Find any conversation about vaccination, on social media, and you’re guaranteed to see an interaction which goes something like this:
“Are you a doctor? Because unless you are, your opinion is invalid”.
Ironically, the ‘Are you a doctor, and what is your qualification?’ accusation tends to be blurted out by those who aren’t doctors either.
Clearly, they don’t realise the inference in their statement. They are not doctors, by their own admission, and therefore, by their own definition, they have no capacity to make, or even understand, any statement on the matter.
Therefore, I have sought out highly qualified medical doctors and specialists to share the other side of the debate on vaccinations.
Doctors Speaking Out About Vaccination
Given there’s such intense, continuous media coverage about vaccination – all of it condemning those who don’t vaccinate, (without ever interviewing parents who say their child was injured by vaccines) – it might be hard to believe there are, in fact, plenty of medical doctors and other health professionals who have serious concerns about vaccination.
And no, they’re not simply professionals with a PhD to their name, nor are they ‘alternative’ doctor types either.
In fact, most, if not all, started their medical career being pro-vaccine, and once proudly vaccinated their patients.
Some of those doctors even admit to being pro-vaccine bullies, and egosistical in the past, prior to having big realisations about vaccines.
The number of doctors with questions and concerns has been growing over time.
So much so, organisations have been forming, such as Physicians For Informed Consent, The International Medical Council on Vaccination, and Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines. Private groups also provide a safe haven in the face of bullying, trolling and attacks.
In Australia, doctors, nurses, midwives, chiropractors, and other health professionals who participate in such groups, risk being reported to the AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency), courtesy of dedicated, witch-hunting groups who troll the Internet, and delight in every single professional they can report.
The healthcare providers’ details – including their photo, medical registration information, and their place of work – are then slathered across blogs and social media. Members of these groups will even go so far as to pick up the phone to call the hospitals and other places the targeted health professionals work, and make complaints about them.
Australian Doctors – Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Australia’s health professionals are caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to questioning the current way of thinking –especially when it comes to vaccines. Many were too nervous for me to interview them, as they have been bitten before. They worry that eyes, and insider ‘plants’ are everywhere.
I was given this explanation from an Australian GP, on the more complex issues of speaking out:
“There is a split here between the AMA [Australian Medical Association] code of ethics and the Medical Board of Australia code of conduct. The former specifies that one must state clearly whenever your opinion is not consistent with the consensus of the profession. What that really means is that whenever one utters an opinion that does not fit within that consensus, one is speaking as an individual, not as a doctor. Therefore, by extension, your opinion can safely be ignored, as you are just a ‘lone nutter’.”
Unfortunately, speaking out about vaccination guarantees health professionals will become targets for bullying and harassment (from within their industry, as well as from the public). It might also risk their registration and, therefore, their ability to earn an income, and continue along the career path they love and enjoy.
The Appalling Treatment Of Australian Surgeon, Dr Gary Fettke
You only have to look at what happened to Tasmanian orthopedic surgeon, Doctor Gary Fettke, who was reprimanded by AHPRA for telling his diabetic patients about the LCHF (low carb, healthy fat) way of eating.
Doctor Fettke spent many years performing limb amputations due to diabetic complications, and of course, Doctor Fettke wouldn’t want his patients to have to go through that if it could be helped.
However, Doctor Fettke was reported to the AHPRA by a dietician. Because he was not seen to be qualified in nutrition, he was gagged from offering any nutrition advice to his patients, or on social media. His wife (who is not a doctor) was able to continue running his Facebook page, but only after Doctor Fettke’s name was removed from it.
To give you an idea of the absurdity of the whole situation, recently, a GP in the UK won a prestigious award for her work advocating the same LCHF lifestyle Doctor Fettke does.
To add even more salt into the wound, the CSIRO (Australia’s national science agency) recently released a cookbook dedicated to low carb recipes.
Why should it matter to you?
Because when the media, or other sources, tell you to talk to your doctor (as they always do) they know very well your doctor is obliged to give you information that is compliant with one way of thinking; otherwise the doctor puts career and livelihood at risk.
