I am a filmmaker in the process of creating a documentary titled “SPOTTING THE TRUTH!” I need to connect with non vaccinating individuals who are seeking natural immunity to to the so called “childhood illnesses” of measles, mumps, chickenpox, and rubella for their families.

Interviews before, during, and after individuals or families have contracted any childhood illness are needed. The best possible scenario would be interviews directly after exposure and documenting progress through an illness. Interviews initiated during a childhood illness are, of course, also welcomed and vital for the success of this project.

All ages and family sizes are needed for the documentary. The public is waking up to vaccine dangers and the very real benefits of natural immunity. This is a very important project to help alleviate the fears of childhood illnesses once considered benign and necessary for proper immune development.

I am also seeking exposure to all childhood illnesses for myself, not only because I’ve never had a single childhood illness, but because I would never expect anyone to do anything I’m not willing to do myself. I plan on keeping a video diary of any experience and using it as part of the documentary, as well as writing daily blog and posting periodic progress reports on social media. My goal is to silence one of the biggest lies used to push vaccines: childhood illnesses are to be feared.

I also need to speak with the countless families and individuals who have been vaccine injured. Vaccine injuries are far too common and in my opinion happen 100% of the time following vaccination. While these injuries may not present themselves immediately they exist, as so many can attest to. These can include food allergies, physical and mental disability, chemical sensitivities, skin reactions, and the unthinkable–death!

I will also be talking to medical experts who are against vaccines and or the current vaccine schedule to get their expert opinions on the issue of vaccination as well as my documentary. I plan on doing this after I have completed every other aspect of the project.

Both the CDC and pharmaceutical companies have a damning paper trail, which combined with other parts of my project could end the vaccine lie once and for all, but I cannot do it alone.

Lastly, I need to explain that this project is being shot on mobile phones and consumer grade video equipment. Shooting the documentary in this fashion makes it possible to reach more people worldwide to tell their stories, and I can easily use my blog for updates on a regular basis.

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Mumps, such a silly word for a mild but painful illness that last a few days and then you are immune for life. For those who are new to my blog, I am a film maker working on a documentary titled “SPOTTING THE TRUTH!” which deals with natural immunity and vaccine injury. As the title of my blog post implies I am trying to catch the mumps!!!! I can almost hear the gasp, laughs, and insults flowing through my computer BUT if you give me a few I will explain….

Most people in America do not realise that a good portion of the world simply does not see the need to vaccinate for the mumps, and here in the United States there are outbreaks on college and university campuses each spring for the last four or five years, this mirrors a trend that has been happening in the UK over the last several years.


Anyone who is on twitter or facebook can see the angry post where people are blaming the non vaccinated but it seems they are ignoring the news reports that saying a large number of the people who are catching it are vaccinated.

There is another reason behind the sharp rise in mumps cases. Merck maker of the MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella) vaccine has been accused of lying about the effectiveness of the vaccine and is currently in the middle of a lawsuit. I am still asking myself why this is not being told to every person who is considering the vaccine.

As a person who supports the concept of natural immunity, I am a firm believer that it is best simply to get the mumps over and done with and enjoy knowing that once you have had it you will not get it again. One of the arguments used to promote the mumps vaccine is the concern over sterility for males after having the mumps. This is more or less an old wives tale. Mumps was considered a trivial illness before the push for the vaccine to be mandated.

“If total sterility as a consequence of orchitis were a significant threat, and if the mumps immunizations assured adult males that they would not contract it, I would be among those doctors who urge immunization. I’m not, because their argument makes no sense. Orchitis rarely causes sterility, and when it does, because only one testicle is usually affected, the sperm production capacity of the unaffected testicle could repopulate the world! And that’s not all. No one knows whether the mumps vaccination confers an immunity that lasts into the adult years. Consequently, there is an open question whether, when your child is immunized against mumps at fifteen months arid escapes this disease in childhood, he may suffer more serious consequences when he contracts it as an adult.”

