Each and every one of your points is easily debateable, and has in fact already been amply covered here in this forum. As I said, you need to take off the blinders and go make an objective research into the history of mainstream medicine and world pharma.
Apparently you also need to go back and review the many posts on the subject of vaccinations here on this forum - including the ones with reams of quotes from those in the medical profession about the truth about vaccinations.
If mainstream medicine and science were so concerned with our health and our lives then they would remove the barriers to natural alternatives and recognize that mankind has spent well over 6000 years learning how to use nature to prevent and treat illness and it is highly presumptious for them to try to assume superiority over nature with only a relative handfuls of decades of concocting creations in their labs.
Beyond that it is pointless to rehash the same debate over and over again and I have no desire to lower myself to the level of someone who resorts to calling his opponent a liar just because he disagrees with what was said.
When it comes to lying, mainstream medicine has no equal, and they admit it:
"I am part of a profession that is systematically lying to people." - Dr Mark Donohoe
"The greatest lie ever told is that vaccines are safe and effective" - Dr. Len Horowitz
"We have no real proof of the boasted effectiveness of any form of anti-toxin or vaccine or serum... If such a vaccinated or immunised person contracts the disease which he is supposed to be protected, it is pretty good evidence that such "protection" is valueless, isn't it? Surely people do contract disease against which they are supposed to be immunised, as we all know.... Well, are you satisfied that WE ARE QUACKS? In the eyes of those who are willing to forgot the present prestige of medicine, such as it is, with all its dignity, its scientific jargon, its pratings of altruism, its great endowment, its well heralded "achievements," we are most assuredly quacks, professing to do things we cannot do, and yes, taking money under this pretence." Dr. Paul M. Koonin, D.D.Sc.
"We doctors have been talking this medicine stuff into the people till they believe it." Dr. Schweningen (Physician to the late Prince Bismark)