Vaccines cause more harm than measles: writer
Saturday, May 03, 2014 06:00 am
After reading the front page news of the April 23 edition of the Gazette, warning about the health hazards of measles, I had to give my head a shake. Really? This is front page news? We need warnings of times and locations where possible exposure to measles may have occurred? While AHS promotes its agenda to vaccinate everybody for everything, we do so at our peril. Measles do have some risks associated, to be sure. But there are also risks associated with vaccinations. I grew up in an era where it was just part of childhood to get the measles. We did not view it as anything catastrophic. You simply stayed home from school, stayed in bed and felt crappy for a few days. While there are a few people who have suffered some long term effects from measles exposure, I believe there are many more suffering long term effects from vaccination exposure. Vaccinations often contain neurotoxins that act as preservatives. Vaccinations have been implicated in the rise of autism in children.
The reason we are seeing a rise in the cases of measles is not necessarily because fewer people are vaccinating their children. Though AHS would like to promote its agenda of vaccinating, vaccines can fail because artificially acquired vaccine immunity is limited and microbes can evolve to make vaccines less effective. The current super bugs that have developed as a result of over use of antibiotics are proof of this. The best immunity is acquired by developing the antibodies that go along with actually having the disease. Also taking measures to ensure that one's immune system is functioning at par. Eat some real food, put the games controller away and go play outside.
My concern here is with the sensationalism of this article ... making it sound like there is a deadly plague among us and with its implication that this is the fault of parents who choose not to vaccinate their children. With that kind of propaganda, how long until we no longer have this choice? How long until we are legally forced to fill our children's bodies with the largely untested, unproven various vaccines that Big Pharma canít wait to get paid for? Double-ending it, I call it. Because while they will do little to ensure our health, they do a lot to ensure ongoing societal health issues and I'm sure there's a prescription for every one of those. Or soon will be.
Denise Van Domselaar, St. Albert