Bernard Dalbergue, MD (former Merck employee): I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all times, because at some point in time the evidence will add up to prove that this vaccine has absolutely no effect on cervical cancer and the very many adverse effects, which destroy lives and can kill, serves no other purpose than to generate profit for the manufacturers.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: [on Gardasil] Nobody in their right mind would ever take this vaccine if they had actually read the medical literature.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: The death rates in the Gardasil trials were 37 times the death rates for cervical cancer. Children who take this vaccine, the Gardasil vaccine, are 37 times more likely to die from the vaccines than they are to die from cervical cancer.

Hillary Butler (Scientist & Author): The aim is to force everybody to be vaccinated. And the primary reason for that is to get rid of the unvaccinated control group so that no one can see how healthy unvaccinated children are in comparison with vaccinated children.

Michael Lahood (Lawyer): [father of a nine year old son, whom he never had a conversation with] Every lawyer in America should go absolutely apeshit over this issue. Think about it. No double-blind placebo-controlled study, meaning no safety studies. A crap-load of injuries, no accountability. What lawyer could be OK with that? Even if you don't believe that claim that vaccines could be causing these injuries to our children, you can't be happy with this system, you can't.

CBSN News Hostess: [about the 2014 measles 'outbreak'] Do we blame the anti-vaccs movement for that?

Anthony Fauci (Director, NIAID): [on the phone] Yes, unfortunately. These outbreaks are due to the anti-vaccine movement.

Bill Gates: [on CNN] Well, Dr. Wakefield has been shown he used absolutely fraudulent data, he created a fake paper, the journal allowed it to run. All the other studies were done showed no connection whatsoever again and again and again. So it's an *absolute* lie that has killed thousands of kids.