The Internet Facilitates Child Abuse but Censors Natural Health
By TLB Contributing Partner: Christina England, BA, Hons
Recently, in response to information about adverse reactions to vaccinations, natural health products and practices such as homeopathy have been censored, in what appears to be a bid to cover up the truth and promote multiple vaccinations as the body’s first line of defense against disease.
Many of the websites where I previously published my articles have been either taken down or banned for spreading so-called ‘misinformation’ about adverse reactions to vaccines. Many of these websites have also been banned from advertising natural health products, such as vitamins, CBD oil, silicon-rich mineral water, magic mineral solution, and natural therapies.
Websites such as Health Impact News, Arnica, VacTruth, Vaccine Impact, Learn the Risk, Natural News and GreenMedInfo are becoming more and more difficult to find. Many emails that we have been regularly receiving from these websites have been relegated to our spam folder, in the hope that we will not find and read them.
In a further bid to try to prevent us from learning about the possible dangers of vaccinations, YouTube, Google and social media platforms such as Facebook have also joined in the war to hide any information that they deem to be unsuitable from their websites.
Professionals such as Brandy Vaughan, Larry Cook, Kerri Rivera, Anna Watson, Dr. Suzanne Humphries and Sallie Elkordy are finding that their posts and valuable information about the dangers of vaccinations are being removed from Facebook and that they are being banned for daring to voice their opinions.
Amazon has also been removing books and DVDs that they deem to be anti-vaccination or pro-natural health from their website. One of the books that was recently removed by Amazon, is Healing the Symptoms of Autism by Kerri Rivera.
Although the book can still be found on Goodreads, we would be interested to know why Amazon decided to ban valuable information on the CD Protocol, written by such a dedicated professional as homeopath Kerri Rivera.
We find this to be especially interesting, as the protocol was invented by Rivera to reverse many of the debilitating symptoms of autism and many other disabilities which Rivera believes can be caused by vaccination.
A Growing Number of Homeopaths Under Attack
We also find it interesting that Rivera is one of a growing number of homeopaths who has been attacked by The Times newspaper over the years. According to our research, another homeopath was also recently attacked and discredited by The Times for speaking out about the dangers of vaccination.
In a recent article by The Times, author Harry Shukman wrote a particularly disturbing article claiming that homeopath and general practitioner (GP), Dr. Jayne Donegan had been advising parents to falsify their children’s medical records in a bid to avoid vaccination.
Shukman stated that:
“Jayne Donegan, a GP based in London, regularly hosts paid events for parents and gives discredited advice about children’s vaccines, claiming they are filled with poisonous chemicals, contrary to accepted research and General Medical Council (GMC) guidance.
She told a parents’ group that included an undercover reporter how to falsify a personal child health record, or red book, which contains vaccine history and are checked by schools and GPs.”
This is not only shocking, but, if true, something completely out of character for Dr. Donegan, especially since I have attended many of her lectures myself and know that this is something that she would be very unlikely to advise parents to do.
We contacted Dr. Donegan and asked her if she was willing to comment on Mr. Shukman’s article.
In response to our email, Dr. Donegan gave The Liberty Beacon permission to publish the following email response and statement which she had sent to The Times.
She began her email by stating that:
“I am not happy with the statements you have sent. They are your inadequate interpretation of your snippets of a lecture lasting two hours which you claim you attended. These are public lectures. What you write are cherry-picked inaccurate interpretations taken out of context from someone who attended a lecture for the purpose of attacking what I tell the audience for a news story which will mislead the public. What you are doing and how you are conducting yourself is not in the public interest. I have included some context in my statement below in the inadequate time you have allowed for comment. If you do not include my right to reply statement in full I will be forced to sue as you will be seriously misrepresenting me.”
Dr. Donegan also wrote:
It is a matter of public record that I am the only qualified medical practitioner in the UK whose medical advice on vaccination has been proven in an extensive examination to a standard of beyond a reasonable doubt before an English legal tribunal to be sound and based on peer reviewed scientific and medical journal published literature (GMC 2007). This case took three years to prepare for with nine complex medical expert reports of five medical experts and nearly 400 peer-reviewed scientific and medical journal sources.
The General Medical Council, the British Medical Association and the Royal College of General Practitioners all require informed consent. The Montgomery Ruling of 2015 made this law. No doctor can ethically deny that children can suffer ‘serious, life-changing adverse reactions’ to vaccines. Every doctor is duty-bound to advise the patient, or if a child, the child’s parent, and obtain fully informed consent.
