reply to post by westcoast
I pretty much agree with what you say, but i still do not see overwhelming negative aspects of the current "required" or "normal" vaccinations
(mmr, dpt, tetanus). Yes, the flu vaccinations, the cervical cancer, *possibly* even chicken pox (but chicken pox SUCK), etc concern me if they also
become "required," but it's a slippery slope to suggest that all vaccinations will become the norm, even if probable.
Just a personal note, i NEVER get flu vaccinations. EVER, because i am against it in principle, and they concern me the relative newness of them, and
every other "new" vaccination they can concoct. I got the "normal" ones because i was required for school (at each level), and the only reason i
didn't want to get those was because i hate needles. The shots themselves do not concern me.
There ARE vaccinations for safety and prevention, and there ARE shots to manipulate the public and keep them in check through fear, but lumping ALL of
them into one or the other category is unwise, erroneous, incorrect and ignorant.
Originally posted by Amaterasu
Originally posted by Liquesence
These vaccinations exist for a reason (prevent spread of disease/infection),
Well, not really. That is what They TELL Us. But it's all about the money/power/energy.
They have concocted evil, dangerous stuff and tout it as "life-saving," when They make loads of money off it, and later, as people show symptoms of
the poisoning, They can sell more "medicine" (that does further damage and requires further "medicine" They sell).
To a degree, yes. I agree that the whole flu vaccinations, and all of the other recent vaccinations, such as the cervical cancer one, mostly play into
the money-making and fear scheme to which corporations and government are tied, but the vaccinations about which i am speaking are the ones necessary
for school--such as MMR, and tetanus. These are usually offered FREE or nearly free, at health centers (at least where i live), and they are in place
to prevent harm, they generally do not have adverse side effects, and they generally do more good than harm, even if they play into the power
structure of the public school systems.
This does NOT, however, speak to the fact that they want to make previously listed vaccinations as required (flu, cervical, cancer, etc) which
generally require a patient to pay an exorbitant amount.
But, they now play into the fear game, using minor *conditions* instead of true threats: i cannot recall the name, but there is this new commercial
that plays the fear game with new parents (and i cannot recall the details). "You could give "X" to your child. We have a vaccine, get
vaccinated." So new parents will more than likely freak out, "OMG, i could infect my baby, let's go get a vaccine!" Fear = Cha-Ching. I agree.
Until all these crazy vaccinations become mandatory, i would not shy away from all vaccinations. Look at polio, smallpox even.
And i have no problem with MMR or tetanus, because they, along with polio, have done far more good than harm.
But when we have to start getting vaccinations to be treated in a hospital or something, or they require is to take every new vaccine that comes on
the market, then i will be concerned.
You can't lump all into the same category.