SANOFI PASTEUR NOW ADMITS VACCINE CAN MAKE YOU GO MAD
Sanofi Pasteur’s admission that its yellow fever vaccine can make people go mad has left me shocked and disgusted.
For two years Sanofi Pasteur not only denied there was any link between my husband’s mental illness and the vaccine. They deliberately lied.
Below is a picture of my husband in his bed at the locked-up psychiatric ward in Copenhagen. He is heavily sedated after having suffered another excruciating episode of anxiety and paranoia.
I have known all along that my husband’s case was not the only one.
I am in contact with a family, whose teenage-boy developed severe psychotic episodes within days of having the same vaccine as my husband had.
I am also in touch with the family of a sailor, a man in his prime, who should be getting married and starting his own family, but who is living at home with his elderly parents, struck down by mental problems that developed very shortly after he had the same vaccine as my husband had.
And then there is the lady in a northern country, who is either too frightened or too ashamed of the mental problems, that hit her like a thunderbolt after she had the Stamaril-vaccine, to speak to me.
Another brave woman wrote and told of her descent into a life of memory loss and unemployment after having Sanofi Pasteur’s Stamaril-vaccine. But, as she puts it: “At least I was never locked-up in a psychiatric hospital like your husband.”
Together with my husband all these people – and many more we never even hear about – are victims of a vaccine. They are overlooked figures in statistics, that glow about the success-rates of Sanofi Pasteur’s vaccines. Even though Sanofi Pasteur admits to “fever than 10 cases, including Mr Brabant’s relating to mental disorders” as they said in a statement, it is still too many.
Right from the beginning of my husband’s catastrophic dive into the darkest corners of a human mind, Sanofi Pasteur could have helped him. I alerted the pharmaceutical company on the day my husband was placed in a locked-up psychiatric hospital in Athens, Greece. Sanofi Pasteur asked for access to my husband’s doctors and I instantly granted it. They knew what was happening to him because – as they have now admitted – it had happened before.
Yet, they not only chose not to help. They lied to us.
It is hard to comprehend the kind of morals that seem to rule Sanofi Pasteur.
Does Jean-Paul Kress, president and CEO of the vaccine-manufacturer really get up every morning, look himself in the mirror and says: “Today, I am going to screw another victim of our vaccines into the ground.”
And does Richard Stubbins, head of Sanofi Pasteur’s U.K. operations have a daily goal of telling at least one lie in order to ensure that the company stays profitable?
I would not wish my husband’s mental nightmare on any of these gentlemen or one of their loved ones. That would simply be too cruel.
But I do want justice for my husband.