What kind of car seat, what brand of bottles, daycare, nursery furniture, crib bedding, jogging stroller, baby food, hospital, attachment parenting or not…
So many things parents ask questions about as they are getting ready to have a baby……
Despite the significant rise in parents who are questioning mass vaccination, MOST parents don’t give much thought to getting their children vaccinated.
It’s become a part of our modern-day culture and common medical intervention that, while it receives its share of media hype,
remains unexamined by the people making the decisions…the parents.
My observations why:
1.) There are fewer injections than actual vaccines. (SOURCE)
- This gives parents a false sense of security in thinking they are only getting “a few vaccines” each visit.
- For example, the Pediarix is 1 shot…with 5 different vaccines in it.
Why doesn’t over 48 doses of 14 vaccines by the age of 6 THREATEN the average parent?
2.) The shots are quick and close to painless.
Can you imagine if it was an infusion that took hours until it was complete? The quickness of the intervention doesn’t allow for much questioning while it’s going on. Once it’s done, it’s done and parents feel like there’s no “going back”.
3.) Parents are told they are ‘mandatory’.
- The thought is ‘they couldn’t be harmful if they were mandated by the government’. (By the way they ARE NOT mandatory!!!! This is a.big.fat.lie.)
4.) Parent’s believe no other reasonable people are questioning them, so why should they.
- 25% of parents had serious concerns over vaccines in the year 2000. I’d bet that number is even higher now. (USA Today, Oct 30,2000)
- Studies have shown the vast majority of people who questions vaccines are highly educated, including countless numbers of researchers, medical professionals, lawyers and people in the sciences.
Does this sound familiar?! Almost every parent who sincerely questions vaccination with their pediatrician hears this one. How can a doctor who orders dozens of different drugs a day for their patients, with thousands of side-effects, EVER say that in honesty? It’s absurd. Drugs cause adverse effects. Period.
A caring doctor does not magically neutralize vaccine toxicity.
6.) Vaccines are believed to be the main cause of infectious disease eradication.
“Most of the common childhood diseases were declining in terms of morbidity (complications) and mortality (death) prior to the introduction of vaccinations, according to information obtained directly from government sources.”
7.) You often don’t ‘see’ vaccine reactions, apart from low-grade fever and irritability.
- There are studies linking vaccines to: chronic cognitive dysfunction, behavioral changes, autoimmune disease, motor function impairment, eczema, learning disabilities, arthritis, asthma, autism and more.2 -4, 16-20
- Between mid-1999 and Jan. 4, 2004 (for all vaccines and all reactions), 128,035 adverse reactions were reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). (approx only 10% of reactions are even reported)
Long term chronic problems would be close to impossible for a parent to link back to vaccines. These problems sneak up insidiously on parents. The people “mandating” vaccines should be responsible to do these long-term studies of each vaccine and also study vaccinated vs. unvaccinated kids. Unfortunately, it is not being done.
8.) In a culture that uses pharmaceuticals as a fix for everything, they fit perfectly.
- America accounts for 5% of the population in the world, and we use 50% of the prescription drugs worldwide. Yikes.
Why would anyone in the right mind choose to be put in that category?!
10.) Brainwashing from VERY effective media propaganda.
Billboards, magazines, commercials, newspaper articles, pamphlets in doctor’s offices….constant and biased as can be.
Paid for in LARGE part by BIG pharma…
What are some reasons you didn’t question vaccination?
What reason would be good enough to keep from being informed?
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