SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘A Shot in the Dark’ (2019)

Our weekly documentary film curated by the editorial team at 21WIRE.

WARNING: You may find some of the medical scenes in this film disturbing and traumatic.

Since they were introduced in the early 20th century, vaccines have been regarded as a tremendous success in the world of medical science. Today, they are still widely perceived as a necessity and yet, their potential risks are rarely mentioned. A plethora of research now indicates that vaccination is directly responsible for immune or neurological disorders among certain people genetically or neurologically predisposed to react badly to vaccine components. As a result, many pediatricians, doctors and scientists are sounding the alarm. Cases of autism, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, macrophagic myofasciitis, encephalitis, paralysis and neuropathies indicate the seriousness of the situation. Health officials and the Media claim these are all just unfortunate coincidences. But as one person put it, “Vaccines – the leading cause of coincidences in the world.” Watch:

Run time: 33 min
Produced by Hibbeler Productions (2019)

SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘A Shot in the Dark’ (2019)

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One Response to “SUNDAY SCREENING: ‘A Shot in the Dark’ (2019)”

  1. Mick says:

    When medical personnel become right not to take the vaccine they surely become morally obliged not to give it.

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