Dear Mom Who Thinks I Need to Vaccinate My Kids Against Measles

3 Mar

Levi Quackenboss

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Yeah, I’m totally going there. I know this vaccination subject is pretty touchy with the undertones of intolerance, discrimination, and bigotry and all, but after seeing a letter written to a “mom who decided not to vaccinate her kids against measles,” I just couldn’t sit by while parents are thrown under the bus and innocent kids get sick and die.

To be perfectly frank, I was a bit offended that this letter wasn’t written to dads too but for the sake of prioritizing stupid, there are more important things to address…like the fact that kids in this country do not “get sick and die” from measles. Hello? When was the last time a kid died from measles in America? Here’s a clue…it wasn’t yesterday. Disney ain’t deadly and neither are the measles.

So here goes.

Dear Mom who thinks I should vaccinate my…

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4 Responses to “Dear Mom Who Thinks I Need to Vaccinate My Kids Against Measles”

  1. Katie March 7, 2017 at 2:39 pm #

    Hi Adele.
    Here’s some more evidence regarding measles and vaccinations.
    (I’m not expecting you to post this comment either, but you really should ask yourself why you won’t engage in a debate, having posted such a polarising article):
    Please note the point about herd immunity. 95% is required for herd immunity, which is incidentally what you are now relying on to keep your children safe.

    • Adele Allen March 14, 2017 at 9:12 am #

      Here is an extract from my book I am currently writing to address your point on herd immunity….’Vaccine propaganda – distinguishing the myths from the facts:

      Perhaps one of the most widely used arguments amongst the pro-vaccinators is the theory of herd immunity. In 1933, a researcher called Hendrich was studying Measles in the USA during 1900-1931 before the measles vaccine was produced. He observed epidemics of illness only occurred when less than 68% of children had developed a natural immunity to it. He coined the term herd immunity based on the principle that children build their own immunity after suffering from or being exposed to the disease (not after being vaccinated). Later on, Vaccinologists adopted the phrase and increased the figure from 68-95% with no scientific justification. This new theory of herd immunity was then popularised to the public to suggest that 95% vaccine coverage must occur to achieve effective immunity to the disease. In short, Hendrich’s study was manipulated to promote vaccine programmes and provide a scape goat for unsuccessfully immunising every patient who received vaccinations.

      Viral shedding: the elephant in the big PHARMA room:

      When vaccines are administered the virus then sheds via one of the body’s excretory pathways, making it potentially contagious. Even if the virus injected is weak or attenuated this will still occur. Worst still, unlike an unvaccinated carrier of a disease, the vaccinated carrier becomes an “asymptomatic carrier” i.e. One who is capable of spreading the disease without themselves showing the usual signs or symptoms. This makes the vaccinated individuals effectively untraceable in the event of an outbreak or epidemic.

      Vaccine-induced immunity versus natural immunity:

      There is a world of difference between artificial vaccine-induced immunity, and naturally-acquired immunity, attained through contracting and successfully fighting off a disease. The human immune system is vastly more complex and sophisticated than we understand, and is made up of specific and non-specific parts. A vaccine does not closely resemble natural immunity in many ways, including:-

      1- Only engendering a specific response (acquired or antigen specific rather than innate, immediate response known as non-specific and comprising 98% of immune resistance)

      “In the 1980’s Paola’s team at the Pasteur Institute in Paris showed that 98% of the immune response triggered at the early stages of infection is non-specific. [1]
      (Nature Medicine, April 2000)

      2- Taking a completely different point of entry [directly into the bloodstream rather than through physical barriers (skin), chemicals factors (nasal secretions, saliva) and biological features (flora in the GI tract). ]

      3- Not conferring lifelong immunity (booster shots required or immunity fades)’

      • Katie March 15, 2017 at 4:29 pm #

        Hi Adele, thank you for replying. Why have you not addressed my first comment and its links? What can you say to the fact that Mr Wakefield fabricated a study and has been disbarred from practice? I raised far more points than herd immunity!
        I sincerely applaud your writing a book on the subject. I suppose the biggest white elephant in the non-vaccination camp is that of freeriding whilst others vaccinate. I am not a doctor, nor an immunologist – I don’t think that you are either, no? – but I understand that naturally-acquired immunity means that one had to survive the illness. As was the case with measles when no one was vaccinated – many did survive. But others died. Or, they survived but lost their hearing. The same could be said of smallpox: many survived, poc-marked and immune. But millions of people (most of the Native Americans, in fact) did not.
        Are you really arguing that the smallpox and polio eradication (eradications!) by vaccination should not have happened? That it would somehow be better if we were still staving off epidemics rather than living in a smallpox free world?

      • Adele Allen March 15, 2017 at 5:04 pm #

        Hi Katie, My chapter on unvaccinated children will be covering all the usual skepticism and will be sure to let you know when it has been published. I believe Andrew Wakefield was made a scapegoat in a sinister cover up of truthful and valid science. Have you watched any of he documentary films listed on my YouTube channel Offgridparentingtv? The vaccines revealed series provides an in depth wealth of information form a vast array of medical professionals and I would encourage you to sit through it before making your mind up. In the mean time here is a list of 30 solid scientific studies to help proof that vaccines are ‘unavoidably unsafe’…

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