• Doctors Are Puppets For Vaccine Manufacturers: 6 Examples

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    Pew released a report today detailing the extensive privacy concerns of Americans. The report, which surveyed a nationally representative sample, highlighted their skepticism towards both corporate and government data collection, Americans' enthusiasm for privacy, and Americans' need for more privacy protective tools.

    The study follows from previous polls showing the majority of Americans are deeply concerned about their online privacy and specifically concerned about the NSA's activities. In the newly released polls, Pew shows that close to eight in ten American adults are concerned about the government’s monitoring of phone calls and Internet communications.

    Manufacturers hide information from doctors about ingredients and conceal their sinister plans for vaccine production so that doctors will continue to feel comfortable recommending vaccines. Doctors have no possibility whatsoever of knowing the complete composition of vaccines, nor do health authorities – or, in fact, anyone else.

    1. Trade Secrets

    Some “GRAS” (acronym for Generally Recognized as Safe) substances are not revealed due to trade secrets. This includes many oils, including peanut oil.

    This is one reason why there are millions of people in the world who are allergic to peanuts and other vaccine ingredients.

    2. Dispensation from Labeling Requirements

    Incredibly, the presence of almost any substance may be concealed on the condition that manufacturers apply for dispensation to official labeling requirements.

    This exemption applies even to the presence of neurotoxic substances such as aluminium, which is included in many vaccines to stimulate immune response.

    Regarding concealment of the presence of aluminium …

    The survey also finds that security and privacy advocates need to provide more education about privacy tools. The study reveals that six in ten adults feel as though they “would like to do more” to protect the privacy of their personal information online. And nearly 70% of mobile Internet users and social media users polled “feel as though they ‘would like to do more' to protect the privacy of their personal information online.” These numbers are why we develop tools to encrypt your communications and fight back against advertisers.

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