Is this why vaccine pushers are such mean people? New vaccine study concludes that they cause antisocial behavior


Vaccine skepticism is heavily discouraged by the establishment, but research discrediting the myth of vaccine safety continues to pile up. A newly published study has found a link between vaccination and changes to the brain and behavior in animals. Among the results, scientist have found that vaccines with aluminum adjuvants can trigger antisocial behavior, aggression and possible damage to the central nervous system.

While vaccine propagandists will find any way they can to ignore this stunning research, or downplay its findings, the sad truth is that vaccines are not even close to being as “safe” as the pharmaceutical industry would like for you to believe. There are countless stories from parents whose children have been permanently harmed by vaccines, and their stories have been suppressed by a corrupt medical dictatorship. Indeed, anyone who contradicts the pro-vaccine narrative is a prime target for censorship and mockery — regardless of whether they are the parent of a vaccine-injured child or a scientist reporting an inconvenient truth.

Vaccines tied to antisocial behavior

Researchers from the Universities of Zaragoza and Navarra, located in Spain, recently published shocking vaccine research in the journal Pharmacological Research.

The team sought to investigate cognitive and behavioral changes associated with vaccination — particularly, vaccination with an aluminum adjuvant — in sheep. Twenty-one male lambs were divided into three groups. Group A was the control, while Group B received vaccines and Group C was given the aluminum adjuvant only. A total of 16 shots were administered across a 349-day period.

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This may sound like a lot, but infants actually receive a similar number of shots during the first year of life at the behest of the CDC. Its estimated that human children receive 49 vaccines by the age of six.

As Natural Health 365 reports, the Spanish researchers noted a number of disturbing changes in the lambs from groups B and C. Decreased “affiliative interactions” with their flocks and general antisocial behavior and increased compulsive eating were consistently observed. The sheep also became more aggressive and displayed worrying behaviors like wool biting — literally biting off wool from other lambs.

The team also noted excessive and increased excitatory behaviors, such as restless and repetitive pacing. These symptoms can also be a sign of stress or central nervous system damage, sources say.

Lambs who were injected with the adjuvant or received it via vaccine also displayed higher levels of cortisol in their blood — an indicator of high stress.

Evidence of harm

Perhaps even more astounding was the finding that lambs in Group B,who received the full vaccine cocktail, displayed more pronounced behavior changes than their peers in Group C, who just got injected with the adjuvant.

While it may seem counter-intuitive, it would appear that when aluminum adjuvants are combined with the rest of a vaccine, the ingredients act in concert to create even more damage.

Past research has linked vaccine adjuvants to a number of ill effects. In 2018, researchers from Zabludowicz Center for Autoimmune Diseases in Tel-Hashomer, Israel, took an in-dept look at Autoimmune Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants, or “ASIA,” — a syndrome first identified by esteemed immunologist Yehuda Shoenfeld.

“Vaccines and autoimmunity are linked fields,” the researchers state, noting that the autoimmunity caused by vaccines can be highly debilitating or even lethal. The scientists say that aluminum adjuvants are particularly problematic, because aluminum can persist in the body for about a decade. The team further posited that repeated exposure to aluminum adjuvants can cause damaging inflammation — perhaps that’s why unvaccinated kids are healthier.

Given what was just observed in sheep, it would seem this hypothesis isn’t too far off base. While the corrupt vaccine industry likes to pretend animal studies are worthless, the fact of the matter is that scientists test on animals to see what effects something may have on humans. Pretending that animal testing serves any other purpose is a total farce. Real science shows that vaccines can, and do, cause harm.

See more coverage of vaccine truth at Vaccines.news.

Sources include:

NaturalHealth365.com

CDC.gov

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