posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 02:58 PM
a reply to: grey580
Being a father that has had all my children vaccinated with US vaccinations I will share I have not observed any negative effects.
I do however feel threats may exist, but am not sure what they may be.
It appears in regions that may be heavy populated like major and small cities vaccination may be a logical health assist.
In these heavy populated areas more people are coming in contact with common areas and or surfaces they may sneeze/cough or touch (think public
restrooms-public transportation-eating and entertainment congregation areas) and transmit immediate or laten illness causing bacteria/virus or even
something else biofluid related.
Due to this constant activity of people sneezing, coughing, spitting and touching things with unclean hands or body parts, to 1 the need for
vaccination is the response require. The vaccines help keep the population in these areas basically genetically updated and prepared for common area
However places where there is not as much unnatural common areas or areas where there is smaller population exposure to oneanother in natural settings
(think natural humans still living in the forest/jungles and small towns/villiages and or less metropolitan areas) these people may not require as
aggressive vaccination updates if any at all. Because they are not coming in contact or exposing themselves to oneanother as much as in the bigger
cities. So the bigger city vaccines may harm them because genetically their body forms are not as prepared from constant exposure.
This may be possibly linked to some health issues postulated and proven to of been caused from vaccines.
Different people may not require as powerful vaccines as others, why others may. Maybe connected to ancestors demographic locations per bloodline?
To conclude it seems again from my personal experience with my offspring the vaccines help or protect.
Yes as a parent it is not a easy decision to make, but you must think logically.