FUCK the American Academy of Pediatrics

September 5, 2017

I am flipping furious.

I don’t know about you, but I used to believe that the pediatricians’ professional organization the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), whose professed motto is “dedicated to the health of all children,” actually cared about the health of children.

Even when it became clear that many of its recommendations were misguided at best, I could still convince myself that someone at the top genuinely thought they were doing the right thing.

With its latest recommendation, however, the AAP has made it crystal clear that whatever their agenda is, it has nothing whatsoever to do with promoting children’s health.

In an August 28 piece by Dr. Elizabeth Barnett, the AAP called for the administration of the hepatitis B vaccine to all newborns weighing more than 2,000g (4.4 lbs.) within 24 hours of birth.

The reason given for this is that approximately 1,000 of the 4,000,000 infants born in the U.S. every year are at risk of contracting hepatitis B at or near birth, almost exclusively due to the fact that their mothers are hepatitis B positive. That corresponds to a rate of 1 in 4,000, or a mere 0.025% of newborns who are even at risk. And according to CDC’s own records, the actual number of perinatal hepatitis B infections in the United States as late as 2015 was a whopping 37.

Yes, you read that right: 37 out of 4,000,000 babies born in 2015 contracted hepatitis B at or near birth. That corresponds to a rate of less than 1 in 100,000 newborns or 0.001%.

That fact shouldn’t be too surprising though, because even back in 1990—before the vaccine was recommended for all infants on the day of their birth—the rate of acute infection was less than 1 in 50,000 children aged 0-4. Even if you raise that number by a factor of 10, assuming that 90% of cases are chronic and not acute, you still get less than 1 in 5,000 with most cases concentrated in populations that were well-known to doctors, hospitals, and the CDC.

I feel so much safer now, don’t you?

The AAP justifies the ridiculous extremity of vaccinating everyone’s children, regardless of hepatitis B status, on the day of their birth with the fact that approximately 90% of infants who contract perinatal hepatitis B would go on to develop chronic hepatitis B infections in the absence of treatment. That chronic hepatitis B in combination with cirrhosis (much more likely with high levels of alcohol consumption) could put those children at significant risk of liver cancer someday.

In other words, the AAP is telling us we all need to vaccinate our newborns immediately to keep them from being among the 33 infants per year who could drink themselves into liver cancer someday.

Whew! Thank God we dodged that bullet, eh?

For those who don’t know, hepatitis B is transmitted through sexual contact and contact with infected blood, which means that infections are generally limited to healthcare workers, people who share hypodermic needles when injecting drugs, people having unprotected sex with multiple partners, and the sexual partners of all of the above. Children appear nowhere on that list. In other words, if a child’s mother is not a hepatitis B carrier, there is virtually no risk that the child will contract hepatitis B until adolescence at the earliest (and even that was highly unlikely in the days before the vaccine). In fact, transmission of hepatitis B is so unlikely in a school setting that children who are hepatitis B carriers are allowed to attend school.

But let’s not stop there. CDC and the AAP know that hepatitis B vaccination is less effective in infants than in older children and adults, thereby requiring additional doses to achieve “immunity.” CDC and the AAP also know that for many this immunity will wear off by adulthood, making it less likely to protect an adult who actually is engaging in risky behavior.

Some practitioners have been known to suggest that a child needs the vaccine in the unlikely event that the child will require a blood transfusion at some point in time. Those practitioners are apparently unaware that donated blood is screened for hepatitis B. According to WebMD transfusion-related transmission is “extremely unlikely,” and according to UpToDate.com, which contains organized clinical content by leading physicians, “it is extremely rare for hepatitis B to be spread through blood transfusion or organ transplantation.” The NIH itself says that the risk of a transfusion tainted by hepatitis B is about 1 in 205,000, approximately 0.0005%, of all blood transfusions.

As justification for this change in AAP policy on hepatitis B vaccination, Barnett noted

ACIP [CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices] recommended a birth dose of HepB vaccine in 2005, but the recommendation contained permissive language that allowed practitioners to delay this dose. The decision to delay can be made correctly only when the mother is known to be . . . (uninfected) by the time of the infant’s birth. Therefore, the birth dose of HepB vaccine is a critical safety net for infants born to infected mothers when the mother’s results are not obtained, are misinterpreted, are falsely negative, are transcribed or reported inaccurately, or are not communicated to the infant care team.

I find it interesting that this recommendation includes some butt covering in the event that the mother’s results “are misinterpreted” or “falsely negative.” And just who is doing the misinterpreting if not the very hospital personnel you are relying on to treat your baby properly? And from what I can tell, misinterpretation is more likely to result in false positives than false negatives.

