Did Mickey Mouse give you the Measles?


When I was growing up in the 50’s and 60’s (what a wonderful time!) I vividly remember my parents taking me and my sister over to a friend’s house in hopes that wegrowing up in the 50's WOULD get the measles!  Wow!  Imagine that!  Nowadays that kind of action would’ve landed my folks in jail and us in child protective services.  Indeed we got the measles, and later on the chicken pox but by doing so made our immune system stronger.

My wife and I have three grown children, two of which have never seen any kind of a vaccination come near them.  Our oldest child had just a few until I discovered the deadly, serious consequences of vaccinations.

Last year the disease scare was Ebola. Starting off this year its measles. In several months from now it’ll be something else and on and on it’ll go.  All designed to scare you.  To create fear.  To keep it foremost in your mind.  To get you brainwashed into believing the lie that everyone on this planet MUST get vaccinated/immunized and stay immunized with the latest greatest vaccination designed to protect you.  Bull-loney!  Please don’t be one of the sheeple and follow the medical pied pipers off the steep cliff.

Consider these statistics as we roll into 2015…

  • 1 in 100 USA children have autism
  • 1 in 5 asthma
  • 1 in 10 dyslexia
  • 1 in 20 Attention-deficit disorder
  • Epilepsy 5 to 8 per 1000
  • Cerebral Palsy 1 in 166
  • Epidemic of Type 2 diabetes
  • Nearly one third of high school girls and 16% of high school boys show symptoms of an eating disorder
  • epidemics of chronic autoimmune and neurological diseases
  • asthma and attention-deficit disorder have doubled
  • diabetes and learning disabilities have tripled
  • chronic arthritis now affects nearly 1 in 5 Americans
  • autism has increased by 300% or more in many states…

and the number one high probability suspect to all of this is… vaccinationsvaccine children

Regardless of those facts, the Government/Vaccine Industry is going to keep on vaccinating, covering up, lying to us, forcing us, bullying us, showing us scary pictures of what the disease can do to you, and claiming vaccines are safe until every other child (or every child) has a vaccine induced disease.  Insanity of the medical Nazis.

Yes, vaccines have been ballyhooed as one of the great advances of modern science.

But even with all the government’s efforts (scare tactics) to get more people immunized against measles, flu, and many other diseases, there’s mounting evidence that vaccines may not be the medical miracle they have been touted to be but may in fact be the stuff nightmares are made of.

In the measles outbreak tied to Disneyland in California, many vaccinatedmumps people have nonetheless contracted the illness. Health authorities had previously declared measles eradicated from the U.S.  And there was a fast-moving outbreak of mumps cases among pro hockey players, most of whom had been vaccinated.  They were led to believe vaccines offer lifelong immunity when they don’t.  How on earth do 20-year-old highly athletic men on the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team all come down with the mumps if they were vaccinated as kids?

Not only are vaccines proving less effective than promised, but many people are avoiding them because of possible side effects.   In fact, there’s a pending lawsuit regarding the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine which claims the U.S. government purchased an estimated four million doses of mislabeled and misbranded vaccine for at least a decade.

Whistleblowers claim vaccine tests were fudged to achieve favorable results by adding animal antibodies to blood samples.

Another issue of concern is potentially dangerous ingredients added to the vaccines.  According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): “Chemicals used in the production of vaccines include a suspending fluid, preservatives and stabilizers, and adjuvants or enhancers that help improve the vaccine’s effectiveness.”

And right on the CDC’s own Web page, is a list of common additives, many of which are toxic:

  • Aluminum gels or salts of aluminum to help improve vaccine response.
  • Antibiotics to prevent bacterial growth during production and storage of the vaccine.
  • Egg protein founds in flu and yellow fever vaccines which may trigger an allergic reaction.
  • Monosodium glutamate (MSG) and 2-phenoxy-ethanol, which are stabilizers and can cause allergic reaction.
  • Thimerosal, a mercury-containing preservative to prevent contamination and growth of harmful bacteria.

And of course they fail to mention lipopolysaccharides (LPS), which are also added to some vaccines and have been linked to many neurological disorders, including multiple sclerosis.

The American Society of Microbiology acknowledges the use of LPS in vaccines, but says its use “is restricted because of unacceptable toxicity.”

The hard cold fact is that vaccination is not a foolproof way to avoid disease. American children are the most highly vaccinated in the world — receiving some 49 doses in 14 vaccines before the age of 6. But that hasn’t stopped them from being among the most chronically ill childhood populations among Western nations, say experts.

Vaccine manufacturing is the number-one money maker for big pharmaceutical companies, which use their lobbyists and influence to greatly sway the government to make shots mandatory.

By the way, the flu vaccine has been found to be largely ineffective this season. The flu vaccine hasn’t cut deaths and hospitalizations from the flu, despite all the government campaigns and pressure to have everyone vaccinated.

