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The hidden story about vaccines, autism, drugs and food… Americas health has been BOUGHT. Your health, your family’s health. Now brought to you by Wall Street… “If you thought they hurt us with the banks, wait till you see what they’re doing to health care.” Vaccines. GMOs. Big Pharma. Three big, BIG, okay… HUGE topics in one film. Why? Why not 3 films, why put all this in one movie? Great question, 2 answers. 1st and most importantly: We need to band together. We need a mainstream film, not another radical movie that only interests the “already converted”. Over 5 million people supported Prop 37 in CA. Reportedly, over 2 million worldwide marched against Monsanto in a global protest. There...ane vaccine expansion, and our love affair with pharmaceuticals- it’s the same villain. It’s a risky story to tell, but would be a tragedy to passively consent to with silence. There is something horribly wrong with health care today. Huge money, billions and billions of dollars flowing into the same pockets. Meanwhile, MD’s aren’t being allowed to actually practice the art of medicine and anyone who questions vaccination safety, pharmaceuticals, factory farms, etc. is ridiculed and belittled. Meanwhile, the billions keep flowing, carried on a river of pain and anguish. Huge corporations funded by individual misery, one broken life at a time. Three huge stories, each worthy of multiple films, but each brought together by one staggering fact: it’s the same villain. These three story lines converge on Wall Street, in a tale of corruption, greed and shocking lack of conscience.


All the News Posted November 1, 2009

* ►November 2, 2009 - Police these pills and powders - editorial (requires registration) - Boston Globe - "The US Food and Drug administration is virtually powerless in regulating the $25 billion dietary supplements industry, even though many of its products contain illegal synthetic steroids that can damage livers or kidneys and cause strokes or lung blood clots."

* ►November 2, 2009 - Help for Vietnam's autistic children - Australia Network News - "Speech pathologist Gloria Staios told Radio Australia's Connect Asia she and colleague Christine Kendall taught nurses and carers at Hanoi's National Pediatrics Hospital to help autistic children communicate through therapy and play. In the Asian region, autism is only just beginning to be properly diagnosed and understood.  Ms Staios and Ms Kendall found limited awareness of the condition in Vietnam. 'It is very much a new field,' Ms Kendall said."

►November 2, 2009 - Long, hard road to marketplace for Vanda drug - A deal in place after 13 years - Pill for schizophrenia is due out in 2010 (requires registration) - Washington Post

►November 2, 2009 - AIDS vaccine now on the horizon - Daily News & Analysis, India

* ►November 2, 2009 - Malaria vaccine for Africa likely to be distributed from 2015 - The Times, UK

►November 2, 2009 - More than 100,000 swine flu cases so far as vaccinations start - Irish Times

►November 2, 2009 - Swine flu: Worst-case outbreak could severely strain hospitals - Children's Memorial Hospital saw supplies dwindle during H1N1 flu surge in May - Chicago Tribune

* ►November 2, 2009 - Independent experts to study safety data on H1N1 vaccine (requires registration) - Washington Post - "An independent panel of experts will meet Monday to review the safety of the swine flu vaccine as part of the government's efforts to monitor the unprecedented immunization campaign. The National Vaccine Advisory Committee's H1N1 Vaccine Safety Working Group will review the results of data being collected by the government to detect any problems with the vaccine as soon as possible."

* ►November 2, 2009 - Ministry warns of new round of A/H1N1 influenza outbreak in China (includes video) - CCTV

* ►November 2, 2009 - Vaccine "critical" for protecting mother and infants: study - Food Consumer - "In a review of vaccinations of pregnant women between 1964 and 2008, no evidence was found to show an increased risk of maternal or fetal complications from vaccines, said researchers in the online edition of the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology."

* ►November 1, 2009 - Health officials caught off guard by demand for H1N1 shot - The Globe and Mail - "The shortage stems from production problems that arose when GlaxoSmithKline switched from making the adjuvanted version of the vaccine — which contains a booster compound — to making special unadjuvanted batches for pregnant women and young children. A government source told The Canadian Press that GlaxoSmithKline had forewarned Ottawa that the switch to making the unadjuvanted vaccine would slow production. But the vaccine maker apparently underestimated how much the changeover would choke supply. So instead of the 1.3 to 1.5-million doses that GlaxoSmithKline had anticipated, the drugmaker can now only supply some 436,000 doses for the coming week."

