DEBUNKED Anti-Vaxxers are a Major Health Threat

Did you see the article The Anti-vaccine movement listed by WHO as one of the TOP 10 biggest threats of 2019. Parents who have seen children injured and die due to vaccines are threatening the profits of an industry that can get it's products mandated through state legislatures. Take a moment to consider US children are the most vaccinated in the world and yet we have seen an exponential increase in chronic illness in our children. Statistics reflect that our children will live shorter lives than their parents. 

Vaccines contain some of the most toxic and carcinogenic ingredients on the planet and are injected into our children 72 times by the age of 18. 

Do you realize that your child will receive more shots before the age of 5 than you received in your entire life. It begs the question, if vaccines work so well, why do we need so many?!! Perhaps it is because of money not health. In fact, this article was advertising for the vaccine industry which is projected to make $59 billion next year. This from an industry that has zero liability and doesn’t pay out any damages when the vaccines hurt or kill your child. 

The U.S. tax payers have paid out $4 billion though for vaccine injury or death through the specific vax courts.  

We hope you will investigate claims like this when you read articles attempting to discredit any reason for parents to not vaccinate their children, rather than blindly believing them.This article is filled with half-truths and outright lies. False News at its finest. This rebuttal is written by Ashley, a dedicated mother, wife and toxicologist with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Toxicology from the University of California at Davis.

The statement:

“To many, the idea that exposure to an illness might confer protection seemed counterintuitive, but the mechanisms and benefits of vaccinations have been borne out by science.”

Reality: Unfortunately, the lie that vaccine efficacy and the theory of vaccination is supported by solid science is false. 

Not only is the theory of vaccine efficacy based on the faulty claim that antibodies equate to immunity (they don’t), no unbiased scientific evidence exists to support the claim that vaccination improves overall health. In addition, the claims of safety are not based on double-blind placebo studies, but on comparing the adverse event rate of a new vaccine to an old vaccine, or to the aluminum adjuvant present in the new vaccine. This is not sound science. (See Vaccine Safety and Dis informed Consent) 

The foundation of “proof” that vaccines are beneficial was laid by the vaccine manufacturers themselves who have sought to gain billions of dollars each year off of the media hype of a new “outbreak”. (The market for vaccines is $50 billion per year.) The media itself is largely funded by the manufacturers of vaccines, and therefore any research or new information that casts a negative light on their products is rarely reported.

“The WHO notes that vaccination is one of the most cost-effective ways to ward off disease, preventing between two and three million deaths every year.”

Reality: First, these claims are not based on science comparing the health outcomes of unvaccinated individuals to vaccinated ones, in the event of exposure to a virus or bacterium. The WHO and the CDC have never done a study comparing unvaccinated individuals to vaccinated ones. 

These claims are instead based on manipulated statistics, assumptions, and guesstimates. For example, while the polio vaccine is administered in droves in third world countries, and the WHO claims to have eradicated polio, one of the major side effects of the polio vaccine itself is “non-polio paralysis”. These adverse events are not reported by the WHO, and we are not told about them. However, if you do enough digging you will find news reports from those third world countries about these incidents. 

Do you know the difference between non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP) and polio paralysis? 

"...while India has been polio-free for a year, there has been a huge increase in non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP). In 2011, there were an extra 47,500 new cases of NPAFP. Clinically indistinguishable from polio paralysis, but twice as deadly, the incidence of NPAFP was directly proportional to doses of oral polio received." 

What is the efficacy of the polio vaccine to prevent paralysis, if one of the side effects is paralysis itself? Easy, they just label this unwanted effect, “non-polio paralysis”. Then they can report that they’ve successfully eradicated polio and that their vaccine is effective.

Second, a healthy, nutrient-dense, unprocessed diet, filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, plus proper hygiene, sanitary living conditions, and clean drinking water, are the most cost-effective ways to ward off both acute and chronic illness. These were the true reasons for the major decline in infectious disease mortality since 1850 (when the sewer system was invented) - NOT vaccination, which came afterward. Mortality from infectious disease in the 1900s had already declined by nearly 93% before the 1950s, before vaccines came onto the scene. However, vaccine manufacturers have been happy to take credit while the false claim that vaccines saved us from dying of these diseases continues to be repeated.