There is another reason not to fear the mumps and for people to actually want to catch it. MUMPS MIGHT PREVENT SOME FORMS OF CANCER!

“Epidemiologic studies found childhood mumps might protect against ovarian cancer. To explain this association, we investigated whether mumps might engender immunity to ovarian cancer through antibodies against the cancer-associated antigen MUC1 abnormally expressed in the inflamed parotid gland.”

Knowing all of this I have to ask why a person would want to be vaccinated for the mumps, I mean sure it is not fun but neither is the common cold and we accept that as something you have to deal with.

One thing they are not totally honest about with the mumps vaccine here in the United States is that it can give you the mumps, or at least a mild form of it. The MMR is a live virus vaccine so one has to question if this version of the mumps is contagious. For me this is the deal breaker, if I am going to get sick I want something that is going offer me lasting immunity and that can only come from natural infection.

“About three to four weeks after having the MMR injection, one in 50 children develop a mild form of mumps. This includes swelling of the glands in the cheek, neck or under the jaw, and lasts for a day or two.”


As previously stated the mumps are a mild infection that most people handle rather well and when recovered have a lifetime of natural immunity. I thought it would be a good idea to hear from people who actually have the mumps.

The first mumps experience comes from a university student named Kyle who lives in the mid west United States. I have to say he was a real sport about this given the fact I am a pushy film maker / blogger.  His experience along with pictures and video are below.

“I am currently on day 6 of having the mumps. I have been vaccinated twice for the mumps and obviously they did not work. Last Thursday I woke up with what I thought was a sore throat until I saw my self in the mirror and noticed my neck was a bit swollen. I knew this could have been the mumps because a good friend of mine had the mumps at the time. So I went to the doctor and they confirmed I had the mumps. The doctor sent me home and told me to stay in my room for 5 days or until the swelling went down. Each day the swelling got worse until day 4 and since then it has gone slightly down each day. When the swelling was at its worst it was painful to eat it was like a burning feeling in the left side of my mouth, but soon enough I was to hungry not to care. I lost my voice on the third day because of the swelling. I also had some muscle aches in my back and shoulders. Another symptom I have is fatigue, I’ve been sleeping 12 plus hours every night which is way above normal for me.”–Kyle

Here is a video of Kyle’s mumps he is on day 6 and his face is swollen but he is in good spirits, I am fairly certain that unless this is the zombie virus he is going to be just fine!

So there you have it folks, this is what it is like to have the mumps, I will be keeping this blog post updated as more people tell me of their experiences. I will be doing similar blog post for the other childhood diseases, this will serve as a public archive and as a reminder to me to get my documentary done!

Now back to me wanting the mumps, I am actually trying to catch the mumps along with the other childhood diseases, I even missed out on chickenpox as a kid!

Check out the following link to learn more about my documentary “SPOTTING THE TRUTH!”

I will be doing similar blog posts for other childhood diseases, including chickenpox, measles, and rubella.

If you, or someone you know, currently has a childhood disease and is open to considering my exposure, please contact me. If anyone has had a childhood disease and is open to sharing their personal experiences, please consider giving an interview. Any/all identifying information will be kept strictly confidential at your request. Whether you support natural immunity, have personal experience with vaccine injury, or just want to help with my project, please feel free to contact me:


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Parents if you have children in CA they will be pressuring your children to get vaccines, they will be pressuring other kids to pressure your kids into be vaccinated.

NOW WE HAVE TO GO TO THE KIDS! I have been saying this for YEARS!!!! Kids need to be taught to refuse vaccines!!!!! Seriously, what can they do???? Have the police or a nurse hold down a older kid or teen????



WOW!!!!!!!! Voodoo science at its worst! All of the people who are getting the mumps in this outbreak have had 2 doses of the MMR. The funny thing is they are now just making it up as they go along and are claiming a person needs 3 doses if they live or work on a college campus. I heard the same crap a few years ago when there was an outbreak in NYC, a Dr was pushing a 3rd dose on teens and said he would like to see it become a 4 dose series or perhaps even more.

