Vaccines, complications, side effects, effectiveness, and ever increasing dosages are a hot topic among young families and rightly so. Few know much about them yet most succumb to the “pressure” to vaccinate for safety’s sake. The main question to ask your self, is are they really effective and are they really as safe as you are lead to believe? The answers are largely NO and NO. Simply put, vaccines have not really stopped people from getting the diseases they are meant to prevent. We all know people who get the flu or at least “flu-like” symptoms shortly, often immediately, after getting the flu shot.
Did you know that not one case of polio has been observed in the US in someone who was not vaccinated against it? Since 1979 every case of polio has been contracted by those who had the vaccine. A guide search of polio vaccine complications will show you a new problem in India where 47,500 children are now paralyzed allegedly as a result of the new polio vaccination program developed there. Chicken pox, whooping cough, and measles are reemerging as well, mainly in the so called “inoculated” populations.
Another point on the ‘effectiveness’ of this acquired immunity campaign is that every disease that was deemed wiped-out by the vaccination process was already well on its way out prior to mass inoculation.
Here are 3 chart examples:
Safety is where the emotional debate gets heated. All one needs to examine is the ingredient list of the now 74 perceived “mandatory” vaccines. There has been an alarming increase in the number of vaccines given to each child. When I hear someone say ‘well I was vaccinated and I’m fine,’ I cringe knowing they don’t have a clue how things have changed in the past 20 or so years. Were there allergies, asthma, ADD, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, learning disability epidemics twenty years ago? I don’t know the reason for the vast increase in these conditions but I am not taking unnecessary chances for something that’s not even effective.
It comes down to worse case scenarios, here’s the bottom line: if you don’t get vaccinated, you may get a 7-10 day condition, and then be completely immune to it for the rest of your life.
If you do get vaccinated, you may still get the disease but you now also risk contracting a life long complication that has no cure. So, the only question left to consider is or isn’t it mandatory? No, so far the United States of America still allows you to have an option on how you live your life. There are exemptions in every state to allow any child into any public school and most every other school.
Be the most informed parent and healthcare consumer especially when it comes to something this serious. God Bless You and Good Luck.