Do Vaccines Cause Disease & Autism - Are There Unborn Babies In Vaccines? Tinfoil Tuesday Unwrapped
Do vaccines cause disease?
First let's talk about toxicity
This is information from the National Pesticide Information Center which is a government controlled facility that is a cooperative agreement between Oregon State University and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The agency states the following information about toxicity with potentially dangerous chemicals:
Infants and children are more sensitive to the toxic effects of pesticides than adults.
An infant's brain, nervous system, and organs are still developing after birth.
When exposed, a baby's immature liver and kidneys cannot remove pesticides and chemicals from their body as well as an adult's liver and kidneys.
With that in mind, the fact that an infant is more susceptible to dangerous effects from chemicals and pesticides - we have to question why infants are so heavily inundated with these potentially dangerous chemicals including heavy metals and cancer causing formaldehyde.
An excerpt from back in 2003 and since then there have been human cells used in the production of other vaccines according to the CDC vaccine ingredient checklist. So with that in mind, let's read that excerpt.
Vaccines currently produced using human cell lines that come from aborted foetuses
To date, there are two human diploid cell lines which were originally prepared from tissues of aborted fetuses (in 1964 and 1970) and are used for the preparation of vaccines based on live attenuated virus: the first one is the WI-38 line (Winstar Institute 38), with human diploid lung fibroblasts, coming from a female fetus that was aborted because the family felt they had too many children (G. Sven et al., 1969). It was prepared and developed by Leonard Hayflick in 1964 (L. Hayflick, 1965; G. Sven et al., 1969)3 and bears the ATCC number CCL-75. WI-38 has been used for the preparation of the historical vaccine RA 27/3 against rubella (S.A. Plotkin et al, 1965)4.
The second human cell line is MRC-5 (Medical Research Council 5) (human, lung, embryonic) (ATCC number CCL-171), with human lung fibroblasts coming from a 14 week male foetus aborted for "psychiatric reasons" from a 27 year old woman in the UK. MRC-5 was prepared and developed by J.P. Jacobs in 1966 (J.P. Jacobs et al, 1970)5
So morally, is it right to inject the DNA of aborted fetuses into the bodies of infants and toddlers?