I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather hear what my doctor genuinely thinks, about my individual situation, based on his or her own research and experience, without the fear of backlash.
After all, vaccines have been said to be unavoidably unsafe.
“The 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act acknowledges that vaccine injury or death may be “unavoidable even though the vaccine was properly prepared and accompanied by proper directions and warnings.” 42 U.S.C. 300aa-22(b)(1). The “unavoidable” language in the Act is from the Restatement (Second) of Torts that applies to “products which, in the present state of human knowledge, are quite incapable of being made safe.” Restatement (Second) of Torts Section 402A, comment k (1965).”
But I digress…. Back to the topic at hand.
While this article contains 11 videos of medical doctors and thoughts from an anonymous Australian doctor (the GP wishes to remain anonymous due to attacks and calls for deregistration of such Australian doctors at the moment), I’ve also added links to even more medical doctors and paediatricians at the very end of the article.
I can assure you I have spoken to – and have been made aware of – plenty of doctors (including GPs, paediatricians, neurologists, obstetricians, and others), as well as nurses and midwives, who have serious concerns about the side effects and safety of vaccination. In fact, a couple of them have had vaccine reactions themselves.
12 Medical Doctors Who Decided They Could No Longer Keep Quiet About Vaccination
These are just 12 of many doctors who have similar stories. They all graduated from medical school, and received very little information about vaccines – apart from being told vaccines were safe and effective, and they should follow the schedule.
Working in their own practices, the reality was quite different. They all noticed a worrying trend: vaccine reactions were increasing at a fast pace, along with the increasing number of vaccines in the schedule.
The doctors featured below were driven to do their own research and education, which amounted to much more than they were ever taught in medical school.
Some of these medical doctors are now also researchers, specialists, educators and professors.
There are more concerned medical professionals than you might imagine. Most of them fear retaliation, if they were to speak out – one of the reasons you won’t see these stories on mainstream news channels and websites. Some do speak out.
I think it’s important to be as brave as these doctors are, in saying what they think.
Two doctors are speaking under oath.
#1: Professor Alvin H Moss, MD, Nephrologist, West Virginia University
Professor Alvin Moss has taught medical ethics for over 25 years, and is the director of the Centre For Health Ethics and Law at West Virginia University.
You can find out more about his own journey, as he speaks out about vaccines and vaccine-related injury, in this video. Professor Moss says many physicians are well aware of what’s going on with vaccines.
His neighbours are physicians; their son regressed on the night of his vaccines – and hasn’t been the same since.
One of the questions Doctor Moss answered before the Senate was about the billions of dollars paid out in the National Children’s Vaccine Injury Compensation Program; another question was about aborted fetal cells in vaccines.
He states, “In 1986, the US Congress established the National Vaccine Childhood Injury Act (NVCIA), because the vaccine manufacturers had come to them and said we have so many lawsuits we’re going to go out of business, because we cannot afford to pay for vaccine related injuries for which we’re being sued. So they passed the National Childhood Injury Act, and in it they created the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation program, and they also created the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS). The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has, as of March 1st, paid out $3.6 billion for vaccine related injuries, since 1986. 2016 was the year in which they reported the most injuries and the most vaccine compensations. In 2016 alone, $250 million was paid out to 800 individuals, which works out to be around $300,000 per person”.
An interesting point in his testimony is that the flu vaccine is resulting in the most compensation payouts. In another video, he mentions Gardasil, a HPV vaccine, is also fast becoming a big one.
#2: Dr. Ramon Ramos, Paediatrician
Doctor Ramon Ramos is a paediatrician of 36 years. When he first started out in medicine, there were not that many vaccines. For example, the Hepatitis B vaccine was not available, nor was the injectible polio vaccine. The MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine was available separately too.
Doctor Ramos worked in a hospital for 10 years before he worked in private practice. When asked if he ever saw autism in the early days while he worked in hospital, he said that if he saw one autistic child, it was a lot.
“We did not see autism. If we did, we did not see them as a paediatrician. They would be seen by a psychiatrist or psychologist as a psychiatric disorder.”