“But skepticism persists, thanks in large part to a fraudulent 1998 study from a researcher named Andrew Wakefield. The attorneys representing parents in a lawsuit against measles vaccine manufacturers paid Wakefield to fabricate evidence showing that the vaccines were linked to autism. Despite the fact that the paper was quickly retracted and Wakefield was found guilty of professional misconduct and had his medical license revoked, anti-vaccination sentiment has only become more entrenched in the years since.”

Reality: These lies about Wakefield - are what is fabricated. Anyone who does real research on this subject will quickly find the holes in these claims.

  • (1) His study was not fraudulent. Wakefield never fabricated any data and the parents of the autistic children in his study attest to it and support him. Wakefield brought a defamation suit against the reporter who originally made claims like this against him. From Wakefield himself: “The opportunity to expose [Brian] Deer and the [British Medical Journal] in defamation proceedings was denied on a jurisdictional technicality in Travis County Court, Texas. They were desperate not to face trial after their case fell apart during the deposition of Jane Smith, deputy editor of the BMJ. When their Dallas-based lawyers realized they had been lied to by their clients, one actually stormed out of the room… Their case was in tatters and they knew it. If [I am a] fraud, why the wish to have the entire case laid bare in court?” 
  • (2) Wakefield’s paper never stated that vaccines cause autism. I repeat, his paper never stated that the MMR causes autism. He stated that further research is needed to investigate a possible relationship between the MMR and chronic enterocolitis. Here is the actual quote from his paper: “We have identified a chronic enterocolitis in children that may be related to neuropsychiatric dysfunction. In most cases, onset of symptoms was after measles, mumps, and rubella immunisation. Further investigations are needed to examine this syndrome and its possible relation to this vaccine.”
    Read it for yourself:
  • (3) That same year, in 1998, the CVI strategic plan (Children’s Vaccine Initiative) was introduced by the WHO and one of the stated goals of the WHO, supported by the vaccine industry, was to push more combination vaccines. Wakefield’s recommendation of making the MMR available as separate vaccines in order to take an extra precaution for vulnerable children, presented a problem for them.
  • (4) Wakefield worked with over ten other scientists on this paper. The one scientist who had the funds available to appeal his license removal, won his appeal in court and had his license reinstated.
  • (5) Wakefield’s research supporting the gut-brain connection has been supported by plenty of research, essentially replicated and confirmed many times over. Recently in California's MIND institute.

Watch this recent interview with Dr. Wakefield

“Last year in the United States, anti-vaccine "hot spots" cropped up in a dozen states including Arizona, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas, and, as a result, measles outbreaks are also on the rise. And it's not just a problem in the U.S.: Around the world, there was a 30 percent rise in measles cases in 2017 from the year before, according to the WHO, with the disease making a resurgence in countries that were on the verge of eradicating it.”

Read more about Hotspot Propoganda Debunked

Reality: Where is the data showing that measles outbreaks cropped up where these anti-vaccine “hotspots” exist (where parents aren’t vaccinating their children)? Without the data, this is no more than assumption and propaganda against parents who have vaccine injured children and choose not to vaccinate for many valid reasons. 

However, if measles “outbreaks” are occurring, and measles is so deadly, where are the reports of deaths from measles in the news during these outbreaks? How come there has only been one official death from measles in the US in the last 12+ years, all while measles outbreaks have occurred every year? (Btw, that one death was an individual who was fully vaccinated for measles, and was taking immunosuppressant medication. The medical professionals didn’t even recognize that she had measles until it was too late.)
See Idaho Hotspot Debunked

Did you know that the majority of the population is not considered immune to measles due to waning immunity from the MMR vaccine?

Unless you have contracted measles naturally, you do not have lifetime immunity. Therefore, the vast majority of the adult population is essentially “unvaccinated”. Technically, there should be outbreaks all over the US, but there aren’t. This is another way the vaccine industry takes credit for something they didn’t do. The presence of viruses circulating within any population are known to wax and then wane naturally with time. While the measles virus was waning, the vaccine took credit for reduced incidence. It’s easy to see the truth once you compare measles to something like typhoid fever, the incidence of which died out at the same time, without widespread vaccination.

