Alex and YOU                                                              5-15-2017

                     Alex Jones. Ever heard that name?  If not, you have missed one hell of a lot of fun. 

                      How about  "Infowars"?  LOL!  Alex Jones is the Founder and Moderator of the Radio and You Tube Show called InfoWars that far too many Americans have spent precious hours watching and listening to since the first Obama election. Jesse Ventura, the former wrestler and politician who sued the wife of hero Chris Kyle, was a frequent guest on Jones' show. The show was entertaining and dangerous at the same time. Conspiracy Theories abounded and the gullible among us bought every word and twisted suggestion. 

                      From the theory of the Illuminati being "Lizard People" to the FEMA trains being in Albany, every outlandish scare tactic known to man and many that aren't, were discussed and promoted by Alex Jones. Some of the things he actually went out and investigated have yet to be proven or disproven, such as Jade Helm's true agenda and the stacks of plastic coffins in rural fields. Most of what he offered his followers was nothing but sheer B.S, still there are those who started digging bunkers after listening to Jones. 

                       Recently, Jones has been getting some payback for his False Flag stories that were all aimed at Conservatives. His wife is divorcing him and he had to fight like hell for the right to share custody of his children. Painted as a Lunatic Tin-Hatter, Jones had to make a choice. Give up his secrets about his show, or forfeit his kids.  He chose the kids, thank goodness. So the story came out that Jones' character on his show was simply that, a Character. He was fully aware that the majority of what he reported was bunk and that his outrage on-air was an act. Hey, the guy got RICH!

                       Few Judges would have allowed the Infowars character to have custody of children, so he came clean. Or so he SAYS. I have my doubts that he was ever acting at all. I am convinced that he is every bit the card-carrying lunatic he appeared to be all along. At least he is sane enough to want to see his children and was willing to make the mature and responsible choice. No one will miss Infowars.

                        People like Alex Jones are a danger to truth in America. We all know that the Liberal Mainstream Media lies, twists, and omits news, controlling information and thought every, single day. The last thing we need is a so-called Conservative following suit!  Even some of the Fox News people are A-Holes and cast a poor light on the rest of us who want the FACTS. There are idiots in every group, party, and organization. 

                         There ARE plenty of alternative news sites that offer factual information and even more PEOPLE who have witnessed or been forced to take part in things that are abominable, who will gladly relate their experiences.  You have to CARE enough to LOOK for Truth, because it is now considered a BAD thing and is carefully hidden. For instance, here is just one small example. 

                           How many of you have seen the TV ads about the kids who allegedly got cancer because Mom and Dad failed to get them their HPV Vaccine? It's a horrible ad that guilts parents who avoid this immunization.  Yet there are reports after reports from legitimate medical personnel and studies, that have proven the extreme dangers of Gardasil. The death toll is staggering and the permanent injuries and disabilities are even more common. The side effects of this medicine are terrifying, but you will NOT hear about this on the news or from your doctor. YOU have to SEEK the information from reliable sources, and the CDC is NOT reliable. Who do THEY work for? Not YOU. 

                        Follow the money, always. Big Pharma is making billions from this vaccine and from pushing it on our kids by making their parents feel like BAD moms and dads if they fail to get their kid innoculated! I am posting a few articles below that are just the tip of the iceberg. Notice the CDC refuses to be honest, but a Canadian Newspaper and the Washington Times tell it like it is. Look up how many teenagers have died or been permanently disabled after receiving the HPV shot. You will think twice about allowing your teen to receive this vaccine. I HOPE!  

                   In the coming days and maybe weeks, we are going to look into these things and many others that are so hotly debated, and often, totally ignored. We can research TOGETHER.  It is important to seek truth and to open eyes to the Devil-May-Care attitude of our government.  You must understand that YOU do not MATTER. It is up to YOU to look out for yourselves and your families. 

                   TOMORROW:  School Budget Vote. VOTE NO !!!!!!!

                    Wednesday: Planning Board re: Dunkin Donuts. 7:30 p.m at the Town Hall.

From the CDC:

Have serious problems been reported after people receive HPV vaccines?