So what about when “the mother’s results are not obtained”? The AAP already recommends that hospitals identify hepatitis B-positive mothers before delivery. Will there be mothers whose hepatitis B status cannot be verified by the time the child is born? Certainly. But as current statistics indicate, it is exceptionally unlikely that the average woman will be at risk of hepatitis B infection and not know it. A responsible mother should be able to determine the risk level for herself.

In any event, the new policy guidelines include the recommendation that infants of women of “unknown hepatitis B status” be vaccinated within 12 hours of birth and recommends a dose of HBIG (hepatitis B immunoglobulin) within 7 daysWhy does that recommendation differ from the general recommendation? Because in order to effectively prevent perinatal infection, vaccination should occur in those 12 hours and be followed by a dose of HBIG. Having a different recommendation for the babies of mothers who are hepatitis B-negative, is essentially admitting there is no need to vaccinate the child at all, much less in the recommended 24-hour window!

Now let’s take a quick look at the possible risks of a birth dose of hepatitis B vaccine, especially for the approximately 3,999,000 infants born every year who are not at risk of contracting hepatitis B and thus can derive no benefit from it. A 2007 study found that odds of requiring early intervention services for developmental disabilities were nine times greater in boys who had received three doses of hepatitis B vaccine than in boys who had received zero. A 2010 study found that boys who received the birth dose of hepatitis B had a threefold risk of autism when compared with boys who didn’t. A 2004 CDC study conducted by Thomas Verstraeten was reworked a number of times to get rid of the strong association between early high Thimerosal exposure and adverse neurological outcomes. An early analysis (and the one that made the most sense) found that when the group with the highest exposure at one month of age (virtually all of whom would have received hepatitis B vaccine at birth) was compared with the group with no exposure, the autism rate was 11.35 times higher. And that was just one of several negative outcomes that was associated with early high Thimerosal exposure (others included sleep disorders, ADD, and developmental delays). A dose dependent relationship between early injection of Thimerosal and risk of developmental delays was confirmed by a 2016 study of nearly 50,000 children. An especially damning peer-reviewed 2009 primate study published in the prestigious journal NeuroToxicology, indicating that a single weight-adjusted dose of hepatitis B vaccine at birth resulted in significant neurological dysfunction, was withdrawn after the publisher was pressured to do so.

People argue that even if Verstraeten’s early analysis was accurate and neurological dysfunction is much more prevalent in children who receive early high doses of Thimerosal, “they took the mercury out a long time ago.” Mostly true. However, it is impossible to know from these studies whether the Thimerosal was the sole reason for increased risk or whether some other factor associated with the Thimerosal administration—such as the aluminum in the vaccines for instance—contributed to or was even entirely responsible for the large effect. Unfortunately, due to the fact that this result was suppressed (and discovered only through a Freedom of Information Act request), appropriate follow-up studies were not conducted. And in the Danish study on Thimerosal conducted by fugitive Poul Thorsen, which is often pointed to as “proof” that Thimerosal doesn’t cause autism, the inclusion criteria for autism cases was changed midway through the study period, completely invalidating any conclusions that were made.

At this point in time, all hepatitis B vaccines licensed in the United States contain aluminum adjuvants, adjuvants that have been associated with a dizzying array of negative effects including autoimmunity, allergy, and microglial activation in the brain (inflammation) of the type that is characteristic of a high percentage of autism cases. If you’re interested in the negative effects of injected aluminum adjuvants on the body, VaccinePapers.org and the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute have compiled a great deal of information on the available research.

If CDC really believed that hepatitis B vaccination isn’t causing autism, they could easily use the best data they have in the SEED (Study to Explore Early Development) project (which contains the health records of 1200 children, including 800 confirmed cases of autism) to demonstrate that, but they’re not. In fact they’re not looking at any of the vaccination data at all.

I find it interesting that neurological conditions that begin in the first 24-hours of life are conditions that look like they were there “from birth,” don’t you?

Given that the autism rate currently stands at 1 in 68 thirteen-year-olds, has been rising dramatically for the last two decades, and that the official line is that “we still don’t know” what causes autism or why that rate is rising, it is unconscionable to continue to promote a blanket policy of vaccinating all newborns with an aluminum-containing vaccine, when it is fairly easy to identify the 1 child in every 4,000 who could potentially derive a benefit from such vaccination.

According to the CDC the average price for pediatric hepatitis B vaccine is about $23 in the private sector. That means that we are needlessly vaccinating 3,999,000 children a year at an annual cost of nearly $100,000,000 for the birth dose alone. And that cost doesn’t begin to account for the huge costs—both human and economic—associated with any induced chronic health condition.

The ONLY justifiable change to hepatitis B vaccine policy for newborns is a MORATORIUM on administering it to infants born to mothers who are not infected by hepatitis B.