Vaccine GanhdiWhat some experts say about vaccinations

“The only way to have full immunity is to get the disease itself.  If a child is breastfed, well nourished, and healthy, the side effects of common childhood diseases should be minimal and he or she WILL have lifelong immunity. There have been millions of reports about the negative consequences of vaccines, but nobody is talking about that. I have seen devastating neurological diseases develop as a direct cause of vaccines. If you do choose to vaccinate, make sure that your child has adequate amount of zinc, and vitamins B, and C.  And never give a child a vaccine when he or she is ill.”   Retired neurosurgeon and vaccine expert Russell Blaylock, M.D., author of The Blaylock Wellness Report, a monthly health newsletter

med heretic“After contracting measles and other childhood illnesses (e.g. chickenpox, scarlet fever, whooping cough, rubella, mumps and may be others), it has been widely accepted by many health practitioners, including experienced orthodox pediatricians that this is often beneficial for the general health of many children. Specifically it has been shown that children contracting measles naturally were less likely to suffer from allergic conditions such as asthma, eczema and hay fever, (Lancer June 29 1996).”  Trevor Gunn, BSc

“For a pediatrician to attack what has become the “bread and butter” of pediatric practice is equivalent to a priest denying the infallibility of the pope.  Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, M.D. on vaccinations.  Author of “Confessions of a Medical Heretic.”

“In the last century the practice of medicine has become no more than an adjunct to the pharmaceutical industry and the other aspects of the huge, powerful and immensely profitable health care industry. Medicine is no longer an independent profession. Doctors have become nothing more than a link connecting the pharmaceutical industry to the consumer.”  Dr. Vernon Coleman

“Indeed the modern physician now only represents an extension of these (medical) industries into the public.” Carl Reich, M.D.

“Did you know that the research information contained in the Physicians’ Desk Reference the pharmaceutical bible used by M.D.s is supplied by the drug manufacturers themselves? Did you know that the FDA approves drugs not by actually doing the testing, but simply by reviewing studies submitted by the drug manufacturers? Did you know that a drug manufacturer needs to submit only two studies showing satisfactory results to get a drug approved by the FDA even if there are even more studies’ showing the drug causes adverse reactions in an unacceptably high number of cases?    Did you know that most of the articles discussing the efficacy of drugs that are published in medical journals are studies paid for by the drug manufacturer? And that often, as the New York Times reported last summer, the academic scientists listed as lead authors are often just ‘window dressing, to lend credibility to papers that are really the work of drug companies. The academic scientists’ main role in such studies is to recruit patients and administer experimental treatments. The scientists or their universities are paid for this work.’    And did you know that a study conducted by USA Today found that more than half of the experts hired to advise the government on the safety and effectiveness of medicine had a direct financial interest in the drug or topic was asked to evaluate?” Burton Goldberg

vaccine child“The vaccine establishment is desperate. The ghosts of their fraudulent science, manipulated research, misleading propaganda across mainstream media and in the blogosphere are returning to haunt them. The pro-vaccine pundits are rapidly losing credibility as increasing numbers of parents and young adults educate themselves about vaccine efficacy and their health risks.  If it were left for an open scientific debate between pro-vaccinators and those opposing vaccines, the former would have science on their side.   It is time for a national debate to end vaccine madness. As further research emerges, as the vaccine paradigm is further stripped away, future generations will be looking back upon vaccination as a barbaric, primitive practice.”  Gary Null, PhD

“We are not dealing with a scientific problem.  We are dealing with a political issue.” Samuel Epstein, M.D. on vaccinations.

“What they don’t tell you is that a child who receives the MMR vaccine can still get measles. In an outbreak of measles in Texas in 1987, 96%mickey mealses of the cases were considered non-preventable. In other words, all the measles cases were either fully vaccinated, had a religious or medical exemption or were born before 1957.  According to the Panhandle Health District, 85% of the documented cases of pertussis had 4 out of 4 of their DPT shots and 15% had 3 out of 4 of their DPT shots. The CDC statistics for this outbreak in all five northern counties states that out of 253 reported cases, 81.5% were fully vaccinated or had 4 out of 4 of their DPT shots.” Ingri Cassel

“Another point which I document in my presentation… is that there is little or no objective research into the possible adverse effects of vaccines. There has never been a study comparing vaccinated to unvaccinated children. The only explanation for this is bias and political pressure.” Philip Incao, MD

“Vaccines have become sacraments of our faith in biotechnology in the sense that 1) their efficacy and safety are widely seen as self-evident and needing no further proof; 2) they are given automatically to everyone, by force if necessary, but always in the name of the public good; and 3) they ritually initiate our loyal participation in the medical enterprise as a whole. They celebrate our right and power as a civilization to manipulate biological processes ad libitum and for profit, without undue concern for or even any explicit concept of the total health of the populations about to be subjected to them.” Richard Moskowitz MD

“The greatest threat of childhood diseases lies in the dangerous and ineffectual efforts made to prevent them through mass immunization.  There is no convincing scientific evidence that mass inoculations can be credited with eliminating any childhood disease.” Robert Mendelsohn, MD

“Forced me to look into the question of vaccination further, and the further I looked the more shocked I became. I found that the whole vaccine business was indeed a gigantic hoax. Most doctors are convinced that they are useful, but if you look at the proper statistics and study the instances of these diseases you will realize that this is not so.”  Dr Kalokerinos, MD (International Vaccine Newsletter June 1995)

“Fear of disease drives people to vaccinate against commonsense and rationality. Vaccination is unethical and immoral because of the manner in which the vaccine is produced (through the great suffering of poisoned animals). The income generated through vaccination is the driving reason why the medical profession does not wish to identify aforementioned problems in safety and efficacy. Conscientious objectors should be willing to stand their ground with courage and face persecution and penalties. Those objecting for medical reasons should aspire towards mastery of the subject such that they will be able to win others towards their perspective. Sanitation, hygiene, fresh air, water, and clean food are essential for preventing infection and/or helping those infected to recover.”  Mahatma Gandhi

News Flash: Mickey Mouse is responsible for spreading measles to children at Disneyland

That absurd headline has more truth in it coming from a health department official than them telling us that unvaccinated children are to vaccines cdcblame for a recent outbreak that occurred at “the happiest place on Earth,” in which 39 people – and counting – from at least four states, according to the latest reports, have been confirmed as having contracted the disease while visiting the park.

