California wine arsenic scare revealed as yet another unscientific media hoax!

Back in March, the mainstream media began running wild reports warning the public about supposedly dangerous levels of inorganic arsenic in California wines. But the truth is that the levels of arsenic found in California wines were substantially lower than the concentrations of mercury or aluminum found in childhood vaccines, for instance, illustrating once again how the corporate media drums up lies to deceive the public when it suits them, serving up manufactured scare stories while censoring the real truth from viewers.

As it turns out, the highest levels of arsenic found in any of the California wines tested was only 50 parts per billion (ppb), or 0.05 parts per million (ppm) — and this was at the high end of the spectrum, with most of the tested wines coming up with far less arsenic. Meanwhile, multi-dose flu shots injected into children, babies and even pregnant mothers contain an astounding 50,000 ppb, or 50 ppm, of mercury — this is 1,000 times the amount of a much more toxic metal that’s injected directly into the body, as opposed to the minuscule amount of arsenic in California wine.

When it comes to heavy metal toxicity, the “big four” metals of primary concern, or the ones we hear about most often in the media, are lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic. Of these four, arsenic is considered to be the least harmful, with lead or mercury typically rounding out the list as the most dangerous. This really puts things into perspective, as the media almost never reports on the dangers of mercury in vaccines but was quick to pounce on California wines, which contain just a mere fraction of a much less harmful metal.

Some vaccines contain 10,000 times more aluminum than the amount of arsenic found in California wines

Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has been testing food products at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab for over a year now and, during that time, he’s uncovered the presence of tungsten in brown rice, cadmium in cacao powder, and arsenic in seaweed.

One seaweed product, kombu flakes, tested at well over 100 ppm of arsenic, or more than 2,000 times the amount of arsenic found in California wines. This actually does represent a range of concern, as opposed to the relatively low levels of arsenic found in California wines. Though any amount of arsenic contamination is technically a cause for concern, the amounts in California wine pale in comparison to what is found in many other food products, as well as the high amounts of metals found in vaccines.

Some vaccines, in fact, contain in excess of 500 ppm of aluminum, for instance, or an astounding 500,000 ppb. This represents 10,000 times more aluminum in vaccines than the maximum amount of arsenic detected in any California wine, and yet you won’t hear a peep in the media about the dangers associated with childhood vaccination — in fact, it’s quite the opposite, as the media would have you believe that all vaccines are completely safe.

“While the media goes hysterical over 50 ppb of arsenic in California wine, the media goes silent over 50,000 ppb of mercury in a vaccine,” stated Adams in a recent video highlighting this hypocrisy. “The media’s reporting to you isn’t backed by science… you are told what to believe, what to fear, what to trust, based entirely on a fictional narrative that has nothing whatsoever to do with actual reality or scientific facts.”

“You are told to fear California wine, but to embrace vaccines, even though the scientific data utterly contradict each other. So be cautious when you hear the media telling you to be afraid of something or to trust something, that something is safe or something is dangerous.”

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