Nearly 90 million doses of HPV vaccines were distributed in the United States from June 2006 through March 2016. Most of CDC’s HPV vaccine safety monitoring and research has focused on Gardasil because this vaccine has accounted for 87% of HPV vaccine doses distributed in the United States. From June 2006 through March 2016, about 79 million doses of Gardasil were distributed in the United States. During the same period, VAERS received 33,945 US reports of adverse events following Gardasil vaccination. There have been 232 US VAERS reports of adverse events following Cervarix (with 720,000 doses distributed) since licensure through March 31, 2016. VAERS has received 1,447 reports of adverse events following Gardasil 9 since licensure through March 31, 2016. About 10 million doses of Gardasil 9 have been distributed in the United States. Any medicine or vaccine can cause adverse events, and (as with any vaccine or medicine) it is difficult to determine whether or not the HPV vaccine caused a particular adverse event.

Which adverse events are considered “serious”?

An adverse event is defined by law as serious if it is life threatening or results in death, a persistent or significant disability or incapacity, congenital anomaly or birth defect, hospitalization, or prolongation of existing hospitalization.

In the VAERS reports, the most frequently reported symptoms overall were: fainting; dizziness; headache; nausea; fever; and pain, redness, and swelling in the arm where the shot was given. Of the reports to VAERS, 7% were classified as “serious.”  About 14% of the VAERS reports were not related to health problems, but were reported for reasons such as improper vaccine storage or the vaccine being given to someone for whom it was not recommended.


Gardasil linked to deaths and disabilities after young girls vaccinated: Toronto Star investigation

 Gardasil , Hpv  , Toronto Star

TORONTO, February 13, 2015 ( -- Since its introduction in 2007 in the U.S. and Canada, the Gardasil vaccine against Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), the main cause of cervical cancer and genital warts, has been injected in more than 50 million people in more than 130 countries, mostly young women.

But concern over serious side effects and deaths following inoculations has grown enough for the Toronto Star to mount a lengthy investigation. It found more than 50 Canadian girls who developed serious medical conditions after their injections with Merck’s Gardasil (15 hospitalized) and in the U.S, more than 100 deaths and tens of thousands of reports of adverse effects.

While the Canadian government spent $300 million to promote anti-HPV inoculation and provincial governments paid for Grade 8 girls to get it, Catholic school systems and Catholic bishops opposed it, led by Calgary’s Fred Henry. They cited not only the side effects but also their concern that giving a vaccine against a sexually transmitted disease to Grade 8 girls would send a message of tacit approval of premature sexual behavior.

The Star found plenty of parents who believe the vaccine caused their daughters’ illnesses and, on the contrary, a consensus of public health officials and medical professionals who dismiss all such claims. For example, they quote Dr. Jennifer Blake, president of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, saying, “I’m extremely comfortable that this is a safe vaccine.” 

That coincidence translated into pressure from school authorities on parents and their daughters, who claim the risks of side-effects were ignored or discounted.  One Ontario girl, Kaitlyn Armstrong, said her guidance counselor “told us it was going to protect us from cervical cancer, it’s a really good idea to get it. She was pushing it. She didn’t talk about any complications or any of that stuff.” The Star chronicles her gradual loss of strength and abandonment of all physical activities.

Merck devotes several pages of its technical report on Gardasil to its side effects, the Star reported, but other parents and young women claim they never heard about them (Merck says its own research found only five serious cases out of 11,000 vaccinations during testing.). Armstrong remembers telling the nurse who injected her she had an allergy to metal but, even though aluminum salts are an ingredient of Gardasil, she was given the vaccine.

Debbi Vinnedge, founder of Children of God for Life, a watchdog organization focused on vaccines and research using human fetal tissue, told LifeSiteNews, “Gardasil does not contain aborted fetal tissue but its side effects, its side effects are very, very serious.” But even though it lies outside its area of concern, COG for Life received so many questions and complaints from parents, the organization produced a pamphlet listing concerns and research on side effects.

