posted on Nov, 13 2011 @ 11:46 AM
Originally posted by blackrain17
I know this thread isn't about vaccines but it seems as though everyone is mostly interested in this topic so let me chime in...
There are three types of anti-vaccine advocates:
1. There are people that do not understand the concept of vaccines and think that injecting diluted amounts of the actual virus is evil.
2. There are people that do not understand what causes autism and blames vaccines.
3. There are people that understand the concept of vaccines but they do not know what's actually being injected and do not like Thimerosal
(preservative containing mercury) used in some of vaccines.
Please don't be that guy or that girl that chooses 1 or 2. Thank you
1. People don't necessarily think that injecting diluted amounts of a virus is EVIL, but a lot of them DO think it's pretty stupid. This
"technology" has been around for barely 100 years. It has become the accepted, mainstream way of dealing with the flu. Do you know what gives you
lifetime protection from the flu? GETTING it! Do you know what barely gives you one year, if that? The vaccine. Mother nature can deal with it much
better than scientists and doctors. I do NOT trust vaccines because no one has proven that there aren't side effects. Any side effects that do occur
are written off.
Every vaccine causes a few deaths - this is a fact. So tell me why people shouldn't be concerned? Just because a vaccine didn't kill you doesn't
mean there aren't other things it may do to you in the long or short term.
Peanut allergy explosion in North America: Why not in South America too? What was different about North America? Firstly, North America pushed
vaccines harder, but most importantly, in the early 90's, PEANUT OIL was in many of the childhood vaccines.
D'uuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is all there in public knowledge, but people just don't want to believe it, or want to make the
So forgive me for questioning and not fully trusting vaccines. I mean, hey, if airborne Ebola was ravaging North America, and there was a vaccine -
understandable. EVERY year for the flu? Stupid...