VaxXed Tour: Marcella on GARDASIL – powerful video!

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If you have not seen it yet, please watch it!

This video should be watched by every mother and father of every young athlete! It’s so important and could prevent you from experiencing a heart-braking disaster.

The Vaxxed bus makes a special stop in Fort Wayne, Indiana to talk to Independent Researcher Marcella Piper-Terry about Merck’s Gardasil vaccine. Interview by Polly Tommey and camera by Joshua Coleman and Anu Vaidya with editing by Joshua Coleman.

Gardasil side effects in the video – excerpts:

Dizziness, massive pain from the legs, inability to walk, burning pains in their head, Gardasil seizures.

Gardasil trials had no real placebo control group.

21 deaths in the vaccine group and 19 deaths in the aluminum adjuvant group. They are reacting to the aluminum because aluminum is neuro-toxic.

There is no safety data on Gardasil.

Many athletes have side effects from the Gardasil vaccination. POTS (*) causes them to faint, which is directly related to B1. B1 regulates blood pressure. Athletes use a lot of Thiamine (B1).

A NUTRITIONAL STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC ATHLETES: “… The study indicates that athletes should pay particular attention to the adequacy of their thiamine intake. …”

Please also read:

Gardasil should not be the end of your career as an athlete!
Gardasil should not be the end of your career as an athlete!
  • * = POTS (Postural Tachycardia Syndrome) is a form of dysautonomia that affects the flow of blood through the body, thereby causing dizziness when standing. Technically, someone has POTS if their heart rate increases by 30 beats per minute or their heart rate is greater than 120 beats per minute within 10 minutes of standing up.
  • The autonomic nervous system regulates involuntary actions that allow the body to function. When we stand, for example, the body needs to accommodate an entire set of processes to allow this. Upon standing, a significant amount of blood automatically falls to the lower body. Autonomic reflexes ensure that blood gets appropriately distributed to the upper body by changes such as muscle tone, vessel tone, heart rate, and pumping responses in the heart. More…


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