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The shocking way vaccines drive toxins directly into your kid's brain

It’s become one of the hottest — and nastiest — debates on social media and media in general. Vaxxers vs. Anti-Vaxxers.

And regardless of where you stand on the issue, this might be the most important thing you’ve heard about it.

We’ve talked a lot about toxins in shots, like mercury and aluminum. And if that wasn’t enough reason for you to keep your sleeves rolled down and buttoned, this might very well change your mind.

Because this hidden vaccine ingredient could be taking all those other risky components and sending them straight to your brain.

Opening the ‘cell doors’
Right now, our kids are getting 49 vaccinations by the time they’re six years old.

Let me repeat that: Tots who have just graduated from kindergarten will already have had FORTY-NINE shots pumped into their tiny bodies.

We’ve heard a lot about what’s in those shots — things such as mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, pig fetal cells, and even human DNA. But what you haven’t been hearing about is another ingredient, one you’ll be told is so safe it’s even in your favorite ice cream.

And that’s polysorbate 80.

Remember the kids trying to pronounce it on that old Breyer’s commercial?

While the jury is still out as to whether polysorbate 80 makes that fudge sundae a toxic time bomb, we know a lot more about what can happen when it’s injected into your body.

Polysorbate 80 is what’s known as an emulsifier. It makes things that don’t ordinarily mix — like oil and water — close friends. And while it has been tested to some small degree in animals for inhalation and ingestion, it looks like no one at the CDC or FDA was very interested in finding out what might happen when it’s injected into us and our kids.

But others have. And what they discovered is about as scary as it gets.

Dr. Lawrence Palevsky, a pediatrician who has studied polysorbate 80, believes that this ingredient may be responsible for “viral, bacterial, yeast, heavy metal” and other vaccine components crossing our kids’ blood-brain barrier and making a bee-line straight into their brains.

And that’s not just a wild guess, either. You see, polysorbate 80 is one of the few chemicals that can “sneak” past the blood-brain barrier. And it’s added to medications for the specific purpose of doing just that. Some meds and chemo agents need to reach the brain in order to work. And they can, all because of polysorbate 80.

On top of that, the blood-brain barrier is especially weak and vulnerable, both when we’re very young and as we age. And that makes the shots that contain this polysorbate 80 even more dangerous than we thought. The short list includes:

  • DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough) — for both infants and children,
  • Two kinds of flu vaccines, one for adults and one for kids as young as three, and
  • The rotavirus shot (for babies as young as six weeks) and Tdap for children and adults.

Plus, polysorbate 80 is added to the pneumonia shots, Prevnar13 and PCV13 that are given to seniors.

And if all that wasn’t bad enough, polysorbate 80, which also goes under the alias of Tween 80, has a long list of other potential side effects such as reproductive and cardiac problems, changes in behavior, and…cancer.

That’s right, cancer.

That was found as a little PS in the material safety data sheet on polysorbate 80. It said “may cause cancer based on animal test data.” And that right there should have been enough to stop the FDA from approving it as a food additive.

But it hasn’t. So while this probable cancer-causing substance opens the ‘cell doors’ of our kids’ brains to the other toxic ingredients in vaccines, the medical establishment goes on demanding that dozens of these highly risky injections be given to them…before they’re six.

It isn’t safe enough to eat — and it certainly isn’t safe enough to shoot up to your brain.

The first thing to do is decline ALL vaccines that aren’t mandatory if they contain polysorbate 80. (I’ll pull together a full list and send it as soon as I have it.)

Next, we’ll be pulling together a petition for the CDC and FDA to remove it from all vaccines and the food supply. So look out for that as well.

Sources:
“Polysorbate 80: A risky vaccine ingredient” Rishma Parpia, January 5, 2016, The Vaccine Reaction, thevaccinereaction.org

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