In the early 90s, a mysterious muscular disease began to surface among multiple patients in France. A team of doctors in Paris discovered that these patients had developed a new disease called Macrophagic Myofascitis, or MMF, which occurs when the aluminum hydroxide adjuvant from a vaccine remains embedded in the muscle tissue.
Language: Originally in French and English, with French dubbed to English
Following the success of Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, Cinema Libre Studio is releasing a new French documentary (with English subtitles) that further examines the safety of vaccines, this time the aluminum adjuvant used to deliver most vaccines.
We are expediting the release of the film since, people "in the know", feel that that changes at the top level of the Department of Health with the new Administration, might lead to dynamic changes around vaccine safety testing.
Since the 1920s, aluminum salts have been used primarily as the adjuvant in most childhood vaccines to optimize the body's immune response to the injected disease. Aluminum is now known to be neurotoxic and the root cause of many serious illnesses including MS and Alzheimer. The aluminum adjuvant was only tested for 28 days, on two rabbits, and their remains have mysteriously disappeared. What the pharmaceutical companies don't make public is how the aluminum adjuvant was never rigorously tested before going on the market and there were alternatives albeit slightly more expensive--available.
Injecting Aluminum features interviews with MMF patients, doctors, scientists, and influential politicians who are speaking out for the very first time about the dangers of aluminum in vaccines. This groundbreaking documentary calls in to question the public health policies around aluminum in vaccines and the failure of health agencies globally to respond to the known neurotoxic effects of this powerful vaccine ingredient on the human body.
Featuring: Dr. Romain Gherardi, Dr. Jerome Authier, Professor Christopher Exley, Michele Rivasi (Member of European Parliament), journalist Stephane Foucart (Le Monde), Didier Lambert (President, E3M)