Friday, December 18, 2009

Computer Generated Cartoon Peddles Dangerous Vaccine in Kansas

Kathleen Sebelius’ HHS has teamed up with Kansas governor Mark Parkinson to push the H1N1 vaccination on children in the state. In order to convince parents to get their children injected with the vaccine, the government has released a series of slick PSAs, including one featuring Parkinson and “Sid the Science Kid,” a character from the computer generated show on PBS produced by Jim Henson Productions.

In September, only 40 percent of parents said they would get their children vaccinated with the experimental drug. Among parents who do not plan to get their children vaccinated about half are worried about possible side effects of the vaccine.
“Vaccinations are the best way to protect our children from the H1N1 flu,” Parkinson declares in the PSA. “I say that not just as a Governor, but as a parent. The Department of Health and Human Services has done a great job of making H1N1 vaccines available throughout Kansas, but now it’s up to us to make sure our kids are vaccinated.”
Neither Parkinson or the animated character mention the fact the Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline vaccines are experimental and were not approved by the FDA. Earlier this year, the U.S. and Canada skipped all of the normally required safety and efficacy procedures and allowed for the massive testing of the novel adjuvant vaccine on thousands of paid clinical trial participants.
Numerous doctors have warned about the dangers of the H1N1 vaccination. In late September, Dr. Kent Holtorf told Fox News the vaccine would contain high levels of the adjuvant squalene and he advised against taking it. In August, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen told Russia Today scientists involved in creating previous vaccinations told family and friends not to take the H1N1 vaccine...

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