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Vaccines cause SIDS
Even the CDC admits that vaccines can cause serious brain injury and death. Is it any surprise that vaccines can cause sudden infant deaths too?
In this article, I’ll present just a few simple examples that demonstrate that vaccines cause SIDS. If vaccines don’t cause SIDS, these data points are hard to explain away. And note that “they” never show you their data points measuring the same thing that show an opposite result!!
Is vaccination the only cause of SIDS? No. I don’t claim that. I only claim if you delay or eliminate vaccination, SIDS rates go down.
Also, given that vaccination overall produces kids who are less healthy, arguing whether vaccines cause SIDS is academic. There are many other reasons to avoid vaccination entirely.
Stop or delay vaccination —> SIDS decreases dramatically
If you stop vaccinating, or simply delay when vaccines are given to kids, the rate of SIDS goes down. See this article.
CDC paper admits that vaccines can cause brain damage and death
See this section in my previous Substack article for the CDC study and be sure to read all the highlighted sections in this excellent Substack article about the CDC paper.
It basically says the vaccine led to brain inflammation which then led either to permanent brain injury or death.
Thus, we meet the “biological plausibility” condition in the Bradford Hill criteria with this paper.
But we didn’t even need that. The fact that people are hard to kill and that injecting a foreign substance directly into your body (bypassing your normal protection mechanisms) could kill you isn’t much of a stretch for most people.
SIDS is much more likely to happen right after vaccination
SIDS seems to happen more often after vaccination, especially if more vaccines are given such as in the example at the start of the article.
Here are some anecdotes which appear to be credible because they are consistent with the evidence I’ve collected and because the sources appear to be credible as well. You can choose to believe them or not. If you choose not to believe these stories and you have comparable credible evidence that negates these anecdotes, I’d like to see it.
My previous article about SIDS
Read the comments in my previous article which talks about SIDS.
My survey results of parents of kids who died from SIDS confirm it was MUCH more likely to happen after a shot than before a shot
Here is my survey.
Here are the results. It is most interesting to read the Notes section written by the parents. I have the contact information for all the parents who responded. There was one gamed entry which I deleted.
I wish someone would replicate this survey, but nobody seems to be interested in doing that. They all want to tell me that my survey is bad, but nobody wants to show the CORRECT results. The lack of interest in doing the “correct” survey tells you everything you need to know, doesn’t it?
The results of my survey show the odds of getting SIDS a month before the shot vs. a month after a shot are 2:32 or 1:16.
If the vaccines aren’t elevating the risk of SIDS, how do you explain this HUGE discrepancy?
Excellent Substack article from AMD on SIDS
Probably zero Amish babies have ever died of SIDS
I couldn’t find any SIDS in unvaccinated Amish kids either. Has anyone else?
The Bradford Hill criteria is widely recognized for establishing causality.
If all 5 Bradford Hill criteria are satisfied, you have causality.
We have causality as you can see from the evidence discussed in this article.
What do you think?
If you think vaccines aren’t a leading cause of SIDS, please tell us why in the comments!
The evidence I’m aware of shows unambiguously that vaccines cause SIDS.
Your interpretation may vary.