The new AAP policy—doubling down on their previous recommendation by strongly recommending that doctors vaccinate all newborns within the first 24 hours of life—directly contradicts the idea that physicians should “first, do no harm” and constitutes a huge FUCK YOU to the parents and children of the United States.

Worried about your children’s neurological function?

Well, FUCK YOU.

Worried about the high rates of autism, ADHD, and anaphylactic food allergy in this country?

FUCK YOU TOO.

Worried about how we’re going to pay for all the therapies, treatments, and services for all the special-needs students we already have?

FUCK YOU!

Parents and pediatricians, you are the only ones who can turn this nightmare around. You must realize that you are on your own. The AAP has sold you out, and your children’s health is completely up to YOU.

Take back your agency, and tell the AAP to go FUCK ITSELF.

~ Professor

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83 Responses to FUCK the American Academy of Pediatrics

  1. Brad Call says:

    Looks like DOCTORS (this work spoken with mocking in my voice) aren’t as smart as they would have us believe. We are just not buying it any more.

  2. Brad Call says:

    Are you saying it is not vulgar? Of course the well-being of our children is infinitely more important. These two subjects are not mutually exclusive. I come to this site because I am encouraged and impressed with what you do and I come to learn so I may be a force for good. I approach parents, youth, anyone who I think may heed a warning. I am in this cause full-strength. I have spent about 2,000 hours studying this subject in the last five years and your site is one source. I want to be well-prepared to be able to sway public and private opinion on vaccine injury. I am grateful for who you are and what you do and for your sacrifices and I mourn for your injured children. The verbiage is a minor concern but just not my style. Could I do better than you have done in your great article? Not at all. Please know that I am your supporter and mean no offense to you . Best regards, ~brad

  3. Tal pomeroy says:

    I will be getting 5 vaccines over the coming weeks. I have had a kidney transplant and survived 3times as my transplant docs said that I would.

  4. Chris says:

    So, how does a hep B jab cure hepatitis in babies whose mother’s actually do pass it to their children? Is there something in this shot that addresses the actual infection? If they’re born with it AND get the vaccine, then what?

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      The virus does not take hold immediately. It is transmitted at birth. The HBIG shot is immunoglobulin meant to immediately counteract the vaccine while the child’s body is learning to create its own antibodies. This is why the recommendation differs for children born to mothers who test positive than mothers who test negative.

  5. ProfessorTMR says:

    For everyone who asked for a version of this blog WITHOUT a particular word that people find offensive, I have published a version that is word for word the same except the title and the replacement of the offending word with “f%#&.” Please share it everywhere you can.

    It can be found here: http://thinkingmomsrevolution.com/american-academy-pediatrics-kids-f/

  6. Ron Whitmont says:

    Brilliant article. Thank you for posting this. I see you stopped short before listing more damage caused by the Hep B vaccination related to autoimmunity:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22235045

  7. Brad Call says:

    This is not rocket science. Great article, but I would not forward it, as is. There is a very simple solution. Sanitize it yourself and send it on. How difficult is that?

    • Shelley says:

      Why does anyone need kid gloves. Just because there are expletives used does not take away from the core of the message. Great article, period.

      • Kristi Rowe says:

        Shelly, it’s not that some us need ‘kid’ gloves, it is more complicated than that. For some of us this is a religious issue. I’m not standing in judgment of others who do not join my faith beliefs…I’m not. I’m guilty myself of having said words I wish I hadn’t, but having the knowledge that the Bible has a lot to say about our words and speech, it becomes a moral dilemma. Bottomline….yes, I worry about sin. I want to speak the truth but not sin. There, I said it. I know to actually say outloud in our incredibly secularized society that I believe in sin and actually am concerned, is scoffed an ridiculed. But hey, I would rather do that than anyone say I have to have ‘kid gloves’. I’m an autism mom. Autism Mom’s are tough as nails. There is huge difference between sin and sensitivity. If you want to ridicule me, I would rather be ridiculed for my faith than for being a all sensitive and delicate. I’m not.

    • Kristi Rowe says:

      I don’t know how to ‘sanitize it’ while preserving the links. I tried to copy and paste it and take out the profanities but you lose the links. If you could help me know how to do that, I would appreciate it.

      • Brad Call says:

        Looks like it actually is rocket science. Thanks to the professor, he has made an alternative edition. Anyone can use vulgar language. That takes no intelligence. It takes skill to roast someone thoroughly like Winston Churchill often did with wit and intelligence. I am no prude. I can handle it, trust me. But, really, would you like to hear your children use vulgar language like that? And what it mean, really? How would you actually copulate with the AAP? It hurts our cause to take the low road.

