I am a truth seeker.

Medical safety skepticism makes me a conspiracy theorist?  Consider this:

? I wasn’t involved in the forced sterilization of immigrants, people of color, poor people, unmarried mothers, the disabled and the mentally ill that spanned 32 States in the first half of the 20th century, beginning in 1909 and continuing for 70 years…

The U.S. Government was.

[Source: PBS]

? It wasn’t me that told African American males that they were being treated for “bad blood” after luring them in with free meals, free physicals and free burial insurance. Some of the men had syphilis, others were given the deadly venereal disease. The study, began in 1932 lasting 40 years, was later discovered to be an experiment of syphilis left untreated, known as the “Tuskegee Experiment”…

Again, it was the U.S. Government.

[Source: History.com]

[Source: PubMed Central]

? I didn’t experiment with the flu vaccine and expose mental patients and prisoners in Michigan to the pandemic virus in 1942…

Jonas Salk and the U.S. Government did that.

[Source: Independent]

? I was not a part of the many unethical secret cold war experiments by doctors, scientists and military officials from 1944 to 1974 on as many as 20,000 people with radioactive materials.

But the U.S. Government was.

[Source: NY Times]

[Source: Washington Post]

[Source: CBS News

[Source: NY Times]

? In 1946, I did not engage in research experiments in which more than 5000 uninformed and unconsenting Guatemalan people were intentionally infected with bacteria that cause sexually transmitted diseases…

But the U.S. Government did.

[Source: NBC News]

[Source: PubMed Central]

? I was not part of one of the largest human experiments (it was also “one of the largest offenses of the Nuremberg Code since its inception.”) in history’ that was conducted on unsuspecting residents of San Francisco with bacterial weapons beginning in September 1950.

But the U.S. Military was.

[Source: Business Insider]

? I was not involved in giving 200,000 defective vaccinations causing 40,000 cases of polio in April 1955, leaving 200 children with varying degrees of paralysis and killing 10…

Again, the U.S. government was.

[Source: History.com]

[Source: PubMed Central]

? I did not give more than 98 million Americans one or more doses of polio vaccine from 1955 to 1963 when a proportion of vaccine was contaminated with SV40; it has been estimated that 10–30 million Americans could have received an SV40 contaminated dose of vaccine…

That was the U.S. Government as well.

[Source: CDC Archive]

? I was not involved in the 1956-58 U.S. Army experiment involving dropping hundreds of thousands of specially bred mosquitoes to see if they could be used as biological weapons, specifically, yellow fever.

I’ll say it one more time, the U.S. Government was.

[Source: Wikipedia]

? I didn’t distribute a drug called Factor VIII in the 1980’s tainted with the HIV virus intentionally, infecting and killing thousands of people around the world…

Bayer did that.

[Source: CBS News]

? Beginning in the 1980s and continuing for two decades, I did not test AIDS drugs on hundreds of Foster kids, killing at least 10…

But the U.S. government did.

[Source: CBS News]

[Source: NPR]

? I wasn’t behind the illegal clinical trial of the drug Trovan in Nigeria in the 1990’s during a meningitis epidemic that left 11 children dead.  The Nigerian Government did not authorize this trial and was without parental consent.

Pfizer was.

[Source: The Guardian]

? I certainly did not publish a flawed study and mislead doctors into prescribing the dangerous antidepressant Paxil to children and had the public thinking that it was safe.  In the criminal information, the government alleges that, from April 1998 to August 2003, GSK unlawfully promoted Paxil for treating depression in patients under age 18, even though the FDA has never approved it for pediatric use.

That was GlaxoSmithKline.

[Source: Justice.gov]

?  I didn’t launch a drug called Vioxx in 1999 while knowing that it increased the risk of fatal heart attacks and strokes before it even hit the market.  This drug was responsible for at least 55,000 deaths in America…

Merck did that.

[Source: NY Times]


❗️Not one of the aforementioned examples here are conspiracy theory; they are factual and verifiable.

❗️We are led to believe these types of things no longer occur; we cannot entrust the pharmaceutical industry through government enforcement to have our best interests in mind.

❗️I did not plant doubt in my mind.  Their actions did.  Their desire to control everything in their sights made me this way.  So, forgive me for not wanting to comply with vaccine mandates, but don’t blame me.

I am a truth seeker, not a conspiracy theorist.
#InformedConsent #MedicalFreedom

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