You have completely misunderstood my post, then gone on to make assumptions about what I have said, and assumptions about what I think.
I was not talking about people who work for pharmaceutical companies, I was talking about people, such as immunologists, research scientists, etc, that, (in my country), are independent of the corporations that make and sell vaccines.
Scientists that know the data concerning the risks of an adverse reaction to vaccines, do not tell people that vaccines destroy their health, because it is simply not true, and they would be lying.
Scientists know that no vaccine is 100% safe or 100% effective, they know there is always a margin of error, but they also know that vaccines prevent a great deal of death and harm, caused by communicable diseases, such as smallpox, diphtheria, measles, mumps, rubella, whooping cough, etc etc.
It is up to the individual to decide whether they choose to be vaccinated, or to vaccinate their children, or not. There are risks associated with both decisions, and responsibility for the decision lays with the individual.
People need truthful information in order to make an informed decision, this is why I suggest they look elsewhere, other than the internet, because of the incredible amount of disinformation that exists on the internet.