DDT is Good for Me
DDT Spraying on children
A United States military handbook published in 1946 shows chemical compounds used in formulating the pesticide DDT are currently injected into babies.
The handbook entitled, “DDT and Other Insecticides and Repellents“, reveals Triton X-100, Tween 20, and Tween 80 were used as major components of spraying operations of DDT. Their stated purpose was to prevent separation of ingredients and increase absorption of DDT.
A major twist to the story is revealing the company owning the patent for DDT. More on that later.
Page 70 of the document states, “The studies of emulsifers have been confined primarily to their effects on the skin, since there is no hazard from ingestion and little from skin absorption and inhalation. They have also been studied to some extent from the standpoint of their relationship to increased absorption of DDT. All of those studied present little or no hazard under the conditions of use recommended, and have been approved for that purpose so far as the toxicology is concerned.” [emphasis mine]
Scientific studies on Triton X-100 and Tween 80 actually prove the statement above to be untrue, which would likely explain why studies were limited to only the effects on the skin.
Triton X-100 and Tween 80 actually cause cell suicide, called apoptosis.
Mixtures were sprayed directly onto vegetables and crops during the height of the polio epidemic in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
“What vaccines are these chemicals in?”
As a concerned parent, you may be wondering what vaccines contain these chemicals. The Centers for Disease Control website shows the chemicals mentioned above are in the following vaccines:
Tween 20 (Polysorbate 20)
* Hepatitis A (Havrix)
* Hepatitis A-B (Twinrix)
Tween 80 (Polysorbate 80)
* DtaP (Infanrix, Tripedia)
* DtaP-HebB-IPV (Pediarix)
* DtaP-Hib (TriHIBit)
* Human Papillomavirus (Gardasil)
* Influenza (Fluarix)
* Rotavirus (RotaTeq)
* Tdap (Adacel, Boostrix)
* Influenza (Fluarix, Fluzone)
Two tables on the CDC website on Vaccine Contents (solvents, adjuvants, preservatives, allergens … [PDFs]
August 6, 2008
Web page table and link to PDF Table for
Thimerosal Content in Some US Licensed Vaccines
2005 Archived on VacLib.org
Two archived 2005 tables from the CDC website on Vaccine Contents (solvents, adjuvants, preservatives, allergens … [PDF]
2005: Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary (by Excipient) (pdf*) [425K]
2005: Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary (by Vaccine) (pdf*)[959K]
2001 Archived on VacLib.org
Two older PDF files, quicker to load, easier to print – still good reference:
vaxcont.pdf [44K] Table of Vaccine Contents
vaxcont2.pdf [54K] Table of Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary [Feb 2001]
Page for Ordering or links to download Chapters and/or Appendices
The Pink Book: Course Textbook 11th Edition (May 2009)
Material Safety Data Sheet with Vaccine Insert Information
Formerly found at: http://users.adelphia.net/~cdc/MSDSwithVaxInsertInfo.pdf