On Feb. 19, 2020, Pediatrician Dr. Larry Palevsky spoke to the Connecticut House Public health Committee on myths and facts of vaccines. He made some disturbing allegations.
:49 ~ Vaccines do not protect the vulnerable, nor do they reduce the chances of spreading germs to others, and they don’t make the virus disappear from the body.
1:51 ~ There are more children who don’t develop protection from the vaccine than are actually un-vaccinated in the state of Connecticut.
2:09 ~ Vaccinated children and adults can still spread germs.
3:30 ~ Vaccines cause brain inflammation that in turn causes various issues
4:30 ~ Aluminum in vaccines is in the form of nanoparticles, which are capable of entering the brain and staying there for many years. Alzheimer’s is directly related to aluminum in the brain. Vaccines are designed to cause inflammation.
7:00 ~ The ingredients in vaccines create molecular mimicry that brings on autoimmune conditions. It’s just not true that vaccines are safe.
9:00 ~ Studies of the brains of autistic people show higher levels of aluminum. In vaccines, the aluminum nanoparticles bind to polysorbate-80, which is intended to send the material away from the injection site and into the brain. Detergent is used to disrupt cell membranes so that anything can pass through the cell walls and into the brain. Aluminum nanoparticles can destroy mitochondria and change the way the cells remove waste and inflammation.
18:20 ~ Vaccine ingredients have never been tested for mutagenicity (mutations in the DNA) or carcinogenicity (cancer).
19:24 ~ Un-vaccinated children are unanimously healthiest
21:33 ~ Vaccination doesn’t guarantee immunity.
22:10 ~ We’re assuming that the only people carrying the germs that we have to worry about are the un-vaccinated, and it’s not true.
The testimony continues with a discussion around the effects of the flu shot on pregnant women in potentially causing miscarriage. In all cases of damage that’s clearly linked to vaccination, responsibility of the drug manufacturer and the vaccine itself is always denied.