If anyone has any information on this outbreak please pass it my direction.



BERKELEY — Hundreds of UC Berkeley students and employees lined up outside the campus health center Thursday for free vaccinations after a mumps outbreak infected up to 20 students.

A spokeswoman for the health center said the university and state public-health officials expected to vaccinate more than 1,000 people by the time the clinic closed at 6 p.m. The university will hold another free clinic from noon to 6 p.m. Oct. 14.
The state Department of Public Health was monitoring the rare outbreak this week. A department spokesman said he had no update on the number of students infected. Seven cases had been confirmed and 13 other students were being tested.
Although health officials initially wondered whether the outbreak started with students who had not been vaccinated, a spokeswoman for the city of Berkeley said all the patients had received the two recommended doses before becoming ill. Three vaccinations are recommended for people living and working on college campuses, a city health official said.

This is EVIL! I think I am gonna be SICK!

PAY CLOSE ATTENTION! They are now openly advocating the promotion of vaccines through fear!

“One promising tactic is “social marketing” that promotes immunization based on emotion, rather than medicine’s traditional reliance on scientific evidence and authority”.

“Once physicians overcome parents’ hesitancy, advancing the schedule of dosing may further improve vaccine protection, according to two studies.

In one retrospective cohort study, reducing the interval between doses increased the number of children who got the full immunization regimen”

Novel Strategies to Keep Kids on Vaccination Track

By Crystal Phend, Staff Writer, MedPage Today
Published: May 05, 2009
Reviewed by Robert Jasmer, MD; Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, May 5 — Childhood immunization may be a victim of its own success, requiring guerilla tactics to get kids in for vaccination and keep them coming back, advocates say.

Vaccination has virtually eliminated some diseases, such as measles, that once killed thousands of children each year, said Matthew M. Davis, M.D., of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and Samir S. Shah, M.D., of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

But the very rarity of these diseases today makes it easier for parents to dismiss the risk — and give greater weight to the potential adverse effects of vaccination, they wrote in the May issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.

Their editorial highlighted several studies in a vaccination-themed journal issue designed to “set the stage for the next phase” in the fight against vaccine-preventable infections.

Action Points

Explain to interested patients that part of the hesitation of parents to vaccinate their children is because of lack of perceived risk of vaccine-preventable disease due to virtual elimination of these diseases.

Note that all the vaccines scheduled for age 2 months can be given at 6 weeks.

One promising tactic is “social marketing” that promotes immunization based on emotion, rather than medicine’s traditional reliance on scientific evidence and authority.

The authors say it can counter publicity from antivaccination forces who blame vaccinations for heartbreaking stories of children who develop autism or other problems.

Other strategies highlighted in the journal included:

Advancing the schedule of dosing to encourage parents to bring children in sooner

Pediatric office-based immunization of adults who have contact with young children

A reminder/recall system at pediatric practices to track immunization among high-risk children and help ensure they receive immunizations during times of vaccine shortage

Effective communication, to improve uptake of new vaccines-especially those with cultural sensitivities, such as the human papillomavirus vaccine

Sustained routine vaccination to maintain progress against disparities in vaccine-preventable diseases among American Indian and Alaskan Native children

Social Marketing to Fight Antivaccination Publicity

While unconventional, emotion-based marketing gets at the roots of “immunization hesitancy,” according to researchers led by Douglas J. Opel, M.D., of Seattle Children’s Hospital and the University of Washington in Seattle.

For example, they noted that heartbreaking individual stories of autism — purportedly linked to vaccinations — can be more compelling in swaying public opinion against vaccination than careful scientific studies of large populations of children.

“Multiple studies have found that a compelling story about a single victim is far more likely to move an audience to action than is the use of data,” Dr. Opel’s group wrote.