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        No, it’s not “rocket science.” It’s having access to the website. And I am not a “he.” As our site’s name suggests, the majority of people who blog for us, myself included, are mothers–mothers who care a LOT more about our children’s health than whether or not they use “vulgar language.” Most of them are grateful that their children can use language at all, since we all know so many that can’t. I ran the original title of this post by our board before posting it. Apparently, they agree with those who believe that if you more offended by the language contained in this post than by the behavior of the AAP, then you are missing the point.

        I’m astounded by how many people say some version of “great article,” then take me to task for not using their preferred language. If you (or they) can do it better, Brad, by all means do so. I’ll be happy to share it on the TMR Facebook page.

  8. Rob says:

    The American Academy of Pediatrics is a private for-profit corporation ‘doing business’. You can refuse to CONtract with them by simply declining their offer to CONtract.

    The AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS and the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FAMILY PHYSICIANS are not health advocacy organizations. They are trade associations-corporations (listed on Dun and Bradstreet) that are head-quartered in the STATE OF ILLINOIS and the STATE OF KANSAS respectively, whose monetary compensation from the vaccine manufacturers contributes to the ‘fiscal’ health of their corporations.

    Sources:
    https://parentsaganinstmandatoryvaccines.net/ten-little-known-facts/

    https://parentsagainstmandatoryvaccinesdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/ten-little-known-facts1.pdf

    • An actual doctor says:

      AAP is non profit. You’re all a bunch of quacks.

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        It’s true that the AAP is a “not for profit” organization, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t rake in big bucks, like Autism Speaks, for instance or that it has to use those dollars in any sort of benevolent activity. It IS a professional organization that takes money from GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Merck, & Sanofi Pasteur, as well as formula companies (no wonder they don’t stress the importance of breastfeeding in their recommendations, eh?), and Pampers. If you are in fact “an actual doctor,” I would hope that that fact would bother you because as far as the children of this country are concerned, it represents a CLEAR conflict of interest. And if it doesn’t bother you, why doesn’t it bother you? Every one of those pharmaceutical companies has been involved in huge-scale litigation that has exposed unethical business practices making it crystal clear they have exactly zero concern for the welfare of the consumer even when they DON’T enjoy liability protection (as they do when it comes to childhood vaccines).

        https://www.aap.org/en-us/about-the-aap/corporate-relationships/Pages/Friends-of-Children-Fund-President%27s-Circle.aspx

        I find it amusing that ONE commenter makes an incorrect statement and that somehow justifies a generalization that includes “you’re all,” and that generalization is “quack.” I don’t see Rob claiming any sort of medical skill, pretended or otherwise. You, on the other hand, have claimed to be a doctor and we have no way of knowing if that’s true. You could be a “quack” for all we know.

  9. F*CK F*CK F*CK says:

    Quite frankly, if you read this and decided that the language demanded more of your attention than the content, then the gravity of the situation obviously hasn’t pierced your bubble quite yet. Go look up some more studies, more stats, pour your tea down the drain and hold on to your ass, because you obviously haven’t swallowed the hard stuff yet.

    Corruption. Greed. Deception. A giant “FUCK YOU” from the US of A to your beloved little ones and you’re standing there with your hands over your mouth, appalled over soliloquy.

    Let she who actually reads this damn blog cast the first comment stone.

    Signed,

    A Christian who lets people say FUCK.

  10. Jenny says:

    People complaining about 4 letters arranged into the word “Fuck” –in the meantime babies are dying or being maimed. Let’s get fucking offended about that.

    • Hans Litten says:

      Agreed , bad language is the least of our problems .
      and quite frankly there aren’t any extreme enough expletives in the English language that I know of that truly capture the desperation of the situation. The most astounding fraud of all time called vaccine.

    • Jennifer says:

      Spot on, Jenny.

  11. Sarah says:

    Thank heavens someone is just as pissed off and just as educated about the whole thing as I am. This whole situation is fucking infuriating beyond compare.

    My son HAD autism. He had a vaccine injury and I’ve been able to use biomedical interventions to heal his body to the point of healing his mind and his ability to function in this world. No allopathic doctor was able to point me in the direction of chelation, chinese herbal medicine, an enzyme protocol and an amino acid protocol. They could only suggest poison to keep my kid healthy.

    I just can’t fathom that a government can mandate ANY product that lists ON THE PRODUCT ITSELF that it can KILL. I just can’t even.

    I personally live in California where vaccines have been mandated and I can’t wait until my children are old enough to be denied entry into public school. This is when I’m going to sue because the law is a hate crime. My children are being denied their civil rights protected by the California State Constitution on basis of our religious beliefs of not mixing blood as it says EVERYWHERE in the bible. This isn’t about not using modern medicine, we just don’t want to use any product that mixes any kind of DNA with our children’s DNA. So, this is a religious belief. And a hate crime is when someone prevents you from enjoying your civil rights based on your race, age, skin color, and religious beliefs, etc. If more parents started to think this way, we’d have a whole army of people who KNOW this is bull. The law needs to be repealed. And when it is we will set a precedent for the whole state and country to follow. It’s only a matter of time. Either more kids are going to get sick and more parents are going to get FUCKING PISSED OFF and actually DO SOMETHING, or I’m going to do it for them.