* ►November 1, 2009 - Alberta H1N1 immunization program no mistake: Liepert - Edmonton Journal via Calgary Herald - "After days of long lines and in the face of a dwindling supply of vaccine, the Alberta government put an abrupt halt Saturday to its mass immunization program against the H1N1 flu. However, not everyone was aware that the flu clinics were suspended on Sunday."

* ►November 1, 2009 - Mass vaccination of schoolchildren to stop spread of swine flu - Mass swine flu vaccinations are expected to be extended to all children under the age of 18 by the end of the year. - The Telegraph, UK

* ►November 1, 2009 - Pneumonia vaccine could save money in flu pandemic - Reuters - "A more protective form of Pfizer's vaccine for pneumococcal disease would be highly effective at preventing deaths from pandemic influenza, independent researchers and the company reported over the weekend. In a severe outbreak like the 1918 Spanish influenza pandemic, they said Prevnar 13 -- a more broadly protective version of Prevnar vaccine -- could prevent an additional 388,000 cases of pneumonia and save an additional $6.2 billion in health care costs. The savings would be far greater -- $18 billion in medical costs -- in countries that have not offered any immunization against pneumococcal disease, the team reported at a meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America in Philadelphia."

* ►November 1, 2009 - H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine Deaths Being Reported All Over Europe - Organic Health - "Normally people do not drop dead after taking a vaccine. More commonly, the adverse effects of taking a vaccine take a while to show up, as only later victims develop autism, dementia, neurological disorders, paralysis, infertility or cancer (among a wide variety of other conditions). However, numerous reports are now coming in from all over Europe of people becoming seriously ill and even dropping dead after getting injected with the H1N1 swine flu vaccine."

* ►November 1, 2009 - Ukraine calls for help fighting swine flu - AFP via Yahoo! - "Ukraine made an urgent appeal to world powers for help battling swine flu on Sunday, after 60 people died from respiratory problems in a week."

* ►November 1, 2009 - Hospitals don't require employees get flu vaccine - Wisconsin Rapids Tribune - "Hospitals in central Wisconsin are not requiring their employees to receive the H1N1 vaccination, and only one is requiring the seasonal flu vaccine."

* ►November 1, 2009 - Gitmo Detainees Set To Receive Swine Flu Vaccine - Guantanamo Detainees To Receive Swine Flu Medications Amid Nat'l Vaccine Shortage - AP via CBS News

* ►November 1, 2009 - UCSF scientists track swine flu virus for tiny changes that would cause big problems - San Jose Mercury News

►November 1, 2009 - Disorder, delays mar efforts on swine flu - Frustrations rising as vaccine doses trickle in - Arizona Republic

►November 1, 2009 - CHARTOCK: Commissioner gets in trouble for doing right thing - Daily Freeman - "ITEM: Health worker flu vaccine edict rescinded"

►November 1, 2009 - More than 3.78 mln Chinese inoculated with A/H1N1 flu vaccine - Xinhua via China View

►November 1, 2009 - CDC on Swine Flu Vaccine Shortages; H1N1 Symptoms, Deaths in Kids Increase - National Ledger

►November 1, 2009 - Mercury levels in H1N1 Swine Flu vaccine under scrutiny -

►November 1, 2009 - Would Jesus Get Vaccinated? - National Post

►November 1, 2009 -  Science, fear clash over shots - A doctor's take on the vaccine debate -

►November 1, 2009 - David Axelrod On H1N1 Vaccines: 'We Overpromised' - The Huffington Post

* ►November 1, 2009 - CDC Flu Mask Decision Based on Flawed Study, Authors Say - Authors Retract Study CDC Used to Decide on Surgical Masks to Prevent Flu - ABC News

* ►November 1, 2009 - Flu clinics to reopen Monday with vaccine in short supply - Only people deemed ‘high’risk will be allowed to get scarce H1N1 shots - Vancouver Sun - "Dr. Monika Naus of the B.C. Centre for Disease Control said the anticipated number of doses delivered to the province will be about another 300,000 next week, then will drop sharply, to an estimated 60,000 by the fourth week of the program. That means it’s even more important that high-risk groups get served first, she said. 'It’s easy for someone to borrow a puffer, or claim they’ve got an underlying condition.' Without an 'e-medical system,' something she anticipates may be available in the future, it’s still up to people to be honest and 'self-declare.'"