So to fight fire with fire, their group described an approach planned by the Washington State Department of Health to increase the state’s immunization rate, currently 46th among the states for the standard, 15-dose series.

The social marketing campaign will focus on parents who are expecting or have a child under 24 months old and are unsure whether to immunize their youngsters, or are intentionally delaying immunizations for nonmedical reasons.

Because concerned parents may value empathy, openness, and perceived honesty over medical expertise, the campaign will publicize the experience of a parent whose hesitation to vaccinate led to a child’s serious illness with a vaccine-preventable disease.

If possible, it will also include “a recognizable, respected public figure who has personal life experience with vaccine-preventable disease and is willing to advocate for immunization.”

Bringing children back sooner for repeat doses

Once physicians overcome parents’ hesitancy, advancing the schedule of dosing may further improve vaccine protection, according to two studies.

In one retrospective cohort study, reducing the interval between doses increased the number of children who got the full immunization regimen, and Daniel Bronson-Lowe, Ph.D., and Shoana M. Anderson, M.P.H., both of Arizona Department of Health Services in Phoenix, reported.

They reviewed the Arizona immunization registry for more than 45,000 children who got their initial diphtheria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis vaccine (DTaP) dose during a statewide pertussis outbreak.

Despite concerns over increasing the number of well-child visits and disrupting other vaccination schedules, reducing the DTaP interval to less than the standard eight weeks improved immunization rates compared with standard dosing as follows:

34% higher likelihood of all three DTaP doses (95% confidence interval 32% to 35%)

27% higher likelihood of all three doses of inactivated polio vaccine (95% CI 25% to 29%)

37% higher likelihood of all three doses of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (95% CI 35% to 39%)

In an editorial, Dr. Shah noted some of the increase in completion rate may have been attributed to parents who saw the risks of nonvaccination more clearly during the outbreak.

But he said noted that that other vaccines typically given at 2 months can be administered at 6 weeks as well.

Indeed, a second retrospective cohort study found that starting pneumococcal conjugate vaccination at 6 weeks of age rather than the standard 2 months could be expected to prevent even more disease.

Katherine A. Poehling, M.D., M.P.H., of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., and colleagues studied rates of pneumococcus before pneumococcal conjugate vaccine introduction in eight states.

They projected that earlier administration would reduce invasive pneumococcal disease in infants between 6 weeks and 2 months of age by 39.9% if the vaccine efficacy was 50%, and reduce the incidence by 56.0% and 72.1% at efficacies of 70% and 90%.

“As research for new and more effective vaccines continues, medical personnel must optimize the way they use existing vaccines,” Drs. Davis and Shah concluded.

Drs. Davis and Shah reported no conflicts of interest.

One of Dr. Opel’s co-authors reported owning a social marketing consulting firm, Social Marketing Services, Inc.

Dr. Bronson-Lowe and Anderson’s study was supported by a grant from the CDC. They reported no conflicts of interest.

Dr. Poehling’s study was supported by awards from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and by research funds from Roche and Wyeth to one of the co-authors. They reported no conflicts of interest.

Primary source: Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
Source reference:
Davis MM, Shah SS “Necessary innovations in immunization delivery” Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2009; 163: 483-85.

Additional source: Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
Source reference:
Opel DJ, et al “Social marketing as a strategy to increase immunization rates” Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2009; 163: 432-37.

Additional source: Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
Source reference:
Stancil JM, et al “Potential impact of accelerating the primary dose of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in infants” Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2009; 163: 422-25.

Bronson-Lowe D, Anderson SM “Effects of a minimum interval immunization schedule for diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccination during a pertussis outbreak” Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2009; 163: 417-21.

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Emergency measures are being implemented to halt UK measles outbreak

When will they stop injecting children with this poison?


Emergency measures are being implemented to halt a measles outbreak.

Health chiefs in London have ordered NHS trusts to offer MMR jabs in quick succession amid a surge in measles.

