While doing some research, I came across a site called Vactruth.com, which makes claims that vaccines that are developed to protect us are contaminated with retroviruses. The author of this website is unknown, as all domain information has been registered privately - but the article is signed by this Dawn Crim. I could see why she? would not want her information known - some of the information contained in her blog is just laughable! The allegations sound like this person blames vaccines for allergies, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Lyme Disease, and her very own problems with fatigue.
First of all, any pharmaceutical company would do their due diligence, as they have their reputations to protect. Second, the possibility of secondary retrovirus contamination nowadays is extremely remote - even with live attenuated vaccines, as they use multi-stage molecular sieves to screen out any contaminants, and most vaccines only contain parts of the virus - usually highly purified antigenic peptides. Third, the claim that Squalene is carcinogenic is absolute hogwash! Squalene is a natural oil-like substance that is found in copious amounts in shark liver oil, olives, wheat germ, rice bran, and amaranth seed - things that are found in abundance at your local health food store! And on other ingredients in vaccines - would you drink water if someone told you it was toxic, Mrs. Crim? The fact is everything is toxic in large enough amounts - just like the amount of mercury contained in a vaccine preparation is less than what is found in a tuna sandwich. And no pharmaceutical company would conspire to deliberately mass poison a population through a vaccine - someone would blow the whistle, and company executives would face decades long prison terms, and the whistleblower would get millions for doing the right thing!
It sounds like the author of this article can add one more affliction to problems faced by herself and her family: Paranoid Schizophrenia. Vactruth.com sounds more like a collaboration of patients in a state mental hospital working on a project to pass the time. I hear it gets awfully boring and lonely in the Loonie Bin.