►November 1, 2009 - Private H1N1 shots result of local policy: Aglukkaq - CTV Toronto

►November 1, 2009 - Aglukkaq admits 'disappointment' in vaccine production - Canwest News Service via Vancouver Sun - "'I’m disappointed,' she [Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq] said when asked about GlaxoSmithKline’s production delays. 'GSK overstated what they would be able to produce.'"

* ►November 1, 2009 - All Albertans to get H1N1 vaccine: minister - Opposition calls for Liepert's resignation - CBC

►November 1, 2009 - People showing up for flu shots at closed H1N1 clinics - Calgary Herald

►November 1, 2009 - Mercer County agencies stage drill to prepare for mass inoculation for flu - Youngstown Vindicator

►November 1, 2009 - Swine flu is spreading a new hands-off etiquette - USA Today

►November 1, 2009 - Statins Might Be Helpful With Flu, and Other Serious Infections - Heart Disease Blog via

►November 1, 2009 - Ferret dies from H1N1 infection in Nebraska - Exotic Pets Blog via

►November 1, 2009 - Vaccines trickle into area - Producers struggling to keep with demand - Alton Telegraph

* ►November 1, 2009 - Peer-reviewed studies documenting cases of shingles following varicella vaccination. - Gary S. Goldman, Ph.D via

* ►November 1, 2009 - Tuesday, November 3 is Election Day. The NJ Coalition for Vaccination Choice and Life Health Choices are providing information on candidates who support vaccination choice in New Jersey. - Life Health Choices

* ►November 1, 2009 - Misrepresenting smallpox vaccine in pregnancy findings - Anthrax Vaccine -- posts by Meryl Nass, M.D. - "The findings of the two studies are, no surprise, very similar: women receiving smallpox vaccine during the first trimester of pregnancy had a rate of major birth defects in their offspring of 4.5%, while the offspring of women vaccinated post-pregnancy had a major birth defect rate of only 3.2%. The birth defect rate is therefore 40% higher if the mother was vaccinated during the first trimester."

* ►November 1, 2009 - Malaria talks focus on vaccine - CBC - "About 1,500 doctors and scientists have opened six days of talks in Nairobi to discuss research in the fight against malaria, including work on an experimental vaccine. The vaccine, called Mosquirix and made by British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline, is the first anti-malaria shot to make it to final-stage clinical trials."

►November 1, 2009 - New UN campaign aims to save over 5 million children from pneumonia deaths - UN News Centre

* ►November 1, 2009 - Vaccine Inoculations Show No Link to Autism, Other Health Problems: Presented at IDSA - Doctor's Guide - "Vaccine inoculations show no link to autism or other health problems even in children with certain genetic disorders that might put them at risk for such problems, researchers stated here at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA). The research findings could contradict previous concessions by the US Department of Health and Human Services that suggested a possibility that vaccination might have aggravated a child's underlying mitochondrial disorder and caused her autism symptoms."

* ►November 1, 2009 - NIH's Dr. Francis Collins Gives the Game Away on Autism. By John Stone - Age of Autism

►November 1, 2009 - Autism Awareness Week at Brandeis By Jake Crosby - Age of Autism

►November 1, 2009 - Autism May Be More Common Than Thought - Central Florida News 13

►November 1, 2009 - Study Examines Mercury In Vaccines - Rochester General Research Institute via Medical News Today - "Dr. Pichichero and colleagues concluded that with this latest data, it is time to recognize that the risk of exposure to thimerosol in vaccines is minimal to non-existent. 'The H1N1 vaccine is safe and should be given to those at risk as recommended by the US Centers for Disease Control', Dr. Pichichero said."

