I watched recently a video clip where a guy named Alex Jones talks about vaccines and their side effects. There where recently in Sweden cases where people who took the swine flu vaccine got narcolepsy. Now I’m no doctor, but I got some severe common sense, so let me tell you my thoughts.
There has always been people who tries to make this world a better place. Always. Sometimes they succeed, and sometime they fail. It is that simple. Now this guy complains that scientists poison the water with vaccine residues. Not that it’s any news after all since medical companies use water during the production of their medications. And sometimes the patients has left over medication that they have to dispose of. And many countries ain’t good at taking care of their left over medications.
Now on to the linked video clip above. This video comes from Info Wars. So the video claims. Some organization I don’t know anything about. They’ve got a pretty nice message in the video, but I honnestly truly doubt in the authenticity of this video because:
They have nowhere in the video itself, nor in the video description any list of which sources they use!
It is therefore almost impossible to investigate how authentic this video is, no matter how relevant the video may seam to be. It is simply too much of the story that hasn’t been properly revealed. I hardly believe anything that the radio, TV, or videos on the Internet shows. It is way too easy to get hold of video tools, put them up and shoot the video, and grab videos from whatever source and take the parts from the videos that suites your purpose most. I plainly and simply don’t believe in pretty much anything the journalists has to offer. Because biased journalists exists everywhere. Biased in the sense that their objectivity is clouded by their will to bring out the newest reports.
Simply said: If a story is too good to be true then don’t believe it. Research it and add the pieces together on your own.