“Official” reports are claiming that unvaccinated children are to blame because some of those who contracted the measles hadn’t been vaccinated.  Most of them had been vaccinated, of course, and the original source of the disease has yet to be determined. But like always, it’s automatically a given that those pesky-freedom-loving-individual-choice-folks who choose NOT to inject their bodies with a vaccine that causes brain damage and autism (and that’s been proven to spread the measles) – that THEY must have triggered the outbreak.

The interesting thing about this latest measles outbreak (and all the other ones you’ve heard about since then and will hear about) is that the bought-off-media is parading it around as evidence that NOT getting vaccinated triggers disease outbreaks, even though the original source of the disease is unknown. It’s highly probable that a vaccinated person spread the disease to both vaccinated and unvaccinated people, which in and of itself shows the absolute lack of effectiveness of all vaccines.

micky measlesIf the vaccine for measles – in the U.S., this vaccine is the combination measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) injection – really did work as claimed, then all the measles cases identified at Disneyland would have been in unvaccinated people.  But they weren’t.  Early on, media reports claimed that “most” of the cases were in unvaccinated people.  More recent reports are saying that “some” of the people were unvaccinated.  The reality is that MOST were vaccinated that got the measles.

MMR vaccines trigger “atypical” measles, potentially triggering a measles outbreak

Previous measles outbreaks have occurred among mostly vaccinated populations, for which health officials have zero explanation other than to, again, blame the unvaccinated (which makes no sense, but they do it anyway). Many measles-vaccinated individuals have also come down with what’s known as “atypical” measles (AMS) infection later in life, the direct result of getting vaccinated.

In a paper published back in 1979, AMS infection was described as a “hypersensitivity” response to a natural measles infection due to having previously been injected with an inactivated measles virus. A measles epidemic that occurred several years prior in Northern California exhibited all the signs of atypical measles caused by vaccination.

Typical vs. Atypical Measles

“In typical measles a maculopapular rash occurs first at the hairline, progresses caudally (downward), is concentrated on the face and atypical measlestrunk, and is often accompanied by Koplik’s spots,” explains the study, as reported by the International Medical Council on Vaccination.

“In AMS [atypical measles] the rash Is morphologically a mixture of maculopapular, petechial, vesicular, and urticarial components. It usually begins and is concentrated primarily on the extremities, progresses cephalad (head ward), and is NOT accompanied by Koplik’s spots.”

The point being that a measles-vaccinated population WAS responsible for this particular outbreak, and likely many others. And yet the mainstream media is making no mention of AMS in its reports, instead choosing to perpetuate the LIE that unvaccinated people are always the cause of disease outbreaks. While they may be the cause in very few cases, they’re most likely NOT in the vast majority of them.

MMR Vaccines Cause Measles!

The Institute of Medicine even admitted in a report claiming that MMR vaccines don’t cause autism that the vaccines can, in fact, cause measles. On page 574, in fact, this report claims that the evidence “convincingly supports” the notion that MMR vaccines CAUSE measles.

How Measles Vaccination Began

Measles vaccination in the US and many other countries started in the early 1960’s, at the time when measles was naturally fading and wasmeasles vaccine heading for the 18 year low. That’s why the vaccine seemingly lowered the incidence; however, this was only coincidental with the natural dynamics of measles.

As one of many examples involving all infectious diseases of childhood against which vaccines have been developed, ever since any measles vaccines have been introduced and used in mass proportions, reports of outbreaks and epidemics of measles in even 100% vaccinated populations started filling pages in medical journals.

Reports of serious reactions including deaths also appeared with increasing frequency.

Once a vaccine is authorized for children, the manufacturer and the physician administering the vaccine are substantially relieved of any and all liability for any and all adverse effects.  In other words, you can’t sue anybody for a vaccination problem of any kind.

Merck warned about brain inflammation

The phenomenon of measles infection spread by MMR (live measles-mumps-rubella vaccine) has been known for decades. In fact, 20 years ago, scientists working at the CDC’s National Center for Infectious Diseases, funded by the WHO and the National Vaccine Program, discovered something truly disturbing about the MMR vaccine: it leads to detectable measles infection in the vast majority of those who receive it.  The manufacturer Merck’s own product warning links MMR to a potentially fatal form of brain inflammation caused by measles.

Published in 1995 in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology and titled, “Detection of Measles Virus RNA in Urine Specimens from Vaccine Recipients,” researchers analyzed urine samples from newly MMR vaccinated 15-month-old children and young adults and reported their eye-opening results as following:

  • Measles virus RNA was detected in 10 of 12 children during the 2-week sampling period.
  • In some cases, measles virus RNA was detected as early as 1 day or as late as 14 days after the children were vaccinated.
  • Measles virus RNA was also detected in the urine samples from all four of the young adults between 1 and 13 days after vaccination.