Among a “partial list” of 16 adverse effects the pamphlet lists are miscarriage, stillbirth, ovarian cysts, genital warts, multiple sclerosis, lupus, paralysis, and stroke. One overarching explanation is that, for many, Gardasil may weaken the immune system. How many? The pamphlet claims more than 28,000 reports of such negative effects were made to the U.S. government’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System by 2012, as had 128 deaths—all within the population of girls aged 9 – 24.

Vinnedge said one problem with Gardasil is that it was tested for five years but “the HPV virus can lie dormant for 20 years.” She questions whether its effectiveness against the virus is properly proven over the long term. A second problem: “It gives people a false sense of security,” encouraging teenage girls to take sexual risks, when “it only works against four out of 100 different forms of HPV.”

Sanevax is another organization devoted to reporting on safe and unsafe vaccines. Its website is crammed with ominous research into Gardasil and first-hand horror stories and recent news. Among the latter: a report from Colombia of hundreds of school girls hospitalized after vaccination with Gardasil, and from the U.S. a surge in fatality reports related to recent vaccinations with Gardasil and another problematic HPV vaccine, Cervarix.

Gardasil’s defenders note that new vaccines often are followed by claims of adverse impacts, but these are not the same as proof. In a Forbes Magazine article in 2012, health reporter Matthew Herper took on those 28,000 reports to VAERS. “It’s true that there have been 24,000 reports of adverse events with Gardasil. (All of these numbers come from the VAERS database…) There have also been 60,000 reports of death with the mumps, measles, and rubella vaccine, and 26,000 following vaccination with Pfizer’s Prevnar, for pneumococcus bacteria.” 

Teenagers die, Herper explains, and some die after getting their HPV shots. But the people tasked with analyzing VAERS data ruled out almost all of the adverse reports alleged against Gardasil after investigating the first 12,000.  They advised doctors and nurses to be on the lookout for girls fainting after their shots.

But Norma Erickson, the president of Sanevax, questions that analysis. “I know some survivors of those first 12,000 reports and none of them has ever spoken to any investigators.” Erickson told LifeSiteNews, “we know those reports are anecdotal but that is where scientific investigations start.” She cited the case of Thalidomide, an anti-nausea drug that came under investigation in the late 1950s only after anecdotal reports linking it to newborn babies with deformities. 

Erickson suggested two Gardasil ingredients may be causing the problems: the aluminium, which is a neurotoxin, and L-hystidine, an amino acid that interferes with the brain’s defences against metal toxins. “Whichever part of the brain is affected by the toxin,” said Erickson, “that may lead to a different problem.” Erickson admitted that nobody knows why Gardasil would cause the wide range of adverse effects. “That’s why we are asking for a full investigation.”


U.S. court pays $6 million to Gardasil victims


By Peter Lind - - Wednesday, December 31, 2014

WASHINGTON, April 10, 2013 - Gardasil, the vaccine for HPV (human papillomavirus), may not be as safe as backers claim.

Judicial Watch announced it has received documents from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) revealing that its National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has awarded $5,877,710 dollars to 49 victims in claims made against the highly controversial HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines. To date 200 claims have been filed with VICP, with barely half adjudicated.

This new information from the government shows that the serious safety concerns about the use of Gardasil have been well-founded. Public health officials should stop pushing Gardasil on children.” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

The CDC recommends the Gardasil vaccine, made by Merck Pharmaceuticals, for all females between 9 and 26 years to protect against HPV. Furthermore, the CDC says Gardasil is licensed, safe, and effective for males ages 9 through 26 years. 

The facts appear to contradict the FDA’s safety statements. The adverse reaction reports detail 26 new deaths reported between September 1, 2010 and September 15, 2011 as well as incidents of seizures, paralysis, blindness, pancreatitis, speech problems, short term memory loss and Guillain-Barré Syndrome. The documents come from the FDA’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) which is used by the FDA to monitor the safety of vaccines.

That’s 26 reported deaths of young, previously healthy, girls after Gardasil vaccination in just one year.

 In response to the concern about death reports among those who received Gardasil, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) insists  “there was no unusual pattern or clustering to the deaths that would suggest that they were caused by the vaccine.” 

