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#067: Vaccines – James Lyons-Weiler, PhD

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by Brett Hawes

Vaccines are one of the hottest (and most polarizing) topics out there in the public space. The industry is fraught with cover-ups, dis-information and suppression of data. As world organizations rush to consecrate mandatory vaccines into law – there are unanswered questions that raise serious concerns.

Dr James Lyons-Weiler joins me on the show today to answer these questions (and more)

ALSO LISTEN TO MY PODCAST WITH DEL BIGTREE

 

Here’s what’s on today’s show:

  • 5:00 – Dr Jack’s academic background
  • 8:00 – what is translational science?
  • 11:00 – cures vs. profits
  • 13:00 – the hunt for safety studies
  • 19:00 – all vaccine safety studies are sanitized
  • 23:00 – vaccines and autism
  • 26:00 – 1000 studies can’t be wrong
  • 27:00 – ER hyper stress theory of autism
  • 31:00 – safety, toxicity and detoxification of aluminum
  • 36:00 – the difference between ingested and injected aluminum
  • 42:00 – aluminum clearance
  • 46:00 – fluoride and autism?
  • 48:00 – mutations and efficacy
  • 50:00 – vaccine failure
  • 53:00 – how diseases are really being spread
  • 55:00 – HPV – robbing Peter to pay Paul
  • 62:00 – the flu vaccine
  • 65:00 – rates of vaccinations among recent “outbreaks”
  • 67:00 – the unethical business of forced vaccinations (plus the loop hole) 
  • 68:00 – vaccine hesitancy – Canadian statistics
  • 73:00 – how common are vaccine injuries?
  • 82:00 – coercion tactics and the law
  • 83:00 – mandating adult shots
  • 86:00 – why pharmaceutical companies are not liable for injury or death
  • 93:00 – follow the money
  • 102:00 – predicting who is susceptible to injury by using genetic testing
  • 107:00 – internet, social media and censorship

 

  1. Support the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK) here: http://ipaknowledge.org
  2. Connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamesLweiler/
  3. Listen to my podcast with Del Bigtree 
  4. Ethics Review on Research Involving Human Subjects

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