Why Vaccine Industry Doesn’t Want to Remove Mercury From its Products


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There’s a lot of argument over mercury usage in vaccines and other medications, yet the basic question is always the same: why the heck don’t they just get rid of it?

Because it would literally shut down the vaccine industry as a whole.

Right now, the United Nations is considering a treaty that would outlaw the use of mercury in medicines across the globe, a product that’s been used since the 1930s. And while the last two decades have seen the vaccine industry scramble to at least remove thimerosal from child vaccines, it’s still used regularly in flu vaccinations. Yes, a verified neurotoxin is being pumped into small kids at an alarming rate, simply because it’s cheap.

No matter how many words the vaccine industry adds to their statements regarding the use of this deadly ingredient, it comes down to money every time. Claiming that children across the globe, especially those in 3rd world countries, would not be able to receive the vaccinations that they do without the use of this cheap preservative, the vaccine industry has been able to get away with it thus far. However, as more and more information comes out as to the developmental problems caused by mercury in children sensitive to it, it’s starting to look as if a child would be much better off facing the disease head on than risking a vaccination against it. And the UN seems to be coming around to this way of thinking as well.

Without the sale of cheap vaccines across the globe, the vaccine industry would be out one of its biggest money makers. And if banned, the flood of law suits against the vaccine industry would cripple it. So no matter how hard they try to pull on your heart strings, as always, they’re eyes are squarely on their bottom line. Hopefully the UN pulls through.