A gathering of "vaccine safety stakeholders" ...WHO Global Vaccine Safety Summit
Tuning in to The HighWire each week is a good way to stay current on vaccine risk awareness issues. In Episode 145 which aired January 9, 2020, Del Bigtree shared several brief video clips from the 2019 World Health Organization (WHO) Global Vaccine Safety Summit, which took place December 2-3 in Geneva, Switzerland. Watch the clips from the gathering of "vaccine safety stakeholders" below. From what I could tell from these clips and additional coverage on the WHO website, the most important stakeholders of all -- parents who have lost a child to vaccines; victims and families living with vaccine injury; and those being mandated to vaccinate for education, work and other benefits -- were missing from the gathering.
Listen as "experts" discuss lack of vaccine safety science; problems with vaccine adjuvants; herd immunity; growth of the vaccine risk awareness movement; increasing number of healthcare professionals questioning vaccine safety; and more. It's a somewhat different message than the usual "vaccines are safe and effective" rhetoric. Share this information with others, and be a part of the movement to end vaccine ignorance.
W.H.O Chief Scientist Caught Lying to the Public
Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist at the W.H.O., addresses the world in a promotional video where she ensures the robust existence of effective vaccine safety systems and the overall safety of vaccines. Five days later, here is her diametrically different opinion behind closed doors at the Global Vaccine Safety Summit on Dec. 3rd, 2019.
A nine minute compilation of the above videos is available here.
Full video coverage of the 2019 WHO Global Vaccine Safety Summit, is available on the WHO website. Cllick here to view
(The above video clips are included in the Tuesday afternoon session)
Segment on the 2019 Global Health Summit begins at approximately
the 35 minute mark.
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