The authors of this study used a relatively new technology at that time, namely, reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR), which they believed could help resolve growing challenges associated with measles detection in the shifting post-mass immunization epidemiological and clinical landscape. These challenges include:

  • A changing clinical presentation towards ‘milder’ or asymptomatic measles in previously vaccinated individuals.
  • A changing epidemiological distribution of measles (a shift toward children younger than 15 months, teenagers, and young adults)
  • Increasing difficulty distinguishing measles-like symptoms (exanthema) caused by a range of other pathogens from those caused by measles virus.
  • An increase in sporadic measles outbreaks in previously vaccinated individuals.

Twenty years later, PCR testing is widely acknowledged as highly sensitive and specific, and the only efficient way to distinguish vaccine-strain and wild-type measles infection, as their clinical presentation are indistinguishable.

Did the CDC use PCR Testing on the Disneyland Measles Cases?

measles deathThe latest measles outbreak at Disney is a perfect example of where PCR testing could be used to ascertain the true origins of the outbreak. The assumption that the non-vaccinated are carriers and transmitters of a disease the vaccinated are immune to has not been scientifically validated. Since vaccine strain measles has almost entirely supplanted wild-type, communally acquired measles, it is statistically unlikely that PCR tests will reveal the media’s hysterical story-line – “non-vaxxers brought back an eradicated disease!” –  to be true. Until such studies are performed and exposed, we’ll never know for certain.

Laura Hayes, of Age of Autism, recently addressed this key question in her insightful article Disney, Measles, and the Fantasyland of Vaccine Perfection, “Has there been any laboratory confirmation of even one case of the supposed measles related to Disneyland?  If yes, was the confirmed case tested to determine whether it was wild-type measles or vaccine-strain measles?  If not, why not?  These are important questions to ask. Is it measles or not? If yes, what kind, because if it’s vaccine-strain measles, then that means it is the vaccinated who are contagious and spreading measles resulting in what the media likes to label “outbreaks” to create panic (a panic more appropriately triggered by our 25 year history of epidemic autism).  It would be what one might call ‘vaccine fallout.’  People who receive live-virus vaccines, such as the MMR, can then shed that live virus, for up to many weeks and can infect others.  Other live-virus vaccines include the nasal flu vaccine, shingles vaccine, rotavirus vaccine, chicken pox vaccine, and yellow fever vaccine.”

Everywhere you look the media insists that it’s raining measles and everyone should get the MMR vaccine or the booster, made by Merck, to protect themselves.  Even the faux President Obama has publicly stated, “those who don’t get their shots can pose a risk to infants and other people who can’t get vaccinated.”  The pathological liar assures parents that vaccine science is “pretty indisputable.”

Herd Immunity

What science is he looking at?  First of all, as a non-vaccinated person, you’re more likely to die from an ant bite than you are from measles. herd immunity Are you afraid of ants?  Then you shouldn’t be afraid of measles or the unvaccinated.  Still though, there are millions of parents jumping up and down screaming that we should all get vaccinated to ensure herd immunity.

The “herd immunity” is a failed hypothesis. It’s very easy to test: Find a vaccinated herd and monitor them for infection.  Repeat.  That’s science: The observation of reproducible results. Observing the MMR vaccinated herd, we find that they get sick, often.

The New England Journal of Medicine published that, “An outbreak of measles occurred among adolescents in Corpus Christi, Texas, in the spring of 1985, even though vaccination requirements for school attendance had been thoroughly enforced.”

Even naturally acquired immunity fails to “protect the herd.”  The failure of herd immunity was also stressed by the medical journal, Clinical Infectious Diseases.  Warning against using the vaccine for protection, they wrote, “Other problems arise because herd immunity is not the same as biologic (immunologic) immunity; individuals protected only by indirect herd effects remain fully susceptible to infection, should they ever be exposed.”

If herd immunity did exist, it would have to be imparted from a safe and effective vaccine.

The MMR vaccine is a complete failure.  In fact, it’s such a loser that Merck was taken to court in 2012 for falsifying data. This was conveniently withheld from the media.

vaccine lyingIn a 2012 class action lawsuit – United States v. Merck & Co. and Chatom Primary Care v. Merck & Co. – two virologists from Merck showed that the drug giant “falsified testing of the efficacy of the drug and misstated the drug’s efficacy to the government as having a 95% efficacy rate.”

In the court trial you never heard about, it was discovered that, “Merck incorporated the use of animal antibodies to artificially inflate the results, but it too failed to achieve Merck’s fabricated efficacy rate.

Confronted with two failed methodologies, Merck then falsified the test data to guarantee the results it desired. Having reached the desired, albeit falsified, efficacy threshold, Merck submitted these fraudulent results to the Food & Drug Administration (“FDA”) and European Medicines Agency (“EMA”).”

The CDC, along with Obama and the media continue to assert that their science supporting the measles vaccine is “indisputable.”   Following the trail of the “indisputable” science of the CDC and Obama leads you to CDC researcher Poul Thorsen.  He was indicted by the Department of Justice for vaccine research fraud and money laundering.  He’s currently on the Office of the Inspector Generals most wanted list.

