“Together, with science leading the charge, we have taken another important step forward in our nation’s fight against COVID-19,” CDC Direction Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky told the public.
Recommended by the CDC, Mandated by Each StateIn the United States, the CDC makes recommendations and then each state implements them.
However, health in the United States is the purview of the state, not the federal government. So parents are told they “must” get vaccines by the state in order for their child to go to daycare or attend school. At the same time, every state in the United States allows for medical exemptions—if a child cannot safely get vaccinated, a doctor can certify that the child is medically exempt.
Safety MattersEach vaccine on the CDC childhood vaccination schedule is safety tested individually.
No testing is done, however, on the schedule as a whole to see if it is safe to administer multiple vaccinations at the same well baby visit.
But there has been no research—none—on whether giving babies, toddlers, and small children a series of COVID-19 vaccines in addition to the other vaccines already on the schedule is safe.
At the same time, Moon said, her doctor colleagues “are scared to report what they’re seeing in practice.”
She explained: “They’re threatened, told not to provide ‘misinformation.’ Misinformation is anything that deviates from the policy/narrative coming from regulatory agencies. We’re all facing threats of job loss, revocation of our medical licenses, loss of reputation with our peers.”
Moon said that her concern over the lack of necessity and efficacy of these COVID-19 vaccines, as well as the harm they have already caused, has made it impossible for her to remain silent, despite being a self-described “pro-vaccine” doctor who has always encouraged parents to follow the CDC schedule for their children.
“Alarm bells are ringing like crazy, telling us that some of our children have serious issues with these products,” she said. “When loud alarms are ringing, you don’t silence them and pretend that they aren’t making all that noise. The answer is not to say, ‘You aren't hearing any alarms.’ Yet that’s exactly what we’re doing.”
Dr. Robert Verkerk, Ph.D., founder of the Alliance for Natural Health International, has published over 60 peer-reviewed journal articles relating to health, agriculture and the environment, is also concerned about “disastrous long-term consequences for some children” that may result after exposure to the spike protein via vaccines.
“There could be disastrous long-term consequences for some children if they are exposed to the spike protein via the vaccine before they are exposed to circulating coronaviruses, including SARS-CoV-2, that would otherwise result in broader-based, more robust naturally-acquired immunity,” Verkerk wrote.
“Mechanisms that should be of grave concern to any health professional … include original antigenic sin, antibody dependent enhancement (ADE), disrupted innate immune training and suppression of cytotoxic (CD4+ and CD8+) T cells. These are not areas with which members of the public, unless they have a keen interest in immunology, are likely to be familiar.”
Put more simply, Verkerk and his team are concerned that the vaccines may actually compromise the immune system, making it harder for children who are vaccinated to survive a subsequent infection.
Sweden: No Vaccines For ChildrenIn the United Kingdom parents of children over the age of 5 are being advised to give their children the vaccine.
However, the independent advisory committee that advises the health departments on immunizations in the United Kingdom, JCVI, is not pushing for children under the age of 5 to be vaccinated.
Verkerk told us this is presumably because committee members don’t recognize the clinical need, know that there is not sufficient data to show that the vaccines would benefit this age group, and might find it difficult to deliver the necessary information to ensure informed consent by parents or guardians.
Health authorities in Sweden, a country that has consistently taken a child-forward approach during the pandemic, do not recommend any COVID-19 vaccines for children under the age of 11.
“…[W]e don’t see any clear benefit with vaccinating them,” Britta Bjorkholm, said at a news conference in January.
What About Israel?Israel, one of the most vaccinated countries in the world, is currently dealing with unprecedented numbers of COVID cases, including severe illness and hospitalization.
Is 'Science' or Money Leading the Charge to Vaccinate Children?The COVID pandemic has proved a boon to the pharmaceutical industry. Pfizer’s earnings have been projected to top $100 billion, more than any other country in the history of the pharmaceutical industry, according to Fierce Pharma And that’s just one company.
“When you try to vaccinate virtually every human being on the planet, regardless of age, especially with vaccines that deliver only short-term benefits at best—so they need to be delivered more than once annually—the market is vast,” Verkerk pointed out.
This current CDC recommendation of vaccinating 20 million “children 6 months through 5 years of age” would add about $780,000,000 per year to the industry.
“It’s a brilliant business model,” said Dr. Cammy Benton, an integrative family physician based in Huntersville, North Carolina, who does not advise parents to give babies or small children this vaccine. “Make a medicine that fails and make the medicine to treat the medicine that failed and then you can charge for both. They win big. But you know who loses? Our kids.”