From Dr Viera Scheibners Shaken Baby Syndrome: The Vaccination Link. Published in Nexus Magazine. INTERESTING TO SAY THE LEAST……
Many infants who suffer the so called “shaken baby syndrome” may be victims of undiagnosed vaccine damage.
There has been an “epidemic” of the so-called “shaken baby syndrome” recently. Parents, usually fathers, or other carers such as nannies and childminders have increasingly been accused of shaking a baby to the point of causing permanent brain damage and death.
While investigating the personal medical history of these babies based on the care-givers’ diaries and medical records, Dr Scheibner quickly established that these babies were given 1 or more of the series of so-called routine shots-hepatitis B, DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus), polio and HiB (Haemophilus influenzae type B) – shortly after receiving these, they developed symptoms of illness resulting in serious brain damage or death.
Did you know, vaccines like the pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine are actually used to induce encephalo-myelitis (experimental allergic encephalomyelitis) in laboratory animals (Levine and Sowinski, 19735). This is characterised by brain swelling and haemorrhaging of an extent similar to that caused by mechanical injuries.
Weirdly enough, when lab animals develop symptoms of vaccine damage and then die, it is never considered coincidental – but when children develop the same symptoms and/or die after the administration of the same vaccines, it is considered coincidental or caused by their parents or other carers. When all this fails, it is considered “mysterious”.
Convulsions follow one in 1,750 doses of the DPT vaccines, and can result in unexplained falls in bigger children who can sit up or stand, which may cause linear cracks of the skull and other fractures.
Babies are meant to receive a minimum of 3 doses of DPT and OPV (oral polio vaccine), therefore the risk of developing a convulsion is one in 580. With 5 doses the risk rises to one in 350! This means a great number of babies develop convulsions after vaccination between the ages of two to six months, at about 18 months, and at five to six years. The convulsions often occur when the parent or carer is not looking, and the child, while standing or sitting on the floor, simply falls backwards or onto its arm. All these signs can be misdiagnosed as a result of mechanical injuries, particularly so because vaccinators simply DON’T WANT TO admit vaccines cause serious injuries
The courts should therefore be far more open to the documented viable and alternative explanations of the observed injuries, and be more wary of the obviously biased statements of the provaccination “experts”, that nothing else but vigorous shaking can cause retinal haemorrhages-even though such statements only reflect their ignorance.
To read the full article, follow the link Shaken Baby Syndrome: The Vaccination Link
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