Obviously, the unvaccinated parents have justifiable concerns to avoid shots. But, the vaccinated, even more so.  One brave father stepped forward to show pictures of his 15 month old son playing with his tool box and scrambling through the house to use them on furniture and toys.  Days later the child received his MMR shot.  18 years later, he’s still in diapers trying to learn his first words.

The science is clearly disputable. When herd immunity and vaccines are proven failures, you can’t use them as evidence to encourage vaccination or to sue parents who refuse to accept the flawed status-quo perpetuated by the pharmaceutically compliant politicians and the media.  Therefore, the herd mentality of the liberals will insist that everyone get vaccinated no matter what even at federal gunpoint if necessary.

How about some Vaccine LOGIC?!

Many decades have passed since the subject of Logic was a basic requirement taught in American public schools. Students and their parents logicnowadays don’t know what logic is. And as a result one of the many tragic outcomes is that vaccine advocates have been able to peddle their basic theory without much challenge to their arguments.

Here’s a huge problem with their theory: When you receive a vaccine, it’s said that your body produces antibodies against a particular germ and that’s is a good thing. Therefore, vaccination prepares the body for the day when that germ will really rear its ugly head and make its attack, at which point your immune system (including antibodies) will mount a successful defense.

But, look at it this way: For most diseases, when you’re given a blood test to see if you’re infected, the standard for infection is “presence of antibodies.”  This really doesn’t make any sense at all.  If vaccination produces those antibodies, it’s signaled as protection. But if a diagnostic blood test reveals those same antibodies, it’s a signal of infection and disease.  Therefore, vaccine produced antibodies = health.  Antibodies naturally produced by the body = illness.  Hmmmm… appears to be a contradiction.

Applying logic, you resolve a contradiction by dropping one of the two sides and admitting it’s false. Or you go deeper and reject some prior premise that led to the contradiction in the first place.

So here we’ll go deeper. What does vaccination supposedly do to “prepare” the body against the future invasion of a particular germ? It stimulates the production of antibodies against that germ.  Antibodies are immune-system scouts that move through the body, identifying germs, and target them for destruction by other immune-system troops.  But, since our entire immune system is involved in wreaking that destruction, why is bulking up one department of the immune system—antibodies—sufficient to guarantee future protection?  On what basis can we infer that bulking up antibodies, through vaccination, is enough?

The truth is, there’s no basis. It’s an assumption. It’s not a fact. Logic makes a clear distinction between assumptions and facts. Confusing the two leads to all sorts of problems, and it certainly does in the case of vaccination as you’re seeing from the media.

immunitySo, why does your body need a vaccine in order to be prepared for the later invasion of germs?  The whole structure/function of the immune system is naturally geared to launch its multifaceted counter-attack against germs whenever trouble arises. The antibodies innately swing into action when a potentially harmful germ makes its appearance at whatever age you are.

It’s said by vaccine advocates that vaccination is a “rehearsal for the real thing.”  But the truth is that no need for rehearsal has been established.   Why are we supposed to believe that such a rehearsal works? The usual answer from the vaxx pushers is: “The body remembers the original vaccination and how it produced antibodies, and so it’s better prepared to do it again when the need is real.”  Again, there’s no basis for this extraordinary notion of “remembering.”  It’s merely another assumption sold as fact and sadly a lot of folks are buying it.

The terms “prepared for the real thing,” “rehearsal,” and “remember” aren’t defined.  They’re extremely vague. One of the first lessons of logic is: Define your terms.  The vaccine advocates are missing theirs.

A precious little helpless baby, only a few days old, receives a Hepatitis B vaccine. This means the actual Hep-B germ, or some fraction of it, is in the vaccine. The objective? To stimulate the production of antibodies against Hep-B. Assuming the baby can accomplish this feat, the antibodies circulate and paint those Hep-B germs for destruction now.  From that instant on, the body is ready to execute the same mission, IF and when Hep-B germs float in the door.  But when they float in the door, why wouldn’t the body produce antibodies on its own, exactly as it did after the vaccination was given? Why did it need the vaccination to teach it how to do what it naturally does?  And why should we infer the baby’s body is undergoing an effective rehearsal when vaccinated, and will somehow remember that lesson years later?  The logic of this is ripped apart and therefore without merit.

Vaccine advocates will now say, “Well, it doesn’t matter because vaccines work. They do prevent disease.”  That’s a different argument, and it should be assessed separately. There are two major ways of doing that:  1. By evaluating claims that in all places and times, mass vaccination has drastically lowered or eliminated those diseases it was designed to prevent.  2. By a controlled study of two groups of volunteers, in which one group is vaccinated and the other isn’t, to gauge the outcome.

Let’s look at number one: Those who claim that vaccines have been magnificently effective in wiping out disease have several HUGE hurdles to overcome. They have to prove, for each disease in question, that when a vaccine for that disease was first introduced, the prevalence of the disease was on the rise or was at a high steady rate in the population.  Why? Because, as many critics have stated, some or all of these diseases were already in sharp decline when the vaccines were introduced for the first time.

For example: “The combined death rate from scarlet fever, diphtheria, whooping cough and measles among children up to fifteen shows that nearly 90% of the total decline in mortality between 1860 and 1965 had occurred before the introduction of antibiotics and widespread immunization. In part, this recession may be attributed to improved housing and to a decrease in the virulence of micro-organisms, but by far the most important factor was a higher host-resistance due to better nutrition.” Ivan Illich, Medical Nemesis, Bantam Books, 1977

Bottom line there is that, for reasons having nothing to do with vaccination, the diseases were on the way out. Nutrition had improved, sanitation was better, etc.