For the last 20 years, parents have brought their vaccine-injured children to me. These parents are not ‘anti-vaxx.’ They took their children for their immunisations, and as does happen – as listed in the Patient Information Leaflets – their previously healthy children suffered irreparable harm. Doctors and the authorities know this does happen. Instead of embracing these parents and children, making provisions for them and admitting fault, they do everything in their power to gaslight them. I, and other concerned health professionals, are trying to help, including ensuring parentscan have independent, objective, unbiased advice on the risks and benefits of vaccination compared to not vaccinating so they can give informed consent to vaccination. I do not advise parents to not vaccinate nor do I advise that in my capacity as a medical doctor.
The health authorities want us to endorse vaccines, which I would be happy to do if there were a system in place that identified susceptible children or recognised damaged children. While they are treated no better than collateral damage, my conscience will not allow me to stop discussing the cons as well as the pros.
Large numbers of children and adults developed narcolepsy following flu vaccination (Pandemrix) in 2009. In autumn 2018, the BMJ published two highly critical peer-reviewed papers asking why the narcolepsy was not spotted earlier by the MHRA and regarding the adverse effects of the HPV vaccine administered to girls at school.
The UK has a Vaccine Damage Payment Unit. Since 1978, the VDPU had paid out £74 million by 2017 to vaccine-injured children (freedom of information response). This 1970s temporary scheme has not been replaced. Only those 60% or more disabled qualify. This, provided they had not died before two years of age. Those less than 60% disabled or dead before two receive nothing. Their parents get no acknowledgement from government nor comfort for the loss.
In the USA, approximately US$4.2 billion has been paid to children injured by vaccines since 1988. All major countries have compensation schemes because vaccines are capable of causing considerable harm. No doctor can deny this.
Donegan concluded her powerful statement with a selection of links and papers to prove every single one of her claims.
We found it interesting that The Times failed to mention the fact that Dr. Donegan was not only a GP, but also a homeopath. This raises the question as to whether or not this was the real reason why they decided not only to discredit Dr. Donegan but report her to the General Medical Council. Donegan has been speaking out about the dangers of vaccinations for many years and this was far from her first paid event on the subject.
The Liberty Beacon found The Times article not only to be inaccurate in many of their statements, but also grossly exaggerated. Shukman appeared to be more concerned about the fact Dr. Donegan was an avid supporter of Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a doctor who also had his career destroyed by The Times, than he was about researching the facts about vaccination.
This leaves us at The Liberty Beacon to assume that The Times are being financed by Big Pharma; why else would they appear to make a career out of attacking leading professionals who speak out about the danger of vaccines?
The Times Strikes Again
In April 2019, The Times attacked the work of aluminum expert Professor Christopher Exley.
They wrote that:
“A controversial British academic who claims childhood vaccines can cause autism has been blocked from raising research funds after protests by other scientists.
Professor Chris Exley, of Keele University, infuriated health experts by telling parents the aluminium in vaccines given to babies to protect them from diseases such as whooping cough, and in the human papillomavirus vaccine given to teenagers, may cause “severe and disabling” autism.”
“It echoes the “anti-vax” controversy surrounding Andrew Wakefield, whose 1998 claim that the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine caused autism led to a fall in immunisation rates.”
However, we found it interesting that The Times provided little evidence to support their claims, and although they referenced Exley’s paper, which outlined a link between the extraordinarily large amounts of aluminum found in the brain tissue of five patients who died with autism, it appears that The Times failed to research the paper in full.
If they had bothered to actually read the paper, they may have discovered that at no time did Exley and his team categorically state that childhood vaccines cause autism.
Taking all of this information into consideration, it appears that the message is clear: if you speak out about the dangers of vaccines, be prepared to be censored.
Anti-Vaxxers are Being Censored, Yet Our Children Are Just One Click Away from a Child Abuser
Whilst speaking out about the dangers of vaccination is off the menu, it appears that our children remain just one click away from a child predator.
According to our findings, many of the websites that ban us from mentioning adverse reactions to vaccines appear to be turning a blind eye when it comes to pedophiles trawling the Internet, looking for their next fix of sexual pleasure or the next innocent victim to sexually abuse.
In a recent article, published in November 2019, the New York Times described the harrowing story of two sisters living in fear of being recognized.
They wrote that:
“The two sisters live in fear of being recognized. One grew out her bangs and took to wearing hoodies. The other dyed her hair black. Both avoid looking the way they did as children.
Ten years ago, their father did the unthinkable: He posted explicit photos and videos on the internet of them, just 7 and 11 at the time. Many captured violent assaults in their Midwestern home, including him and another man drugging and raping the 7-year-old.”
Sadly, their nightmare did not stop there. Although their abusers were eventually jailed for their crimes, images and videos of these innocent children are still being shared on the Internet today.
