Monday, March 30, 2020

Vaccines and autism: a new scientific review

Vaccines and autism: a new scientific review

For all those who've declared the autism-vaccine debate over - a new scientific review begs to differ. It considers a host of peer-reviewed, published theories that show possible connections between vaccines and autism.

The article in the Journal of Immunotoxicology is entitled "Theoretical aspects of autism: Causes--A review." The author is Helen Ratajczak, surprisingly herself a former senior scientist at a pharmaceutical firm. Ratajczak did what nobody else apparently has bothered to do: she reviewed the body of published science since autism was first described in 1943. Not just one theory suggested by research such as the role of MMR shots, or the mercury preservative thimerosal; but all of them.

Ratajczak's article states, in part, that "Documented causes of autism include genetic mutations and/or deletions, viral infections, and encephalitis [brain damage] following vaccination [emphasis added]. Therefore, autism is the result of genetic defects and/or inflammation of the brain."

The article goes on to discuss many potential vaccine-related culprits, including the increasing number of vaccines given in a short period of time. "What I have published is highly concentrated on hypersensitivity, Ratajczak told us in an interview, "the body's immune system being thrown out of balance."


There are those who say all vaccines are safe, those who say none are safe, and those in the middle some of who say we should eliminate the 3 in 1 MMR (Wakefield), some who say we need much more testing as you would think is already being done (it is not), and some who say (Peter Gotzsche) the flu and HPV shots are useless and dangerous.

The HPV for religious Jews is particularly ridiculous. HPV is a sexually transmitted disease. One has to weigh risk reward. And here are the risks:

Gardasil Ruined My Life #getversed

14-Year-Old Active Girl in Wisconsin Suffers Over 300 Seizures After Gardasil Vaccine – Doctor Refuses to Consider Gardasil Cause due to Fear of Losing Research Funding

Illinois Teen Dies Three Weeks After Being Injected with HPV Gardasil Vaccine

California Nurse Gives Gardasil Vaccine to Own Daughter who Develops Leukemia and Dies

Infant Accidentally Vaccinated with Gardasil – Mother Blamed for Vaccine Injuries and Baby Medically Kidnapped

The Happy-go-Lucky Girl I had Pre-HPV Vaccine is Gone Forever

Iowa Girl Faces Death: Life Destroyed by Gardasil Vaccine

Gardasil Vaccine Given without Consent and Ruins Life of 14 Year Old Girl

After 3 Years of Suffering 19 Year Old Girl Dies from Gardasil Vaccine Injuries

Gardasil: The Decision We Will Always Regret

15 Year Old French Girl’s “Descent into Hell” After Gardasil Vaccine – Wheelchair Bound and Paralyzed

The Gardasil Vaccine After-Life: My Daughter is a Shadow of Her Former Self

Gardasil: An Experience no Child Should Have to Go Through

I Want my Daughter’s Life Back the Way it was Before Gardasil

Gardasil Vaccine: Destroyed and Abandoned

15-Year-Old Vaccinated by Force with Gardasil now Suffers from Paralysis and Pain

Recovering from my Gardasil Vaccine Nightmare

Gardasil: We Thought It Was The Right Choice

“HPV Vaccine Has Done This to My Child”

13 Year Old World Championship Karate Student Forced to Quit After Gardasil Vaccine

If I Could Turn Back Time, Korey Would not Have Received any Gardasil Shots

What Doctors Don’t Tell You: Our Gardasil Horror Story

Family Fights U.S. Government over Compensation for Gardasil Vaccine Injuries

Gardasil: When Will our Nightmare End?

HPV Vaccine Injuries: “I Cannot Begin to Describe What it is Like to Watch your Daughter Live in Such Agony”

Gardasil: Don’t Let Your Child Become “One Less”

The Gardasil Vaccine Changed Our Definition of “Normal”

Gardasil: I Should Have Researched First

“They’ve Been Robbed of Their Womanhood” – Local Milwaukee Media Covers Gardasil Vaccine Injuries

