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Never mind the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness and other basic freedoms that uphold parents' rights to make decisions about the health care their children receive.
The recent outbreak of measles in California has gotten a lot of uninformed peoples britches twisted very badly, it seems. They are reacting more like some wild animals that apparently have gotten into locoweed.
According to the article Blaming Anti-vax Parents for Mickey Mouse Measles written by Rebecca Terrell,
“California's measles outbreak has climbed to 91 confirmed cases, prompting a vicious attack from USA Today contributor Alex Berezow against “anti-vaxxers.” He blames them for the epidemic that CDC officials say was introduced at the Disneyland theme park by a person infected with measles overseas. Berezow's knee-jerk reaction is to declare, ‘Parents who do not vaccinate their children should go to jail.'” [Emphasis added]
What would the sky is falling chicken little Alex Berezow have done in the 1940s when millions of childrenand I was one of themgot measles as a rite of passage disease? It was a known and …
In 2013, national vaccination coverage among children aged 19–35 months was 83.1% for ?4 DTaP doses, 92.7% for ?3 poliovirus doses, 91.9% for ?1 MMR dose, 82.0% for the full series of Hib, 90.8% for ?3 HepB doses, 91.2% for ?1 varicella dose, and 82.0% for ?4 PCV doses (Table 1). Coverage remained stable for these vaccinations relative to 2012. Coverage with the combined vaccine series††† of these vaccines was 70.4%, similar to coverage in 2012. Coverage increased from 2012 to 2013 for HepB (birth dose) (from 71.6% to 74.2%), for rotavirus vaccine (from 68.6% to 72.6%), and for ?1 dose of HepA (from 81.5% to 83.1%). No change was observed in the percentage of children who received no vaccinations. [Emphasis added]
According to the online magazine Mother Jones, during 2009 to 2012 some states were re-evaluating their vaccination exemptions per bills introduced into state legislative bodies.
In the map below, only 7 states’ bills went for harder exemptions, whereas 12 states went for easier exemptions. Why is that? Probably because children are being harmed more by vaccines than ever before and the autism rate has skyrocketed to one in 68 children in the USA per the CDC. In the 1970s that rate was one in 10,000! Vaccine mandates came in during the 1980s.
If during 2013 the vaccination rate for children 19 to 35 months old was 91.9% for ?1 MMR dose, that’s almost the ideal vaccination rate of 95% to attain what is called “herd immunity” for those disease classifications in that vaccine: Measles, Mumps, Rubella. And, vaccinated kids should not contract those diseases nor be afraid to come in contact with infectious disease carriers since they are supposed to be immunized against them.
However, vaccinated kids’ parents become paranoid since they think non-vaccinated kids can give their kids disease. So, what’s the use of getting vaccinations for your kids, if you still have to be worried about others? Something doesn’t make sense. What doesn’t make sense is that vaccines apparently compromise kids’ immune systems, or overload them with too many vaccines, and their immune systems can’t function as nature intends. Kids can become toxic from neurotoxins and other toxic chemicals in vaccines, which then cause other complications.
Fudged Vaccine Efficacy
However, here’s a fly-in-the-ointment MMR issue: The MMR vaccine that had been sold in the USA was manufactured by Merck and Company. Two Merck employees blew the whistle on the efficacy rate/rating for the mumps active in the MMR.
Back on July 12, 2012, I published the article “U.S. Government and Whistleblowers Sue Merck About Falsely Certified Mumps Vaccine.” At one time, a ‘faulty’ Merck MMR vaccine apparently was administered to approximately 5,000 children who contracted mumps during the 2009 outbreak. Those children were vaccinated against mumps with the MMR vaccine, but still contracted mumps because, as I said in that 2012 article,
In essence what transpired is the vaccine virus was “passaged” over the years through various growth medium or animal cells that caused the vaccine to lose its potency—let’s say ‘watered down’—and it became non-effective against the “wild” mumps virus. However, Merck had contended its MMRII vaccine was 95 percent effective (efficiency or efficacy rate) since at least the year 2000. The complaint charges Merck listed that false information on the vaccine package inserts which the U.S. CDC, FDA, and the National Vaccine Program relied upon as accurate information to promote to health agencies. That was not scientifically accurate nor was Merck able to produce that 95 percent effectiveness rate according to the accepted practices the CDC and FDA relied upon for vaccines to be certified. However, Merck never ‘fessed up that it was selling bum dope information and defective MMRII vaccines.
In view of the above facts as presented in that lawsuit by whistleblowers, one has to wonder if any type of ‘foul play’ goes on with efficacy rates in other vaccines in order to have their efficacy rating accepted and approved by the CDC/FDA. Quite frankly, we will never know unless whistleblowers come forth.
What’s going on? What kind of cock ‘n bull story is being given about all the deaths from measles, whooping cough, and other infectious diseases when the CDC reports hardly any deaths! Is it any wonder that parents are becoming alarmed that infectious diseases won’t get their kids, but vaccines will? One only has to read the CDC’s VAERS reports where hundreds of thousands of adverse reactions from vaccines are reported.
Today, there are vaccines for these diseases and more, with plans to roll out vaccines for every conceivable disease under the sun or in the known galaxy. Many parents, doctors, and advocates have argued there are now simply too many vaccinations on the schedule for most children to handle, increasing the risk of side effects. Some 30 rounds of vaccines (plus an annual flu shot) are recommended by the CDC in a child's first six years of life.
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