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Vaccine injury information suppression is a threat to humanity

Europe is moving closer to mandatory vaccination while they suppress information on vaccination injuries. Photo credit:

Our so-called democracy doesn’t exist anymore as we read about the latest measurements of the European Parliament. On April 18, 2018, the European Parliament voted in favor of new measures to counter the decreasing vaccination rate.

The measures summarized in 36 points, also mean it may be likely that a lot can go to the ballot box, but the practice shows that the industry and the media are in control of politics and therefore, both our freedom of choice and free expression are threatened.

All politicians try to convince us about democratic values, for example, former USA foreign minister Madeleine Albright has said that democracy is the wish of the majority with respect for the minority. But how much of our democracy is still intact?

Why most politicians and journalists wouldn’t like to listen to the voice of the people? Instead, they throw them overboard because they have personal interests at stake.

Measurements of the European Parliament 

In regards to points 23 and 27, point 23 calls on the Member States and commission to combat the spread of disinformation of the spread of unreliable, misleading, and unscientific information about vaccination, which is exacerbated by controversies and sensational news coverage in the media and meager journalism.

And to promote awareness-raising and information campaigns to restore confidence in vaccines, and to increase education and dialogue, especially for parents, including through the establishment of a European platform aimed at increasing vaccination coverage and preventing misleading information.

Point 27 welcomes the encouraging progress made in the fight against diseases and cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). Thanks to vaccination programs against the HPV virus; calls on the Member States to further develop these programs and look for ways to increase vaccination coverage and prevent other forms of cancer, for example by including boys in vaccination programs.

Vigiaccess, an institute that monitors the side effects of  vaccines under the supervision of the World Health Organization

Perhaps the writers of the health blog ‘Secrets of Aids and Ebola Facts Journal’ can ask the last bit of your attention for the number of side effects that have been reported not only on our blog but officially at Vigiaccess as well. 

A corrupt institute that not only monitors the side effects of vaccines under the supervision of the World Health Organization but also misleading the public. On July 5, 2018, the counter reported on 83757 cases. Please note that this is a fraction of the total. 

Most vaccine reaction reports are handwritten

During the meeting of the National Vaccine Advisory, the Centers for Disease Control officials reported that about 70 percent of VAERS reports are handwritten and submitted by mail or fax, while 30 percent are online submissions. The system receives about 30,000 reports annually and it is estimated that only between one to 10 percent of vaccine adverse events are reported to VAERS. 

Underreporting of vaccine reactions in the U.S. is a widely acknowledged weakness of VAERS. It is also known that little has been done by federal health officials to increase vaccine provider reporting to VAERS since the passage of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act in 1986, which requires the reporting of vaccine adverse events.

Although the new reporting form proposed by the CDC adds new features while retaining many of the current form’s fields data collection, NVIC opposes the CDC’s proposal to eliminate the option of submitting handwritten reports. 

The proposed shift to a completely “paperless” system is likely to result in even more underreporting of vaccine adverse events and penalize those who are not computer literate. 

These changes could also hinder the effective monitoring and detection of unusual vaccine adverse events occurring in the general population by health scientists.

Assumptions and omissions muddy data

CDC officials also stated that doctors viewed language in the current form relating vaccine provider identification as “threatening” and inferred liability. 

The new language created by CDC officials to address these concerns does more harm than good because it assumes that all Americans are being vaccinated solely by their primary health care provider rather than in pharmacies, grocery, and big-box stores, senior living facilities, public health clinics, the workplace or in school clinics.

Also omitted from the proposed new VAERS form is information about vaccine reactions in siblings, though the Institute of Medicine (IOM) has acknowledged there are individual genetic predispositions and biological and environmental susceptibilities involved in the suffering of vaccine injuries. 

There is no legal requirement to gather sibling information, but given the significant vaccine safety research gaps highlighted by the IOM in a series of vaccine safety reports published between 1991 and 2013, this data is valuable and should be collected by VAERS.

Prior to the adoption of the CDC’s proposed changes, the public has the legal right to submit public comments on these changes. Comments received from the public are supposed to be considered in the finalization of the new VAERS form. If you want to make a public comment, you must submit it before January 23, 2015.

NVIC co-founders were responsible for securing vaccine safety informing, recording, and reporting provisions in the 1986 law and for the creation of VAERS. 

NVIC supports unrestricted public access to VAERS, vaccine provider accountability, and identification, gathering of information on individual predispositions/susceptibilities by VAERS, and promotion of VAERS awareness by CDC to reduce underreporting. 

Many of the proposed changes to the VAERS intake form are not in the public’s best interest.

Please make your voice heard. Submit your comments an important issue that should be publicized more on social media, mailing lists, and the NVIC Advocacy Portal, especially since time is running out to submit comments. Many of us who have tried to use the VAERS website think of it as completely broken.

We have attempted to use VAERS online form many times over the past years, and simply cannot get it to submit. We have probably tried many times to submit a single adverse reaction, and it gives us various errors every time. People make jokes about  but VAERS is the real joke.

Sometimes we spent many hours trying to submit a single reaction, and the reaction is still unreported! The site gives us errors, tells us it’s down for maintenance after we’ve spent over 30 minutes filling in all the fields, and/or it won’t let you proceed if you don’t have certain information which is not always available. 

Journalists of all media around the world are you there? Can’t you see why newspapers are going in the direction of bankruptcy? Don’t you see you will be fired soon because of publishing lies?

Dear journalist, you only have to try to fill in an online form but it is just plain confusing, even to trained professionals and most certainly to so-called well-known journalists. Now, taking away the paper/fax option will make VAERS even less accurate. This almost seems intentional, as if they don’t want us to report adverse reactions as we do on our Secrets of Aids and Ebola Facts Journal.


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Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines transcript Sep. 5. 2014, Physician comments – vaccine provider identification, page 49 Accessed Dec. 28, 2014

Evaluating Biological Mechanisms or Adverse Events. Institute of Medicine – Adverse Effects of Vaccines: Evidence and Causality. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2012, pg 82.

It is estimated that only a few percentages of the side effects are reported with Vigiaccess. Please share the link of this blog in your network in order to counter the undemocratic behavior of politicians, media, and so-called guarding institutes, and please inform or comment on our articles. And why are institutes like WHO, CDC, and VIGIACCESS untrustworthy?

Published by Secretsofaidsebolafacts

We are three united medical writers from different backgrounds. Dutch Micro-surgeon/scientist & author Johan Van Dongen / Journalist & author Joel Savage, from Belgium and a German medical doctor & author Dr. Wolff Geisler.

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