Gardasil: The Day Our Daughter’s Life Changed

Gardasil: The Decision I will Always Regret

Gardasil Vaccine: One More Girl Dead

Gardasil: A Parent’s Worst Nightmare

After Gardasil: I Simply Want my Healthy Daughter Back

Gardasil: My Family Suffers with Me

Gardasil Changed my Health, my Life, and Family’s Lives Forever

Gardasil: Ashlie’s Near-Death Experience

Gardasil: My Daughter’s Worst Nightmare

My Personal Battle After the Gardasil Vaccine

Gardasil: The Worst Thing That Ever Happened to Me

A Ruined Life from Gardasil

HPV Vaccines: My Journey Through Gardasil Injuries

The Dark Side of Gardasil – A Nightmare that Became Real

Toddler Wrongly Injected with Gardasil Vaccine Develops Rare Form of Leukaemia

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Sunday morning in a kindergarten class in Beit Shemesh

Sunday morning in a kindergarten class in Beit Shemesh

It’s a regular morning in gan. Thirty little girls daven, eat breakfast, and bentch. Then, just before ten o’clock, their teacher, Raizy, calls for their attention; “Today, we have a special program, she tells the girls. It’s going to be really exciting! A special guest is coming into our class today and she’ll be here in just a few minutes!”

Thirty little girls wait in anticipation until finally, at the appointed hour, the door to their classroom opens to admit their guest. Noa walks in, full of smiles, and looks around the room, noting the brightly-colored posters, the pictures of tzaddikim, the Shabbos tish in the corner. Looking closely, one might discern the cynical, mocking gaze in her eyes, but nobody is looking that closely.

Raizy breathes a silent sigh of relief as she notes that Noa is basically dressed in a tzniusdig fashion, albeit to minimal standards that are far below those of the families of the girls in her class. It could have been worse, she thinks to herself. And if it had been worse? She prefers not to consider that possibility.

Noa is holding a cardboard box, and now thirty pairs of eyes are fixed on it intently as their guest opens it to reveal... a bunny rabbit! A real, live rabbit! How exciting! Most of the girls are eager to gather round and take a closer look; those who shrink back are encouraged to overcome their fears.

This is a new program planned by the Education Ministry, designed to help children to overcome their fears of animals. Sounds good, no? Raizy also thought so, until she heard that the Ministry didn’t trust her to run the program. Rather, they were demanding that only a qualified teacher introduce her class to the animal world, which meant that someone of the Ministry’s own choosing would appear in her classroom, every single week for a whole semester, and run the program herself.

The school was promised that the Ministry’s representative would be dressed suitably for a Chassidishe girls’ school, and Raizy hoped and davened. Would Noa somehow blend into their classroom, or would she ruin the carefully cultivated, sheltered, and heimishe atmosphere that the teachers labored so hard to create? Only time would tell...

The weeks passed, and each time Noa came equipped with a different animal in a cardboard box. The children were loving the program and Raizy had become more-or-less accustomed to Noa’s regular visits. One week, however, no cardboard box accompanied Noa when she knocked at the classroom door and walked in. Instead, she was holding one end of a leash, and at the other end pranced a lively, frisky dog.

A few girls screamed; some shrank back in horror; others clustered around the teacher in fright. Raizy herself had to hide her feelings of fear and disgust as she hurried to calm her girls.

Noa smirked. “This is a most important part of the program”, she told Raizy. “We got the children used to rabbits, chickens, and even a frog, a dog is just another kind of animal.”

But despite Noa’s reassuring words, the dog wasn’t playing along. Instead of sitting calmly in a corner, ready to be petted, it started sniffing around the room and then running around wildly in circles. It was all Raizy could do to keep the girls from fleeing the classroom; instead, she managed to sit them down in a corner and then tried to reason with Noa.

“Please, you can see that the girls are not ready for this kind of... exposure. They are frightened, and I don’t think that they’re going to get over it in just one short hour. I really hope it won’t be a traumatic experience for them. Perhaps you could cut this week’s session short?” She begged.

Noa’s eyes narrowed, “I am an official representative of the Ministry of Education, you won’t tell me what to do!” She exclaimed. “This week’s session will continue as planned.” She grabbed the dog and put her back on a leash, before turning to the thirty white faces.

“Girls, we have to understand the feelings of the poor little doggie”, she began to lecture...

Finally the session ended, and Noa departed with the dog in tow. Raizy did her best to distract the girls from the events of the previous hour, all the while dreading what the girls would tell their parents when they got home that afternoon.

As soon as the girls had left, Raizy headed to the Menahel’s office. Nervous, yet feeling a sense of responsibility to her girls and their parents, she outlined the events of the morning, expecting to be reassured that matters would be taken into hand.