And let’s not forget that the MMR vaccine itself is a live virus vaccine which is not only capable of causing measles infection in the vaccinated person, but can also be transmitted to others, and that outbreaks have been traced to fully vaccinated individuals.

Thank goodness we now know that vitamin A effectively treats measles! 

(Why do we need a vaccine for this when it was considered a benign infection and childhood rite of passage in the early 60s?)

Learn More About Herd Immunity

“[T]elling the stories of children sick with measles, mumps, or rubella using words and pictures did have an effect, especially on those most skeptical of vaccines' safety and effectiveness," Collins wrote. On average, people were about a quarter of a point more pro-vaccine after seeing those stories, while the most skeptical—those in the bottom third on the initial vaccine attitudes score—were about six-tenths of a point more in favor of vaccination."

Reality: Sadly, most people are driven to make decisions based on fear, and fear sells vaccines. 

Education, on the other hand, promotes confidence and sound decision-making. Parents should be educated on how to treat these infections and prevent complications if they are contracted. Unfortunately, the public’s dependence on the medical system is essential for the industry to continue to thrive financially.

Statement: “[Vaccines'] success in eliminating deadly and disfiguring diseases has in part contributed to the recent push-back against childhood vaccinations. Parents worry less about the horrifying symptoms of measles that they've never witnessed than the dozens of inevitable pin pricks and potential fevers their children will endure during the vaccination process.”

Reality: ....No. Parents in the 1960s, prior to the introduction of vaccines, were not afraid of measles. Watch the Brady Bunch episode where the entire family gets measles. It’s the joke of the entire show. When I was a child, chicken pox was considered routine. Now it is considered a major cause for alarm. The propaganda surrounding “vaccine preventable diseases” is massive and the fear-tactics are exposed once you see “the man behind the curtain” (Wizard of Oz reference). 

The reality is that these diseases are treatable and parents who educate themselves understand that serious adverse events or injuries from vaccines are actually not uncommon. They are, however, hardly ever reported due to the lack of awareness on the part of medical professionals, who are not educated about vaccine adverse events (because they do not learn about them in medical school). Read More Vaccine Risks

“Unsure of what to do and whom to listen to, many seek answers to their questions elsewhere, or simply rely on their gut feeling, without speaking to those one would presume to be the most qualified to provide science-based guidance specifically tailored to the patient's own values and cultural sensitivities.”

Reality: Doctors are not qualified to provide science-based guidance on vaccines, period. 

Most do not know what the ingredients are and are not aware of the research which has found vaccines are able to cause serious adverse events to develop, days, weeks, months, or even years post-vaccination. Most parents who choose not to vaccinate, do so because they have a vaccine-injured child, and have been forced to do their own research into the scientific literature in order to understand what happened to their child. This is why parents do not trust their doctors, because their doctors are financially compensated for administering vaccines, and typically defend the safety and efficacy of vaccines regardless of the evidence against them.

“That's why the WHO is dedicated to supporting health workers on the ground all over the world as it confronts this and other top health threats of 2019. "Health workers, especially those in communities, remain the most trusted adviser and influences of vaccination decisions…”

Reality: That must be why the WHO brought food and clean water to Haiti when the people there were devastated by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Oh wait, no they didn’t. They sent a million doses of the cholera vaccine... When the people had no food or clean water!  

WHO say that vaccine hesitancy is a health threat. Consider the source! Sadly, the WHO doesn’t ultimately care most about our health. They care about pushing vaccines. Again, the WHO has had a strategic plan in place to push more and more vaccines, since 1998, and one of their key objectives has been to create and expand the demand for vaccines. Another is to promote “respect for and protection of intellectual property”, which essentially means to increase the incentive for vaccine manufacturers to make more vaccines because they will be ale to make more money!

The root of vaccine hesitation is no accountability for the companies that make it and the citizens want a safer product. Remove the 1986 Vaccine Injury Act and the system will start to work. Lawsuits can happen and the companies will have to produce a safer product in order to stay in business.In the meantime, they get all of the advertising they could ever want and  profits sore as their political lobbying budgets are moving state government to mandate vaccines.” - Miste Karlfeldt, Health Freedom Idaho

There’s much more that can be said.

 Please go to Ashley's blog and view vaccine research website for supporting information. >>


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