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The "banned" documentary that features three vaccine safety whistleblowers is now available online!
Considering the devastating revelations of the CDC whistleblower, and the explosive expansion of autism diagnoses, the topic of vaccine safety (or lack thereof) has never been more controversial.
Indeed, there is a concerted effort within the mainstream media to characterize simply reporting on vaccine safety issues as "dangerous," or "irresponsible."
Last month, we reported on “Man Made Epidemic”, a European production shot in the UK, Germany, Belgium and Italy, which experienced the same censorship and vilification as “Vaxxed” with Tribeca. The film was also pulled from a famous film festival in London a few weeks ago because of intense outside pressure.
We believe that “Man Made Epidemic” is a timely and important film that contributes to the discussion regarding vaccine safety.
“Man Made Epidemic” will help parents, physicians and other concerned audiences to make more fully informed decisions regarding whether to vaccinate or not, featuring interviews with no less than three vaccine safety whistle blowers. We should also remind our audience that GreenMedInfo.com has a Vaccine Research dashboard that can be used for making informed decisions about the true risks associated with vaccination.
Man Made Epidemic: Available To View Via Online Streaming
The good news is that you don't have to wait for its theatrical release, which may or may not materialize, because it is being made available now via online streaming. [use the coupon code AX690 for 30% off until July 11th]. This will enable anyone in the world to learn from and support independent documentary work that touches on topics the mainstream media, by the very nature of its funding, can not and will not report on.
The film premiered on the 25th of June at the Curzon Soho in London and John Stone (age of autism) wrote the following:
Natalie Beer set out as a mother to investigate what the safest course for her children would be, and obtained interview footage from many quarters (it is said over a thousand hours edited down to an hour and a half). No one is caricatured or ridiculed, nor does she decide not to vaccinate, but rather to proceed with extreme caution. The impression is that even with a polite and deferential approach the reality that things were not quite as they should be was inescapable – the autism epidemic could not be explained away. Beer had found more than was comfortable.”
While characterized by the media as an "anti-vaxxer," Director Natalie Beer has clarified the actual nature of her views:
- Pro safe vaccines
- Pro health
- Pro honest information
- Pro unbiased science
- Pro transparency concerning vaccine side effects
- Pro parental decision & rights regarding vaccination
We are grateful collaborators with “Man Made Epidemic” and hope that many of you will watch this film and recommend it to young families and doctors. To make man made epidemic widely accessible and affordable to a large audience , use the special GreenMedinfo exclusive promotion code:
With this code you will be able to stream the film online for only 6.99 Dollars instead of 9.99 Dollars.
This exclusive offer will only be available until Monday the 11th of July 2016 12am (NYC time).
Some impressions from the premiere: http://man-made-epidemic.com/impressions-of-the-premiere/
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Toddlers to be taught about cross-dressing in controversial sex ed program
Susie O’Brien, Sunday Herald Sun
TODDLERS will be taught about sex, sexuality and cross-dressing in a controversial national program being rolled out at childcare centres and kindergartens next month.
Educators will be encouraged to use dress-ups to explain cross-dressing to kids and may even take group tours of the opposite sex’s toilets as part of the Start Early initiative.
Teachers will use material provided by Early Childhood Australia, and books such as the book Children’s Sexual Development and Behaviour: Pants Aren’t Rude, by Pam Linke.
Suggestions in the book include teaching about sexuality in a positive way as a healthy part of life, ensuring children aren’t forced to kiss anyone they don’t want to and letting children know that “all parts of their body are good”.
Early Childhood Australia spokeswoman Clare McHugh said the program would reduce domestic violence because “rigid views on gender” were associated with violence and domestic violence.
“Children are sexual beings and it’s a strong part of their identity, and it is linked to their values and respect,” she said.
It comes after the federal government ordered a review of a Safe Schools program for secondary students including lessons on how to bind breasts and tuck in male genitalia.
Ms McHugh said the program was designed to “use everyday moments and interactions” to teach respect, ability and making choices.
“The underlying message is to value difference and be open to difference,” she said.
Dr Anne Kennedy, chairperson of Community Childcare Victoria, said there would be a “wide take-up” in Victoria.
She said the material would be handled sensitively and parents would be consulted.
“Educators deal with these issues all the time and the resources help them do better in the way they respond — in a developmentally and culturally responsible way,” she said.
The Black Sheep tries to warn its friends with the truth it has seen, unfortunately herd mentality kicks in for the Sheeple, and they run in fear from the black sheep and keep to the safety of their flock.
Having tried to no avail to awaken his peers, the Black Sheep have no other choice but to unite with each other and escape the impending doom.
What color Sheep are you?