting goes directly into vital organs, bypass the natural detox pathways.
I have spoken about this many times. The most common example we hear a lot these days is the accumulation of aluminum into the brain, spleen, liver and lymph nodes.
She says that there is no liability for manufacturers of vaccines. If they can call it a vaccine, this allows to bypass the gold standard process.
Then, she says:
“Enough people need to be harmed or die to see if vaccines are safe.”
This is terrible! We need to inject those vaccines first to see if kids are being harm to determine if vaccines are safe!
Merck is maybe the most corrupted big pharma out there.
We saw it with the Vioxx scandal and now we are seeing it with the HPV vaccine fiasco.
And now, two whistleblowers from Merck affirms that sham studies were done to maintain Merck’s MMR monopoly.
They have evidence to support this. Actually, they are the ones who did the fake studies years ago to show that the MMR shot is 97% effective. They designed the experiments to show this high efficacity of the shot.
That is the main issue in science in these days, we can design an experiment to have the outcome that we desire. This is not science but pure manipulation of the data.
Merck, the MMR vaccine’s manufacturer, is in court over MMR-related fraud.
The whistleblower evidence has given rise to two separate court cases.
In addition, a CDC whistleblower has alleged the MMR vaccine increases autism risks in some children. Again, Merck has lied to us for years. They have known that MMR causes autism but of course they did not disclose that information.
In reality, nobody knows the efficacity of this vaccine. This 97% claim is fraudulent. Some people say it is about 70% effective, some others claim it is 50%.
So, let’s take a look at this.
We know from genotyping, there are 24 different stains of measles. The vaccine was designed to give immunity against one strain among these 24. But the thing is we do not know if it would provide immunity against the other 23 types of virus. Nobody has done the study.
In addition, the “immunity” acquired with vaccination lasts about 3-5 years. This strongly indicates that it is not a natural immunity that last for life.
One thing we know is that the virus used to make the vaccine is responsible for about 40% of the current outbreaks.
Being vaccinated or not does not matter. Nobody is immune unless you get the virus naturally and your immune system mount a response against it the way it is designed to. This is the only way to actually prevent the measles to spread across the population.
Which brings me to those questions:
Why do the FDA and CDC continue to endorse the problematic MMR vaccine despite Merck’s implication in fraud over the vaccine’s safety and efficacy?
Why do U.S. legislators and government officials not demand a better alternative, as Japan did over two decades ago?
Why are U.S. cities and states forcing Merck’s MMR vaccine on American children?
Is the U.S. government protecting children, or Merck?
Why are U.S. officials ignoring Japan’s exemplary model, which proves that the most measured vaccination program in the industrialized world and “first-class sanitation and levels of nutrition” can produce optimal child health outcomes that are leading the world?
A central tenet of a free and democratic society is the freedom to make informed decisions about medical interventions that carry serious potential risks. This includes the right to be apprised of benefits and risks—and the ability to say no.
The Nuremberg Code of ethics established the necessity of informed consent without “any element of force, fraud, deceit, duress, over-reaching, or other ulterior form of constraint or coercion.”
Forcing the MMR vaccine, or any other vaccine, on those who are uninformed or who do not consent represents nothing less than medical tyranny.
And then we have all those other companies that were found guilty and fined big amounts!
Pfizer was fined $2.3 billion, then the largest health care fraud settlement and the largest criminal fine ever imposed in the United States. Pfizer pled guilty to misbranding the painkiller Bextra with “the intent to defraud or mislead”, promoting the drug to treat acute pain at dosages the FDA had previously deemed dangerously high. Bextra was pulled from the market in 2005 due to safety concerns. The government alleged that Pfizer also promoted three other drugs illegally: the antipsychotic Geodon, an antibiotic Zyvox, and the antiepileptic drug Lyrica.
