J.B. Handley is a business man. I say this with the greatest of respect, meaning he has a particular skill set which involves communicating in a clear and uncluttered fashion and moving people to action. The business man anticipates obstacles and objections and plans for them. When he is finished, the sale is made, and something new comes into the world.
Before I get into this review I have an ask of you…
Buy three copies of this book, take one for yourself, and give the other copies to people close to you that you love, but who remain unconvinced that your child has suffered a vaccine injury. Tell them it’s the kind of straight-forward book they could read in the few hours it takes to fly across the country. And then set a date to have a conversation with them about the book.
I have often wondered why when the truth conflicts with corporate dollars that there is such a fight. I recently watched the NOVA series with Neil De Grasse Tyson and in one episode he outlined the fight against the use of lead in gasoline and other products. The science was very clear. And it wasn’t like the information was going to devastate the oil and gas companies. They simply had to reformulate their products. But they waged a decades-long war against the scientist who presented the information. Sound familiar?
In Part One…
Handley takes on the lies about vaccines and autism, covering such topics as whether there is an autism epidemic (news-flash – There is! Just ask any teacher you know), that vaccines are safe and effective, that the science is settled, and that pharmaceutical companies are not making money off vaccines.
Vaccines will soon be a sixty-billion dollar a year industry and because of the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, the pharmaceutical companies have NO LIABILITY. Instead of suing the pharmaceutical companies (a daunting enough prospect), you must in effect sue the United States government. Yep, that’s right. You and your vaccine-damaged child don’t have a friend in the U.S. government. The two of you are adversaries.