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Patrick Gentempo, D.C.: I believe that we look at modern medicine and when we look back on it some years later we’re gonna recognize that we made some mistakes.

With vaccines, I am convinced we’re gonna find a very similar thing saying “hmmm, now maybe we’re looking in hindsight and recognizing, there’s some real problems here.”

Sherri Tenpenny, D.O.: All of these pounding of vaccines and the sixty three different chemicals that are inside of vaccines, four of which are documented carcinogens that are being injected at very early ages into children.

We are damaging DNA with chemicals and pesticides and dioxin and genetically modified food. Once you damage then destroy the D&A we don’t know how many generations

that’s gonna pass down to.

Dr. Toni Bark, M.D.: My greatest fear I believe has been real realized, unfortunately, and that is that we have a whole generation of children that are really damaged, they’re so damaged. If you’re in New Jersey and you’re a boy, your chances of being Autistic is one in twenty seven.

So, what does that mean for this generation of children?

What does that mean for the burden?

You know, a lot of these kids aren’t gonna be able to work. They’re going to need to be living in group homes or institutionalized.

It’s gonna be tax dollars supporting them. Their lives are ruined, so many families lives are ruined.

Sherri Tenpenny, D.O.: If we continue with more and more vaccines, and there are at least 20 more in the pipeline right now headed towards adolescents and adults. They’re

not stopping in their manufacturing process.

So the road that we’re on right now with more vaccines, more genetically modified food,

all of these horrible pesticides. The prognosis for our collective grandchildren, on the road we’re currently on isn’t good, it simply isn’t good.

Dr. Toni Bark, M.D.: We’ve already pulled the wool over our public’s eyes.

I can’t even begin to imagine what we’re gonna see, really, it’s gonna be so bad.

Patrick Gentempo, D.C.: Science is not omniscient, science is not perfect, science has proven decade over decade to be somewhat flawed. So if we put a hundred percent faith and trust into it and we behave accordingly and we start getting into things from which there is no point of return, you know, the atom bomb drops, you set that thing off, you can’t unring the bell and we’re dealing with that right now. I believe we’re at that tipping point right now in this culture.

Sherri Tenpenny, D.O.: Where does it stop? It stops by all of us just waking up and saying what’s going on here? How do we stop this?



Jeff Hays