All right, I have no problem with people who want to get vaccinated and choose to do it and have decided that they believe it's a wise decision. It's
not my way, but the debates on here about vaccines are endless. But one thing I am tired of hearing and that needs to be corrected here and now is the
often cited retort by pro-vaccine people that, "You're putting other people in danger if you don't get vaccinated. It's irresponsible."
To set the record straight, it is well known that people getting certain vaccinations, then shed that very virus they were vaccinated against. So yes,
what can and does happen is that those around the newly vaccinated person may GET that disease FROM the vaccinated person. The virus may be shed by
the vaccinated person from 72 hours to literally weeks after their vaccination. This shedding can occur through feces, urine, mouth/saliva and through
This is NOT a theory. It is a documented fact. The worst case scenario is the example of polio. Polio was eradicated in North America and the last
case having finished by the 80s. BUT since they started vaccinating third world populations with the nasal polio vaccine, they thought it would be a
good idea to introduce that vaccine to children in North America, even though there was no need. The FDA and CDC themselves have admitted that this
essentially reintroduced Polio back into North America, through vaccine shedding - other people getting polio from those who were vaccinated, and I
might add, those who didn't need to be vaccinated for it.
Vaccine shedding is so well known among doctors that when someone has cancer, or organ transplant surgery, they are told to stay away from the
recently vaccinated. Do they tell this to the public at large? Do they tell you this in the ads urging you to get the flu shot? I think you know the
Vaccine virus shedding has happened with vaccines including:measles, rubella, chicken pox, rotavirus and the common flu shot.
So, if you want to get vaccinated, and I don't, please don't tell me I'm being irresponsible. Unless everyone got vaccinated on the same day at the
same time, your getting vaccinated could make someone else ill.
edit on 4-10-2012 by thebtheb because: (no reason given)