While it is not clear exactly what is causing so many adverse reactions, Gardasil does contain genetically engineered virus-like protein particles as well as aluminum, which can affect immune function.

Further, according to the vaccine manufacturer product information insert, “Gardasil … not been evaluated for carcinogenicity or impairment of fertility.” (2007 [227] p1986 )

In fact, Merck studied the Gardasil vaccine in fewer than 1,200 girls under 16 prior to it being released to the market under a fast-tracked road to licensure. To date, most of the serious side effects, including deaths, that occurred during the pre-licensure clinical trials and post marketing surveillance have been written off as a “coincidence” by Merck researchers and government health officials.

Neurologist Dr. Ian Sutton reported negative neurological side effects from Gardasil. He reported five cases of multiple sclerosis-like symptoms emerging shortly after women received the Gardasil vaccine, noting:

We report five patients who presented with multifocal or atypical demyelinating syndromes within 21 days of immunization with the quadrivalent human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine, Gardasil. Although the target population for vaccination, young females, has an inherently high risk for MS, the temporal association with demyelinating events in these cases may be explained by the potent immuno-stimulatory properties of HPV virus-like particles which comprise the vaccine.”

From its inception, the use of HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases has been hotly disputed.  According to the Annals of Medicine: “At present there are no significant data showing that either Gardasil or Cervarix (GlaxoSmithKline) can prevent any type of cervical cancer since the testing period employed was too short to evaluate long-term benefits of HPV vaccination.”

There are more than 100 types of human papillomaviruses (HPVs). Of them, about 40 types of HPV are sexually transmitted and 15 of these types are most associated with cervical cancers and genital warts in women and men.

HPV vaccines have been illegally administered to millions without informed consent, as the risks rarely disclosed.

Not only are there questions about the safety of the vaccine, there are questions about the need for the vaccine. Over 90 percent of women infected with HPV clear the infection naturally within two years, at which point cervical cells go back to normal.

Meanwhile, Merck is benefitting tremendously from vaccine sales. The vaccine is expected to reach $1 billion in sales next year, and could reach more than $4 billion in sales in five years, according to Wall Street analysts.

 Sane Vax

HPV vaccines: 34 deaths reported in one month?


By Norma Erickson

SaneVax-FeaturedDeath reports after HPV vaccines have been filed at a rate of less than five per month since Gardasil and Cervarix were approved for use in the United States in 2006/07. The SaneVax team was shocked when the latest available update from the VAERS (vaccine adverse event reporting system) database revealed 34 death reports after HPV vaccines in a single month. 

You can pretty much bet that any anomaly of this magnitude bears investigation.  The SaneVax team decided to run a search for only the deaths reported after administration of HPV vaccines within the last month. 35 death reports show up (We assume one was prior to the close of the previous month’s stats). The other 34 are identical reports from “a nurse via a company sales representative.” 

To run the same search, go to and choose the HPV vaccines (HPV2, HPV4 and HPVX), death and a lower appeared on VAERS date of Oct 2014 – to run the same search our team did. You might want to take a look and see what you think.

Several questions come immediately to mind, such as:

  • Is Merck trying to muddy the VAERS water even more by stacking the death count? 

  • If so, why did they not include all 72 reports referred to in the 35 that were submitted to VAERS? 

  • Why are the reports submitted by a sales rep instead of the nurse who was referred to in all of the reports? 

  • Why does each report have a different submission date?

  • The reports refer to a physician reporting at a vaccine conference “72 deaths after Gardasil administration via embolism/thrombosis events,” could this possibly be a legitimate report? 

  • Perhaps the FDA/CDC included all of these reports in a single month hoping someone like us would simply report the numbers and thereby be open to being discredited/ridiculed? 

  • Will the other 37 reports show up next month – or at a later date? 

Whatever the answers to the questions above end up being, VAERS reports are what they are – despite the limitations of the system. SaneVax has built our reputation on reporting from only scientific, medical, or government documents so we will continue to report the statistics in VAERS as they are updated by health officials from the United States government.

The SaneVax team would strongly suggest viewing this particular increase in death reports after HPV vaccine administration with much caution. Feel free to raise questions of your own – investigate for yourself.