    What is it they say? Well-behaved women rarely make history? Yeah. I won’t go down without a fucking fight.

  12. Audrey Wilson says:

    I love this! Three cheers from California! The Hep B vaccine at birth was the door to the rabbit hole for me. Why they give it to all newborns is beyond explanation. Thank you for writing with facts AND passion. It IS time someone told them to FUCK off. This is serious business. These are our children. This is the future of our country.

  13. A says:

    The “2010 study” link just takes me to a list of vaccines and ingredients- can you please share the look no to the study? I am interested in reading it. Thank you!

  14. Carol Ann says:

    Oh gosh, all of the people complaining about a well placed F bomb seriously need to switch to decaf.

    I whole heartily agree, FUCK the AAP!

  15. nhokkanen says:

    Circumstances dictate language choice.
    To get attention, strong language is often necessary.

    AAP’s profit-first vaccine policies are injuring and killing our children.
    They’ve crossed the Rubicon… but a headline using that analogy doesn’t get read.

    Parents need to be shaken out of their pharma-compliant stupor.
    Now is not the time for people who know the corruption to find excuses for retreating.

  16. Paula says:

    Sharing now! No apologies needed. I am completely disgusted by the lack of “give a shit” that the media and so called healthcare providers give to all the people damaged by the insane number of vaccines perpetrated on our children. I am done with political correctness and in line with those who seek justice for our kids.

  17. Cindy says:

    Usually I frown on profanity in commentary like this. But there’s always an exception to anything, and in this particular case I believe this language more than fits the topic. When I read the AAP decision a few days ago I was hyperventilating, I was so angry. We aren’t even giving babies a chance these days. THIS is why the U.S. has one of the worst infant mortality rates in the world! And there’s no reason for it except to feed the pockets of Pharma and anybody who’s taking Pharma’s money (think free trips to conventions and sponsorships at those conventions). And you know what? I admit, I let loose so many FUCK YOUs that I don’t remember how many I counted. I don’t even think there’s a good enough foul word left in the dictionary to describe what these low-life are doing. So thank you. Indeed, there are no other words left but FUCK YOU PHARMA, AAP, CDC, ACIP and anyone else pushing these vaccines on innocent children.

  18. Angel says:

    I 110% support the use of profanity. Everyone wanting to be nice,calm, and professional about EVERYTHING is what leads our kids to slaughter. There isn’t a nice way to say that someone is murdering children. MY children were assaluted knowingly; I dont take this lightly and yeah…FUCK EVERYONE INVOLVED. Sometimes it doesn’t matter how you’re going to be percived, you just need to say something uncensored and that is OK. Not everything needs to be shared or read by everyone. I’ve encountered more evil assholes talking bullshit lies “properly” (with a smile) than I care to ever comment on. Yes Professor, fuck those fucking fucks.

  19. Shawn Siegel says:

    🙂

    I see your FUCK the AAP, and raise you a FUCK vaccination; a FUCK the incredibly foolhardy idea of injecting disease matter alone – discounting for the moment the insane list of accompanying neurotoxic, carcinogenic and otherwise noxious chemicals – as though it were a rational approach to disease prevention, or better health in any way.

    More on topic, Hep B in the mom isn’t necessarily a threat to the newborn child, since in natural childbirth there typically are no open wounds on the infant, and no thinking mom’s going to agree to the vaccine anyway, when the top 8% of the most frequently reported reactions to the Hep B vaccine include cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, encephalopathy (brain damage) and encephalitis (brain inflammation).

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      Shawn, do you have any info on the “open wounds” risk in childbirth? I haven’t seen that cited anywhere as the primary cause of perinatal infection, though it seems logical.

  20. Shelley Tzorfas says:

    For those concerned about a Word-Just change the “F” to a “D.” I read that 1 in 11 children born in 2011 now have autism.

  21. Jamie says:

    I would love to share this important information with all my friends, but the crude, foul, language prevents that. Why do you keep shooting yourself in the foot?

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      😀 😀 😀 Apparently, Jamie, you haven’t read the other comments OR my other blogs. As noted on many other comments, I have REPEATEDLY written blogs on the subject of vaccine safety with ZERO profanity–it is not my style to use profanity–and those blogs have often gotten much less attention than this one is getting. Ironically, that seems to be especially true of people who say that they don’t use profanity, have not read my previous blogs, and yet are somehow reading THIS blog (some even implying that by doing this for the first time I somehow “keep shooting myself in the foot” :-D). Clearly, I am reaching a different audience, and I am perfectly willing to “change it up” in order to reach that audience.

