Get Vaccinated Or Else!
The Vendetta Against Health

Bette Dowdell

I read that the Massachusetts Senate passed a bill mandating vaccinations of all sorts. And if the good citizens of Massachusetts decline the honor, they get smacked with a $1000 a day fine.

Now, Massachusetts proudly passed socialized medicine statutes a few years back, so the Senators obviously think the fact of being elected to public office gives them the right to tell other people how to live their lives.

But politicians, never the sharpest knives in the drawer, often get it wrong. Mandated vaccinations provide only the latest example of governmental overreach.

Let’s look at this.

Vaccines have no science to back them up. While medicos proclaim their fidelity to evidence-based medicine, they can point to no science–as in none, zip, zero, nada– behind vaccines.

And while doctors condemn the slightest reliance on so-called anecdotal evidence in every other instance, that’s all they have to hang their hats on with vaccines.

Fact is, vaccines cause more damage than the diseases they supposedly protect against. For example, forty years ago, during the first swine flu scare–which turned out to be about pretty much nothing–hundreds of people suffered nerve damage and some died. In fact, more people died from the vaccine than from the flu.

You see, vaccines damage the hypothalamus, the tiny, lumpy-pancake-shaped organ attached to the base of the brain. The hypothalamus controls the endocrine system (the pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, pancreas, thymus, gonads, parathyroids, and pineal glands) as well as the nervous system. If you got the idea the hypothalamus is too important to mess with, you got it right.

But vaccines mess with the hypothalamus big time because they include excitotoxins, such as glutamate, which cause brain inflammation. Some people recover quickly; some people never recover. Autopsies show little holes throughout a damaged hypothalamus, little holes that prevent normal function.

You want examples? Autism is a brain-inflammation disease. Multiple sclerosis is, too. In fact, most auto-immune diseases include brain inflammation. Most nerve damage not caused by accidents traces back to brain inflammation, that is, damage to the hypothalamus.

People with auto-immune diseases such as MS, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. can’t afford the risk of vaccination–any vaccination. Forcing vaccines on them is criminal.

People fighting cancer can’t afford the health insult caused by vaccines, either. They’re in enough trouble already. What they need is help, not something to drag them down.

In fact, anybody fighting any sort of disease–heart disease, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer disease, auto-immune disease, autism, cancer, and all the rest–should avoid vaccines.

Especially the highly-touted flu vaccines. We do have scientific evidence about flu vaccines: they don’t work. They don’t prevent the flu, and they cause more deaths than the flu they’re supposed to protect against, as in the first swine flu fiasco.

Bottom line, forcing vaccines on the populace amounts to reckless endangerment. Here’s the science: Tetanus shots are unnecessary if you wash out the wound. Vaccines for childhood diseases cause more problems and deaths than the illnesses. Besides, having these childhood diseases creates a lifetime immunity against recurrence, which vaccines most certainly do not.

So why the big push for vaccines? Follow the money. Big Pharma makes piles and piles of money risking our lives with vaccines. And if doctors have a clue about what they’re doing to the hypothalamus every time they give a vaccine, Big Pharma money keeps them quiet.

And now the pharmaceutical industry has the Massachusetts Senate doing their health-damaging bidding. You have to wonder how much that cost.

All I know for sure is nobody’s read the research.

Bette Dowdell is not a doctor, nor does she purport to be one. She’s a patient who’s spent the past 30+ years studying, with great success, how to handle endocrine problems. Her best credential is that doctors tell her she’s doing ‘too well’ for somebody with pituitary problems. Subscribe to her free e-zine and get plugged in to her information at . If you’re dragging your patooty, and the doctor says you’re just fine, this is the place to get some answers. This is also the place to come if you want to keep up on the ways our health gets put at risk for profit.