So let’s see the proof, for every disease which vaccines are supposed to prevent, that those diseases were significantly raging in the population when the vaccines were first introduced.

Then let’s also see proof that, after the introduction of vaccines, the diseases in question weren’t merely given new labels (or redefined) to hide the fact that they weren’t really going away. There’s testimony, for example, that in America, the definition of paralytic polio was changed after the introduction of the Salk vaccine, and by the new more restricted definition, far fewer cases of polio could be diagnosed—thus making it seem the vaccine was effective.

There are also questions about the success of the famous smallpox vaccine campaign in Africa and Latin America. When all was said and done, were new cases of smallpox then diagnosed as meningitis? Was destruction wreaked by the vaccine then called AIDS?

Researchers have warned that the smallpox vaccine, when given to people whose immune systems are already grossly weakened, can destroy what’s left of the immune system—and immune-defense destruction is the hallmark of the definition of AIDS.

The number two major way of assessing the success of mass vaccination is through a proper controlled study.

For any vaccine, this is how it must be done: Assemble two large groups of people. Total, at least 8,000. Make sure these two groups are very well matched. That means: similar in age; very similar in medical history and medical drug history; similar exposure levels to environmental chemicals; very close nutritional levels, status, and dietary habits.

The first group gets the vaccine. The second group doesn’t. They’re tracked, with very few dropouts, for a period of at least eight years. The INDEPENDENT researchers note how many from each group get the disease the vaccine is supposed to prevent. They note what other diseases or health challenges the volunteers encounter.

Such a study, using these proper standards, has never been done for any vaccine.  If that fact seems rather illogical, you’re right. It is.

Finally, vaccine advocates need to prove that substances in vaccines like mercury, formaldehyde, and aluminum, although classified as toxic when studied alone, are somehow forgiven when shot directly into the body through a needle. The (absolute absurd) logic of this needs to be explained fully to those inquiring minds that need to know.

This isn’t a matter of claiming that “a particular disease,” like autism, isn’t caused by a particular chemical, like mercury. That’s a logical deception all on its own. We’re talking about harm caused by toxins under any name or no name. When a person ingests cyanide, do we say he has a disease? Of course not.

Children in school, their parents, and teachers have never been exposed to logic, so it’s easy to sell them vaccines as valid. But selling is not the same thing as science.

And “being a scientist” is not the same thing as knowing what science and logic actually are. The same fact can be applied to news anchors, public health officials, and Heaven forbid – politicians. They can say “the evidence for vaccinating is overwhelming,” but so can a parrot in a cage, with enough training.

Of course, these so-called experts won’t come out and engage in a serious debate about the theory and practice of vaccination. They refuse to.

Millions of people around the world would eagerly watch a true extended debate on the subject. Such debate used to be a standard practice when Logic was studied, when it was understood to be vital for deciding the truth or falsity of a position.  Now, it’s all about Public Relations and propaganda, the modern version of logic for the dumbed-down sheeple crowd an example of which you’ll see in this next heading:

Politicians will be Jumping On board the Vaccination Bandwagon

According to the Washington Post, on 02/02/15: “Medical experts reacted with alarm Monday as two top contenders for the Republican presidential nomination appeared to question whether child vaccinations should be mandatory — injecting politics into an emotional issue that has taken on new resonance with a recent outbreak of measles in the United States.’

First, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, while visiting a vaccine laboratory here, called for ‘some measure of choice’ on whether shots guarding against measles and other diseases should be required for children.

Then, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), an ophthalmologist who is also readying a 2016 campaign, said in two U.S. television interviews that he thinks most vaccines should be voluntary, citing ‘many tragic cases of walking, talking, normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines.’

‘The state doesn’t own your children,’ Paul said on CNBC, praising vaccines for their health benefits but insisting that the government should not mandate their use in most cases. ‘Parents own the children. And it is an issue of freedom and public health.’

The vigorous outcry in response to the remarks underscored the sensitivity surrounding the vaccination debate, particularly given a widening multistate measles outbreak linked to a California theme park. Both Christie and Paul are leading GOP candidates who are likely to exercise significant influence over the direction of the 2016 primary race.

The comments also illustrated persistent strains of skepticism within both parties over vaccination requirements, fueled in part by discredited claims of a connection between childhood shots and autism. Scientists have blamed a small but influential anti-vaccine movement for helping spark a new epidemic of measles, which was once virtually eliminated.

On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that more than 100 cases of the highly infectious disease were diagnosed in January. Most of the cases appear linked to victims who became ill after visiting Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., in mid-December.

‘When you see educated people or elected officials giving credence to things that have been completely debunked, an idea that’s been shown to be responsible for multiple measles and pertussis outbreaks in recent years, it’s very concerning,’ said Amesh Adalja, an infectious-disease physician at the Center for Health Security at the University of Pittsburgh. He called the comments from Paul particularly troubling because Paul is a doctor.

Christie’s aides quickly tried to clarify his remarks, insisting in a statement that the Republican governor believes vaccines are ‘an important public health protection.’