      • Lujene G. Clark, MA, LMT, MLD/C says:

        But it is primarily getting attention from those with vaccine-injured children. Of course, they are okay with the profanity. We are as angry as you but that is NOT your target audience. How many people WON’T see this or take it seriously because of your stubborn refusal to tone down the profanity? You are shooting yourself in the foot. I have physicians, nurses, attorneys, work colleagues, children and church friends on my fb, twitter and Instagram…I CAN’T share the profanity-laden version. You may not care who judges you by your vulgarity but many of us do. The message is vital but the profanity detracts from both the message and your credibility. Please reconsider.

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        There can be no blog on this subject coming from a site such as ours (labeled as “anti-vaccine” virtually everywhere) that is NOT going to primarily get attention from those who are already on our side, whether their children are vaccine-injured or not. But if we can induce those people to actually READ and SHARE the blog, it WILL get more attention from others. And as there are a number of people reading and commenting on THIS blog who have not commented on or shared a vaccine-related blog from us in a long time, if ever, it strikes me as highly unlikely that my “stubborn refusal to tone down the profanity” is causing fewer people to actually read it.

        And I’m curious as to how you think I could get the same point across WITHOUT the profanity?

      • Ruth Bowen says:

        Love it!! It’s like when my children won’t listen to me and I have to raise my voice. Some people just need to be a little rattled and if it takes profanity then so be it.

  22. susan welch says:

    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you! This is a brilliant article and, although I do understand that people are upset by the language, in this case I feel it is entirely appropriate. We have had enough of the lies, manipulation and corrupt propaganda put out by Governments, Health authorities and media and there is a breaking point when remaining polite just doesn’t express how we feel.

    They are endangering the lives and futures of children and our anger at this – and the damage they have already afflicted – is being pushed to breaking point.

    So, thank you again. I will be tweeting this with no apology for language.

  23. Diane Shears says:

    Well said! I will share. Thank you, ProfessorTMR!

  24. Tim Lundeen says:

    Couldn’t agree more. Profanity is quite an appropriate response to the current “health” business.

  25. Kristi Rowe says:

    One of the best articles I’ve seen yet on this topic. I’m going to share it with my VAXXED group that I administer for our town. I have to say this however, I may lose members due to the F word which would be a travesty because I am in a HIGHLY populated and super pro vaccine area. We need to keep our members. I live in the Bible belt. Of course I know that a word is not more important than the health of our children, and I never want to swallow a camel and choke on a nat. But there is also the realization that the Bible has a lot to say on our speech and our tongue. I don’t want members to miss the information or feel like they are compromising their faith walk by being in the group. Is there any possibility of an alternative article which deletes the profanity? I only ask, not to control others speech, but only because this article is important and excellent and I want it read and shared. My members won’t share if with the profanity. I am certain of that and I’m concerned they won’t even read it as is. Thanks for considering this request

    • Becky says:

      I ditto Kristi’s request. I totally get the passion, but feel the message will be lost on too many. When we have critically important information to share – of which we are very passionate – we must purposefully try to tone down. Toning down does not weaken our case, it actually strengthens it because we give room to the audience to understand and draw their own conclusions. I’ve been reading Crucial Conversations: Tools for talking when stakes are high, and they address this specific circumstance – dialogue when you are extremely passionate and knowledgeable in chapter 7 pages 119 – 140. “Of course this isn’t easy. Backing off when we care the most is so counterintuitive that most of us have trouble pulling it off. It’s not easy to soften your language when you’re positive about something. And who wants to ask for other views when you know they’re wrong?”… “When it comes to our strongest views, passion can be our enemy.”…”Our thoughts shoot out of our moths like water out of a raging fire hydrant. And guess what – others become defensive. When this happens, when our emotions turn out ideas into a harsh and painful stream of thought, our honest passion kills the argument rather than supports it.”

      I have a lot of respect for you Professor. I also abhor the statements made by the AAP. I believe all thinking people will understand. However, there is a huge majority of people that need to wake up. I would love it if you could write a piece targeted specifically at that group. 🙂

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        What people seem to be missing is the fact that I have presented this message “toned down” many times (and many similar ones), and it is virtually ignored. I have written a whole slew of blogs with ZERO profanity on the subject of vaccine dangers. (Seriously, just click on the “For more by Professor” at the bottom of this post and you can see.) This post is getting MUCH more attention than most of those have gotten. In fact, the very people saying that “I don’t use profanity” are READING this post and seem unaware that I have presented similar “toned down” information in the past. Why is that do you think? If it takes profanity to get some people’s attention, I am by no means above using it.

