A worldwide study of people’s perspectives of different elements of science has revealed the growing scale of doubt in vaccines in Europe. Only 50 percent of people in east Europe believe that vaccination is safe, compared to a global average of 79 percent. France had the greatest level of wariness with only 33 percent blindly believing in the global vaccine market – which is expecting total revenues of more than $60 billion next year.
Vaccination and the media
Despite the 92 percent of people saying that they had their child vaccinated, cases of infectious diseases like influenza, swine flu, hepatitis, tuberculosis, diphtheria, ebola, and meningococcal and pneumococcal diseases have been increasing. Heidi Larson, director of the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine says that social media is responsible for the rise in awareness, however, Pinterest recently banned any anti-vaccination posts as it is considered to be “misinformation”.
The first Wellcome Global Monitor survey which gauged the attitudes of 140,000 individual’s from all over the world, indicated clear connections between people’s doubts in doctors, nurses, and scientists and their confidence in vaccines. Seeing as vaccines are created by the same multi-billion dollar corporations that created one of the best selling drugs ever, viagra, the link in distrust makes sense.
Countless incidents from grief stricken parents around the world show the grim truth of what harmful vaccines are doing to children. Numerous cases from autism to complete paralysis have been documented, but the scientists and corporations who receive their paychecks from the companies who make the vaccines, will persistently tell you that vaccination is safe. As awareness of the dangers increase, more and more people are waking up to the reality of the profit driven industry. Among many other harmful ingredients, most vaccines contain aluminum, which is well known to have severe negative effects on an individual’s health in even the tiniest amounts.