In his attempted rebuttal of my letter on vaccines, (“Follow vaccine facts,” Feb. 24), Ed Cobleigh states vaccines are not a big money maker for big pharma and that generic drug companies run them from expired patents. Wrong/distorted.
He mentions lead as being the danger in vaccines, which was removed decades ago. He mentions nothing about mercury, still part of these drugs. He says big pharma money was never involved, even indirectly, in validation tests, etc. And he calls my arguments weak?
First off, I mainly raised questions in my letter, stemming from years of studying corporate manipulations. I said “think about it,” meaning investigate for yourself, not claiming to have absolute knowledge. Exactly who funded what and when are not the only factors, although they’re important. The intense loudness of powerful interests clamoring to support existing vaccinations is suspicious on its face, given still active objections to them and the bad history of the DEA.
You want facts — I urge all to go to http://www.drdavidwilliams.com and find the March 2015 issue of “Alternatives Newsletter” (Vol. 18, no. 3).
The lead article, “Vaccine Safety Questioned Again” will give you all the facts you need.