Over 50 Different Vaccine Patents are owned by the CDC

With over 50 different vaccine patents being owned by the CDC, how much faith do you have in it making accurate and credible INDEPENDENT studies?!  By owning so many patents that makes the CDC a FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION!!!!


In an interview with EcoWatch last month, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. reiterated his previous statements that the “CDC is a subsidiary of the pharmaceutical industry. The agency owns more than 20 vaccine patents and purchases and sells $4.1 billion in vaccines annually.”

In efforts to fact-check RFK Jr.’s claims, board members with HealthChoice.org and the Director of the Maine Coalition for Vaccine Choice have conducted an independent investigation to uncover just how many vaccine patents are in fact registered to the CDC.


The following is an exert from an editorial written by Ginger Wagner for GreenMedInfo. (The full article can be read by clicking here.)


I have been around long enough to know that vaccine claims have to be checked and rechecked. And since this is a very old claim, one that I would like to be able to state (if it is true), I decided to review it.


I am fortunate to have, as one of my partners in advocacy, fellow autism parent Mark Blaxill, an Intellectual Property expert who has been employed by billion dollar corporations to manage their patents.


Blaxill was the man who found out that HHS, through NIH, owns patents on all HPV vaccines, and receives a percentage of the profits for each dose of Gardasil and Cervarix administered anywhere in the world. He published the stunning revelation in a detailed three part expose entitled, “A License to Kill? Part 1: How A Public-Private Partnership Made the Government Merck’s Gardasil Partner.” 

When I contacted Blaxill to ask how to run a patent search, he was kind enough to do it for me.


He found 57 granted US patents with the CDC listed as an assignee. You can see the search results here.


Upon cursory review of the patents, I found that one did not seem applicable to vaccination, but merely referenced an article on vaccination. That leaves us with 56 CDC patents to scrutinize.


Here is what I found.


There are CDC patents applicable to vaccines for Flu, Rotavirus, Hepatitis A, HIV, Anthrax, Rabies, Dengue fever, West Nile virus, Group A Strep, Pneumococcal disease, Meningococcal disease, RSV, Gastroenteritis, Japanese encephalitis, SARS, Rift Valley Fever, and chlamydophila pneumoniae.


There is a CDC patent for “Nucleic acid vaccines for prevention of flavivirus infection,” which has applications in vaccines for Zika, West Nile virus, Dengue fever, tick-borne encephalitis virus, yellow fever, Palm Creek virus, and Parramatta River virus. (Source)


CDC also has several patents for administering various ”shots” via aerosol delivery systems for vaccines. (Source)


There’s a CDC patent on a process for vaccine quality control by “quantifying proteins in a complex preparation of uni- or multivalent commercial or research vaccine preparations.” (Source)


There’s a CDC patent on a method “for producing a model for evaluating the antiretroviral effects of drugs and vaccines.”



CDC has a patent for companies who want to test their respiratory system applicable vaccine on an artificial lung system.



If a vaccine maker is concerned that their vaccine might contain a human rhinovirus, CDC has a patent on a process for determining if such contamination exists.



CDC has a patent on an assay to assist vaccine makers in finding antigen-specific antibodies in a biological sample. (Source)


CDC holds a patent that provides vaccine makers with a method of “reducing the replicative fitness of a pathogen by deoptimizing codons.” Asserting that, “pathogens with deoptimized codons can be used to increase the phenotypic stability of attenuated vaccines.” (Source)


The agency also holds a patent on adjuvants for a vaccine used on premature infants and young babies. (Source)


There is a CDC patent to cover a vaccine for an infection induced by a tape worm found in pork. (Source)


They even have patents that cover vaccines for animal illnesses including Canarypox virus, Fowlpox virus, Sealpox virus, dog flu and monkey cancer.


Does this seem like a public health agency making “independent” vaccine recommendations, or a private company with an impressive portfolio to which one might look for investment opportunities?


Please read the full article at GreenMedInfo.com by clicking here.



