As the VAXXED Nation Tour continues, members of the military, injured by vaccines they were ordered to get, are coming forward with their stories. In the first video below, a former combat army medic turned military whistleblower shares a powerful story of how she discovered that vaccines made from animal protein (including flu, tetanus and anthrax) were causing serious harm to soldiers. She then shares what happened after she reported that discovery to her captain and why she can no longer keep silent.
"Gulf War Syndrome is a reaction to the vaccine shot of anthrax into the body when a soldier is not compatible with animal made protein vaccines."
" . . . I was treating a soldier who was given the diagnosis of Gulf War Syndrome, he was a young soldier . . . he had never left the states but was charged with Gulf War Syndrome
and he never left the state of Georgia . . . "
“ . . . we’re not even told what the vaccine is. As a medic, my job was not to ask questions. My job was to vaccinate . . ."
The military and our government have known about the dangers of vaccines for many years as reflected in the documentary, "Direct Order" which focuses on the link between Gulf War Syndrome and the Anthrax vaccine. Listen as military veterans and their families tell their stories. Then take time out to watch the documentary "Direct Order."
First released in 2003, Direct Order is a powerful, award winning documentary by Scott Miller (narrated by Michael Douglas) that tells the story of members of the military who were ordered against their will to receive the controversial anthrax vaccine.
"I'd rather have caught a bullet from an AK 47 than gotten injected with this stuff.
At least I would have known what my fate would have been."
Federal regulators approved a plan by biotechnology company, VaxGen to test its experimental anthrax vaccine on about 100 people. The human volunteers were injected with the experimental vaccine to see if it’s safe and produces the desired immune response. VaxGen was awarded a $13.6 million federal contract to begin work on the anthrax vaccine. The company applied for two more anthrax vaccine contracts. The contracts were awarded for advanced testing and manufacturing of 25 million doses. In the last few years, a number of published studies have linked anthrax vaccination to the development of Gulf War Syndrome, among them a study in the British medical journal The Lancet. Hundreds of soldiers have refused the shots after evidence emerged that the vaccinations are connected to a variety of illnesses.