After visiting a MedImmune vaccine laboratory in Cambridge, Christie was asked to weigh in on the debate in the United States over the measles outbreak. President Obama told NBC News anchor Savannah Guthrie on Sunday, ‘You should get your kids vaccinated.’

‘The science is, you know, pretty indisputable,’ Obama said. ‘We’ve looked at this again and again. There is every reason to get vaccinated, but there aren’t reasons to not.’ (God HELP us with anything that comes out this person’s mouth! JF)

Christie, however, said Monday that ‘there has to be a balance, and it depends on what the vaccine is, what the disease type is, and all the rest.’ He added: ‘Not every vaccine is created equal, and not every disease type is as great a public health threat as others.

‘I also understand that parents need to have some measure of choice in things as well, so that’s the balance that the government has to decide,’ he said.

As for Paul, he told talk show host Laura Ingraham that he had chosen to hold off on vaccinating his children for some diseases.

‘I didn’t like them getting 10 vaccines at once, so I actually delayed my kids’ vaccines and had them staggered over time,’ he said.

Both men’s remarks drew immediate rebuke from experts on the issue.

Seth Mnookin, a professor at MIT who has written a book on the vaccination debate called The Panic Virus, called the comments from Christie and Paul ‘incredibly, incredibly irresponsible.’

Such remarks, he said, ‘basically fail at the first duty of a politician, which is to calm his constituents in moments of irrational crisis.’

The criticism came too from some political strategists, who wondered whether Christie in particular might have been attempting to appeal to Republicans suspicious of government mandates.

‘There’s only one of two options,’ said Rick Wilson, a Republican operative from Florida. ‘Either he’s so tone-deaf that he doesn’t understand why saying this is bad for him, or this is a considered political strategy. And that would be even more troubling.’

Christie aides said he was not questioning science, and they acknowledged that his initial comments could be misconstrued.

‘The Governor believes vaccines are an important public health protection and with a disease like measles there is no question kids should be vaccinated,’ said a statement issued from Christie’s office in Trenton, N.J., after the uproar. ‘At the same time different states require different degrees of vaccination, which is why he was calling for balance in which ones government should mandate.’

In substance, Christie’s overseas comments did not differ dramatically from remarks he has made previously in New Jersey, which faces higher than average childhood autism rates and an active community of parents who have questioned vaccinations.

In 2009, Christie met with parents concerned about autism rates and listened to some who expressed fears that the disease might be linked to vaccinations, said Louise Kuo Habakus, who co-edited a book called Vaccine Epidemic and is active with the group New Jersey Coalition for Vaccination Choice. She said not everyone at the meeting held that view.

Habakus said she gave Christie a copy of her book just before a 2011 town-hall meeting. During the public event that followed, Christie chose to call on her to ask a question, which she said she took as a sign that he wanted to allow her a forum to express her concerns.

She praised Christie for supporting ‘greater dialogue’ about parental rights but said she had never heard him link autism and vaccination or discourage parents from getting shots for their children.

‘I think he’s been very brave on this issue,’ she said. “He’s been constant and courageous on this issue, saying parents should be more involved in the discussion.’

The link between vaccinations and autism was alleged in a small 1998 study that has since been widely discredited in the scientific community. The journal that published the study retracted it in 2010, and its author lost his medical license.

But many doctors had cast doubt on the study even before those actions, insisting that the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine was safe and effective at combating once-deadly but now preventable diseases.

Both Obama and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) drew fire in 2008 for seeming to give credence to the link. At one campaign appearance, Obama noted that ‘some people are suspicious’ that skyrocketing rates of autism might be linked to vaccines.

‘The science right now is inconclusive, but we have to research it,’ he said.

McCain said at a town hall meeting in 2008 that there was ‘strong evidence that indicates it’s got to do with a preservative in vaccines.’sheeple3

Obama has said recently that the science is now settled and has urged vaccination.

Nick Gillespie, editor in chief of the libertarian magazine Reason, said there is a vigorous debate over vaccines, particularly whether government should mandate their use. He said Christie may have been trying to curry favor with libertarian-leaning Republicans with his emphasis on parental choice.

‘There is a broadly ascending libertarian sentiment in the Republican Party,’ he said. ‘Even mainstream establishment Republicans understand they need to speak to the libertarian wing.’

Former Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina, who is considering a long-shot 2016 run, also appeared to endorse parental choice for vaccines in a BuzzFeed interview last week.  ‘I think vaccinating for measles makes a lot of sense. But that’s me. I do think parents have to make those choices. I mean, I got measles as a kid. We used to all get measles,’ she said. “I got chicken pox, I got measles, I got mumps.’

Fiorina also drew a distinction between the measles vaccine and one intended to combat human papillomavirus (HPV), a common sexual infection that can lead to cervical cancer. The vaccine sparked controversy in the 2012 campaign when then-Rep. ­Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) blasted then-Texas Gov. Rick ­Perry for helping to institute a mandate requiring most girls in Texas to get the vaccine.

Some social conservatives object to a mandate because they argue it would suggest to young girls that having sex is acceptable. Bachmann later falsely suggested that the HPV vaccine might cause mental retardation.

Mnookin said various studies have tried to examine the political leanings of those who oppose vaccination, finding that they are drawn from both parties.

‘It’s not a homogenous group,’ he said. “People who don’t vaccinate are not more likely to congregate politically one side of the aisle or the other.’”