There have been over 200 cases in south east London in the first five months of this year. It comes after a record 1,000 were recorded nationally in 2007.

The Health Protection Agency said it hoped that offering the two jabs within months instead of two years apart would help stem the rise.

Similar steps were taken when there was a high concentration of cases in north London last year.


Measles is a highly infectious virus. It starts with a fever and conjunctivitis before a rash develops

The rash often lasts about a week and other complications can include pneumonia and diarrhoea

The MMR jab is used to immunise children against the disease

Before the triple vaccine was introduced in the late 1980s, there were 20 deaths a year on average in the UK

But since the early 1990s there has just been one in total

It is not known exactly what has caused the rise in cases, but take-up of MMR has struggled to recover from being linked to autism in the 1990s.

At least 95% of children need to have the triple-jab to create herd immunity to stop the disease spreading, but London in particular has struggled to reach that.

About three quarters of children across London have had the first jab which is given to babies at 13 months of age.

The second jab, offered to capture the one in 10 who do not get immunity by the first vaccination, is normally given before children start school.

But the Health Protection Agency has told the six trusts in south east London – Lewisham, Lambeth, Southwark, Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich – to give the second jab one to three months after the first.


HPA disease control expert Diana McInnes said: “The increase in measles cases is of concern and we know that large numbers of children are still not fully protected.

“In south east London we are encouraging parents to give the second MMR between one to three months after the first dose to protect their children.

“Children’s immune systems have a huge capacity and overloading them with the vaccination is not an issue.

“Our main focus is to remind people that they need two doses of the MMR vaccine to be fully protected.”

Health officials in Lewisham, which has had some of the highest rates of infection, is running special clinics to get every child under five immunised.

Parents of children between five and 16 who have not had the second jab are also being urged to go to their GP to get the jab.

A Lewisham PCT spokesman warned: “The disease is still spreading, particularly among school-age children.”
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Published: 2008/05/19 11:55:59 GMT


CDC lies about MEASLES outbreak

More proof the CDC is spinning this outbreak out of control in an effort to scare people into the MMR vaccine. When will the madness end?

Deja Vu: Spinning Measles

by Barbara Loe Fisher

Last week, CDC officials began spinning the significance of 64 cases of measles reported during the past four months in contrast to the 37 to 508 cases of measles reported annually between 1996 and 2006 in the U.S.. One-quarter (14) of the 64 children and adults who got measles in the past four months were hospitalized but there were no deaths.

A CDC press release and Fact Sheet revealed that nearly half of the 64 measles cases occurred in those too young to be vaccinated or whose vaccination status was not known. Only one fifth (14) of the cases were American children whose parents claimed a religious or personal belief exemption. This fact didn’t stop CDC officials from trying to blame the measles “outbreaks” on the exemption-takers by stating “These cases and outbreaks resulted primarily from failure to vaccinate, many because of religious or personal belief exemption.”

In addition, the CDC made the following undocumented statement: “Before the measles vaccination program, about 3- 4 million persons in the U.S. were infected each year, of whom 400 to 500 died, 48,000 were hospitalized, and another 1,000 developed chronic disability from measles encephalitis.” A quick look at the MMWR historical tables shows that the highest number of measles cases reported since 1945 in the U.S. was 763,094 cases reported in 1958.

What is the real story behind the hyping of 64 cases of measles and attempting to demonize parents who have taken religious or personal belief exemptions to vaccination? Are government health officials trying to deflect attention from the reality that even with a 95-100 percent measles vaccine uptake for children entering kindergarten in two- thirds of the states and a 92 to 95 percent vaccine uptake in all but four states, two doses of measles vaccine does not prevent measles from circulating in the population? Are they softening up the public for a future announcement insisting that a third dose of MMR vaccine must be mandated to “eradicate” measles?

