Honesty Versus Policy: Vaccines And The Medical System with Dr. Suzanne Humphries
Posted on May 9th, 2016

On today's show, Dr. Suzanne Humphries discusses vaccine safety. She details her experiences working as a hospital nephrologist and the effects hospital vaccinations were having on her kidney patients. She covers a bit of the history of vaccination.  Her research into the cancer causing monkey virus, SV40, has revealed that this virus has not been eliminated, that it is still with us, and evidence points to its contamination of the vaccine seed stock. She explains vaccine adjuvants, in particular aluminum, and its effects on the human body when injected. She discusses how vaccines are evaluated for safety, explains the methods employed and how they fall far short of securing the safety of the public. It is an interview not to be missed.


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7 Comments

Vince - June 11th, 2015 at 5:23 AM
There is no honesty in vaccine policy because, like with many issues, money and the corporatization of government have destroyed it. Thanks for having the guts to air Dr. Humphries, vaccine policy has become somewhat of a 3rd rail in the media. I wish more of us on the left would open our eyes and ACTUALLY look into it, not just repeat what's heard on mainstream TV. "Anti-vaxxers" are neither crazy nor stupid. This issue is not bound by party or ideology, although I would argue it's worsened by policies that a revolving door between corporations and government.
Jeanette - June 14th, 2015 at 1:18 PM
Thank you Bonnie for this excellent interview with Dr. Humphries; and thanks, too, for the recent interview with Gary Null on the subject of vaccines. Thank you, Dr. Humphries for your research, your courage, and your ongoing efforts to tell the truth about vaccines and educate those who are willing to listen.
sleapieneet - June 15th, 2015 at 7:56 PM
I'm concerned about the inappropriate response to Bonnie's courage in discussion of vaccine fraud and misrepresentation by KPFA (and the other Pacifica affiliates). Their censorship and reactionary behavior violate the founding principles of Pacifica (not the first time) and suggest hidden collaboration with corporate/governmental tyranny. If they can't foster open discourse and scientific integrity they are useless. This may suggest why listenership and pledges are off. And there is certainly no need for Pacifica to host vaccine defenders because that element already dominates in MSM. Gary Null can debate these liars at PRN, but I'm tired of their propaganda.
Paul - June 18th, 2015 at 4:26 AM
I wish sleapieneet would have the simple courtesy to explain to the rest of us what he is talking about. I am aware of no inappropriate response to Bonnie/Vaccines mounted at KPFA and there is none in the comments. Is he just a Pacifica hating troll trying to have another go at Bonnie's expense? Using arcane acronyms like MSM and PRN seems like part of his program to obfuscate his charges and leave the rest of us wondering if we are just in the dark. Unless he can find a clear narrative to use without obscurity, I suggest we all just ignore him.
Tony - June 18th, 2015 at 9:05 AM
Paul,
Gun and Butter was censored by KPFA when attempting to bring Gary Null on to discuss this issue. You can read more about it at: http://gunsandbutter.org/blog/2015/06/03/guns-and-butter-uncensored-an-interview-with-gary-null-ph-d-on-vaccines-and-sb277-part-two and http://gunsandbutter.org/blog/2015/05/20/guns-and-butter-uncensored-an-interview-with-gary-null-ph-d-on-vaccines-and-sb277-part-one
Nicky Lucero-Tenney - June 18th, 2015 at 8:08 AM
It was a wonderful interview and I applaud it! Thank you for covering this very important topic. I suggest an expansive investigation into the even more hideous issue related to vaccines and that is the mandating of them that is imminent in California as well as other states and possibly in the entire nation. Whatever anyone believes about vaccines, taking away rights to force citizens to get them is more than alarming. And the corruption of some California legislatures that really is happening in relation to passing these bills in California is also more than alarming. As a KPFA member for many years now, I am actually quite upset that SB277 and SB792 are not getting much coverage on the station. My husband is a relatively new KPFA member and neither one of us can understand the silence. As far as we can see, KPFA fears no issue, save for this one, and we are mystified as to why. So, again, thank you Bonnie, for this interview. Your questions were very insightful and spot on. And thank you to the KPFA news crew who at least provides updates on SB277. Also, I heard that one of the Spanish speaking shows on KPFK covered the bills the other night. Thank you for being fearless and for making us a stronger democracy with the kind of discourse your show runs every program.
jennifer07 - September 17th, 2015 at 5:03 AM
WOW! Thank you all so much. I love our community of art educators!

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