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The vaccine establishment has a horrible conundrum. It desperately wants everyone to voluntarily buy its for-profit vaccine products, but it has failed to convince everyone that its products are safe and effective... or even necessary in many cases.
The problem is made even worse by the fact that the products themselves really aren't as safe and effective as we've all been told. Flu shots still contain mercury, a neurotoxic heavy metal. Some vaccine inserts still admit they are backed by no clinical trials. The U.S. government really has quietly paid out nearly $3 billion in compensation awards to families of children who were irrefutably damaged by vaccines. A top CDC scientist really did confess to taking part in scientific fraud at the CDC, covering up data linking vaccines to autism.
These facts are irrefutable. So the strategy of the vaccine industry -- and its obedient media fanatics who have utterly forgotten what it means to ask an intelligent question -- has been to withhold this information from patients.
The thinking is that if patients can be isolated from the truth that vaccines aren't as safe and effective as they've been told, then they might be easily manipulated into buying them. Above all, withholding accurate information from the public would at the very least prevent people from asking uncomfortable questions about vaccines... questions that might lead to catastrophic disclosures for the vaccine industry (such as scientists testifying before Congress about research fraud).
Under the iron fist of corporate-run vaccine fanaticism, the questioning of medical dogma cannot be allowed. So the strategy remains one of "reality control" by attempting to aggressively manipulate all the information the public sees and hears about vaccines in order to construct a false reality that only the more illiterate members of public really believe.
A blatant violation of A.M.A. code of ethics
This very tactic is, according to the American Medical Association, a gross violation of fundamental medical ethics.
"Informed consent is a basic policy in both ethics and law that physicians must honor," the A.M.A. says on its Code of Ethics page.
This statement is also found in the AMA's published book, Code of Medical Ethics, on the bottom half of page 269.