The New York Times stated that:
“This year alone, photos and videos of the sisters were found in over 130 child sexual abuse investigations involving mobile phones, computers and cloud storage accounts.
The digital trail of abuse — often stored on Google Drive, Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive — haunts the sisters relentlessly, they say, as does the fear of a predator recognizing them from the images.”
In a shocking revelation, the authors of the article stated that:
“This year alone, photos and videos of the sisters were found in over 130 child sexual abuse investigations involving mobile phones, computers and cloud storage accounts.”
The authors believe that not enough is being done to protect our children and they stated that:
“Amazon, whose cloud storage services handle millions of uploads and downloads every second, does not even look for the imagery. Apple does not scan its cloud storage, according to federal authorities, and encrypts its messaging app, making detection virtually impossible. Dropbox, Google and Microsoft’s consumer products scan for illegal images, but only when someone shares them, not when they are uploaded.
And other companies, including Snapchat and Yahoo, look for photos but not videos, even though illicit video content has been exploding for years. (When asked about its video scanning, a Dropbox spokeswoman in July said it was not a “top priority.” On Thursday, the company said it had begun scanning some videos last month.)”(own emphasis)
Facebook is another company found to be cherry picking their content. In an article published in 2017 by The Guardian, author Nick Hopkins wrote:
“Facebook’s secret rules and guidelines for deciding what its 2 billion users can post on the site are revealed for the first time in a Guardian investigation that will fuel the global debate about the role and ethics of the social media giant.
The Guardian has seen more than 100 internal training manuals, spreadsheets and flowcharts that give unprecedented insight into the blueprints Facebook has used to moderate issues such as violence, hate speech, terrorism, pornography, racism and self-harm.”
We believe that what these manuals revealed was truly shocking.
According to their report, one source told The Guardian that Facebook was unable to keep control of its content, stating that it has grown too big, too quickly.
Author Nick Hopkins stated that:
“The Guardian has seen documents supplied to Facebook moderators within the last year. The files tell them:
Remarks such as “Someone shoot Trump” should be deleted, because as a head of state he is in a protected category. But it can be permissible to say: “To snap a bitch’s neck, make sure to apply all your pressure to the middle of her throat”, or “fuck off and die” because they are not regarded as credible threats.
Videos of violent deaths, while marked as disturbing, do not always have to be deleted because they can help create awareness of issues such as mental illness.
Some photos of non-sexual physical abuse and bullying of children do not have to be deleted or “actioned” unless there is a sadistic or celebratory element.
Photos of animal abuse can be shared, with only extremely upsetting imagery to be marked as “disturbing”.
All “handmade” art showing nudity and sexual activity is allowed but digitally made art showing sexual activity is not.
Videos of abortions are allowed, as long as there is no nudity.
Facebook will allow people to livestream attempts to self-harm because it “doesn’t want to censor or punish people in distress”.
Anyone with more than 100,000 followers on a social media platform is designated as a public figure – which denies them the full protections given to private individuals.” (own emphasis)
As you can see, their ruling does little to protect innocent children from the sadistic material being shared on Facebook, nor does it protect them from the thousands of sexual predators trawling their pages.
Hopkins revealed that users of Facebook are permitted to use phrases such as ‘kick a person with red hair,’ and ‘let’s beat up fat kids’ but not ‘someone shoot Trump.’
He stated that:
“Monika Bickert, Facebook’s head of global policy management, said the service had almost 2 billion users and that it was difficult to reach a consensus on what to allow.”
This may well be true, but whilst Facebook appears to have immense difficulty reaching a consensus on what to allow on their website regarding child abuse, they do not appear to have much difficulty censoring information on adverse reactions to vaccination and anything else they deem to be ‘anti-vax’ in content.
We, at The Liberty Beacon believe that it’s a shame that technology companies enable child abusers to continue their crimes online, whilst the good, honest professionals who are trying to warn people about the possible dangers of vaccination are being destroyed and discredited.
About the Author, TLB Contributing Partner: Christina England was born and educated in London, U.K. She received an A Level in Psychology and a BTEC in Learning Disabilities. She has spent many years researching vaccines and adverse reactions. She has an HND in journalism and media and is currently writing for the American Chronicle, Green Med Info, The Liberty Beacon, the Weekly Blitz and Vaccination Truth on immunization safety and efficacy. Christina England has been a journalist since 2008. Her main areas of expertise are researching false accusations of child abuse and adverse reactions to vaccines. She has co-authored two books – Shaken Baby Syndrome or Vaccine Induced Encephalitis – Are Parents Being Falsely Accused? with Dr. Harold Buttram and Vaccination Policy and the UK Government: The Untold Truth with Lucija Tomljenovic PhD, which are sold on Amazon.
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