In this informative and powerful video, of a presentation that took place on Mother's Day 2015 in Berkeley, CA, you'll hear four intelligent, articulate women share their knowledge, experience and personal stories about the dangers of vaccines. Dr. Tina Kimmel, former Research Scientist for the CA Dept. of Public Health’s Immunization Branch, and head of the Personal Belief Exemption Program, explains how approval of the Hepatitis B vaccine for newborns was based purely on profit. The panel makes a strong case for opposing CA SB277, which was signed into law on June 30th; however, the information presented is of importance to all. Scroll down for information on each panel participant.
The full version of the presentation which includes a Q&A appears below.
Tina Kimmel, PhD, MSW, MPH is on the Green Party of Alameda County’s County Council. She was a Research Scientist for the CA Dept of Public Health’s Immunization Branch, and the head of the Personal Belief Exemption program.
Christina Hildebrand is a market researcher with a degree in Statistics and modeling. She also owns a Weston A Price based food delivery service in the Bay area. Over the past 10 years she has conducted over 7000 hours of research on vaccines, including consulting with many leading vaccine researchers, in a quest to understand the reality rather than the hype of vaccines. She now believes SB277 would violate parental rights, because if there is a risk, there must be a choice. Christina will be talking about the history of mass vaccination and diseases, the change in vaccine schedules over the years, as well as the ingredients in vaccines, and how they need to be greener and less toxic.
Terry Roark is an East Bay native and surviving parent of a vaccine injured child. She advocates for informed consent and vaccine choice. A long time volunteer with both The National Vaccine Information Center and ParentalRights.org. She will share her son’s tragic story — of vaccine injury as an infant, his lifelong suffering with severe autoimmune disease and his death at the age of 39 — to honor him this Mothers Day.
Samsarah Morgan, DD Cht- is a mother, grandmother, birthworker and counselor in Oakland, CA. As an educator she has recently been asked to present on infant and maternal mortality, and is alarmed at the data showing increased adverse effects suffered by African American boys who have received vaccinations.