To vaccinate… or not to vaccinate

VaccinateOrNotTo vaccinate—or not to vaccinate, that is the question.

The pro and con forces continue to grow, in both number and heat, and the debate doesn’t look like ending anytime soon.

The recent measles outbreaks, fueled by media voices suggesting they may have been caused by those who refused vaccination, has resulted in near-hysteria by some pro forces calling for government-enforced vaccination (which has already occurred in some places).

Isn’t the real issue here choice? Medical freedom for you and your children? Life is full of risks. You could die in an auto accident. Or even crossing the street, or falling off a mountain during a hike.

Universal forced vaccinations is a frightening scenario. What would then prevent forcible sterilization, forcible euthanizing, or forcibly implanting tracking devices?

Here’s what happened recently in Italy:

On September 14, 2014, an Italian court in Milan awarded compensation to a boy it concluded was afflicted with vaccine-induced autism.

The baby was vaccinated in 2006 against six childhood diseases during his first year of life.

He was given three doses of  GlaxoSmithKline’s infanrix Hexa, which at that time contained thimerosol (a mercury-derived preservative), aluminum and other toxic ingredients. Shortly thereafter, the normal baby reverted into severe autism. (Thimerosol is now banned in Italy.)

Pharmaceutical manufacturers are protected by law against lawsuits that have been government approved, so the family sued in government court, but the Ministry refused to act on the family’s complaint.

So they moved their suit to a court of general jurisdiction, presided over by Judge Nicolo Di Leo, who obtained numerous medical testimonies, as well as a ‘confidential’  GlaxoSmithKline 1200-page report on possible ‘adverse reactions’ to the vaccine.

A few lines of the possible adverse reactions read thus: “may cause anaemia haemolytic autoimmune, thrombocytopenic purpura, autoimmune thrombocytopenia, idiopathic thrombocytenia purpura, cyanosis, injection site nodule abscess and injection site abscess, Kawasaki’s disease, neurological events, including encephalitis, Henoch-Schonlein purpura”… and the list goes on.

But the final assessment of the vaccine was favorable!

There is no such thing as an absolutely ‘safe’ vaccine for every one, every time.

In fact, since 2005 to date, there have been no deaths from measles. But there have been 86 deaths from the MMR vaccine, 68 of them children under three, and 2,000 disabled (according to the vaccine complications reporting site (VAERS) data.

There is no ABSOLUTE guarantee of comfort and safety anywhere in life, and not one of the thousands of modern government regulations or Big Pharma assurances (at least 100,000 U.S. deaths a year from prescription drugs) have changed that.

Vaccines can save and they can kill. It should be your choice/right, and your obligation, to educate yourselves on the pros and cons, and decide what is best for you and your family.





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