Dr. Andrew Wakefield Conference: Ignite the Truth

If you don’t have time to watch the entirety of the following video, then please, at least watch the first six minutes or so. And in these six minutes, you will discover how a true doctor, a true physician, responds to his or her patients’ needs:

Dr. Andrew Wakefield Conference: Ignite the Truth

By Heather Callaghan

Recently, Dr. Andrew Wakefield spoke at a Moms In Charge event to introduce a new documentary about CDC and vaccine whistleblowers and the consequences of repeated disregard. No one knows how better to handle blowing the whistle than Wakefield himself.

His name is synonymous with “discredited” and “debunked” – an oft repeated line that lets you know when a mainstream journalist is either incredibly lazy and obtuse or is knowingly following lockstep with orders like a good corporate sycophant. Such adjectives are nothing compared to the ones leveled at vaccine skeptics of all walks and stations. When a man like Wakefield is stripped of everything for unwittingly questioning a connection – not going to “war on vaccines” like the media regurgitates – he now has nothing to lose by igniting the truth.

Here, Wakefield briefly alludes to his own story and shines light on media and corporate tactics of deception. The power to crush someone’s reputation for questioning vaccines is paramount. However, so is the power to blow the lid on the whole illusion. As you see from his information, vaccines are not prompted by genuine care for children, but rather steamroll on despite full knowledge of deadly and devastating risks.

The people who wish to acquiesce in order to be on the “winning” team because they themselves don’t see the damages, need to understand that they are running toward a tsunami that will destroy them with hundreds of vaccines planned for a newly compulsory pipeline. What can you do when you find out the truth too late and can no longer say “no”? There is only so much money in Viagra – vaccines are where the real profits lie.

Here, you will get an inside look in the precise timing and coordination needed by whistleblowers so that they and their information doesn’t go out with the tide:

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It’s hard to find physicians like Dr Wakefield and his self-sacrificing colleague anymore. As with most every other profession today, money, fame and power are what drives many, or most, young people to become doctors. Evidently, the notion of becoming a physician to care for and heal the ill has become passe

In many colleges of medicine today, “First, do no harm” has been removed from the Hippocratic oath. To take an oath to “First, do no harm” would place most doctors, today, in a more than precarious position: imagine a doctor taking this particular oath, and then being paid to abort unborn babies, or being what amounts to a paid salesman, on commission, for the AMA and Big Pharma, and pushing unnecessary and dangerous surgeries and toxic vaccines and medications on his or her patients.

Everything that is touched by this perverse corporate-system/order is turned to low-life garbage: the practicing of law, medicine and science research, in particular, have all, for the most part, become money-grubbing, fame-seeking professions. The truth, healing the sick and serving humanity seem to have little to do with the motivation for people becoming lawyers, doctors and scientists today.

We live in a retro-grade inverted world that has been created by a minority of inbred psychopaths. And it’s time we do something about this system/order that is seeking our destruction and extermination!


7 thoughts on “Dr. Andrew Wakefield Conference: Ignite the Truth”

  1. I watched the fist few minutes like you suggested. That’s amazing. I’ve had a lot of experience dealing with different doctors, as I’m sure you have, and the ones that would go that extra mile are few and far between. I’ll have to watch the rest of this one later as well


  2. I haven’t watched all of it yet. I have so many I’m trying to watch right now, my eyes are suffering.

    Yes, I had a family doctor for fifty years, he retired in 2000, just after my mother died; a tough year! And he is a wonderful man and physician. No matter the time of day or night, Dr. Barker was always there for my parents, who were both ill quite often. I have two older doctors now, who are of the same quality. But as you say, these doctors are becoming fewer and fewer.

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  3. That sounds like my family physician. He’s been my doctor most of my life and I’m not sure how much longer he’s going to be practicing. He’s one one of the good ones and I hate thought of him retiring.


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