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While the effectiveness of vaccinations has been commonly accepted, there are many questions that need to be answered. Those that dare to ask questions regarding them seem to face an almost inquisition-like response, with hails of Witchcraft and the spewing forth of hatred and vitriol.
Why is this? What is the harm in asking questions regarding this issue? What makes this one topic so sacrosanct, compared to all other issues?
Why are there ingredients in the vaccinations that are KNOWN to act as neuro-toxins?
Why do we KNOW there are injuries from these, yet the industry claims they are “safe and effective”?
Why have we seen increasing rates of autism, at the same time of increases in vaccinations?
These and more will be asked, and we will try to seek the answers, in this episode of Open Eyes.
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