posted on Oct, 6 2004 @ 11:56 PM
Vaccines are not a good idea in the first place, as we are just made to think/believe that they are. It's a supposed quick fix for people who are not
exactly eating/living nutritionally (lazy, ie; a lot of people). The body is more than capable of fighting many foreign entities, if nutritioned and
looked after carefully. It's also very important to breast feed babies, so that it can be prepared to fight illnesses that it's mother already had
experienced. Information is passed on through the secreated milk.
Think of it like never servicing a car, and just when it hits a bump, giving it some miracle glue (with contents unknown) to hold it together. When
all it needed was that extra 3 mins to warm up before driving, and a touch up on all its liquids and parts every now and then. I haven't taken one
since I was 14, and had to approach city hall with payment to excuse myself from the mandatory requirement in my school! So much for freedom... I also
mainly feel against it because one of my half brothers died at a very young age due to these vaccinations. Even if the chances of death are small,
it's still a chance, and that makes it not worth it. How would you feel if you child died due to a technicality? Certainly not very
Do you think health and well being are pushes for vaccinations? Actually, billions of dollars in profit from drug companies are what push them, its a
market. As to what orionthehunter was talking about, having them produced out of the country, is obviously done to reduce cost of manufacturing, like
most of everything else we purchase today.
So yes, we are jeopardizing ourselves.
Ughh, that's the end of my rant on this particular subject.
deaf fences hit
PS: As for all these flu strains and such, we first have to ask why they've become so prominent in the last century alone. Can anyone say scientific
experimentation? Well that's just another conspiracy all on it's own.
[edit on 6-10-2004 by deaf fences hit]
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