Sep 6, 2012

Fragments of foreign DNA and other substances from vaccinations found in sick, disabled and dying children

Among other things, strands of pig DNA is included in some of the vaccines that are given to children under one year of age.  Pig DNA.  And the FDA has no problem with this.  Who do you trust? 

by Christina England

This week an important paper by Leslie Carol Botha hit the Internet by storm. This revolutionary paper titled Unveiling the Culprit - Is Foreign DNA Contamination the Autistic Villain behind Biologic Vaccine Injuries, is one of the first papers to discuss various foreign DNA fragments being discovered in sick, disabled and dying children after they have received various childhood vaccinations.

Over the past six years, Ms Botha has been heavily involved and dedicated to using her print and broadcast experience to share information with the public about the potential dangers of the HPV vaccines. She is a member of TruthAboutGardasil and is one of six women who, in March 2010, presented research and data to the FDA on the alarming statistics of Gardasil and Cervarix deaths, injuries and harm in comparison to other vaccines. She was also a founding member and the former Vice President of Public Relations for S.A.N.E. Vax, Inc organization dedicated to educating the public about the safety and efficacy of vaccinations. In March of 2010, Botha was an invited speaker at the British Society for Ecological Medicine Conference in London where she presented science-based information and research on the dangers of the HPV vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix. Ms Botha is currently the Women's Health Freedom Coalition Coordinator for the Natural Solutions Foundation.

Botha claims that foreign DNA is a term of which most medical consumers are unaware. She believes that it is common sense for professionals to question the safety of foreign DNA – otherwise known as recombinant DNA, stating that:

"Even the American Biologic Safety Association (ABSA) has classified recombinant DNA a biohazard and has outlined specific directives on the handling of such contaminants".

Botha says that according to a supporting document written by the Coalition of Vaccine Safety, the presence of dormant and relict viral sequences in the human and other animal genomes has been known for at least 20 years. These include human retroviral sequences that have been identified in live viral vaccines grown in human cells.

She says the document reports that:.

"Rotarix, an orally administered rotavirus vaccine, contained nucleic acids from porcine circovirus-1 (PCV1), virus.1 Since this report, a second rotavirus vaccine (RotaTeq) has been shown to contain nucleic acids from both PCV1 and PCV2, a pathogen in pigs that is associated with wasting and immunodeficiency."

Both of these vaccinations are given to infants to protect them from the rotavirus, a virus that causes gastroenteritis in very young children. The rotavirus vaccine is a vaccination given to infants aged 2, 4 and 6 months.

Botha's research is clearly stating that DNA from pigs is being found in rotavirus vaccine with the potential to cause wasting and immunodeficiency. Yet when evidence of this discovery was presented to the FDA back in 2010 the FDA announced that it was no problem!

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