►November 1, 2009 - Sloppy End of Year FDA Filings Have Lower Approval Odds - BNET Pharma Blog

►November 1, 2009 - Neurocognitive Issues Plague HIV-Infected Patients Taking Antiretroviral Therapy: Presented at IDSA - Doctor's Guide

►November 2009 - The Autism Calendar - Schafer Autism Report

►October 31, 2009 - Part Three: Talking with Dr. Temple Grandin, Author of "Thinking in Pictures" - OpEdNews

* ►October 31, 2009 - Walkom: Why shot may not be as safe as claimed - Toronto Star via - "In particular, there are no clinical data available on how any kind of flu vaccine using so-called adjuvants (materials mixed in to make a dose go farther) affects children from ages 3 to 6 and 10 to 17. Meanwhile, Reuters reports that Glaxo, which expects an additional $1.66 billion (U.S.) this year in H1N1 vaccine sales, is poised to make more from swine flu than any other drug manufacturer. For weeks, the federal government has refused to say whether it would follow Washington's lead and somehow shield Canada's sole H1N1 vaccine maker from lawsuits. ... While Ontario law already protects public health officials from potential lawsuits, no statute – federal or provincial – shields vaccine manufacturers. This has left Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government with only one way to ease Glaxo's potential legal problems – opening its wallet. Yesterday, in response to questions from the Star, Glaxo announced that the government has agreed to do just that. 'Subject to some restrictions, Canada has agreed to indemnify GSK (Glaxo) for the H1N1 vaccine,' a company spokeswoman said in an email."

* ►October 31, 2009 - Vaccinations for better or for worse? by Adam Murdock, M.D. - The Freeman Institute via - "It is under the backdrop of the H1N1 flu hysteria that the FDA has quietly approved another human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine for girls and for the first time, an HPV vaccine for boys.  These vaccinations, according to the vaccine makers, will dramatically lower cervical cancer rates in women and genital warts in men. Or will they?"

* ►October 31, 2009 - Common Links in Swine Flu Deaths... - - "The most common co-occurring infection that causes flu-related deaths is staphylococcus aureus. A third of the population carries it, most in their nose or on their skin."

* ►October 31, 2009 - Virus hit 'hard and fast:' Dead girl's parents - Waterloo Region Record via

* ►October 31, 2009 - Health boss defends swine flu jab after Birmingham hospitals targeted by 'vigilantes' - The Birmingham Post - "VIGILANTES targeting Birmingham hospitals to frighten people into not having the swine flu vaccine have been condemned by Britain’s top health boss. Latest estimates show 15 people have died from the H1N1 virus in the West Midlands. Yet The People’s United Community (Tpuc) launched a coordinated attack against the new vaccine at Edgbaston’s Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak hospitals, City Hospital, in Winson Green, and Birmingham Children’s Hospital, this week. The group roamed corridors in the evening, putting up posters and handing out leaflets to patients and relatives with the slogan: 'Swine flu is not the biggest danger. It’s the vaccine.' Britain’s health chief, Sir Liam Donaldson, revealed Tpuc had only targeted Birmingham so far. Helen Jackson, spokeswoman for NHS West Midlands, condemned the campaigners saying: “The concern is that this group is giving out false information to the public."

►October 31, 2009 - N.J. holds off on declaring flu emergency, despite nearby states' decisions (requires registration) - Baltimore Sun

* ►October 31, 2009 - Profit Drive Swine Flu Propaganda - Pump Up the Volume - Part VI by Evelyn Pringle -

* ►October 30, 2009 - Profit Driven Swine Flu Propaganda - Pump Up the Volume - Part Five by Evelyn Pringle -

* ►October 30, 2009 - OUTRAGE: 2 NYC Kids Get Flu Shots Without Consent - Now One Mother Is A Nervous Wreck Because She's Not Sure If Vaccine Will Exacerbate Her Daughter's Epilepsy - - "Two children were given the vaccine without their parent's consent. One mother said her daughter ended up in the emergency room after getting sick. It's a major mistake that could've cost one little girl her life. It will be a long weekend for 6-year-old Nikiyah Torres as a result of an H1N1 vaccination she received Thursday morning at PS 335 in Brooklyn. ... New York City health officials said another student -- at PS 65 on Staten Island -- was also given the vaccine without parental permission. Nikiyah's mother said she's furious over the mistake and not just because of her general objection to the H1N1 vaccine, but also out of concern over how it will interact with medication Nikiyah takes for epilepsy. ... After complaining about a stomachache and nausea, Nikiyah was transported to the emergency room and later released. The school's incident report states: 'Student sent down to medical room in error by teacher. I, Warren Carter, a public health nurse at PS 335 in Brooklyn, N.Y. administered an H1N1 influenza vaccine in deltoid in error.'"

