WWII Military Handbook Reveals Pesticide Chemicals Used In Infant Vaccines
A United States military handbook published in 1946 shows chemical compounds used in formulating the pesticide DDT are currently injected into babies.
The handbook entitled, “DDT and Other Insecticides and Repellents”, reveals Triton X-100, Tween 20, and Tween 80 were used as major components of spraying operations of DDT. Their stated purpose was to prevent separation of ingredients and increase absorption of DDT.
A major twist to the story is revealing the company owning the patent for DDT. More on that later.
Page 70 of the document states, “The studies of emulsifers have been confined primarily to their effects on the skin, since there is no hazard from ingestion and little from skin absorption and inhalation. They have also been studied to some extent from the standpoint of their relationship to increased absorption of DDT. All of those studied present little or no hazard under the conditions of use recommended, and have been approved for that purpose so far as the toxicology is concerned.” [emphasis mine]
Scientific studies on Triton X-100 and Tween 80 actually prove the statement above to be untrue, which would likely explain why studies were limited to only the effects on the skin.
Triton X-100 and Tween 80 actually cause cell suicide, called apoptosis.
Mixtures were sprayed directly onto vegetables and crops during the height of the polio epidemic in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
“What vaccines are these chemicals in?”
As a concerned parent, you may be wondering what vaccines contain these chemicals. The Centers for Disease Control website shows the chemicals mentioned above are in the following vaccines:
Tween 20 (Polysorbate 20)
- Hepatitis A (Havrix)
- Hepatitis A-B (Twinrix)
Tween 80 (Polysorbate 80)
- DtaP (Infanrix, Tripedia)
- DtaP-HebB-IPV (Pediarix)
- DtaP-Hib (TriHIBit)
- Human Papillomavirus (Gardasil)
- Influenza (Fluarix)
- Rotavirus (RotaTeq)
- Tdap (Adacel, Boostrix)
- Influenza (Fluarix, Fluzone)
If you decide to bring this list to your doctor to educate him/her, prepare to be disappointed. Medical professionals are trained to ignore mothers concerned about vaccines. They parrot the following phrase: “The poison is in the dose.”
In their arrogance, their response will go something like this, “It is just ridiculous to worry about such a tiny dose of something so innocuous.”
If you want to read how most medical personnel are putting your baby in jeopardy, read on.
“What can these chemicals do to my child?”
What can these chemicals do to your child? A parent would think finding information on the safety record of Triton X-100, Tween 20, and Tween 80 would be easily available – but this isn’t the case.
What I discovered was shocking.
Tween 80 and Triton X-100 can:
- Be used in pharmaceuticals to deliver nano-particles to the brain because they cross or disrupt the Blood Brain Barrier – which protects the brain.
- Suppress the immune system
- Promote epileptic seizures in rats
- Accelerate the development of female organs in rats
- Trigger cell death or ‘suicide’ called apoptosis
- Cause cancer in rats at the injection site
- Damage and promote intestinal damage in rats
- Cause bleeding disorders, kidney failure, liver failure, and death in infants who received a vitamin E product combined with Tween 80
- Possibly promote viral or bacterial infections
- Break down Red Blood Cells
- Cause damage to the heart when injected into rats
To minimize the above information, you may hear arguments about the chemicals being safe because they are in hand soaps, ice cream, and in our lungs (natural surfactant).
For the record, I’ve never seen a mother feeding or injecting a newborn with soap or ice cream. My word of advice to mothers is follow your intuition and ask a lot of questions.
“Do pharmaceutical companies really care about my child?”
After many parents read vaccine ingredients, they may ask, “Pharmaceutical companies really care about my child’s health, don’t they?”
Pharmaceutical companies have yet to explain how injecting such toxic substances into a baby actually makes them healthier. You’ll see how they have known about this information for some time.
Consider page 71 of the handbook cautioning, “It should be clearly kept in mind that most of the substances under consideration are poisonous. If they were not, they would probably be useless against the insects for which they are recommended. Therefore, the recommendations for the proper use of these substances should be followed. Careless, unnecessary exposure and misuse is [sic] fraught with hazard.”
Here is the twist I promised.
Using the chemicals in vaccines is easily understood by looking at who owns the patent for DDT.
On page 3 of the handbook it states, “The Geigy company holds the patents on the use of the compound [DDT] as an insecticide. The United States patent is No. 2,329,074, issued September 7, 1943, to Paul Müller.” [emphasis mine]
Geigy company is now known as Novartis Pharmaceuticals, a vaccine manufacturer.
What does it all mean?
In a nutshell, the same companies who formulated and patented DDT, are putting the same industrial chemicals in childhood vaccines. To add insult to injury, their public relations campaigns brainwash doctors and the scientific community into believing that injecting babies, even in small amounts with these chemicals, is somehow okay. Even more bizarre are claims chemicals such as Triton X-100 or Tween 80 are involved in promoting health!
Mothers should carefully read the vaccine inserts and investigate vaccines before allowing physicians to inject their children with toxic chemicals that could permanently injure their children for life.
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Pesticide Chemicals Are In Vaccines
“DDT and Other Insecticides and Repellents”. Miscellaneous Publication No. 606, United States Department of Agriculture. Issued August 1946.