The Menahel listened, a grave expression on his face. I have to think about this, he said finally. Please do not discuss this with anyone until I decide on a plan of action.

Next morning, a notice was passed around all the classrooms of the kindergarten, summoning the teachers and their assistants to a meeting later that morning. At half-past-eleven, the eight women filed into the room and took their seats.

“I am sure you are all aware of what happened yesterday in Miss Shwartz’s classroom”, the Menahel began. “I am here to tell you that if I hear that anyone, and that means any one of you repeats the events to any of the parents of the girls, that person will find herself that very day without a job to return to.”

Stunned, the teachers returned to their classes, but at the end of that morning, Raizy tendered her resignation. She could not continue to work in such an atmosphere and betray her responsibility to her young charges.

This is a true story, with only the names of Noa and Raizy having been changed. It is known to have happened in one school in Beit Shemesh. Who knows where else other Noas are infiltrating our children’s classrooms and contaminating their pure chinuch?

the Sentry

Friday, March 27, 2020

may not have been detected through lack of statistical power in the original studies

At the 2019 World Health Organization Vaccine Safety Summit, Stephen Evans, BA, MSc, Professor of Pharmacoepidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine stated,

Adjuvants multiply the immunogenicity of the antigens that they are added to, and that is their intention. It seems to me they multiply the reactogenicity in many instances, and therefore it seems to me that it is not unexpected if they multiply the incidence of adverse reactions that are associated with the antigen but may not have been detected through lack of statistical power in the original studies.

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Trouble without the Torah

"Why was the Torah given to Israel? Because they are impetuous.... The laws of these are like fire, for had not the Law been given to Israel no nation or tongue could withstand them." Talmud, Beitzah, 25b

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Do we really know that Coronavirus is serious?

From Oct 1, 2019 to Feb 1, 2020, 12,000 - 30,000 people died from the flu in the US. The flu is a respiratory disease. The CDC estimates that 31 million Americans had the flu and 210,000 to 370,000 flu sufferers were hospitalized because of the virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the flu kills 290,000 to 650,000 people per year around the world. The mortality rate of the flu is around .1%, meaning 1 in 1000 people who get it die.

As German pulmonologist Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg explains, there are around 100 types of viruses that virologists track and they are changing every year. Virologists test for the ones they have tests for. Normally, 7-15% of viruses are coronavirus, which is also an acute respiratory disease. Coronavirus is not a new disease. People die from it every year.

So in China in the city of Wuhan, which is a huge city with millions of people, they have resperatory illness sufferers. Doctors ran a few tests on a small group of less than 50 people and found a new variant of coronavirus. All the test shows is that it's a different variant. Normally, you have to be very careful with these kinds of findings, look at them very thoroughly to see what you have, see how severe it is, how damaging, how many recover from it. But Chinese virologists 

The test for this virus is new and its reliability not confirmed. Also, when people die, you have to try to figure out if they died from the virus. Many were in intensive care for other things and died while having the virus but that doesn't mean they died from the virus. All of this takes time to sort out. But in this case, there has been a rush to action and all the proper research has not been done. 


Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Eating is a mashal

We spend so much time eating. One hour after a meal we already are thinking about the next meal. Why is the world made this way? We need Hashem for everything. The earth has to spin at this exact speed or we fall down. The sun has to be exactly as far away from the earth as it is or we burn or we freeze. Our ears have to work just right so we keep our balance. Our neighbors have to be civilized. But we take all that for granted. Eating was made obvious so that we learn the lesson that all is from Hashem and apply it to everything else. There are many brochos surrounding eating but there could have been on everything, like breathing. Eating is representative. When we obey Hashem's will that's like making a bracha on everything else.

Randomized Clinical Trials for Vaccine Safety, Efficacy and Effectiveness by Rene F. Najera

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A pro-vaxx article that gets into more detail. I don't care for the statement that there are devious intentions in raising the question of why placebo's aren't use much anymore as this is a reasonable question. Whenever you portray the opposing side as sinister, you undermine your own credibility and what tends to follow is a lightweight argument. Nevertheless, there are worthy details here; although much of it is propaganda. By that I mean it has the usual fixation on the polio vaccine of 70 years ago (it's not so simple and the industry has become corrupted since then) and the Danish study on MMR.


