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originally posted by: AlexithymiaHowever, if we look at genetics: a stronger immune system cannot fix problems within one's DNA and genes. If someone has a defective allele or a mistranslated codon, they may be carriers for genetic diseases or disorders (or have the disease themselves). By upping their chances of survival with vaccines and anti-microbial everything and intensive health care, you up the chances for these detrimental diseases and disorders to continue to be passed on.
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
Ma reply to: ketsuko
Or you could have a shorter life span due to complications and other goodies you get from vaccine cocktails.
I'd like to preface this by saying I am more playing the devil's advocate here than stating my firm beliefs, for the sake of getting people to think and consider alternative concepts.
I don't understand why vaccinated people would criticize you for not being vaccinated (and I know they often do.) If you die because of it, it's not my problem. It just gets you out of the way and out of the gene pool, which is a very good thing for humanity as a whole. Perhaps someone will nominate you for a Darwin Award.