10 More Reasons to Question Vaccines

January 9, 2011

1. You can vaccinate and still get the illness. Out breaks of mumps,chickenpox and pertussis have occurred among groups of highly vaccinated individuals. Many had more than one dos.

2. Illnesses come and go; vaccine injuries are for life (and do sometimes cause death).

3. Health cannot come through a needle.

4. Health cannot improve or be promoted through an injection of toxic substances.

5. Each shot is Russian Roulette; you never know which chamber has the bullet that could kill you.

6. Vaccine injuries can occur at any age. Waiting until a child is older does not guarantee safety or that an injury will not occur.

7. Like bee stings and doses of penicillin, you can have many vaccines without a reaction…but the next one can be deadly.

8. The vaccine industry says that vaccine injuries are “one in a million.” What if you are The One?

9. The vaccine industry says vaccine injuries are rare. Does anyone in the Industry ever read the VAERS database?

10. Many wish they had never vaccinated; very few ever wish they would have gotten the shots.

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1 Comment
Liz C
September 16, 2011 @ 1:24 pm

This irresponsible list cites no research, and I have reason to question the education/intelligence level of whoever wrote it (“… more than one dos.”).

I will spare you an exhaustive critique of the flawed logic, but I have listed a couple of rebuttals as follows:
#1. While there is a subset of people who become sick despite vaccination, they are in a tiny minority. Most of the cases of measles in recent outbreaks (not out breaks) were unvaccinated children.
#2. Illness injuries can also be for life. Ref: Franklin D. Roosevelt, or the kids from #1 with measles-induced brain damage.
#3. Many chemotherapy patients, blood transfusion recipients, and I dare I say it, vaccinated children would beg to differ. Also, this is a prime example of non-scientific writing. #3 is an opinion, not a fact.
#4. Ditto the chemotherapy patients.

I could go on, but suffice it to say, this sloppy list is uninformed hype and propaganda.

I by NO MEANS endorse blind faith in doctors or public health officials. Parents should responsibly inform themselves by researching reputable work (The Vaccine Book by Dr. Sears is a great place to start). Just don’t listen to people who clearly have no clue what they are talking about.
#5. So

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