After the first measles vaccine was licensed in 1963 and began to be used on a mass basis in the U.S., health officials estimated the herd immunity threshold was as low as 55 percent vaccine coverage in a population receiving one dose of measles vaccine. (free registration to Medscape required, or click here to view the Abstract in Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. 25(12):1093- 1101, December 2006) When that belief failed to “eradicate”measles, in 1971 the herd immunity estimate was raised to more than 90 percent coverage and the 1977 Childhood Immunization Initiative was launched with an aggressive enforcement of mandatory vaccination laws. However, by 1989 it was obvious that even with a 95 percent plus vaccination rate for children entering kindergarten in most states, measles was still circulating with about 55,000 cases reported between 1989 and 1991.

Without conducting a thorough investigation to find out why there were measles increases between 1989 and 1991 in a highly vaccinated population or why the measles being seen was unusually virulent, CDC officials announced that all children must get a second dose of measles vaccine. But measles infections persisted and, in 1995, the National Vaccine Information Center reported on informed consent violations and child deaths in a large worldwide high titer measles vaccine experiment in which a very potent experimental measles vaccine was given to children under six months old to try to over- ride maternal antibodies. By 1998, eight distinct genetic groups of wild type measles were identified worldwide in vaccinated and unvaccinated populations.

By 2006, vaccine developers had raised the estimated herd immunity coverage rate for measles eradication to between 93 to 95 percent but obviously even that extremely high coverage rate in most states is not enough to do the job. So what comes next? Will the CDC call for the National Guard to go door-to-door armed with syringes containing measles vaccine to make sure there is not one unvaccinated person in the country?

Measles vaccine, which is part of the combination live virus MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccine can cause brain inflammation and permanent brain damage. There have been nearly 45,000 reports of health problems associated with MMR vaccination made to the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) . However, there is gross underreporting to VAERS and it is estimated that, for example, fewer than 4 percent of all cases of thrombocytopenia (potentially fatal blood disorder) following MMR vaccination are ever reported to VAERS.

In 1997, Andrew Wakefield, M.D. and his colleagues published findings indicating that the MMR vaccine may contribute to the development of inflammatory bowel disease and autism in a subset of children, a scientific debate that continues today.

Parents contact the National Vaccine Information Center every week to file MMR vaccine reaction reports in the NVIC Vaccine Reaction Registry and describe how their children are suffering high fevers, seizures, brain inflammation and regression into autism after MMR vaccination. To view some of these reaction reports, go to the International Memorial for Vaccine Victims .

The CDC’s one-size-fits-all, no-exceptions MMR vaccine policies allow almost no contraindications to MMR vaccine use. According to the CDC, a child can be sick at the time of vaccination or recovering from an illness; have a fever; be taking antibiotics; have a history of allergies; or have experienced a seizure or regression after a previous MMR shot and still be eligible for more MMR vaccine.

With oppressive “no missed opportunities” vaccination policies in place, it is no wonder more parents are filing religious and personal belief exemptions to vaccination. Some have no other choice, especially if their children have experienced previous serious health problems following vaccination and they cannot find a doctor to write a medical exemption. Others want to choose less toxic alternatives to vaccination to maintain health and wellness.

Non-medical vaccine exemptions for religious and personal beliefs are all that stand between the people and tyranny when doctors inside and outside of government take an extreme, utilitarian approach to infectious disease control and write off vaccine casualties as acceptable losses. Today, 1 in every 6 highly vaccinated American child is learning disabled, 1 in 9 is asthmatic and 1 in 100 to 150 develops autism while measles and other childhood diseases persist no matter how many doses are given or how high the vaccine coverage rate.

It is time for parents and legislators to take a hard look at whether trying to eradicate many diseases with forced use of multiple vaccines is a fundamentally flawed policy that has failed to achieve better individual or public health. It is time for vaccines, which are pharmaceutical products made and sold by corporations for profit, to be subject to the law of supply and demand rather than be financially subsidized and forced by government on the people.