Dr. Maurice Hilleman was a very angry man, and if his 2002 allegations are true, he had every right to be.
Hilleman made mind-numbing allegations during an in-depth interview in “The Health Century” — a landmark book and later a PBS television series. During the interview, the doctor alleges that giant pharmaceutical company Merck produced and distributed dangerous vaccines containing deadly viruses that have infected millions of people.
Hundreds of millions may be doomed….
If his allegations are true, hundreds of millions may be doomed to early painful deaths. The masses that have already been inoculated may be little better than walking dead men and women—zombies going through the motions of life with no knowledge that biological time bombs are slowly ticking away in their tainted, diseased cells.
Who was this man—he died in 2005—to make such a charge? To simply make a charge is all well and good, but was he perhaps mistaken in his allegation?
The best way to make a value judgment regarding a person’s assertions is to check their experience, knowledge and accomplishments.
Dr. Hilleman developed Merck’s vaccine program. Beyond that milestone, he also oversaw the creation of more than three dozen vaccines given to billions. He developed more vaccines than any other single person in the history of medicine.
The good doctor was also a member of the the American Philosophical Society, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, and the U.S. National Academy of Science. He receieved many honors and awards during his illustrious career including a rare lifetime achievement award from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Among all of his many accomplishments as a pioneer medical researcher, Hilleman was also one of the first to raise the red flag, that infected monkey viruses might have contaminated vaccines—especially the ubiquitous polio vaccine.
Speaking once about the efficacy of vaccines in the war against disease, Hilleman voiced this bombshell: “Vaccines have to be considered the bargain basement technology for the 20th Century.”
Are many cancer cases caused by the polio vaccine?
Back in 2002, the prestigious medical journal “Lancet” went to press with astounding data that suggested the polio vaccine was contaminated. The study also presented evidence that nearly half of the new 55,000 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cases that were occurring annually had their root cause in the vaccine, the peer-reviewed, published study claimed.
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