Merck agreed to pay a fine of $950 million related to the illegal promotion of the painkiller Vioxx, which was withdrawn from the market in 2004 after studies found the drug increased the risk of heart attacks. The company pled guilty to having promoted Vioxx as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis before it had been approved for that use. The settlement also resolved allegations that Merck made false or misleading statements about the drug’s heart safety to increase sales.
GlaxoSmithKline agreed to pay a fine of $3 billion to resolve civil and criminal liabilities regarding its promotion of drugs, as well as its failure to report safety data. This is the largest health care fraud settlement in the United States to date. The company pled guilty to misbranding the drug Paxil for treating depression in patients under 18, even though the drug had never been approved for that age group. GlaxoSmithKline also pled guilty to failing to disclose safety information about the diabetes drug Avandia to the FDA.
Sanofi-Aventis agreed to pay $109 million to resolve allegations that the company gave doctors free units of Hyalgan (an injection to relieve knee pain) to encourage those doctors to buy their product. Sanofi lowered the effective price by promising these free samples to doctors, but at the same time got inflated prices from government programs by submitting false price reports, alleged the United States. Medicare and other government health care programs “paid millions of dollars in kickback-tainted claims for Hyalgan,” according to the DOJ announcement.
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay a $2.2 billion fine to resolve criminal and civil allegations relating to the prescription drugs Risperdal, Invega and Natrecor. The government alleged that J&J promoted these drugs for uses not approved as safe and effective by the FDA, targeted elderly dementia patients in nursing homes, and paid kickbacks to physicians and to the nation’s largest long-term care pharmacy provider, Omnicare Inc. As part of the agreement, Johnson & Johnson admitted that it promoted Risperdal for treatment of psychotic symptoms in non-schizophrenic patients, although the drug was approved only to treat schizophrenia.
Eli Lilly was fined $1.42 billion to resolve a government investigation into the off-label promotion of the antipsychotic Zyprexa. Zyprexa had been approved for the treatment of certain psychotic disorders, but Lilly admitted to promoting the drug in elderly populations to treat dementia. The government also alleged that Lilly targeted primary care physicians to promote Zyprexa for unapproved uses and “trained its sales force to disregard the law
AstraZeneca was fined $520 million to resolve allegations that it illegally promoted the antipsychotic drug Seroquel. The drug was approved for treating schizophrenia and later for bipolar mania, but the government alleged that AstraZeneca promoted Seroquel for a variety of unapproved uses, such as aggression, sleeplessness, anxiety, and depression. AstraZeneca denied the charges but agreed to pay the fine to end the investigation.
Abbott was fined $1.5 billion in connection to the illegal promotion of the antipsychotic drug Depakote. Abbott admitted to having trained a special sales force to target nursing homes, marketing the drug for the control of aggression and agitation in elderly dementia patients. Depakote had never been approved for that purpose, and Abbott lacked evidence that the drug was safe or effective for those uses. The company also admitted to marketing Depakote to treat schizophrenia, even though no study had found it effective for that purpose.
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc agreed to pay $95 million to resolve allegations that the company promoted several drugs for non- medically accepted uses. These drugs included the stroke-prevention drug Aggrenox, the lung disease drugs Atrovent and Combivent, and Micardis, a drug to treat high blood pressure. The FDA alleged that Boehringer improperly marketed the drugs and “caused false claims to be submitted to government health care programs.”
Amgen agreed to pay a $762 million fine to resolve criminal and civil charges that the company illegally introduced and promoted several drugs including Aranesp, a drug to treat anemia. Amgen pleaded guilty to illegally selling Aranesp to be used at doses that the FDA had explicitly rejected, and for an off-label treatment that had never been FDA-approved.
Endo Health Solutions Inc. and its subsidiary Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. agreed to pay $192.7 million to resolve criminal and civil liability arising from Endo’s marketing of the prescription drug Lidoderm. As part of the agreement, Endo admitted that it intended that Lidoderm be used for unapproved indications and that it promoted Lidoderm to healthcare providers this way.
Fortunately, the American people are slowing waking up to the truth and one the whole system will collapse!
God bless y’all 😊