Some of the misinformation regarding vaccines includes an argument that vaccines have not been tested against a saline placebo in a double-blinded randomized clinical trial. This misinformation is aimed at confusing the wealth of evidence regarding the safety and effectiveness of immunizations. In this blog post, we will explain what a blinded randomized clinical trial is, when this study design has been used in the development of immunizations, and why it is not used as often anymore.

What Is a Randomized Clinical Trial?

First, we need to understand what goes into running a double-blinded randomized clinical trial (RCT). In such a trial the group of participants is randomly assigned into either a control group or an experimental group. This assignment is completely at random, and the people going into either group are not aware of what group they’re in. The researchers also do not know what group the participants are. The intention behind this is to obtain experimental and control groups that are similar to each other in every way, such as age, gender or ethnicity.

Saturday, March 21, 2020

A positive association found between autism prevalence and childhood vaccination

A positive association found between autism prevalence and childhood vaccination uptake across the U.S. population.

Delong G. Department of Economics and Finance, Baruch College/City University of New York, New York, New York, USA.


The reason for the rapid rise of autism in the United States that began in the 1990s is a mystery. Although individuals probably have a genetic predisposition to develop autism, researchers suspect that one or more environmental triggers are also needed. One of those triggers might be the battery of vaccinations that young children receive. Using regression analysis and controlling for family income and ethnicity, the relationship between the proportion of children who received the recommended vaccines by age 2 years and the prevalence of autism (AUT) or speech or language impairment (SLI) in each U.S. state from 2001 and 2007 was determined. A positive and statistically significant relationship was found: The higher the proportion of children receiving recommended vaccinations, the higher was the prevalence of AUT or SLI. A 1% increase in vaccination was associated with an additional 680 children having AUT or SLI. Neither parental behavior nor access to care affected the results, since vaccination proportions were not significantly related (statistically) to any other disability or to the number of pediatricians in a U.S. state. The results suggest that although mercury has been removed from many vaccines, other culprits may link vaccines to autism. Further study into the relationship between vaccines and autism is warranted.

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Israeli virologist urges world leaders to calm public, slams ‘unnecessary panic’


‘People think this virus is going to attack them all, and then they’re all going to die,’ says Prof. Jihad Bishara. ‘Not at all. In fact, most of those infected won’t even know it’

A leading Israeli virologist on Sunday urged world leaders to calm their citizens about the coronavirus pandemic, saying people were being whipped into unnecessary panic.
Prof. Jihad Bishara, the director of the Infectious Disease Unit at Petah Tikva’s Beilinson Hospital, said that some of the steps being taken in Israel and abroad were very important, but the virus is not airborne, most people who are infected will recover without even knowing they were sick, the at-risk groups are now known, and the global panic is unnecessary and exaggerated.
“I’ve been in this business for 30 years,” Bishara said in a Channel 12 interview. “I’ve been through MERS, SARS, Ebola, the first Gulf war and the second, and I don’t recall anything like this. There’s unnecessary, exaggerated panic. We have to calm people down.

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

So what's really going on here?

The coronavirus hysteria shows us the power of the medical establishment. 6,000 deaths and they are shutting down the world. Meanwhile, 1.2 million die a year in car accidents and they don't shut down the roads.
Per statistics, number of worldwide deaths, Jan-Feb 2020:

2,360 : Coronavirus
69,602 : Common cold
140,584 : Malaria
153,696 : Suicide
193,479 : Road accidents
240,950 : HIV loss
358,471 : Alcohol
716,498 : Smoking
1,177,141 : Cancer So what's really going on here? In Israel less than 500 people have the virus. In a typical year, two dozen people in Israel will die from the flu, another respiratory disease. The mortality rate for the flu is .1% of people who get the flu This means around 24,000 people in Israel get the flu each year. So we have shut down the country when 500 people have developed this virus over three months when its numbers pale next to those of the flu. There are no reported fatalities from the coronavirus in Israel. 2 people are in serious condition.
So what's really going on here? Now the fatality rate appears higher here. 6,000 deaths from 200,000 people worldwide. That's 3% which is much higher. But is it enough to shut down the world? Every year about half a billion people get the flu. Some more interesting info. Each year about two dozen children die from the flu in the USA. From the CDC: The overall vaccine effectiveness (VE) of the 2017-2018 flu vaccine against both influenza A and B viruses is estimated to be 40%.