Information is power. But, for decades the power of this information has been swept under the rug. It’s not that anybody was lying or failing to disclose the information altogether. For decades the necessary information has been printed on the information sheet that accompanies every vial of vaccine.
Have you ever asked your doctor for that information sheet? I never did. I was content to read over the bullet point summary that was given me in 12-point type on a regular-sized piece of paper. But this summary never divulged the fine print on the manufacturer’s information sheet.
These are the undisputed facts. You can watch Dr. Plotkin testify to these facts under oath in a January 2018 YouTube video. The war between vaccination proponents and vaccination opponents is about the significance of these facts. It is not about the facts themselves.
So, what issues do these facts raise?
Would this woman (WI-38) and man (MRC-5), who would now be 59 and 53 years old respectively, consent to having parts of themselves injected into millions of people?
A second issue is safety. What effect does it have on a person to have genetic material from another injected into his system? As the cell lines get older, do the effects change? What about implications for the future of humanity as two individuals have had their genetic material exposed to so many millions around the globe?
These issues are being strenuously argued between proponents and opponents of vaccination. One day, perhaps, there will be clear and undisputable answers. But that day is not now. Biochemists and medical doctors still present strong arguments on both sides of the issue.
A third issue is that of morality. Consuming parts of another human being for the sake of gaining physical or spiritual health is one of the most widespread and persistent taboos across all cultures. Many see parallels between this taboo and using fetal material in the manufacture of vaccines.
These three issues alone give one considerable pause. No doubt, readers of this column will come to different conclusions about them. Some will dismiss the discussion as over-scrupulous. Others may regard these vaccines as necessary evils. Still others will consider them to be morally abhorrent and unusable under any circumstances.
In 2003 the Sacred Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith, headed by the cardinal who would soon be named Pope Benedict XVI, took up this question. Among four conclusions, it declared: “there is a grave responsibility to use alternative vaccines and to make a conscientious objection with regard to those which have moral problems.” This position has been affirmed by the Catholic Medical Association.
The Christian Medical and Dental Association has also voiced its concern over ethical problems with vaccines derived from fetal cell lines. Nevertheless, its Position Statement on Immunization stops short of an absolute prohibition of using them.
Are there any conclusions that can be drawn from all this troubling information? I believe there are two things to be said.
First, the public should be better informed. Myriad commercials on TV and radio promote the use of various prescription drugs. We routinely hear a staccato voice at the end of the blurb read off the various label warnings required by the FDA. Why does the FDA not require doctors’ offices to inform people of the presence of fetal cell lines in the vaccines you are encouraged to give your children?
Informed consent is the standard of every medical procedure. Vaccinations should be no exception. At the very least, there is the potential of moral misgivings. There is also the possibility of negative outcomes.
Information, alone, can enable people to weigh the facts. It could also lead drug manufacturers to develop alternatives to meet a widespread public demand. In fact, in some cases alternative vaccines are already available in other countries. Consumer demand could bring them here.
Currently Wyoming requires several of the vaccines manufactured with WI-38 and MRC-5. Thankfully, that same law accommodates objections. According to W.S. 21-4-309, “Waivers shall be authorized by the state or county health officer upon submission of written evidence of religious objection or medical contraindication to the administration of any vaccine.” This clause protects the constitutional rights of all Wyoming students.
Original Article Link: http://onlyhuman-jl.blogspot.com/2019/03/facts-about-fetal-cell-lines-and.html?m=1