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10 Companies Own All The World’s Food Brands

“I don’t like this item because I don’t like this company so I’m gonna buy that item because I like that company”… but did you know that the “that’ you just bought because you don’t like “this” is owned by the same corporations?!  Yup, just when you thought that the hundreds of products that are at our disposal are owned by themselves, we find out that that’s not the case.  That all these hundreds of products are owned/controlled by only ten major corporations.  Out of the everything you put in your grocery cart, all the products are owned by ten corporations!  It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for orange soda to latte flavored potato chips, Mondelez, Kraft, Coca-Cola, Nestle, PepsiCo, P&G, Johnson & Johnson, Mars, Danone, General Mills, Kellogg’s, and Unilever own just about everything you put into you grocery cart.


Oxfam International created a comprehensive infographic that reveals the extensive reach of the “Big 10” food and beverage giants.  This also helps illustrate the illusion of choice.  It reveals the unlikely ties between brands that we normally wouldn’t associate with one another. One example is that PepsiCo produces Quaker granola bars, and Nestle makes Kit Kat bars and frozen California Pizza Kitchen Pies.


The “Big 10” want you to believe that there is entrepreneurial diversity when there is in fact none.  If you want to ensure that your dollars don’t end up with these mega corporations, then try shopping at local farmers’ markets and skip out on the soda and highly processed foods.  You are what you eat and your body will thank you in the long run.


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Bottle Water Giant Admits Aquafina is Just Tap Water

One of the largest bottled water brands, Aquafina, has admitted that its bottled water does indeed come from the exact same source as the water in your kitchen sink.  Pepsi Corporation was forced by an advocacy group called “Corporate Accountability International” to change their misleading label and to make it more clear to consumers/customers that the water in the plastic bottles is nothing more than filtered tap water.


Yup, just TAP WATER.


Bottled water is not really a safer option …


After multiple reports about tap water in the United States being spiked with fluoride or contaminated with heavy metals and other nasty chemicals – think of the Flint water crisis and increased fracking activities – many American customers no longer trust their tap water. As a result, many uninformed customers now reach for bottled water instead. They believe it is a safer, chemical-free alternative to tap water.


Unfortunately, bottled water is often just as bad, or even worse. According to Living Traditionally, most municipal tap water companies have stricter purity standards than the bottled water industry. While the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires public water suppliers to test for contaminants as often as several times a day, private water companies only have to check their supply once a week, a year, or every four years, depending on the contaminant.


Paying a premium price for a cheap product


By including a picture of mountains and the term purified water on the label, consumers are led to believe that Aquafina originates from a natural mountain spring which is then filtered and bottled.


As stated by the Beverage Marketing Association, nearly 50 percent of all bottled water sold in the U.S. is tap water. Nonetheless, people unknowingly keep paying a premium price for the same water that comes out of their tap.


CovergEx Group Chief Market Strategist Nick Bolas says that t e bottle water industry grossed a total of $11.8 billion on those 9.7 billion gallons in 2012, making bottled water about $1.22/gallon nationwide and 300x the cost of a gallon of tap water.


If we take into account the fact that almost 2/3 of all bottled water sales are single 16.9oz (500 mL) bottles, though, this cost is much, much higher: about $7.50 per gallon, according to the American Water Works Association. That’s almost 2,000x the cost of a gallon of tap water and twice the cost of a gallon of regular gasoline.


Bottled water is bad news for the environment


In addition to the fact that thousands of people worldwide buy expensive bottled water under the false assumption that it is much healthier than tap water, plastic bottles are ruining the planet. As reported by Inverse, there is a plastic mass floating around the Pacific Ocean that is nearly twice the size of Texas. They further noted that nearly every single seabird on the planet will have plastic in its belly by 2050.


Rather than buying plastic bottled water, buy a reusable water bottle to use and then invest in a good filtration system and filter your own water. Then you know exactly what you are drinking, and can be sure that it is actually safe to drink. .. not to mention cheaper and healthier for the environment.


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