6th Jun 2019
Henry Kissinger has never given a speech about exterminating people with vaccines
Neither this quote, nor the Council on Eugenics he is supposed to have spoken to, is real.
Image on flu jab ingredients is misleading
A local UKIP Facebook page has shared a misleading image about the flu vaccine.
There’s no evidence that any current vaccines cause cancer
Vaccines go through a number of trial stages to check they don’t have dangerous side effects.
Being ‘measles free’ doesn’t mean there are no cases of measles
It means that the number of cases has been reduced to such a point it can’t circulate easily.
Autism prevalence is up but scientists have consistently found that vaccines don’t cause it
More diagnoses of autism disorders are being made but they are not associated with being vaccinated.
Most of these claims about glyphosate, vaccines and cancer are misleading
Cancer Research UK says there is some evidence people exposed to very high levels of glyphosate could have a slightly increased risk of certain types of cancer.
This FOI about vaccines is real
The DWP confirmed that they had issued the information.
Measles is not the “number one side effect” of the MMR vaccine
It’s incorrect to claim that measles and death are side effects of the MMR.
This image about vaccine ingredients is extremely misleading
The ingredients it lists are either not present in vaccines, or not in high enough concentrations to do harm unless you already have an allergy to them.
Evidence shows there is no link between the MMR vaccine and diabetes
A brand of MMR vaccine used in the USA (not in the UK) lists diabetes as an ‘adverse reaction’. But that’s not the same as a side effect caused by the vaccine.