* ►October 30, 2009 - Long wait for vaccine angers family doctors - Toronto Star via

* ►October 30, 2009 - DiManno: Fear trumps fatigue in flu line - Toronto Star via

►October 30, 2009 - Part Two: Talking with Dr. Temple Grandin, Author of "Thinking in Pictures" - OpEdNews

►October 29, 2009 - Talking with Dr. Temple Grandin, Author of "Thinking in Pictures" - OpEdNews

►October 29, 2009 - Waiting on Administration Input, Lawmakers Delay Vote on Biosecurity Bill - NTI: Global Security Newswire

►October 29, 2009 - Deadly reason why my family will get H1N1 shots - The Liberal

* ►October 29, 2009 - GSK Will Ensure Experimental Malaria Vaccine Is Affordable, CEO Says - Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report

►October 28, 2009 - Health care workers happy flu vaccine requirement dropped - The Riverdale Press

►October 28, 2009 - Journalist's vaccine piece spurs hate mail - Journalist Amy Wallace's article in the November issue of Wired Magazine about the passionate, and sometimes angry, debate over whether vaccines cause autism drew some vitriolic response. Wallace says vaccines have done such a good job of removing the visible threat of childhood diseases that some people see vaccination as a greater risk than childhood disease. - 89.3 KPCC via

►October 28, 2009 - Moms protest on autism issue - Abbotsford News

* ►October 28, 2009 - CDC offers guidance on H1N1, seasonal flu vaccine timing - CIDRAP News

* ►October 28, 2009 - Medical Device Maker Accused in Marketing Fraud (requires registration) - The New York Times

* ►October 27, 2009 - Research ethics need an overhaul: report - Medical Ethics Blog via Toronto Star - "The study, The State of Research Integrity and Misconduct Policies in Canada, prepared for the Canadian Research Integrity Committee by consulting firm Hickling Arthurs Low, says ghostwriting is only part of the problem. The existence of companies, including some in Canada, that 'ghost- write' papers for academic researchers is but one visible manifestation of research misconduct in the private sector. These companies craft research papers in support of a particular drug and seek out researchers willing to be listed as authors in exchange for money and other benefits. The report also looks at fabrication of data, falsification of data, plagiarism, conflicts of interest and abuse of power or retaliation towards colleagues and assistants. The 29 academic institutions surveyed, which represent about 60 per cent of the research done in Canada, reported investigating about 39 such incidents a year."

* ►October 27, 2009 - H1N1 Vaccine Warning: In their own words! - Shiv Chopra Blog - "The link at the bottom of this post is to the official leaflet for their H1N1 Vaccine that is available in Canada. ... Note that the manufacturer takes no legal responsibility should any adverse reaction happen to you or your dear ones taking this vaccine. Furthermore, because Health Canada approved the sale of this vaccine, under presumed occurrence of H1N1 'pandemic', the government is also not responsible."

* ►October 25, 2009 - Stop the Swine Whine! by Adam Murdock, M.D. - The Freemen Institute
* ►October 15, 2009 - Top journals boost conflict standards - Medical Ethics Blog via Toronto Star

►October 13, 2009 - Swine Flu Kills as Lungs Fail - Discovery Channel

►September 2008 - Purified aged garlic extract modulates allergic airway inflammation in BALB/c mice. - journal article (Iranian Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology)

►July 2008 - Evaluation of preterm births and birth defects in liveborn infants of US military women who received smallpox vaccine. - journal article (Birth Defects Resarch A Clin Mol Teratol.)

►November 10, 2005 - Bird flu virus triggers worse inflammation in human lung cells than human flu viruses - Bio-Medicine

Zinc Reduces Inappropriate Immune-Related Inflammation in the Elderly - Wellness Resources