After a class-action lawsuit was filed in October against the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), several hospitals, and several doctors, audio has surfaced of some of the defendants in the case plotting to collude with DCFS to take children away from parents extra-lawfully.
Recordings of these doctors at a committee meeting appear to support the plaintiffs’ claims alleged in the lawsuit, which states that the hospitals and agencies named in the suit:
“..used the power given to them as State officials and/or employees and through their authorities and investigative powers to cause the Plaintiffs to be threatened and coerced into accepting unwanted and unnecessary medical procedures.”
In April of 2018, the Perinatal Advisory Committee (PAC) that operates under the Illinois Department of Health met to discuss giving injections of Vitamin K in violation of the written refusals of parents. Not all the people on the recording can be identified by voice. PJ Media reached out to the members of the PAC but none would respond to identify who is speaking. But it is certain that all persons speaking are on the committee and a list of who was there can be seen at the end of this article. According to PJ Media, following is a transcript of the recording….
Synthetic Vitamin K Injection Is Not Risk-Free as Claimed
As noted in a 2001 article in Pediatric Pharmacotherapy,12 the standard practice in the US is to administer an intra-muscular injection of 0.5-1 milligram (mg) of phytonadione within one hour of birth. Phytonadione is a fat-soluble synthetic vitamin K1 analog.
Ironically, the phytonadione13, 14 drug insert warns that it can cause severe, sometimes fatal, allergic reactions when injected into a muscle or vein,15, 16 and is ideally taken by mouth or injected under the skin. Signs of an allergic reaction include hives, trouble breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat.
One recent PLOS ONE study17 looking into this issue found that allergic reactions appear to be linked to the preservatives in the vitamin K1 injection:
“[S]erious anaphylaxis-like symptoms appeared in beagle dogs after the administration of vitamin K1 injection for the first time. The plasma histamine concentration increased, and blood pressure decreased sharply. After sensitization, dogs were challenged with vitamin K1 injection and displayed the same degree of symptoms as prior to sensitization. However, when the vitamin K1 injection-sensitized dogs were challenged with a vitamin K1-fat emulsion without solubilizers such as Tween-80, the abnormal reactions did not occur…
Our results indicate that the adverse reaction induced by vitamin K1 injection is an anaphylactoid reaction, not anaphylaxis. Vitamin K1 injection induces the release of inflammatory factors via a non-IgE-mediated immune pathway, for which the trigger may be the solubilizer.”
Even more ironic, pregnant women are warned that it is not known whether taking phytonadione might harm their baby if taken during pregnancy or while breast feeding.18 The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for infants 0-6 months is 2 micrograms (mcg) per day, so they are receiving a dose that is 5,000 times the RDA.
The RDA for adult women is 90 mcg/day. If you’re an adult suffering minor bleeding due to warfarin use, a one-time dose of 2.5-5 mg is recommended. If an adult overdoses on phytonadione, they’re advised to call Poison Control. And yet newborn babies are given a 1 mg injection whether they in need of it or not. This is a highly irrational approach anyway you look at it. It’s simply not supported by the science in any way shape or form …
… Phytonadione Injectable Emulsion, USP injection is a yellow, sterile, aqueous colloidal solution of vitamin K 1 , with a pH of 3.5 to 7.0, available for injection by the intravenous, intramuscular, and subcutaneous routes. Phytonadione Injectable Emulsion, USP is available in 1 mg (1 mg/0.5 mL) single-dose vials. Each 0.5 mL of Phytonadione Injectable Emulsion, USP contains the following inactive ingredients: 10 mg polysorbate 80, 10.4 mg propylene glycol, 0.17 mg sodium acetate anhydrous, and 0.00002 mL glacial acetic acid. Additional glacial acetic acid or sodium acetate anhydrous may have been added to adjust pH to meet USP limits of 3.5 to 7.0. …
Wow, so their precision quality controlled manufacturing process can result in a pH ranging from strongly acidic to neutral? WTF? Do manufacturing standards exist even in principle?
HepB vaccine is also often given at birth, alongside the vit K shot:
… 2.3 Recommended Dose and Schedule
Persons from Birth through 19 Years
Primary immunization for infants(born of hepatitis B surface antigen[HBsAg]-negative or HBsAg-positive mothers), children (birth through 10 years), and adolescents (aged 11 through 19 years) consists of a series of 3doses(0.5mLeach)given on a 0-, 1-, and 6-month schedule….
… Each 0.5-mL pediatric/adolescent dose contains 10mcg of HBsAgadsorbed on 0.25mg aluminum as aluminum hydroxide….
Polysorbate 80 (present in the K shot) is used to transport drugs and even nanoparticles across the blood brain barrier:
Would the aluminum hydroxide from the HepB shot act differently?
And then there’s the benzyl alcohol and propylene glycol factors (look it up if you dare).
Medicine’s cluelessness about the umbilical cord is probably also an important factor in newborn hemorrhage: the cord could be clamped while the placenta is undergoing compression in the contracting uterus:
Also the sudden shift in circulation pattern when the cord is clamped spikes blood pressure in the brain:
How immediate cord clamping causes intraventicular haemorrhage
But who cares? You don’t want to be branded an “anti-vaxxer” do you? Trust your assigned authority figures. It will go easier that way.