reply to post by spikey
I liked your response, good to get the brain juices flowing.
I'm not naive about vaccinations at all, growing up I knew a young girl who became autistic supposedly after receiving vaccinations. We were pretty
close with the family and thankfully I learnt a lot about the dangers of certain vaccines.
I'm not saying big Pharma is a big rosy picture, that being said alot of the stuff they do make does actually work. We can't ignore the fact that
they are about profits as are all businesses, but yeah some things do actually work.
Statistically there are problems, but who's to say a completely unvaccinated community would have lower rates of death or diminished mental
It's fun to get involved on one side, but it is naive to not check all the facts on all sides and weigh it all up. I'm not happy that even one
person would die from a vaccine but unfortunately bad things happen very occasionally, I mean paracetamol is considered quite safe but will kill one
in a million people who's body can't process it.
Perhaps it would be better to have pretests to ensure the child/person were not allergic to the specific disease. Making the process even safer.
Vaccines have helped to drop the rates of certain diseases around the world quite heavily which we would be better without, statistics confirm this
Someone already went into the Dr Wakefield thing above I think. So I wont go into it.
Thing is yes some of these things potentially have caused problems in a relatively small amount of the population, which I agree with you isn't
great. But getting tetanus also sucks big time. I can find you a negative story about absolutely anything you want, but by and large vaccination is
positive. Excepting of course when they manage to contaminate needles with mercury and live virus strains.
Not saying it hasn't had trouble, but statistically speaking they mostly do not cause harm compared to how much they have potentially fixed.
Are some useless vaccines on the market to make money, of course they are, that's business unfortunately and business will always try and get away
I'm all for making sure vaccines are even safer by the way, ensuring poisons are not present in vaccines and ensuring quality control measures are in
place, and also possibly autoclaving vaccinations prior to injection to ensure sterilisation and that the virus inside has not reactivated itself at
the time of vaccination.
I just look at it both ways and even though I've seen a good friend grow up autistic as a 'possible' result of vaccination (Noone could prove
anything) I've been to some 3rd world countries without vaccination programs and I would not wish what I saw there on anybody.
I'd give you an extra star for being an Assange supporter, but unfortunately I can only give you one for having a well informed and interesting