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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Vaccine...pro and cons... parents "must" be informed.


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We've seen the PM of Canada push for more vaccinations, even blasting parents for not doing so, according to him the science is overwhelming...
“Don’t indulge your theories; think of your children and listen to the experts.” His own words and beliefs...
Well Stevy, sorry if we don't take your word for it...or your buddies at the pharmaceutical industries...
Doctors like Dr. Paul in the video make a viable argument, that much aluminium in a newborns body is not exactly a good thing...it does affect brain functions, that is science "fact".
Does it cause autism, yes or no? Unlike Stevy up there, we are not ready to say either way, but if it does have the slightest possibility that it might, then we have to look at it...
And ol'Steve is right, we have to listen to the experts, "his" and others like DR Paul....
After all, we either forfeit our rights to the state to protect our kids, (and they haven't exactly been good at it lately with their talk of wars and taking away freedoms, but that's another story.) or we continue as we always did in the past, take responsibility for our kids ourselves with research and dedication to be inform as to what is good or not for them, after all, we are not monkeys in a cage eating bananas and dependent on the zoo keeper, well most of us anyway...

Case in point...
A local family has 2 boys who are autistic....
Both parents got tested at different time to see if it was hereditary...both came out negative...when the hospital realised these parents where from the same family, they all of a sudden claimed a mistake and said one did have the gene...(convenient isn't it? Protecting the vaccine industry came to mind, but then again, I am not the type of sheeple who believe politician, media and the so called "experts" when they talk as if its gospel)
Now, reality...
Of both these parents, not one as far as we can look in the past of the family, has ever had autism, or the gene, not one....the mother for both pregnancies, hate good food, did not drink alcohol, or take any other substance, not even an aspirin, did not smoke and did nothing that might put these boys development in jeopardy...
So, any "normal" parent would ask how this happened, is it the food, the air, little green men? What?
The conclusion is, it "might" be the vaccines, after all, they where diagnose with autism after they got the injections.
To say it "definitely" was not is to be irresponsible, and to promote it as safe is also irresponsible, since there is a possibility, even if it is remote...

We are not saying you should not get your kids immunized, whether you do or not is up to you, you are the primary caregivers, not the state and the pharmaceutical industry; believing simply because someone you look up to says it, does not maker it safe...
Having doubts about it is a good thing, pushing for further investigations, not by pharmaceuticals who profit from it, but by independent research is a must, because if there is the slightest possibility that vaccines are dangerous to some, or cause autism, and as you know autism is on the increase, then  parents must be notified, so "they" can make the right decisions, not depend on the state for everything under the sun...it is not up to them to tell us what to do, but to offer with all information and possibilities attached to it...

As parents we have to be realistic...and here is one simple question...
Pick up a history book, and ask yourself, 
"Since when does the state ever had the best interest of it's people at heart?"
They are there to "serve", inform, not dictate with partial truths...
Remember, freedoms evolve when the people are involved in it.
So, be informed, research, ask questions....this does not make you a conspiracy theorist, it does on the other hand make you a good parent.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great post,makes one think as a parent,thank you.