I had to share that news article with you so you could see the complete lack of logic coming from the majority of the folks quoted in it. And for you to be aware that you’ve just begun to see the tip of this in the news of which all of it will be heavily slanted against those of us who choose not to vaccinate.  I believe there’s a nefarious reason behind it all that defies logic.  Heaven help us, but you and I must do our part to be informed and logical.

10 Life-Saving Reasons NOT to Vaccinate

measles failureI could go on and on about this.  There’s been numerous books written about the evils of vaccines and countless articles with more to come, so for the sake of this article here’s the bottom line: If your doctor, your child’s school administrator, a politician, a friend or family member is pressuring (bullying) you to inject yourself or your child with genetically modified (GM) viruses, toxic chemicals, heavy metals and preservatives, and you’re not sure how to make the best and most informed choice in the matter – or even how to respond back to these people intelligently in order to shut them up – consider the following life-saving reasons NOT to go the unnatural medical vaccination route:

  1. Vaccines don’t work. When printed on a poster or constantly repeated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the embedded claim that vaccines prevent communicable disease and impart lasting immunity might sound nice to the low-information masses. But the science doesn’t back those claims up, with outbreak after outbreak proving that vaccinated people are the most immunocompromised, and are always the ones contracting the diseases against which they were vaccinated. Not only do vaccines not impart lasting immunity, they actually destroy the body’s natural immune capacity, leaving many vaccinated individuals immuno-debilitated throughout their lives.
  2. Vaccines have never been proven safe or effective. Every single study used as “evidence” that vaccines are safe erroneously compares side effects from one vaccine to side effects from another vaccine, effectively canceling them out. None of them compare the health outcomes of vaccinated versus unvaccinated individuals, which would be the true test of vaccine safety. True scientific, double-blind placebo studies have never been conducted on vaccines to determine their safety.
  3. The first vaccine was a complete failure, which the industry tried to cover up. Most people don’t know that the first vaccine ever produced, for smallpox, was a complete disaster. The health consequences in those who received it included syphilis and death, though a concerted effort was made at the time to cover up these outcomes and push vaccines anyway because they’re highly profitable.
  4. Vaccines are highly profitable for drug companies, which aren’t held liable for damages. Vaccines are a major cash cow for the drug industry. Not only are vaccine companies completely shielded from liability when their vaccines injure or kill children, but they’re typically “sponsored” by government agencies that push them on families and children using outrageous and unfounded scare tactics. One of the flaws in studies of vaccines is that there are no true placebo groups. The vaccine is tested in one group of immunized children and is compared to another group of immunized children.
  5. All vaccines contain deadly chemical additives. The average pediatrician would be hard-pressed to provide package inserts outlining vaccine ingredients to their clients prior to pushing vaccines. But parents need to know that all vaccines contain deadly, neuro damaging chemicals like aluminum, mercury and formaldehyde. Many vaccines are also loaded with monosodium glutamate (MSG), antibiotics and even genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
  6. Unvaccinated children are healthier. International studies looking at the health outcomes of unvaccinated children compared to their vaccinated peers have repeatedly shown that the non-vaccinated are less afflicted with allergies, autism, behavioral disorders, autoimmune dysfunction and respiratory ailments. Regarding the worthless flu vaccine, a study published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases found that individuals “treated” for influenza are 550% MORE likely to have respiratory problems.
  7. Vaccines cause lifelong, incurable diseases in some children. It’s one thing to have localized swelling or temporary fever symptoms following vaccinations. But if your child is one of the unfortunate ones who develop permanent nerve damage in the form of Guillain-Barre Syndrome, for instance, he or she could require lifelong care and treatment for vaccine damage. If you choose to vaccinate, are you prepared to totally rearrange your life in the event of autism or brain damage? Vaccines cause dangerous and even deadly brain storms!
  8. Fact: Vaccines kill children and adults. Though young children and babies are most prone to incurring permanent harm from vaccines, adults are also at risk. One prevalent example of this is the infamous Gardasil vaccine for HPV, which to date has injured and killed tens of thousands of adolescents and teenagers. Vaccines are also linked to the fatal condition SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), which the medical establishment blames on genetics or child abuse in order to protect the vaccine sham.
  9. Vaccine companies can’t be sued if you or your child is harmed by vaccines. If vaccines really are as safe as the medical industry constantly claim they are, then why were the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act passed in 1986, exempting vaccine and drug companies, as well as health practitioners, from liability in the event of injury or death? In 2011, the Supreme Court affirmed that injured parties can’t sue vaccine companies for injury or death related to vaccines. Is this really a risk that you want to take with your child? Is this a scam you want in on?
  10. Natural exposure to disease is the absolute best vaccine. The only way to truly develop vibrant, lifelong immunity is to live measlesyour life as you normally would, but without injecting dead (and in some cases live) viruses and chemical adjuvants into your muscle tissue. Natural exposure to whatever diseases are lurking in the world is the only way for your body to develop permanent antibodies that will protect you against disease. Eating fresh, nutrient-dense organic food and living a healthy lifestyle also helps boost your immune system, allowing you to overcome and develop resistance to diseases naturally.  And of course getting regular Chiropractic adjustments. More here:

    Gov. Chris Christie Says Parents Should Have Choice in Vaccinations

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