      • Diane Shears says:

        It’s working, Professor. I’m off to Twitter to share!

      • Spartan Team TMR says:

        Always so thorough and conscise .. I agree the profanity is needed sometimes , especially when you are in the game a bit and continue to see children get vaccine injured year after year after year . Then the autism rates rise and rise and rise and people’s biggest concern is profanity ? I wish when my first son was born I had this article to read so I would have woken the eff up , instead of having the Hep B vaccine administered to him , he have severe jaundice and losing his ability to nurse etc . It was just the beginning of our little Journey down the rabbit hole called “Autism ” . I didn’t learn this until he was almost 3 and I am in an office trying to figure out how to save his life and the physician at the time says “Look here his Hep B vaccine def has contributed “… thus began my three year journey to healing my poor baby , his toddlerhood stolen . So yeah a little F bomb sometimes is what’s needed ! Thank you for being you

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        You’re welcome! And thank you for the “concise”! I sometimes feel like I must be the exact opposite. 😉

    • Kristi Rowe says:

      Didn’t see an option to edit my remark. Just making a correction to my comment for the sake of accuracy. I am not in a highly POPULATED area, I am in a highly VACCINATED area. Our populous is about 40,000 and I am guessing we are at 99% childhood vaccination rate here. My daughter was the ONLY child in her elementary school with a vaccine exemption. So you can understand my concern about losing ANY members to our tiny group when there is almost no interest to start with in this area. I am walking a fine line. A PG version would be helpful in circumstances such as ours.

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        I do totally understand, Kristi. I know there are a lot of people who are truly on their own. I may consider a “PG version,” but I’m not at all sure it can convey the extent to which the AAP has sold us out.

    • Mary says:

      I agree. I would share if there was no profanity. Great article but I immediately question credibility when I see the f word.

  26. Erin says:

    You’re on fire today professor. 🙂 I watched the hearing recently held by the health committee with Dr. Boyle representing the CDC. I can’t seem to find any follow up on that, and never knew the results. CDC whistle blower admits to CDC cover up, but it comes as no surprise that the story was never touched via mainstream media. Virtually no news station would touch it. The gentleman who came forward announced that he would testify before congress if need be. Yet we hear very little about it. Any follow up details on all of this? Great post! You’re a pistol today! 🙂

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      Thanks, Erin! There has been VERY little follow-up to Dr. Boyle’s congressional testimony. Rep. Darrel Issa was concerned about the topic, but he has since resigned as the Chairman of the House Committee on Government Oversight. There was a subcommittee hearing in which Thomas Insel, former head of the NIMH and the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee, reassured the representatives present that everything was hunky-dory in autismland on his watch. We all know THAT’S untrue. There was also a congressional hearing on “vaccine-preventable diseases” following the Disneyland measles outbreak that was clearly intended as propaganda to pave the way for vaccine mandates across the country, despite the fact that the Disneyland measles outbreak was driven largely by previously vaccinated adults, not non-vaccinated children, and that the overall measles case count for the U.S. was fairly typical and measles has subsequently been declared “eliminated” in the entire Western hemisphere (obliterating the argument that “measles is coming back” for any reason whatsoever). This is the blog I wrote about lies told during that hearing: http://thinkingmomsrevolution.com/top-10-lies-told-during-the-vaccine-preventable-diseases-hearing/

  27. ellie says:

    Please watch Del Bigtree, co-producer of VAXXED, as he delivers with all of his usual passion a big F.U. to John Oliver, and unravels, one-by-one, every wrong assumption John Oliver makes, and they are all wrong! (Seriously, are people putting their authority in a comedian???)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igx83myg4WY

    People upset by profanity: Do your inner work. Ask yourself why you’re resisting profanity? You may understand why people resist the truth about vaccines! One of the greatest tactics of Big Pharma (the global elite, the predator) is to cause division and polarization. (This is rampant lately throughout our culture, if you haven’t noticed). We have to stand together INDIVISIBLE, for our children, regardless of semantics! Be the change! Be revolutionary!

    • Lisa says:

      Thank you for sharing that. It was so well done. Doubt John Oliver would bother watching even if heard of it, though. Would cause too much cognitive dissonance.

  28. Carolyn Coughlin says:

    My newborn son, born with a 9 Apgar, ended up in the NICU in 2001 due to this useless Hep B vaccine, and my results were negative and they knew it. THen they put him on IV antibiotics for 3 days due to not knowing what was wrong, or admitting it was the Hep-B, thus messing up his gut forever.
    However, yes, please do another PG version redo it with the title “F*** the AAP” or something similarly save and then we can share it! That said, the AAP is obscene to deeply harm so many children. For profit.
    So my son had to fight his way through baby alzheimers and gut pain and fog, robbed of his babyhood and childhood, so someone could make a $ more in stock. But everyone go to ARI and Generation Rescue: We have recovered him and you can too. At a very high price that is worth every penny. But only because parents spoke out and we stopped his shots at 18 months. Otheweise I fear he woudl be lost forever, and that’s why I speak out. My child can laugh and joke and attend school because parents spoke out about what happened to their children. They risked ridicule to tell me the truth. That’s why I speak out now. And believe me, I understand your anger. Very good article, very good analysis.

