Despite years of official government disinformation, which is reported in the documentaries, as to the safety and efficacy of the human anthrax vaccines and the use of the MF-59 Squalene adjuvant, these documentaries show that it is unlikely for these vaccines, as designed, to prevent inhalation anthrax disease, without first causing harm through the onset of cancers and auto-immune diseases, like A.L.S., depression, chronic fatigue, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, giant cell arteritis, vasculitis, Crohn's disease, Sjogren's syndrome, and Raynaud's syndrome.
In 1998, this government vaccine program severely injured over 1,500 Israeli Defense Force soldiers during the OMER 2 anthrax vaccine trials, which were conducted jointly with the U.S. Army and USAMRIID under the supervision of Dr. Bruce Ivins, the F.B.I.'s primary suspect for the 2001 Anthrax Letters Case.
Israel's Ha'aretz newspaper continues to track this major Israeli vaccine injury case as it continues in hearings at Israel's High Court, because the injured have been denied compensation by their own government since the IDF soldiers were "volunteers."
Today, the human anthrax vaccine remains a mandatory inoculation for all U.S. forces deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan, with little change to its formulation or design, as reported by Armed Forces News.
According to the documentary's findings, the anthrax vaccine has the ability to turn the h
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