It is estimated that as few as 1% of the total number of reactions or “adverse events” (including brain damage and death) to vaccines are reported to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) by doctors and other healthcare workers and pharmacists who give vaccinations. Such reports are mandated by the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986. But many healthcare workers and pharmacists are not even aware of the existence of VAERS, and many who are do not bother to report the events because they prefer to assume that any reaction to a vaccination is merely coincidental and unrelated to the vaccination itself.
Yet, in promoting vaccines, the CDC, doctors and nurses, etc. commonly point out that they are safe, and that serious side effects occur in only about 1 in a million doses. Negligible. But the question is, “How do these vaccine advocates know this?” VAERS is their tracking system, and, for all practical purposes, that system is worthless. So the answer is, “They don’t know, they haven’t a clue. They’re just… guessing.” That, in and of itself, should make any intelligent or even semi-intelligent person question the mainstream vaccine paradigm. More than that really, it invalidates the entire paradigm and makes anyone who supports it an object worthy of extreme ridicule.