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      Thanks for your story, Carolyn. Though I know it’s hard to speak out, real life examples make the whole thing much more immediate for some people.

  29. Ticamom says:

    I’m right there with you! I kid you not, I’ve had on my mind for several months now a blog post with F*ck in the title too. Sometimes things are just that bad. Thank you for the excellent piece and your tireless efforts.

  30. Homeactivist says:

    I agree with the anger. But I do not use profanity, and I don’t want my child seeing either. Also, it makes the article unprofessional, and easy to dismiss. If you can get the author to say the same thing without the profanity, I will share it.

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      I am the author, and I have said the same thing repeatedly without profanity. I (and my colleagues at TMR) felt that it was time for profanity.

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      You might want to take note that MY language included “flipping” in the first paragraph and “butt covering” in a later paragraph. But the only way to convey the utter disdain the AAP has for your children’s health was to use profanity, and lots of it.

  31. Helene Christopher says:

    I am flabbergasted at this Hep B recommendation! Those brand new babies are getting bombarded with toxins right from the start. Totally FUCKED UP!!! What pisses me off is that late night talk show hosts like Bill Oliver, Seth Myers, Jimmy Kimmel are all on the pro-vaccine bandwagon, and very forcefully so I may add. Maybe Robert DeNiro will be more vocal against them. He did, under pressure, withdraw VAXXED from his film festival but when I heard him on interviews he said he thinks there might be something to the link between autism and vaccines.

    • ellie says:

      Please watch Del Bigtree, co-producer of VAXXED, as he unravels, one-by-one, every wrong assumption John Oliver makes, and they are all wrong! (Seriously, are people putting their authority in a comedian???)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igx83myg4WY

      People upset by profanity: Do your inner work. Ask yourself why you’re resisting profanity? You may understand why people resist the truth about vaccines! One of the greatest tactics of Big Pharma (the global elite, the predator) is to cause division and polarization. (This is rampant lately throughout our culture, if you haven’t noticed). We have to stand together INDIVISIBLE, for our children, regardless of semantics! Be the change! Be revolutionary!

      • Helene Christopher says:

        Thanks I will watch the Bigtree link refuting Oliver. And for the record, I actually went out of my way to read this article because of the passionate title.

    • Yvonne Aileen says:

      Agreed. But 70% of network advertising revenue comes from Big Pharma. I choose no TV.

      • Andrea Mercier says:

        Yes, that is disgusting and it should be illegal but it is allowed. Choose no cable television or network that supports these commercials. Pharmaceuticals and vaccines hurt my son. GMO’s and sometimes metal dyes are in pharmaceuticals. We have to stand against everything that supports corruption.

    • Andrea Mercier says:

      These talk show hosts are either A. Paid to say these things B. Forced to say these things to keep their jobs C. Complete morons who did not do their homework D. Never took the time to read the science and blindly follow whatever is “fed” to them as true and do not have the intellectual capacity to understand and do not understand what it means to be discerning of information. E. They are completely clueless in there lives about the real issues going on all over the world and are too ego high to look into it. F. They are too comfortable in their celeb everything is funny bubble.

  32. Liz says:

    As much as I agree with you and I hate them, I can’t share this, because of the title. I would love to share this on my news feed. You speak a lot of truth, and you are as mad as every parent with an injured child. My son is on total disability because of his vaccine injury from military vaccines. He is 36 and has Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome, which is hell. He can’t work because he never knows when he will have an episode and will be violently throwing up until he ends up in the ER. I wish I could share this.

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      I absolutely understand. In this case, though, the AAP policy amounts to a huge F.U., and I couldn’t pretend that it didn’t. And sometimes it can be even more impressive to people when someone who usually uses restrained language posts something like this saying, “I usually object to profanity, but I have to admit she has a point.” 😉

    • Andrea Mercier says:

      Liz- That is awful and I know it happens. When I read honorable discharge I always wonder if that person driving that car was vaccine injured and I wonder if they even know that they are. I have wittnessed a few military veterans who appear as though they have suffered brain damage, others who suffer in other ways due to the changes that occur.

  33. Hans Litten says:

    The exact same criminal policy has just been adopted here in the UK .

  34. B says:

    WOW! Get on the VAXXED BUS!

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