1. Don't trust new Gardasil 'study'

    You'd have to be on the Merck payroll to believe the company's dangerous HPV vaccine is actually safe. And sure enough, the latest study to make that claim was funded by none other than Merck itself.

    Surprise, surprise.

    Ok, so let's play along for a minute. Let's say Gardasil IS safe... My question is, compared to what?

    That's where things get tricky.

    Because when you look closely, this "safety study" didn't look at some of the most common complaints linked to the shot.

    Instead, their classification of "safe" came from the fact that Gardasil wasn't found to cause lupus, type 1 diabetes, or multiple sclerosis.

    Big deal! Besides the fact that those side effects barely even crack the charts, there's one more glaring fault of this study. Some of these are autoimmune diseases that can take years to develop -- but the study only tracked girls for six months!

    Forget this corporate spin, because the real numbers are already out there for everyone to see: Girls who've been given the Gardasil shot have reportedly suffered seizures, blindness, memory loss, and death.

    And for what? For all those risks, you'd think this would at least be some kind of cancer-beating miracle -- but it's not. Gardasil only protects against SOME of the strains of HPV that can potentially cause cancer -- and even that miniscule protection may wear off.

    The feds know all this. But instead of pulling the shot off the market for good, they've been caught red-handed TWICE trying to cover it up -- and now they want to force this shot on boys, too.

    I don't care what your stance is on vaccines in general. This one's bad news. If you love your kids and grandkids, you'll keep them away from Gardasil -- no matter what the "latest" studies say.

  2. Deadly vaccine gets massive new push

    Feds urge boys to get Gardasil shots

    Hide your sons and grandsons, folks -- the day I've warned you about is finally here: A federal panel is urging docs to start giving dangerous HPV vaccines to boys.

    And they couldn't have picked a better time for this big announcement -- because it came just days after a damning new report linked the main HPV vaccine, Gardasil, to 26 new deaths in little girls.

    Of course, the feds didn't announce those new deaths with the same fanfare they announced the new vaccine push.


    Instead, they tried to cover it up -- just like they did last year. And just like last year, they were caught red-handed when the watchdog group Judicial Watch used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain all the deadly details.

    Along with those 26 new deaths linked to the vaccine, the group found reports of blindness, paralysis, short term memory loss, seizures, speech problems, and Guillain-Barré Syndrome -- all in previously healthy young girls who had been given Gardasil shots.

    And now they want to spread those risks to boys? I'll take my chances with the HPV, thank you very much!

    Here's the truth about HPV vaccinations: They only block some strains of HPV, and only for a limited period of time.

    In girls, that means the vaccine offers no real promise against cervical cancer, despite the fact that the press has anointed it the "cervical cancer vaccine."

    In boys, it promises even less: The CDC's vaccine panel says it can lower the risk of anal cancer if your son turns out to be a homosexual. But anal cancer is so rare that your boy has almost zero chance of getting it even without the vaccine -- and even if he grows up gayer than Liberace.

    And while the cancer may be rare, the side effects aren't -- so if you value the lives of your son, daughter, or grandchild, keep them all as far as you can from any doctor dishing out this vaccine.

    For the full and uncensored history of the shoddy science and shady backroom deals behind the push for Gardasil, read the June 2009 issue of the Douglass Report.

    Warning: It'll blow your mind. And it might just save your kid's life, too.

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