Del Bigtree, Producer of the movie Vaxxed, joins us this week on the show to talk about the CDC whistleblower, the consequences of toxic overload, being brought up to take on big challenges, and the search for true science.
In case you haven’t heard, this movie is hot. Maybe the most controversial film in North America. This should come as no surprise. The debate around vaccines is loaded. To some extent this is justified, but to a large extent, the vitriol from all sides needs to be toned down. We need to decide how we use the information available to best protect ourselves and our children.
Assessing Risk Vs Reward
First off, I think we can all agree that we’re glad we don’t have to deal with smallpox, and that polio has been all but eradicated. These triumphs have led us to feel that all vaccines are good. And that we should protect ourselves with as many vaccines as possible. But is this really the case? It is really a good idea? Or is there a point where the potential risk from a vaccine protocol is greater than the hazards from the illness we’re trying to prevent?
Yes, amongst the medical community there is consensus that vaccines are safe. But what if this consensus was based around the proof of one study, and that study is fraudulent?
‘The population is the ultimate test.’ -Del Bigtree
We have a bit of an issue, when it comes to understanding what happens in the real world. When you look someone in the face, someone that you’re supposed to be taking care of, and say: ‘What you’re saying happened to you couldn’t have happened. There’s a study in a lab that proves it’s impossible,’ it is a problem. Sure, it may be true, once in a while, but this is not the attitude a healer should have towards a client. At some point, what happens in the real world is real. Especially when it’s not a one-off, but a story that is being repeated hundreds of thousands of times a year.
The thing is, people take a lot of videos these days. Especially parents. Hundreds of thousands of parents take video after video of their child playing, laughing, chatting. When we start seeing big changes in behavior and physical and mental funtion taking place, almost instantly, we have to start taking it seriously. Something is going on that needs to be looked at and better understood.
And at what point does what’s happening in the real world become legitimate scientific evidence?
Ultimately, we as citizens need to trust that scientists, doctors and researchers have our best interests at heart. When we see an epidemic run unchecked, or explained away as though there is no cause for concern, it doesn’t leave us with much faith.
In our conversation with Del Bigtree we talk about:
- How he came to be involved with the Vaxxed movie
- How his upbringing prepared him to tackle big challenges
- Why and how a story about a CDC whistleblower was kept out of mainstream news.
- Why we (as a society) aren’t more concerned about exponential increases in illness.
- How a toxic overload is making us susceptible to illness triggers
- The true nature of science, and why we misunderstand its purpose.
Where to find out more about Del Bigtree and his movie Vaxxed:
Books and resources mentioned in this episode:
Marianne Williamson – Tears to Triumph