I'll be happy to answer your question, but why have you refused to answer my question?So, Sawmill, my question is: do you believe it is feasible for over half a million people to secretly coordinate so perfectly that there is no proof of this conspiracy other than spurious statistics
You made the claim that only a single study showed adverse effects of vaccination and that it was both flawed and tampered with.
If not a single study shows adverse effects of vaccines at all, how do peoppe manage to prove in court that a vaccine caused adverse effects if there is no scientific data to support such a conclusion in the first place?
Furthermore, how was the VICP able to make a vaccine injury chart at all? (See link above)
To answer your question, no I don't think a conspiracy involving half a million people is very likely at all. It is technically possible only under very extraordinary circumstances (like the manhattan project: wartime, a culture of secrecy) and even then not likely for a long time.
So to answer your question more simply: no.